Benefits of a Catholic Education

“The legacy of a Catholic education is more than the knowledge imparted to our students; it is the development of a deep and abiding sense of faith, the realization of the value of moral character and the inspiration of a life-long journey of learning.” 
--Daniel Cardinal DiNardo

As a parent or guardian, you have many options in selecting an educational opportunity for your children. It is indeed one of the most important choices you will make for their future. In choosing a Catholic school, you are providing your student with the spiritual and developmental tools they will need to build a bright academic future. Our students are leaders, developing in safe and nurturing environments conducive to academic excellence where they prepare for higher education and the global marketplace beyond.

Catholic Schools welcome students of all backgrounds and faiths to experience the comprehensive education of mind, heart and spirit. Consider your student’s academic career a success story waiting to be written.

When choosing a school, it is important to:

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  • discuss what school characteristics are important to your family;

  • visit the websites of each school you are considering; and contact the school to schedule a visit.

Families choose a Catholic School because Catholic Schools:

  • assist in the faith formation of children;

  • believe that all children can succeed;

  • set high expectations with a challenging curriculum;

  • hold a proven record of academic excellence;

  • promote self-discipline with moral values;

  • have caring, effective and faith-filled teachers;

  • teach respect of self and others;

  • instill the value of service to the community;

  • prepare students to be productive citizens; and

  • provide a safe environment.

All Souls Catholic School is guided by the Trinity to empower our school community to live, love, and learn through Christ. We are committed to excellence in education while preparing our students for a life of service, leadership, and compassion.