About This School
In 2010, All Saints Academy had 15 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Rhode Island average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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All Saints Academy Reviews
Three Years at All Saints Academy and Super Happy
I put my child in All Saints Academy in Kindergarten, she is now in second grade and thriving. Its a shame that the only reviews here are from parents who had bad experiences. I found this school while searching for an alternative to the local public schools. Of the three private schools I visited, they were the only ones who welcomed me like family when I walked through their doors. The school really believes in putting children first, they work hard to provide the highest quality education, while focusing on the whole child. My child looks forward to going to school everyday. The teachers and faculty are very engaged, they give 110% in everything they do. No school is perfect, but if you are looking for a family environment, small classroom, and a top notch education then check out this school. You will be pleasantly surprised.
All Saints Academy is superb..a top quality education combined with a wonderful spiritual foundation. The principal, staff and teachers are some of the very best!!! We feel so blessed to have our children attend ASA and know they are getting the very best!
There are definite issues with the school. I felt that bullying was an issue and that the principle and teachers were ineffective despite the strong Christian message they preach. Kids with behavioral problems got a lot of attention and it took away from the rest of the class, but bullying was not addressed strongly enough. They have a good technology program, but I was unhappy enough that I would not have re-enrolled if we hadn't been moving. I definitely agree that you should do a visit of the school before committing to this school. Finally, while I consider myself a faithful Christian, there is a lot more time spent on the Catholic interpretation of Christianity than I expected. This IS a Catholic school, so I expected a good amount of religion and was happy about it. However, I feel that unless you are very traditionally Catholic it might not be the place for you. Sit through a good part of whichever class your child would be in and ask a lot of questions before you invest time and money into this school.
My child attended All Saints Academy for a short period of time. I was overall happy with this school UNTIL concerns that my child brought to me were not given credence or respect by the teachers or principal. Every parent hopes that their children will be able to resolve small issues on their own, but when a child becomes fearful of going to school and withdrawing, something must be questioned. After continued obervations in the classroom, I as a parent and educator myself removed my child from this setting. I will forever remember this experience especially because it was my child's first experience with school. I am grateful for the lesson learned, I am grateful I am a mindful mommy, and am grateful I listen to my child's concerns. I am happy to have moved on to a better school for my child where she has flourished and adapted well. For parents making a decision about where to send your child for school, don't let my review make it for you...go and observe just for a day in a classroom there...then make your decision!