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All Saints is accepting applications for kindergarten and grades 3, 4, 6, 7 for the 2021-2022 school year.  Starting November 1, 2021, we began accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year. For additional information, please contact Mrs. Mary Rodriguez  at (703) 393-1490 or admissions@

Knowledge, Character, Compassion – A Tradition of Faith

Pre-Kindergarten — 8th grade
Anchored in the cherished traditions of our faith, All Saints Catholic School provides a nurturing learning environment in which students excel academically and grow in wisdom and grace each day. Founded in 1957, All Saints Catholic School is steeped in tradition, yet continually adapting to meet the needs of our school families — exemplified by the recent addition of our robust spring 2020 eLearning Program.

Living Our Faith

All things at All Saints begin and end with prayer. Through daily religion class, morning and afternoon prayer, the Angelus at noon, and our weekly school Mass, our students develop a strong faith foundation. Second graders prepare for the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Holy Communion, and 8th grade students finalize two years of study in preparation for the Sacrament of Confirmation. Faith traditions mark the Liturgical year from All Saints Day festivities, Advent Prayer Services, and Christmas Pageants to the Farewell to the Alleluia Prayer Service, Holy Thursday Hand-Washing Ceremony, and the Seventh Grade Passion Play.

In Service to Others

Opportunities for community service abound as our students support organizations, including the Bethany Food Pantry, monthly parish Senior Luncheons, SERVE, House of Mercy, and Mother of Mercy Free Medical Clinic. In 2016, students worked together to raise funds to build a house in the Dominion Republic through the Arlington Diocese Bánica Mission. Middle school students have additional opportunities for community service through our Middle School House  program. Students are placed in one of ten Houses, each named after a saint. House members plan out and work together on community service initiatives throughout the year.

Innovation in Learning & Differentiated Instruction

All Saints was recently selected by the United States Department of Education for a 2020 site visit, in recognition of our school’s use of innovation and differentiated instruction (tailoring teaching to meet each student’s individual needs). All Saints students are encouraged to become active learners, finding opportunities to apply both knowledge and skills to problem-solving.

K-8 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math)

All Saints strong academic focus includes school-wide STEM initiatives starting in Kindergarten and continuing through middle school.

K-5 STEM – hands-on science, computer class, iPads and Chromebooks on carts to integrate easily into classroom lessons

Little Medical School – after school enrichment classes for K-5, include Little Pediatrician School, Doctor/Doctor, Little Dental School, and Little Veterinarian School

Google Classroom – organizational tool to streamline workflow for students in grades 5-8

One-to-one Chromebooks – middle school students bring their Chromebooks from class to class

VEX Programming – seventh and eighth graders learn this robotics programming language during computer class

Robotics Club – a chance for students in grades 6-8 to shine

ActivPanels – state-of-the-art ActivPanels with touchscreen capability recently installed every All Saints classroom, Pre-K through 8th and specials

To request information about our Pre-Kindergarten Program or Kindergarten – 8th grade, please contact Mrs. Mary Rodriguez at (703) 393-1490 or