As a vibrant, active school community, All Saints offers a variety of extracurricular activities, including:
Students compete in the annual Diocesan Band Day competition and Music in the Park festival, and perform a winter and spring concert.
Battle of the Books
Open to fifth and sixth grade students, Battle of the Books participants meet weekly after school to prepare for this Jeopardy-style reading competition among Diocesan schools.
Students meet twice per month to learn about chess, and participate in matches and local competitions.
Teams are organized and sponsored by All Saints parish and compete against other parishes in the Diocese. Sports include basketball, cheerleading and track.
Students meet after school to develop acting skills and practice performing skits for other All Saints students.
Students participate in math-based activities and local math competitions.
National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)
Qualified students are selected as NJHS members by majority vote of the faculty council.
Student reporters highlight school events and student writing through a semi-annual school newspaper.
Peace & Justice Players
Open to grades 7-8, students participate in social outreach to the local community and dramatization of Gospel stories for younger students.
Students meet on a weekly basis to learn about long-distance running and train for local events and competitions.
Safety Patrols (grades 5-6)
Patrols greet students and ensure that they enter and exit the parking area and school safely each day.
Student members in grades 5-8 sing and play musical instruments at all school liturgies.
All Saints students participate in Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Brownie and Girl Scout troops.
Students practice their language skills, and study the cultures of various Spanish-speaking countries.
Student Council Association (SCA)
Student representatives are elected by peers from each class in grades 4-8.
Students help design and complete the layout for the annual school yearbook.
Events are planned throughout the year for All Saints students and parishioners in grades 7-8.