The Office of Catholic Schools for the Richmond Diocese recognized school winners for an Excellence in Catholic Education Award at a reception on May 10. Mrs. Hoang was selected by her fellow teachers and her administrators as the All Saints’ recipient. Cathy Hoang has served God at All Saints for over twenty years as a […]
One hundred seventy guests gathered the morning of April 13th to hear from All Saints’ students past and present and to be serenaded by all students singing “Bright Happy Day” and “Every Praise.” Guests responded very generously donating and/or pledging over $225,000 toward Full Mission support and tuition assistance, including a generous lead gift of […]
All Saints’ has marched in the Irish Festival parade for more than a dozen years. It is a fun, long-standing annual tradition. This year was no exception. All Saints families dawned their school colors and a new school banner and sang the school’s fight song for this year’s parade held on March 24th. See all […]
Our annual black history month program was a joyous celebration held on Friday, February 23rd. This year’s celebration included a special tribute to Sister Cora Marie Billings. Every grade participated with song, recitation, spoken word, dance, musical performance or other expression of celebration. We were blessed to have a special performance by Seed of Abraham, […]
Did you know? All Saints is running a #GiveLove campaign this year headed by Mrs. Cash and the Speak Up Club. Below are some of the things the group has accomplished this year. There will be more to come in the second semester! We hope you will partner with the school and encourage your child […]
January 28-February 2 is Catholic Schools Week: Learn, Serve, Lead Succeed. All Saints has many wonderful activities planned–including the parent spaghetti luncheon, Friday Fish Fry, basketball, 100 day celebration, service to the community and one another and MORE! Check out the schedule HERE. Also, photos will be added throughout the week. Check them out HERE.
Sister Cora Marie Billings has served on the All Saints Board of Advisors for over 20 years. Recently, she was highlighted in the Making-a-Difference series in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. We are grateful for the difference she has made, and continues to make, at All Saints! Check out the article HERE.
Mrs. Dickens led the students of pre-K through Grade 2 in a spectacular Christmas program, “Christmas on Candy Cane Lane” on Thursday, December 14th. The students sang, danced and recited lines for this play about appreciating differences in people while celebrating the season. Check out photos HERE.
Congratulations to the Flaming Marshmallows who were awarded the Judges Award for their project and team enthusiasm at the State LEGO Robotics competition at JMU! Many thanks to the students, parents, teachers and coaches for putting in so many hours of hard work. Since All Saints started the LEGO Robotics program six years ago, one […]
Breakfast with Santa is rescheduled for next Saturday, December 16. If you can now attend, we will accept additional reservations through Tuesday, December 12, 2017. Please call or drop by the office. Please have a safe and warm weekend! We will have vendors, Secret Santa Shop, Arts and Crafts, Hot Chocolate Bar, and Polar Express! This […]
Saturday, December 2nd, DJ King Tutt with KISS 99.3/105.7 broadcast live from All Saints for the All Saints Toy Drive for Radio One Toy Giveaway event. Toys will be collected through December 7th. Students who participate will receive a TAG day on December 11. Thank you!
The Flaming Marshmallows team was awarded First Place Division II Regional Championship and First Place in Robot! They are headed to JMU for the VA/DC State Championship in early December. The Amazing Knights team won First Place Project and are the state alternate for their division. Both teams did a fantastic job and cheered on […]
The PTO put on a spooky fun Trunk-or-Treat on Halloween. Thank you to all the volunteers who decorated trunks and handed out candy, sold concessions, supervised games, cleaned up, etc. Thanks also to all the families who donated candy for the event. Click HERE to see photos from the evening.
All Saints had a fabulous turn-out at the October 15th Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. Check out photos HERE. A very big thank you to all who walked and have donated. Donations will continue to be collected at the school through October 31. Add a pink ribbon to the wall by making a donation to […]
Thank you All Saints families for raising nearly $800 to assist other Catholic school students in Texas and Florida rebuild their damaged schools after Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. October’s community service includes support of Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. Check out the details HERE.
Thank you for supporting school spirit and the PTO by participating in the Great American fundraiser and Spirit Gear. Great American on-line orders click HERE; school ID#1400522 – orders due by Sept. 22. Spirit Gear on-line orders click HERE – orders due by Sept. 30 Thank you!
Check out the Good News Report HERE. Please join us Tuesday, September 12: 6 – 6:25pm: open house in the auditorium to meet resource teachers (music, art, library, PE, Spanish, technology) and after-school teachers 6:30 pm: Short program in the auditorium (with a surprise!) followed by time to glimpse student accomplishments in their rooms. Middle school […]
All Saints was one of four schools recently spotlighted in a Richmond Magazine article about parent volunteers. Check it out HERE. All Saints could not operate without its parent volunteers. If you a new parent, be sure to sign up for the “Protecting Our Children” workshop at www.virtusonline.org scheduled for September 18, 6 p.m. at the school.
Highlights of the week included the parent / grandparent luncheon, 100th Day of School activities, Rev. Coleman’s challenge to be “world-changers” and the student vs. faculty basketball game (faculty won, but just barely!).
All Saints’ parent Susan Williams and staff member and parent Alyssa McBride were interviewed by Miss Community Clovia on KISS 99.3/105.7 on March 25, 2017. SEG 1 MARCH 25 2017 KISS ONLY.mp3 SEG 2 MARCH 25 2017 KISS ONLY.mp3 SEG 3 MARCH 25 2017 KISS ONLY.mp3
In November 2016, ASCS Flaming Marshmallows LEGO Robotics team won Best Robotic Project for Division II and the Amazing Knights were 2nd place Champions of Division I and were selected to move onto the State Competition in December 2016 at James Madison University where they won the Inspiration Award.
Dr. Ronald Crutcher, the President of the University of Richmond, speaks to the All Saints student body about mentoring. He also brought cookies for the entire student body and donated peanut butter to the LEGO Robotics teams’ collection for FEEDMORE. Thank you Dr. Crutcher! We enjoyed hearing your story.
For the second year, All Saints hosted a Hispanic Heritage Family Night for all families to celebrate the heritage and culture of Hispanic and Latino Americans in the United States. This year’s celebration included a wax museum, cuisine sampling, crafts, and Hispanic songs and dances. The entertainment included children and parents, and every grade had […]
All Saints Catholic School and the Notre Dame Club of Richmond present the 2016 Hesburgh Lecture by noted Notre Dame Professor Dr. Brian S. Collier: Save Our Schools, Save Our Country, and Save Your Family on October 27, 2016 6:30 PM, in the auditorium of All Saints Catholic School, 3418 Noble Avenue Richmond, 23222. Open to the […]
Pictured (left to right): Mr. Adam Burgess; Physical Education and part-time School Counselor Mr. Chris White; Technology; middle school After-School Program Mr. Sean Tenaglia; Middle School English and Literature Grades 6, 7 and 8 Miss Taylor Kelly; Middle School Science Grades 5 – 8. Not pictured: Mrs. Magdiel Sampson; Kindergarten Assistant Learn about our new faculty […]
During the week of August 15th, four All Saints students, James Seldon, Taiheem Churchwell, Jocelyn Matthews, and Nasja Powers attended the 2016 Agricultural Commodities Tour sponsored by the Richmond Growing 4-H Science Team. The students explored a llama farm, Rte 11 chips, a produce auction, a creamery and farmers’ market. They also learned about agricultural research and women […]