All Saints Catholic School (Omaha)

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Coordinates: 41°14′46″N 95°55′41″W / 41.246°N 95.928°W / 41.246; -95.928

All Saints Catholic School
1335 S. 10th St
Omaha, Nebraska

United States
Type Parochial/Preschool/Elementary/Middle
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
School district Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Omaha
Principal Marlan Burki
Grades pre K-8
Enrollment 150
Color(s) Burgundy and Gold
Mascot Angels

All Saints Catholic School is a parochial school religiously affiliated with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Omaha located in South Omaha, Nebraska, USA. The school has classes for pre-Kindergarten to eighth grade. All Saints Catholic School draws from seven parishes, Immaculate Conception, St. Frances Cabrini, St. Joseph, St. Mary Magdalene, St. Patrick, St. Peter and St. Rose. The school was intended to fill the needs of the families in downtown and southeastern Omaha.

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Students attend mass, an act of worship involving the eucharist in the Roman Catholic Church, two times a week. The school also encourages parents to participate in Mass services. Students also have the opportunity to receive a confession service, referred to as the Sacrament of Reconciliation, every three months during the school year. All School Masses are held on any holy day when the students are in attendance.

During the month of May students honor Mary, the mother of Jesus in the Bible, through a crowning ceremony. The students proceed from St. Frances Cabrini Church to St. Joseph Church, during which time students pray the Rosary. The May Crowning Queen is elected from among the eighth grade girls. The teacher and administration give nominees to the Pastor for a final decision.

Students at All Saints Catholic School are taught traditional Catholic prayers and informal petition prayers over the course of their attendance.


Students are able participate in sports through the Catholic Youth Organization. Basketball is offered for both males and females, while only female students are also able to play volleyball and archery.

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