EDUCATING CHILDREN WITH THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD
All Saints Catholic School is a Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) accredited school located in Sierra Vista, Arizona. We have provided quality education for preschool to 8th grade of all denominations since 1999. We are situated on the grounds of Our Lady of the Mountains Church in a safe, peaceful residential neighborhood with magnificent views in all directions.
We aspire to excellence and believe that small class sizes make a big difference. We foster a structured learning environment anchored in Faith, where students are encouraged and challenged to develop their God-given talents.
Our Arizona-certified teaching staff comes from an array of backgrounds and inspires students to be the best version of themselves.
EDUCATING THE WHOLE STUDENT
We are proud of our polite, well-behaved, and socially conscious students. All Saints fosters responsibility and awareness of others by service to school and community. By word and example, All Saints students are involved in many volunteer projects. These have included Christmas Shoe Box collection, collecting goods for the Saint Vincent De Paul Society, and preparing Christmas cards for service members and senior citizens of our community.
EFFECTIVE ACADEMIC CURRICULUM
The All Saints curriculum is designed to promote the growth of the whole person and is set by the Diocese of Tucson following state standards. Helping students to think creatively, reason logically, and act responsibly is the best assurance that they will be successful in the future. Grades 3 to 8 take the flagship interim assessment of the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA), the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP). The MAP is a skills based test that creates a personalized assessment experience by adapting to each student’s learning level—precisely measuring progress and growth for each student. Teachers have essential information about what each student knows and is ready to learn within 24 hours. Students take this assessment three times a year, providing us with hard data to monitor their competency and progress.
“Students, whether Catholic or not, learn that serving others is what makes life worth living. This grounding in faith is at the heart of a school being Catholic.”
— Most Rev. Gerald Kicanas,
Bishop Emeritus of Tucson