Student & Teacher Missionaries Continue to do Good Work through All Saints Academy

All Saints Academy may have closed its classroom doors, but its mission to persevere in faith and love is wide open! In 2012 & 2013 ASA sent a group of parents, students, and teachers to Kingston, Jamaica to serve the poor alongside the Brothers at the Missionaries of the Poor with Father Richard Hulong.

Former ASA teacher Allyson Young and her husband are taking another group of students to Kingston in June 2016. Please help support them by donating. All donations will be applied towards the students' and chaperones' travel expenses. Any money raised over travel expenses will be used to purchase needed supplies for the Brothers or donated directly to the Missionaries of the Poor.

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Not only do our children get an excellent education, but also they are given love, individual attention, and exposure to children of all walks of life. My children have been "fed" the spirit of faith and set upon a path of Christ.

— Parent of Typically Developing Children
I have been at ASA since the beginning. There are many great assets about the school, but the one that really stands out to me is its student-teacher relationship.

— 8th Grade Student
Between the loving teachers who are willing to experiment with different methods for teaching my child with special needs, and the classmates who understand interacting with them, we've found a place to call home...

— Parent of Child with Special Needs

Jamaica Mission Project

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