Why All Saints School?
A Catholic education challenges students with high standards for academic achievement, morality and personal growth. Students in Catholic schools are renowned for their academic excellence, and routinely score within the top 1/3 on national standardized tests. At All Saints School we recognize that parents and family are primary educators and join with us to form a living community of shared values.
- Students grow in their faith through classes and activities in Scripture, Sacraments, Church, and morality.
- At All Saints School we nurture the value of self discipline and commitment.
- Faculty and Staff are role models; sharing their faith, talents, and time.
- Though not all students who attend Catholic Schools are Catholic, all share experiences of faith and values.
- Catholic Schools recognize that parents and family are primary educators and joins with them to form a living community of shared visions.
- Catholic Schools prepare students to accept the challenges of being a Christian in tomorrow’s world.
Values promoting understanding, compassion, and service to those in need, are an important part of the Catholic school experience. As a faith community, we encourage students to accept others rather than exclude them, and to understand the difference between right and wrong. Students commit themselves to the service of God through service to others.
What's Going On?
2014-2015 School UpdateLetter from Mr. Maguire regarding the upcoming school year.
Support our school by parking in the All Saints Catholic School’s fair parking lot during the fair. Spread the word to your family, friends and neighbors to park in our lot. All proceeds from parking go directly to the school’s operating to help keep tuition costs down. For your convenience, you can pay your parking fee with a major credit card. Look for our friendly volunteers in red aprons to direct you to our lots. Thank you in advance for supporting our school while you Do the Puyallup! Want to volunteer for fair parking?
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CYO Cross Country Registration Opens August 16
CYO Cross Country registration is open from August 16-September 12. CYO sports are open to parish and school families. Running distances for CYO Cross Country vary by age group from 400 meters to 1 1/2 mile.
Practice for K-2nd grade will be at the Fife Campus and practice for 3rd-8th grade at the Puyallup Campus. Days and times to be determined. The Cross Country Team will participate in meets on September 13, 21, 28 and October 5th.
Registration is $20 but does NOT include the required team shirt. The dark green CYO cross country shirt worn last year may be worn again, or you may purchase a new one at time of registration.
Go to the parish website at www.allsaintsparish.com and go to the CYO page under the Parish Life tab at the top of the page to register. Financial Aid and Scholarships may be available by contacting Matt Raterman at 253-845-7521.
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