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About Us


School Philosophy

All Saints Catholic School seeks to develop God-given talents in students. The school offers an atmosphere that is respectful and stimulating. Educational lessons, religious experiences, service to community, athletic endeavors, and social interactions are hallmarks of the school. We wish to form happy, well-educated individuals. In learning by example the sacrifices parents and teachers make for them, students come to realize their potential, intellectually and spiritually. Our goals are to integrate a student’s academic experiences with the teaching of Christian values so graduates will enjoy faith-filled, meaningful lives.

The spiritual, intellectual, personal, social and physical development of the whole person is the focus of Catholic education. Staff members, as partners with parents, play significant roles in the educational process as they daily witness the meaning of mature faith and academic pursuits. The goals of Catholic education include teaching doctrine, building community and serving others. In such an environment, it is possible to create a vision and promote interaction where teachers and students experience together what it means to live a hopeful Christian life in our dynamic and developing society.

Mission Statement

All Saints Catholic School exists to teach children to know, love and serve God through academic pursuits and service to others.

School Identity

Motto: "Christ's light shines through children."

Mascot: The Eagle

Flower: The Sunflower

Colors: Navy, Red, Ivory and Gold

Patron Saints: St. Joseph, St. Mark the Evangelist, St. Andrew and St. Thomas More

School History

All Saints Catholic School was established in 1996 by Archbishop Eusebius J. Beltran as an Archdiocesan school. The school is supported by the four Catholic parish communities of St. Joseph, St. Mark the Evangelist, St. Andrew, and St. Thomas More. The current facility opened for the 1998-1999 school year. In 2007, All Saints became the first school in the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City to receive the National No Child Left Behind - Blue Ribbon Schools Award from the U.S. Department of Education.

Accredidations and Affiliations

All Saints Catholic School is accredited by the Oklahoma Conference for Catholic Schools Accrediting Association and through reciprocal agreement by the Oklahoma State Department of Education. All Pre-K through Grade 8 teachers are fully certified.

Dress Code

The Catholic community of All Saints Catholic School is committed to the spiritual, educational, and developmental needs of children in an atmosphere of prayer, patience and understanding. A school dress code compliments the teaching of order and discipline, promotes learning in a less distracting environment, and encourages an atmosphere of "team." Students must, without exception, be in regulation uniform each day. If, for some reason, a student cannot be in uniform, he/she must bring a note from the parent to the office for approval. The school employee reserves the right to judge whether a student is in compliance with the dress code. In the event a parent feels that an exception is warranted for any reason, they are asked to speak with a school administrator.

The school uniform is available from Parker School Uniforms in Oklahoma City or through the Parker online store (School ID Code: OK724075). The ASCS PTO sponsors a uniform exchange during the summer months.

School Profile

For the 2014-2015 school year, our school population ethnicity was:

CatholicNon-CatholicTotal
Native American

24
Asian

29
Black

3
Hispanic

39
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Island

2
White

279
Multi-Racial

8
Total

384