Each school day at All Saints begins and ends with school-wide community prayer. Each classroom also develops their own prayer rituals and routines throughout the school day.
All-school Mass is held each Wednesday morning at Saint Mark the Evangelist Parish. Students participate as choir members, altar servers, readers, ushers and gift bearers. A collection is taken each week to help students develop the habit of stewardship. These collections benefit various Catholic agencies and missions, as well as community programs.
Traditions are an integral part of any Catholic school, and All Saints is no exception. Since the school's inception, the All Saints staff has begun each school day by gathering in the school's chapel before the students arrive to pray together. All Saints Day, our school's feast day, is celebrated each November. For many years, Holy Week at All Saints has concluded with living Stations of the Cross led by the eighth grade class. And, each spring our second graders celebrate their First Holy Communion by honoring our Blessed Mother with a May Crowning ceremony, surrounded by their entire school family. These traditions make memories for our students that can greatly affect their own spiritual development.