Frequently Asked Questions
Is there an application deadline?
No. We have OPEN ENROLLMENT. However, to ensure placement in class, you want to apply early and complete the enrollment packet when enrollment opens in January. We have some classes that have wait lists.
My child will not turn 3, 4, or 5 until after the September 1st cutoff. Can I still apply for him/her to attend school for their prospective grade?
No. All Saints Catholic School adheres to the September 1st cutoff for incoming pre-kindergartners and kindergartners, per our accreditation guidelines with the Texas Catholic Conference Education Department. Therefore, a child must be 3 years old for PK3, 4 years old for PK4, & 5 years old for Kindergarten.
My pre-kindergarten or kindergarten applicant has a summer birthday. Will you accept his/her application?
As long as your child will be 3, 4, or 5 by the September 1st cutoff, he or she is welcome to apply. All birth certificates will be verified prior to acceptance.
How many students are in each class?
There is one homeroom at each grade level. On average, there is about 18 students per class.
What time is school?
For grades kindergarten through 8th grade, school begins at 7:50 am and ends at 3:25pm. For pre-kindergarten, school begins at 7:50 am and ends at 3:10pm.
Do you have before and after school programs?School doors open at 7:20 am with teachers on-duty to monitor. Our Extended Care program begins right after school and ends at 6:00 pm. Program fees apply for Extended Care.
Standardized tests results are used as a diagnostic tool for the purpose of implementing curriculum to meet the needs of the students. Each year the parents are given the results for their own child/children.
How does All Saints Catholic School score on Standardized Testing?
Where do 8th grades students attend school once they are promoted?
We currently have students enrolled in the following high schools: Nolan Catholic, Cassata Catholic, Cristo Rey, Trinity Valley, Fort Worth Country Day, & All Saints' Episcopal.