The philosophy of All Saints Catholic School flows from the school’s position in the Roman Catholic Church. The School perceives its serious obligation to provide a Christian and intellectually stimulating environment in which the students are guided to develop their highest potential.
We believe that each member of our school community is a unique person whose abilities and gifts, given by God, are to be recognized and developed.
We strive to create a curriculum which provides for the growth of wholeness in each child, and the guidance to assist in their development as total persons: spiritually, morally, intellectually, physically, and socially.
We have an incarnate view of the world and hence there are no secular subjects
We believe parents are the primary educator of their child(ren). We collaborate and partner with each parent in not just education, but the formation of each child.
We believe that children learn differently and that every child can learn. Some young scholars learn by seeing, others by hearing and still others need to do something to grasp new information. All Saints master teachers work with parents and young scholars to incorporate the appropriate learning style for each student.
We believe in a TRINITARIAN relationship and that scholars learn best when each young scholar, teacher and parent are actively engaged in the teaching-learning process.
We believe that the deeper we drink of the beauty, goodness and joy of the Gospel message the more capable we are of creating communities and even nations that respect human dignity and our hearts to life-giving transcendent truths.