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School History

School History

Under the leadership of Fr. Edmund O’Connor, All Saints Catholic School was founded in 1954. Originally staffed by the Sisters of the Divine Savior, the school had four classrooms and an office in their original building located in what is now downtown Lakeville.

In 1964, four additional classrooms and a library were added to the school. Soon after, lay teachers were added to the staff, and eventually, All Saints Catholic School was completely staffed and administered by non-religious educational professionals.

In 1997, the church moved to its new location at the top of the hill on Holyoke Avenue, and the following year, students in grades 3 through 6 moved to the new building on the hill as well.

When the new educational space was completed in 2001, Kindergarten through 2nd grade joined them.

All Saints Catholic School expanded its middle school offering in 2004 with the addition of grades 7 and 8. The first 8th-grade graduating class was in June 2006.

Half-day preschool became a reality in 2001 when the doors opened to the first class of 18 students. Nineteen years later, all-day preschool was added. The program enjoys a thriving enrollment of 90 students, with nearly a dozen on the waitlist.

Today, the All Saints Catholic School boasts 20 classrooms, a music room, an art room, a cafeteria/ gymnasium, and a library serving all our students - preschool through 8th grade. Also, All Saints has onsite extended care programs for preschool through 5th grade.