Located in the heart of Little Italy, just south of downtown Omaha, All Saints students embrace diversity and an environment in which each student’s heritage is celebrated and accepted
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St. Margaret Mary School is blessed with so many parents able and willing to help ensure the success of the school. Let’s share our blessings with our sister school!
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Here’s a quote from one who did:
“All Saints for me was really the experience that taught me what it meant to be privileged. Interacting with the kids who had completely disparate experiences from my own confronted me with the reality of my privilege. It was by interacting, connecting and forming relationships with these kids that made me fall in love with them and made me realize the power of relationships. All Saints made me realize that service was about relationships and by connecting with people we can begin to empathize with them, respect them, and see their inherent dignity as human beings. All Saints not only showed me that I was privileged but opened me up to the much greater question: How can I use my privilege to help and connect with others?”
– Josh Pazderka, while a Creighton Prep student in 2008.
The mission of All Saints Catholic School is 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 students receive their Catholic education in the classroom and church. Priests visit the classroom each week to facilitate religious instruction as 95% of our student body is Catholic.
All Saints’ curriculum incorporates a strong reading and math emphasis, which is grounded by religious values. Preschool through eighth grade students are individually challenged based on their academic development and learning style.
The academic needs of All Saints students are met through a small classroom and personalized teaching environment – while maintaining high academic standards.