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School Leadership

Head of School

Steven Virgadamo
Head of School

Our Head of School Mr. Steven Virgadamo served as an Associate Director for the University of Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education Program and throughout his career has formed hundreds of school leaders on more than 6000 Catholic school campuses throughout the United States.  In 2018, The National Catholic Educational Association presented him with a Lifetime Achievement Award and referred to him as one of the most influential people in Catholic education in the last 25 years. 

Mr. Virgadamo often shares what he refers to as the simple goal of All Saints Catholic School:

Our goal is simple – Help our young scholars get find a pathway to College and the stairway to Heaven. 

Sr. Helen Prejean says: “I watch what I do each day to see what I believe.”   At All Saints Catholic School we deliberately align building rituals, classroom instruction, communication, parental involvement, routines, procedures, artifacts and physical space to correlate with what we believe.

Mr. Virgadamo invites you to watch what we do each day and you’ll quickly see what we believe and why every young scholar should be at All Saints bound for College and Heaven.


Linda Dunn

Linda Dunn has served as Principal of All Saints Catholic School since 2011. She has
spent over four decades as a teacher and administrator in Catholic schools. She brings
her expertise in curriculum design and academics to all aspects of teaching and
learning at ASCS.  

In 2018, Mrs. Dunn opened the All Saints Catholic School Learning Academy for
Special Education, thus allowing those children with special needs the opportunity to
experience a Catholic School. She is committed to offering a strong academic program
that teaches the Gospel values, supports the education of the whole child, provides a
safe environment, and promotes preparing students to be life-long learners and
responsible citizens serving God and others.

“Catholic education is above all a question of communicating Christ, of helping to
form Christ in the lives of others…” (St. John Paul II)