January 2017 
35 years and counting.......
2017 marks All Saints 35th year. All Saints School came into existence in 1982, a merger between St. Elizabeth Parish School and St. Paul's Parish School. The present building was at one time St. Paul's School. In 2004, St. Patrick's merged into All Saints School. Van de Vyver school served students for 50+ years from 1910 to 1969. Some of its families' subsequent generations have gone on to attend All Saints.
All Saints basketball team 1985
For a combined total of 300 years these four parish schools eq uipped thousands of young people with the best tools possible to prepare them for their future role as faithful Christians, responsible citizens, productive professionals and caring employees. All Saints is proud to continue this tradition. 

All Saints Student Council 1994-95
At a time when, unfortunately, more Catholic schools are closing than opening, we are grateful to all who have supported us for these three and half decades and we look forward to serving families for many decades to come.

1866  St. Patrick's School, Church Hill - Opened by the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent De Paul
1910  Van de Vyver School of Richmond opened
1923  St. Paul's School - North Avenue - Opened/staffed by the Sisters from Order of St. Benedict
1926  St. Paul's School - moved to Fendall Avenue
1930  St. Elizabeth's School - Highland Park - Opened/staffed by the Daughters of Charity
1936  St. Elizabeth's School - Closed the first time
1948  St. Elizabeth's School - Reopened/staffed by the Sisters of Mercy from Pennsylvania
1967  St. Paul's School - Moved to Noble Avenue, Ginter Park continued to be staffed by the Sisters OSB
1969  Van de Vyver School closed
1977  St. Paul's School - No longer staffed by Sisters OSB
September 7, 1982 - All Saints Catholic School - Merger of St. Elizabeth & St. Paul's Schools Staffed by the Sisters of Mercy - Principal Sister Betty Pflieger
1988 All Saints Catholic School Principal - Sister Janet Delperdang, Sinsinawa Dominican
1996  All Saints Catholic School Principal - Ken Soistman, no longer staffed by Nuns 
2004  St. Patrick's School merges with All Saints Catholic School
2009  First set of students from Segura Program (Hispanic Catholic families) placed at All Saints
2009  Diocesan initiative with Catholic Extension and CSM for the 5-year Strategic Management and Development Program (SMDP)  begins
2013  Ken Soistman becomes President - Wanda Wallin hired as Principal
Catholic Schools Week 2017 - January 30 - February 3
Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service
All Saints will celebrate Faith, Knowledge and Service the last week of January by reading to local preschool children, thanking our local fire station, celebrating our parents and grandparents, lunching with local priests, holding a peace vigil, hosting a Book Fair and playing the ever-popular faculty vs students basketball game!

You can join the fun too by dining with us at our Annual  Fish Fry Dinner  on  Friday, Feb. 3rd, 5-6:30 p.m. Dine-in or take-out.  Dinner  includes fried  fish , green beans, coleslaw, roll and drink for $8. Orders can be made by check payable to All Saints and sent to 3418 Noble Ave., Richmond, VA 23222, or by credit card by calling  804 329-7524 . Pre-orders preferred.

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Legacy Society

Will you be doing estate planning in the new year? Did you know you can include All Saints in your will or as a beneficiary of an insurance policy, IRA, 401K or other investment? Find out how you can help leave a legacy at www.allsaintsric.org/donate.htm .

Thank you!
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