All Saints Catholic School
In 1955 the school opened as St. Frances Cabrini, and was renamed in 1989 to All Saints Catholic School.
All Saints educates low‐income students Pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. All Saints School has the distinction of serving a large and growing Sudanese and English Second Language Learner (ESL) population, which accounts for 42% of the student body.
To create a safe learning environment for our culturally diverse students. We strive to meet Archdiocesan and Nebraska State Standards as determined by ongoing assessments. We commit to recognizing and nurturing individual academic abilities while supporting the intellectual, social, emotional, and spiritual growth of each student. Our goal is to guide our students toward fulfilling their God‐given potential.
All Saints Student Demographics
- Opened in 1955 as St. Frances Cabrini at 10th and William Street
- 88% of students qualify for Federal Free or Reduced Lunch
All Saints’ curriculum incorporates a strong reading and math emphasis, which is grounded by religious values. Preschool through 8th grade students are individually challenged based on their academic development and learning cycle.
- Technology classes are taught at all grade levels in the state of the art computer lab with Internet access. Computers are also utilized in every classroom.
- The Guided Reading Program helps students develop reading strategies to advance within their current reading level.
- Individualized math curriculum taught daily in all grades.
- Full day preschool education for 3, 4, and 5-year old students.
- Special teachers for music, computer and physical education.
- Blended Learning Environment
- Spanish classes are also offered to students
The academic needs of All Saints’ students are met through a small classroom and personalized teaching environment-while maintaining high academic standards.
Enrollment: 164 students
Average Class Size: 14 students
Full-Time Literacy Specialist
Student and Family Support Services Director
Strengthened by Catholic Education
All Saints students receive their Catholic Education in the classroom and church. At least four priests – from the supporting parishes – are in the classrooms regularly to facilitate religious instruction.
- Students attend Mass two times per week.
- Students participate in Mass as choir members, altar services, readers, and gift bearers.
- The Sacrament of Reconciliation is received at regular intervals throughout the year.
Students are prepared for the sacraments, the 7th and 8th grade students prepare for the Sacrament of Confirmation while 2nd grade prepares for Reconciliation and First Communion.
Before + After School Care
The Completely Kids program began a partnership with All Saints at the start of the 2016-2017 school year. This program is currently held across the street from the school at the Cabrini Parish Center after school and is available to all students who attend All Saints.
Led by Diran Missak aka “Mr. D” and his team, Completely Kids work with students after school on their homework, make crafts, and attend events.
In addition to a rich academic life, many All Saints students participate in sports through the Catholic Youth Organization. Boys and girls alike take part in basketball, while girls are also able to play volleyball.
In athletics, as it is in the classroom, student-athletes learn much more than just the basics. It is true that All Saints Student-Athletes learn how to shoot baskets, but through sports they also learn valuable life lessons like fair play, winning and losing with grace and dignity, and perhaps most importantly, how to be part of a team.
All Saints Athletics are exciting for both students and spectators. Join us at our next game!
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