All Saints Catholic School

  • Wilmington



907 New Road
United States

About Us

Mission Statement

All Saints Catholic School, a regional faith-based community, focuses on academic excellence while ensuring the dignity of each individual. While modeling Gospel values, the school incorporates a STEM approach to teaching and learning in order to prepare its population for the challenges of a global society.

(August, 2013)


We, the All Saints Catholic School Community, believe that…

§  Catholic values and beliefs are a critical component of the curriculum and permeate the faith community

§  All members of All Saints Catholic School are created in God’s image and likeness, and all are expected to be treated with compassion and respect

§  It is important to meet the needs of a diverse student population through a variety of curricular and extra-curricular programs

§  Students assimilate knowledge best when they are actively involved in their learning process

§  It is imperative to attract and retain a competent, motivated teaching staff that is dedicated to using innovative methods, available technology, and current teaching strategies

§  A quality education prepares students to be responsible citizens who actively participate in global and community service

§  All members of All Saints Catholic School have a responsibility to protect and preserve all God’s creation

§  All members of All Saints Catholic School deserve to work in a well-maintained, physically, and emotionally safe and accepting environment

§  Family involvement is essential for the success of the school

§  The sponsoring parishes must promote, embrace, and support a quality Catholic education in a fiscally responsible manner  

School Description:

All Saints Catholic School is an interparochial school, originally founded to continue quality Catholic education in the Millcreek Cluster area of Wilmington. Our school is a regional school within the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. We are the first and only school within Catholic Diocese of Wilmington to offer the STEM approach to teaching and learning.

To support and enhance STEM programs our school day is longer than the traditional school model. Students at All Saints Catholic School begin their day at 7:45 am and conclude by 3:15 pm. 

The campus includes an elementary classroom building, middle school building, a full size gymnasium and social hall. 

The elementary building has two floors plus a lower level. The first floor houses offices, nurse's room, faculty room, and classrooms. Classrooms, a library, music room, counselor's office and the business offices are on the second floor. The lower level of the building is a large gathering area used for school assemblies and programs with a science lab and room for our after/before care programs.

The middle school building houses classrooms, a computer lab, art room, another science lab, counselor’s office, three small group instruction classrooms and a meeting room. 

All classrooms are enhanced with computer technology for student and teacher use in addition to Smartboards that are available at all grade levels. We have a number of laptops and iPads available for student use everyday. Students are also permitted to bring in their own device from home (iPad, Kindle, Surface, Nook, etc.) to aid in the learning process.

The full size gymnasium is used for all physical education classes, school programs and events. In addition the gym is home to the All Saints Catholic School Crusaders athletic activities.

Students use the social hall as a cafeteria that offers a hot lunch prgram daily. The facility also has dining areas for students that may require special arrangements.