All Saints Catholic School is different than other local Catholic schools because:

  • Smaller Classrooms:  The school's goal is to remain no larger than 400 students.  That means that classrooms will typically not have more than 24 students.
  • Strong Community:  With a smaller school comes a stronger community.  Parents, staff and parishioners all work towards improving student outcomes through a supportive, empowering and loving school community.
  • Personalized instruction:  With a 17:1 student teacher ratio, the classroom teachers, specials teachers, and administrators are able to develop insightful and caring relationships with each ASCS student.
  • Music Program:  All Saints Catholic School has developed a unique music program to develop the cultural, academic, social, and emotional potential of the students.  In preschool through grade 4, Suzuki Method violin training is offered to all students in addition to semiweekly traditional music instruction.  Students in grades 5-8 can continue to cultivate their musical gifts by joining one of the school’s award-winning orchestras or bands.  ASCS is the only elementary school in the Diocese of Dallas to offer orchestra and band instruction during the school day.

I love teaching at All Saints Catholic School because...

"It feels like a small town. The parents, students, and teachers are wonderful to be around."

"I love being a part of a talented faculty and staff knowing we are collaborating to provide a quality education in an atmosphere of love."

"We have caring parents, students and staff who are ready to go the extra mile for each other."

"Having our school is a realization of a dream many of the parishioners had years ago.  Along with a multitude of others, I worked for a long time in developing the school.  I am so happy to see it thriving and serving a diverse student population. I enjoy working with and helping all the families, teachers and staff at ASCS."