Award Year: 2022

All Saints Catholic School

7777 Osage Plaza Parkway
Dallas, TX, 75252-6825

(214) 217-3300

Mrs. Shana Druffner, Principal at time of Nomination

Diocese of Dallas

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Mission

All Saints Catholic School exists to instill the values of faith, family, and education in a challenging academic environment with the Catholic Church as the foundation and Christ as our model.

Student Demographics
  • Black/African American: 3%
  • White: 71%
  • Hispanic: 12%
  • Asian: 7%
  • Two or more races: 7%
Application
All Saints Day Kindergarten Saint Parade

All Saints Day Kindergarten Saint Parade

All Saints Catholic School (ASCS) is a PreK3-8th grade elementary school located in Dallas, Texas. As a three-time recipient of the National Blue Ribbon award, ASCS is proud to be an authentically Catholic and academically rigorous school. Our educational excellence is rooted in the Gospel values of love and service to the world. All curriculum and instruction foster a discipline that allows students to become self-directed, innovative learners, striving for excellence in our four pillars of faith, academics, service, and character.

The school's low student-teacher ratio of 10:1 provides a strategic benefit, allowing ASCS to understand and flexibly respond to the individual needs of each student. In the past eight years, ASCS has produced nine high school valedictorians or salutatorians. In Upper School, honors classes are offered in mathematics and ELAR.

In addition to its outstanding academic program, ASCS offers both Mandarin and Spanish and bi-weekly classes in coding and robotics in the Innovation Lab. Students in Upper School have the opportunity to learn an orchestral or band instrument or to participate in theater, speech, robotics, fencing, and a plethora of team sports.

Leadership is consistently encouraged in our students. Students have the opportunity to be student ambassadors, cantors, lectors, and altar servers and to join the Student Council and National Junior Beta Club. The character and personal integrity of each student is fostered through the study and practice of Catholic virtue as well as through service projects, class retreats, and outreach activities.