All Saints Academy Lower Campus
Dear Partners in Education,Thank you for expressing interest in All Saints Academy, one of the most unique Catholic schools in the Diocese of Grand Rapids.
We are one school, located on two campuses less than two miles apart.
Our early childhood programs through 2nd grade are located at our lower campus on the grounds of Blessed Sacrament Parish.
Our upper campus, grades 3 through 8, is located on the parish grounds of St. Jude. Because of this distinct setup, we are able to create a culture at our specific buildings that meets children where they are developmentally.Along with Blessed Sacrament and St. Jude, St. Isidore and St. Alphonus parishes partner with All Saints Academy to provide spiritual, financial, and social support.
During our weekly Masses you may see one of our eight priests celebrating with our students! Our shared purpose at All Saints Academy is to "Form Saints to Serve All!" Each and every day our faculty and staff challenge our students not only on the path to academic achievement but also guide them on their path to heaven.
I look forward to sharing more about the programming and environment at All Saints Academy.
Thank you for considering Catholic education for your child.
- Grades: Prekindergarten-2
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
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Profile last updated: 03/17/2021
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