All Saints Catholic School in Norwalk celebrated its annual eighth-grade graduation on Monday June 3, with 39 students receiving their diplomas before an audience of families, friends, and school staff. The Graduation Mass was celebrated by Fr. Sudhir DSouza, Pastor, at St. Philip Church in Norwalk.
“It was a night of excitement, tradition, and sentiment. Whether our students have been with us since kindergarten, or joined us in middle school, they are and always will be part of our ASCS family,” said Mrs. Linda Dunn, principal.
Students from All Saints choose a wide variety of high school experiences. The students will be continuing their education at the following high schools: Lauralton Hall, Fairfield Prep, Notre Dame Catholic High School, St Joseph High School, Trinity Catholic High School, The Center for Global Studies, Brien McMahon High School, Norwalk High School, Wilton High School, and Darien High School.
“Our students are well-prepared, academically and spiritually, for any high school they choose,” explains Mrs. Dunn. “We feel that the strong foundation of a Catholic education, which includes high academic standards, and a safe, caring environment, sends them on to high school ready to excel in many areas and face any challenge.”
All Saints Catholic School is a fully accredited pre-K-8 school with students from across Fairfield County. www.allsaintsnorwalk.com