Purpose & Philosophy
Guided by the Gospel, we partner with diverse families, to form students in the Classical tradition, so they may grow in wisdom and virtue to use their gifts in the service of others, and for the glory of Christ and His Catholic Church.
Guiados por el Evangelio, nos asociamos con diversas familias, para formar estudiantes en la tradición clásica, para que pueden crecer en sabiduría y virtud para usar sus dones al servicio de los demás, y para la gloria de Cristo y Su Iglesia Católica.
"The mission of Catholic education in the schools of the Diocese of Fort Worth is to open the doors, so that our students can see further than the walls that otherwise would enclose them in darkness. What does seeping deep into eternity really look like? It involves being able to recognize, to appropriate, and to cherish the eternal and transcendental goods of Truth, Beauty, and Goodness. These three transcendental goods depend upon each other within the envelope of eternity"
Most Rev. Michael F. Olson
Bishop of Fort Worth
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.
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.