Sister Jeannette Daily, SSJ - Principal
The community of All Saints Regional Catholic School, based on Christís covenant with the world, inspires students to realize their full potential as followers of Jesus. Our purpose is to educate children, each of whom is endowed by our Creator with their own unique gifts and talents, by encouraging them to become spirit-filled, lifelong learners who bring life to the gospel through service to others.
Our mission is to empower our students to meet the demands and challenges of a rapidly changing and morally complex world. Extra curricular activities and Christian service programs compliment the academic and spiritual life of the school community. Emphasis is placed on each studentís ability to develop into an intellectually mature and responsible young person of faith, vision and purpose who continues to grow as an adult in relationship with our world, our Church, and our God.
Summer Reading Lists
Please click on the word "more" to access summer reading lists for students entering grades 1 through 8 for the 2014/2015 school year.
ASRC Summer Camps
ASRC is pleased to announce the Summer Camps that are being offered to students who are enrolled for the 2014/2015 school year. Grade levels listed with each camp reflect the grade your child will be entering in September of 2014. Click on the word "more" to access information and registration forms.
Welcome Letter from Student Council Presidents
Hello everyone, and Welcome to All Saints! All Saints is our home away from home. I am Julia Kelly and this is Gabby Etzel. Both of us are this year's Student Council Co-Presidents. We would like to take a moment to tell you about All Saints, what it means to us, and why you should seriously consider sending your children here to All Saints.
We would like to start by saying thank you, to you the parents, for considering a Catholic education for your child. All Saints enhances each childís academic ability, as well as assisting in the development of a childís faith and relationship with God. The teachers and staff provide each student with morals, a direction to help choose good and values. We are also taught to treat those around us with respect.
One of the many special things about our ASRCS community is the friendly welcoming environment that surrounds each student. I know that when I am having a bad day, the sincere smiles and genuine caring from the students and teachers help me to get through the day and even turn my day around. We, the All Saints Family, extend a helping hand to one another and also to our community. The Student Council alone helps many people and organizations that are in need. The teachers and staff teach us that we need to look and step outside of ourselves and help those that are in need. This is a life long lesson that I believe is truly unique to a Catholic Education.
Another great factor about our school, is that academically, All Saints excels. One of my fellow Eighth graderís, Morgan McLeod, explains that "He likes All Saints because the teachers treat everyone as if they are in honorsí classes.Ē We compete in national spelling bees, geography bees, and we even have academic enhancement teams. These teams, known as E-cybermission teams, Lexus, and Christopher Columbus are designed for students to use problem solving skills, technology, math and science in solving real life problems in our community.
As well as, the welcoming environment, academic excellence, and being able to call upon God at any moment, All Saints also provides students with opportunities to be creative and inquisitive.
All Saints has a top notch fine and performing arts program. Every year the students put on two performances; the Christmas show and the Spring Musical. This years spring musical is Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty. I have always been a part of the cast of all of the performances. This year I am the fairy godmother in Cinderella and Flora the Fairy in Sleeping Beauty. These performances have helped me in so many ways. Most importantly they have helped me to become more confident. Confidence is key in helping to build any childís self esteem, and here at ASRCS it is done all the time.
In addition to the Fine Arts program, we also have an exciting sports program, featuring Golf and Archery as the newest programs being offered. Opportunities like these provide the children with new friendships and encourage them to be active.
We realize the financial sacrifice that all of you make for your children to be able to attend All Saints. We would like to reassure you that the investment you may make here is wise and everlasting.
Who we become and the success that awaits us is due to our family, but also in a special way, All Saints. I believe we stand out from any other school, not only because of academics but because of the character that is created in each of us.
We are All Saints, the best kept secret in Southern Ocean County!
Thank you and God Bless!
What's New At ASRC
Orton Gillingham Scholar On Thursday, May 29, 2014, Mrs. Kraft received her Orton Gillingham Teacher Certificate and Children's Dyslexia Centers of NJ Initial Certification during the Graduation Ceremony of Orton Scholars from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
What Our Students Have to Say....
Students of All Saints Regional Catholic School were recently given an opportunity to showcase their talents or hobbies. Click on the word "more" to see what some of our participating students have to say about the experience.
ASRC Wish List
Our Wish List: We continue to rely on your generosity. We are greatly in need of microphones for school performances, flat screen TV, and digital cameras Corporate donations are always appreciated. If you work for or are retired from a corporation that participates in a grant program, please obtain a grant application for us to complete. Click on the word "more" for a list of items that we need. All donations may be made in honor or memory of a loved one. Please call the school with any questions about donations. 609-597-3800
Emergency Drill Information
Please review the emergency drill information by clicking on the word "More."
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