Carmen Rosado-Serano, Principal

I was born in Puerto Rico in 1950. I graduated from the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez in 1972 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. After teaching math for one year I joined the Army and spent the next 20 years working in different countries and different states. After retiring from the military, I worked for the courts at the Juvenile Detention Center as a teacher’s aide and teacher. In 1999, I joined the Sierra Vista Unified School District. At SVPS I worked as teacher, Teacher on Special Assignment, Assistant Principal and Exceptional Student Services Director. I retired on June 30th and started working for All Saints Catholic School on July 1. My hobbies are reading, crocheting, and crafts. I am excited to be the new principal at All Saints and with everyone’s assistance we are going to have a great school year.

Father Michael Bucciarelli, Pastor

I was born in Berlin, NH in 1949. Shortly after my birth, my father returned to military service due to the Korean conflict. We moved west finding ourselves in California in 1952. Due to my father’s transfer to Korea and an earthquake in California, my mother decided to take the family to Arizona for the duration of my father’s stay overseas. My parents eventually fell in love with Arizona and so I ended up spending most of my youth in the state. I am one of the few clergy alumni of Regina Cleri Seminary, now Regina Cleri Center. After high school, I entered St. John’s Seminary College in Camarillo, CA for eight years of training. I was ordained at Ft. Huachuca in June of 1975. I am excited to be working with All Saints School. After 39 years of priesthood, this will be my first experience working with a school and I hope and pray for your support, help and prayers as I begin my ministry at Our Lady of the Mountains and All Saints School.

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"I have been very pleased with the education that my child has received! we have been there since 2009-2010 school year. My child has done nothing but improve each year. I tested my child on my own this year to see what grade level she is able to work at and to my surprise she actually tested out a entire year ahead of her current grade level. There are alway glitches when a new principal or teacher comes in at any school. ASCS is a accredited school that provides a great education to all students and it is a bonus that they have religion too. this saves parents a lot of time taking their kids to CCD to prepare for sacraments. Yes, there are uniforms, but at least you know what your child is going to be wearing to school each day. Yes, there is tuition, but there is assistance available to everyone! if you are wanting a quality education that your child is not just getting lost in the shuffle, then this is the school for you!"