All Souls Catholic Church, established in 1888, is one of the oldest existing parishes in Central Florida. In 1954, All Souls Church realized the need to add a school to service their community. The school has experienced steady growth and has become a strong and vibrant part of the All Souls Catholic Community.
All Souls Catholic School, a ministry of All Souls Catholic Parish, exists to educate the children of the parish and those who embrace our philosophy of educational excellence in the Roman Catholic Tradition. Guided by God's love, Jesus' message, and the gifts of the Holy Spirit, all who enter All Souls Catholic School are empowered to develop spiritually, morally, intellectually, emotionally, socially, physically, and creatively, thereby inspiring a life of service, leadership, and compassion.
Educators at All Souls Catholic School are called by Jesus and the community to provide a spiritual foundation by incorporating Christian values in daily activities and lessons. Through character education, children are furnished with the tools necessary to make responsible choices, thereby fostering positive self-esteem and a Christian attitude.
The children at All Souls Catholic School are also given the benefit of attending Mass together as a school at least twice a month which provides for a multitude of teachings.
810 South Oak Avenue, Sanford, Florida 32771
All Souls Catholic School is located in the heart of historic, downtown Sanford. If you want to visit All Souls then from I-4 East take exit 101C. Turn right on SR 46 (the first light.) Go approximately 4 miles and then turn right on S. French Ave./17-92. Go approximately a half a mile to 8th Street and turn left. Go a quarter of a mile to Oak Avenue and the school is on the corner.
We chose All Souls Catholic School because it provides our children Catholic values and academic excellence.
All Souls Catholic School enjoys an excellent academic reputation. The instruction has been outstanding. In every class, they have been challenged, nurtured and they have been free to express themselves in a loving and caring environment. The teachers create a loving environment that demands student do their best. As a result our children perform extraordinary things. Our children return the love of their teachers, motivating them to perform their best.
The teachers are dedicated to improving themselves and the teaching experience. They track the latest research and keep the lesson plans fresh. The school is dedicated to providing the best technology and methods of instruction so that our children are ready for the future.
Catholic education is part of the Core Curriculum. The entire school participates in prayer in the courtyard at the beginning and end of the week. There is religious instruction in every grade and the children practice Catholic Values. Food drives, clothes drives and fund raisers are a regular part of the experience. Respect for others and a culture of ‘doing the right thing’ is integral to the experience our children get at All Souls Catholic School.
We choose All Souls Catholic School because our children are developing into young adults that will be able to succeed in high school and beyond, and they will know their Catholic religion and to live by its tenets.
My husband and I chose All Souls Catholic School because we loved the family atmosphere, academics and religious education. All Souls Catholic School teaches values, responsibility and gives each student the ability to experience new technologies. The new net books that the Middle School will be using will only enhance every child's ability to learn.
I was not happy with where my children were currently attending school. They were not being challenged academically. After searching and praying, I received a post card from All Souls Catholic School. I toured the school, and after speaking with the principal, I was very impressed. I like the academic standards and how the school enforced these standards. I was also impressed by how they integrated the Catholic teachings within the academic environment. The next school year, I enrolled my four children.