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Welcome! We are so glad you are considering All Saints Catholic School as a school for your family!


All Saints Catholic School is a Catholic classical school, offering private education for PK3-8th grade scholars. Situated in the heart of Fort Worth, Texas, our vibrant community embodies the values truth, goodness, and beauty and strives to maintain high academic standards to nurture the development of a lifelong love of learning.  With affordable tuition, we are dedicated to ensuring that any family that truly desires a Catholic education has access to one at All Saints. We take pride in our commitment to serving families of diverse religious faiths, ethnicities, and socioeconomic backgrounds, so we can prepare our scholars to succeed in a culturally diverse society, respecting the dignity of others, and equipping students with the life skills necessary to seek out opportunities and embrace everyday challenges.


Located near downtown Fort Worth and the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards, All Saints is a classical dual language Catholic school for students in grades PK-8.  Our goal is to provide a dual language classical education to the high standards set forth by educators of the past.  We strive to create an academic community of teachers and learners characterized by the highest expectations in scholarship and Catholic teachings.


We believe in the principles of traditional pedagogy because they are consistent with human nature and are most effective for student learning.  The classical dual language Catholic education model strives for continuity of curriculum and mastery learning.


Families seeking academic excellence within a Christ-centered environment are encouraged to apply. Throughout the school year, we extend a warm welcome to well-qualified applicants, with enrollment availability in various grades based on space.


Embrace the opportunity to become a part of the All Saints community today and discover the life-changing impact of a dual language classical education.

Traditional Education

In the traditional classroom, a knowledgeable, enthusiastic teacher carefully leads students into an understanding of each subject. Classrooms are quiet, orderly, and disciplined. Lessons are incremental, content is age-appropriate, and students learn the important skill of quality written work completed in a timely manner. Homework is moderate and is for the purpose of practicing or preparing for a lesson. The traditional classroom is consistent with human nature and the experience of many decades has demonstrated its superiority over the modern child-centered classroom.

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To learn more about our school and the admissions applications process, view our All Saints Prospective Family Guide below.
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All Saints Admission Forms

Online Application

When completing the online application, you will need to have the following documents handy:

  • Child's Birth Certificate
  • Copy of your child's latest report card
  • Email address of your child's teacher

School Records Release

Please submit our school's record release form to your current child's school. 



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What does our school look like?

Thank you for your interest in All Saints!  Watch the video below to see inside our school. We would love for you to see us in action!  We highly encourage you to sign up for a in person school tour. 



Affording All Saints

Catholic School InvestmentA Catholic education is a long-term investment in your child's future.  The experiences, relationships, and opportunities embraced today profoundly shape the person they will become.  At All Saints we offer a variety of enriching programs, including fine arts, athletics, and extra-curricular activities.  Each day provides an opportunity for your child to learn, grow, and better understand the person God designed them to be.   


By forming our students in the classical liberal arts tradition that promotes faith, learning, and servant leadership, we aim our students for college and heaven.  Our devoted faculty and Christ-loving community are eager to welcome you to the All Saints Catholic School family. 


We are dedicated to making quality Catholic education accessible to as many families as possible. We proudly support our community with our robust tuition assistance program, currently awarding 81% of our families with tuition support.  This ensures that every child has the opportunity to thrive academically and spiritually regardless of their financial background.

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Non-Discrimination Policy

All Saints Catholic School does not discriminate in admissions or employment practices on the basis of sex, race, age, national or ethnic origin, or disabling condition.


Pre-K3 through 1st Grade

For admission into Pre-K3, Pre-K4, K, and 1st grade students must be 3, 4, 5, and 6, respectively, by September 1st and must be potty trained. The school has the right to immediately dismiss any child that is not a good fit for our program. In this event, tuition will be prorated. Should a parent remove the child on their own for any reason, the parents may be responsible for the full year’s tuition.

Immunization Policy

Every student enrolled in a Catholic School in the State of Texas shall be immunized against vaccine preventable diseases caused by infectious agents in accordance with the immunization schedule adopted by the Texas Department of State Health Services. A student who fails to present the required evidence shall not be accepted for enrollment. The only exception to the foregoing requirement is a medical exemption signed by a licensed physician (M.D. or D.O.) authorized to practice in the State of Texas, including the physicians license number.

Immunizations are not in conflict with the Catholic faith. Conscientious objections or waivers, which may be permissible for attendance in public schools, do not qualify as an exemption in Catholic Schools in Texas. (Atty. Gen. Op. GA-0420)

This policy was adopted by Texas Catholic Conference Education Department, December 2008 and voted on April 3, 2017 to keep as written with no changes.