All Saints
Catholic School
139 West Rocks Rd.
Norwalk, CT 06851




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All Saints Catholic School is a fully accredited elementary/middle school with approximately 700 students in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade. With three classrooms per grade, the school provides an environment rich in academic, spiritual and emotional learning.

We strive to create a curriculum which provides for the growth of wholeness in each student, and the guidance to assist in their development as total persons: morally, spiritually, intellectually physically and socially.

All Saints offers a structured, disciplined approach to education and a strong curriculum of core courses. In addition to our individual classroom teachers, All Saints has a faculty of specialists whose areas include: Foreign Language, Science, Art, Music, and Computer. We also offer advanced math and reading programs. Each student receives instruction in Spanish and computers beginning in kindergarten.

Our students have consistently scored above the National average on Iowa tests, and are accepted at many of the area high schools including Trinity Catholic, Notre Dame, Fairfield Prep, Laurelton Hall and Sacred Heart Academy.

Click here to see the Diocese of Bridgeport Curriculum Maps for Science, Math and Religion, and how they compare to Connecticut and National Standards.

Our curriculum is centered around our faith. Each day begins with prayer and religious instruction and each child has the opportunity to live out their faith through participation in prayer services, monthly class masses in our chapel, as well as school-wide mass celebration.


All Saints is located on a 5-acre campus, with playing fields and a full outdoor track. Inside, students enjoy state-of-the art computer labs, a newly renovated library and media center, chapel, auditorium, cafeteria, and rooms for art, science and music.

Extracurricular Activities

We believe that activities beyond the classroom will lead to greater confidence, self-esteem and motivation. Activities  include: Instrumental music and youth choir, Scouts, computer club, newspaper club, Math club, Book club, Drama club, Student Council, Junior Achievement, DARE, Big Brother/Big Sister, and the annual Science fair.


Under the supervision of our Athletic Director we offer basketball, soccer, volleyball, track, field hockey, flag football and softball teams