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2021-2022 Enrollment Opens on Monday, February 1, 2021
Patty Bajek
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2021-2022 Enrollment Opens on Monday, February 1, 2021



Artwork of the Season created by our Saints

ASCA students from preschool through grade 8 enjoy Art as one of their specials.  Our talented art teacher, Mrs. Paula Breunig, shares some of her students'  creations that illustrate and capture this beautiful Season.

8th Grade Nativity Project


6th Grade  - Brody Best


4th Grade - Amelia Johanneson


Kindergarten - Jack Elder


Advent Faith and Giving Opportunities

As we journey throughout this season of Advent, we reflect on the blessings in our lives, and seek opportunities to deepen our faith and offer service to others. We are called to “Be the Light”: to practice our faith in new ways during these unusual times; to share our faith with our children, family and those around us, and “Be the Light” to all.


As the community of All Saints Catholic Academy, we have been blessed with multiple parishes to deepen our faith, celebrate our traditions and give back to others. Below you will find the links to each of our affiliated parishes Christmas mass schedules, and opportunities to provide Christmas gifts for needy people in our community. We hope that this information will be helpful.


Holy Spirit Catholic Community

2003 Hassert Boulevard

Naperville, IL 60564


Christmas Mass Schedule


Annual Christmas Giving Tree Event


Our Lady of Mercy

701 South Eola Road

Aurora, IL 60504


Christmas Mass Schedule


Angel Giving Program


St. Elizabeth Seton

2220 Lisson Road

Naperville, IL 60565


Christmas Mass Schedule


Share Christmas


St. Margaret Mary

1450 Green Trails Drive

Naperville, IL 60540


Christmas Mass Schedule


Giving Tree Program


St. Thomas the Apostle

1500 Brookdale Road

Naperville, IL 60563


Christmas Mass Schedule


Haiti Twinning Gift of Education Program


Saints in Service: Ways You Can Give Back This Holiday Season

The year 2020 has brought so many changes to us all, including how we as a school community can give back to those in need. During past school years, we have come together for our:


~ Back-to-School cereal drive for Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry

~ Book Drive for Bernie’s Book Bank during the Fall Book Fair

~ Candy Drive for Operation Support Our Troops

~ Fall Coat Drive for Button & Zipper

~ Shoe and Boot Drive for Cradle to Crayons


..............not to mention the variety of charities we support throughout the school year that include: West Suburban Community Pantry, St. Patrick’s residence, Feed My Starving Children, Caring Cards ministry, Blessings in a Backpack, Ronald McDonald House and more!


Although we are not able to facilitate all of our traditional charitable drives at the school this year, we know that you are missing these important acts of student-led philanthropy. We want to share with you some ways in which your family can give back to the community, this holiday season.  Please see the following information on Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry and West Suburban Community Pantry.


We wish you all a very blessed holiday season filled with love, peace and kindness. We are so grateful for you!


Robin Beck and Anne Soto

ASPA (All Saints Parent Association) Saints in Service Community Outreach Committee


Donate Food or Make an Online Donation to a Local Food Pantry

Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry

Loaves & Fishes Community Services | Naperville & DuPage County Food Pantry


Loaves & Fishes Community Services is a registered 501(c)(3) organization that has served our community since 1984. Their vision is to end hunger and transform lives, with their core mission of providing healthy food and impactful programs to promote self-sufficiency. As a volunteer at the food pantry, you see the variety of healthy options they provide clients. The food pantry is bright, clean and designed as a grocery store, with music playing, and volunteers helping to bag items and load groceries into cars. They believe that:

by working together we can accomplish great things each person possesses inherent dignity the opportunity to serve is a gift and that food is a right and not a privilege.


Over the last several months, Loaves & Fishes has adapted to serve the dramatic increase of struggling families in our community and the many challenges brought by the pandemic. In order to provide a safe environment for clients, volunteers and staff, Loaves & Fishes adapted its grocery distribution model to curbside delivery and reduced the number of people in the building by over 80%. They also created the Virtual Food Drive, where donors can purchase food directly through their website, as they were unable to accept physical food donations, due to safety concerns.


Ways we can help: Donating food or funds online is a wonderful way to help this impactful organization! Click on this link to learn more about Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry and to make a donation:


West Suburban Community Pantry


“The West Suburban Community Pantry traces its roots to a small pantry dating back to the 1970s. In 1992, the Pantry was incorporated and obtained its 501(c)(3) status in response to the growing need to feed the hungry in DuPage County.


The Pantry operates year-round with a goal that each eligible family in DuPage County, Bolingbrook, and Romeoville receives nutritionally balanced food, including meats, dairy, and fresh produce monthly. We are also registered as an emergency food pantry for Illinois.


