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About Us


Our History

In 2004 Holy Family School merged with Sacred Heart Cathedral School and became All Saints Catholic School. In 2005 St. Alphonsus School joined Holy Family and Sacred Heart to make All Saints bigger and better! St. Mary’s official joined our family in 2014. St. Anthony’s joined officially when St. Mary’s closed in 2020 and most parishioners starting attending St. Anthonys. All Saints Catholic School is located in the former Holy Family School building at 1926 Marquette Street in Davenport, IA.

Welcome to the All Saints community!
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Technology Program
1: 1
K-2 Student to Teacher Ratio
13: 1
Financial Aid in 2022
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Our Mission Statement

All Saints Catholic School community shares a common goal of preparing children for lifelong learning and Christian service. We are committed to nurturing each child’s spiritual, intellectual, social, moral, emotional and physical development. All are encouraged to utilize their God-given gifts in an atmosphere that challenges them to strive for their unique potential.

Faith-Based Education

All Saints provides a faith-based education in cooperation with four parishes:

Diverse Community

Children of all backgrounds come together at All Saints to:


Students, teachers, parents, and pastors come together to provide students the opportunity to:

Our Beliefs

Our Philosophy Statement

We believe that we supplement the Catholic Christian education given by parents in the home. Our responsibility then is developing the whole person — spiritually, morally, physically, intellectually, socially and emotionally. By creating a faith-community, we strive to instill Christian values in each student by which he/she will be able to clarify their own values in life according to the Gospels, with the hope that they become self-directed individuals who will be responsible for their own decisions, behavior, and learning. We believe that each child is an important, unique individual, whose intellectual success is built upon a healthy self-concept, making our school child-centered. Cooperating with the parents, we continue the religious development of the child by furthering knowledge of the Church in the world and each child’s part in it, preparing them to participate fully in the Church’s liturgical life.

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young girls hanging out during recess