Catholic to the Core

Catholic To The Core Image 1 Adoration

Weekly Adoration: Students demonstrate their reverence to the Blessed Sacrament during weekly Adoration at church.

Catholic To The Core Image 2 Make The Mass

Make the Mass: Students and their families are encouraged to regularly attend Sunday Mass at their respective parishes.

Catholic To The Core Image 3 Rosary

Pray the Rosary: Students are taught how to meditate on the Mysteries of Christ by regularly praying the Rosary together as a school community.

Catholic To The Core Image 4 Weekly Mass

Weekly Mass: Students, teachers and staff attend and participate in the celebration of weekly Mass. Students serve as lectors, choir members, and altar servers.

Catholic To The Core Image 5 Curriculum

Curriculum: Religious, spiritual, moral, and ethical dimensions of learning are considered for all subjects.

Catholic To The Core Image 6 Service

Service: Students learn the value of serving others by participating in food drives, nursing home visits, the Buddy Program, and coat & clothing drives.

In the spirit of Pope Benedict XVI, we believe that we are all called to be saints. That is why we as a school community teach our students to see the world through the eyes of Jesus; to be His light in the world. This philosophy is paired with proven academic excellence as we work, grow, and learn together to be disciples of Christ, each and every day.

Affiliations & Accreditations

All Saints Catholic School is a regional school located in Kenosha and is part of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic School system. All Saints Catholic School is fully accredited by the Wisconsin Religious and Independent Schools Accreditation and the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.

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Overview Affiliations & Accreditations Archdioceseofmilwaukee

Living our faith

Virtues in Practice

Virtues in Practice teaches students about the Virtue of the Month and fosters an understanding of how the Saints modeled virtues in their lives. The student body pauses weekly to study and reflect on the virtue of the month. Learn more about the curriculum here.

Sacramental Life

The students at All Saints Catholic School learn about the seven sacraments and what it means to live a sacramental life as a way to nourish, strengthen, and express their Catholic Faith. Students and staff at All Saints Catholic School participate in the outward signs of the grace Christ gives us through the sacraments of Reconciliation and Holy Communion during the school day.

The Liturgical Year

One of the beautiful things about attending a Catholic school is being immersed in the Liturgical year. During the seasons of Advent and Lent our school is filled with signs and symbols of our faith. Our Advent wreaths are lit and a service project reminds us of our Christian calling to serve others. Lent is a solemn time of preparation and reflection as we seek God’s grace and forgiveness for how sin has entered into our lives. The children lead prayers over the announcements, attend confession and Adoration, and pray the Rosary. Classroom activities center on nurturing a deeper relationship with God.

Sustaining the Mission

Sustaining the Mission is a religious education certification program for Catholic School educators endorsed by the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.

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