With the help of volunteers and sponsors, our vision is to eradicate hunger within the families and individuals in the DuPage County area. We are dedicated to providing food for the hungry, educating the donor community about existing needs, and supporting advocacy efforts for the hungry. We also work hard to encourage volunteerism and the sharing of resources.”


Last year, WSCP distributed 2 million pounds of food in our community! And, over the past seven months, the demand for the Pantry has doubled. One of the best ways you can help them is by giving a monetary donation. Due to their food partnerships, they can secure more food per dollar, making a monetary donation even more valuable. For every $5.00 donation, they can secure the equivalent of 20 meals for those they serve.


Ways you can give! Please see WSCP’s website for a list of their most-needed items, drop off location and times or to make an online donation: Food & In-Kind Donations | West Suburban Community Pantry. Thank you in advance for your support of this wonderful organization!


Support All Saints Catholic Academy

Thank you for YOUR support of All Saints Catholic Academy.  This year, we celebrate 15 years of academic excellence grounded in faith and tradition with our All Saints family, alumni, friends and benefactors, whom we thank for your constant prayers and financial support. 

Your contribution to our 2020 - 2021 Annual Fund Appeal will be instrumental in:  

  • making a Catholic education more affordable to families in our community 
  • keeping All Saints competitive from a cost perspective
  • generating scholarship assistance for those who are making sacrifices to afford an All Saints education, but need help to bridge the gap. 

To contribute, please click here.  

May God continue to richly bless you during these challenging times.   We are grateful, and thank you for supporting the students of All Saints, and Catholic education.  We are all 'saints in the making'.   


All Saints Catholic Academy is OPEN FOR BUSINESS.   We thank you so much for your interest in All Saints.    All Saints Catholic Academy is beyond thrilled to have safely welcomed back our preschool - grade 8 students to school for the 2020-2021 school year!  All Saints' back to school plan was approved by Bishop Pates, and the Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Joliet, Dr. Boyle; and we received our reopening certification in July 2020.   Unfortunately, All Saints does not have any openings currently at any grade level.   

  • Click here to view Diocesan FAQ's Regarding Reopening
  • Click here to view Diocesan Quick Facts 
  • Click here to view the Covid Return to School Guidance Flyer


Our primary goal in re-opening was to be able to welcome back our students safely.  With the number of students enrolled to date, and the physical space that we have available, we have had to cut off new enrollment at this time.  In an effort to keep our students safe within the building and their cohorts, we also are not currently offering personal tours.  We encourge you to take our virtual tour - click here - (keep in mind that this drone tour was done prior to installing all of the safety protocols for our re-opening this fall).  


We truly wish your family and student(s) all the best this current 2020-2021 school year.   


At All Saints, our students are well known for their prowess in the area of mathmatics.  To read more about the success of our 'mathletes', and 8th grade student, Michael Budd, please click here.  

We invite you to find out more about All Saints Catholic Academy, one of the premier schools in the western suburbs, where academic excellence, and values based character building.  

At All Saints Catholic Academy, lifelong memories and friendships are made and cherished.  The All Saints Catholic Academy Mission is to develop future leaders who are formed by academic excellence, service to others, and respect for all in a Christ-centered community.  ​ALL ARE WELCOME at All Saints.  We celebrate and cherish our diversity.  We hope that you can see your student and family here at All Saints.  


All Saints Catholic Academy offers small classroom instruction (with two to three sections at every grade level - K - 8) superior academics, and superb preparation for high school and beyond.  Our Growing Saints Early Childhood Academy preschool program offers parents of three and four year old students flexibility and choice in putting together their child's schedule.


 Please click here to hear more about the All Saints Parent Association (ASPA).


Every Child Deserves a Great Educational Foundation on Which to Build




Our Growing Saints Early Childhood Academy preschool program offers parents of three and four year old students flexibility and choice in putting together their child's schedule. We offer the following for three and four year olds -  

  • Excellent, challenging academics - Our preschool curriculum includes Everyday Math (University of Chicago), World of Wonders Language Arts (McGraw Hill), Handwriting without Tears
  • A wide variety of activities that include art, Spanish enrichment, music and physical education.
  • Character, virtues building and faith formation in an elementary school setting with degreed and certified educators.
  • End to end education and care that includes full and half days, and extended care.
  • Large, bright and colorful classrooms.  Full playground with padded surface.
  • Opportunities for free and creative play and social-emotional development.

Our preschool offers robust academics in a true school setting, taught by certified teachers, with art, Spanish enrichment, music and physical education, and character/virtues building and faith formation.  Find out more by contacting us TODAY!





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