Applications are being accepted for 2018-19, starting Monday, November 20th. Applications will be accepted first-come, first-serve starting at 8 am.
Admissions Policy Statement
All Saints Catholic School strives to create an effective learning environment that is diverse, family-like, academically challenging, of high moral value and accessible. The admissions process seeks to identify families interested in partnering to develop the “whole child” by emphasizing safe, responsible, respectful and Christ-like behavior. All Saints seeks to build students’ individual strengths to help them excel and reach their highest potential, and therefore, produce a school of high academic excellence. All Saints strives to meet individual students’ needs and provide measures of equity, such as financial assistance and bi-lingual Spanish services. All Saints provides limited special needs services. All Saints does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national and ethnic origin or social economic standing in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. The admissions process considers academic and intellectual abilities and interest, extracurricular interest, character and maturity, fit with school and level of support from family. Determination includes consideration of the whole student and is made by school leadership based on the completion of the enrollment process. The final decision on admission rests with the principal.
Steps to Enrollment
Visit the school
The best possible way to see what life is like here at All Saints is to visit our campus. Call the school at 804 329-7524 or complete the online form in the right-hand column on this page to schedule a school tour. We encourage you to anticipate an hour for your appointment at which time President Soistman will give you a guided tour of the campus and introduce you to the principal and to our exceptional faculty. Mr. Soistman, who has been with the school for 21 years, will answer your questions and provide information specific to your child’s needs.
Please bring the following documents to your tour:
- Student’s current report card, and IEP, if applicable
- Completed intake form (Prospective Parent Form 2017)
Submit a completed application (per student) and $150 fee (per family) with the following documents:
- Copy of birth certificate
- Copy of social security card
- School physical examination
- Proof of immunizations
Schedule to attend one of the following shadow days/assessment days:
Tuesdays, February 20, March 20, April 17 and May 22
- Please see the Shadow Day Information Form for more information.
- Transcripts and School Recommendation Letters (grades 1-8) should be completed and returned.
- For those seeking financial assistance, applications to FACTS should be made by March 1. For more information see Tuition/Financial Assistance page.
Interview with the Principal and Assistant Principal, pending receipt of all paperwork and finished assessment.
Acceptance will be made on a rolling basis as space is available.
For current families, including siblings new to the school, re-enrollment will take place January 3-31. Families need to complete the re-enrollment form with contract (RE-ENROLLMENT FORM & Contract 2018-19 Bilingual) and submit $100 fee per family.
Please call the office for availability.
Families considering a mid-year transfer must submit an application and a copy of your child(ren)’s most recent report card and IEP, if applicable, by December 4, 2017. Mid-year transfers will begin when classes resume after Christmas break on January 3, 2018.
Segura Program Enrollment
All Saints participates in the Richmond Catholic Diocesan Segura Program to provide tuition assistance to Catholic Hispanic families desiring to provide their children with a Catholic education. For more information, please contact the All Saints Segura Advocate, Professora Yenni Leon, email@example.com.