All Saints Catholic School is an early childhood through 8th grade, multi-campus, award-winning, regional Catholic School in southeastern Wisconsin with more than 450 students enrolled for the 2019-20 school year. We draw families from as far north as Racine County, as far south as northern Illinois, and as far West as Union Grove. We are supported by 10 parishes from Kenosha and Pleasant Prairie.
St. Anne Catholic Church
St. Anthony Parish
St. Elizabeth Catholic Parish
St. James Parish
St. Mary Catholic Church
St. Mark the Evangelist Church
St. Peter Parish
Our Lady of the Holy Rosary
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church
St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church
The start of our combined parish school began in July of 2011, when the Kenosha Collaborative for Catholic Education developed a model to sustain Catholic education for the 10 parishes in Kenosha and nearby area. In remembrance of the parishes and their patron saints that came together in this significant collaboration, Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki chose the name “All Saints Catholic School.” This name also implies a desire for everyone associated with the school – whether children, teachers or administration – to answer God’s call to sainthood.