July 1st, 2011, All Saints Catholic School opened as a regional Catholic School. Today our school serves close to 400 students in K3-8th grade, offering a rigorous academic program, intentional faith formation, as well as a host of clubs and extracurricular activities.
The name All Saints Catholic School was selected by Archbishop Listecki as it signifies best, the coming together of ten parishes and their patron saints to form one school community. Our weekly Masses are presided by the pastors on a rotating basis. 80% of our students belong to one of the 10 parishes and the remaining 20% are either affiliated with other local churches or do not identify with a religious community.
In 2015, ASCS added a Saints In Training Early Childhood Center serving 3-year-olds in a Catholic environment that is both nurturing and educationally stimulating.
Our school is housed within the larger Archdiocese of Milwaukee and is accredited by the Wisconsin Religious and Independent Schools’ Accreditation. Currently, we lease the building located on the Our Lady of the Holy Rosary parish grounds. The education one receives at ASCS is Catholic to the core!