Academics

Connecting Students With Their Community, Their Country and the World

Our global approach rooted in the heart of Rockford, Illinois

All Saints Catholic Academy is paving the way for academic learning on a global scale by introducing students to relevant topics. Rockford families have a growing awareness of global social justice and environmental issues. In addition to classroom instruction, your child will learn about the cultures and customs of our eight supporting parishes. Covering the central, west, and south side of Rockford, our parishes celebrate feast days, honor traditions, and model spiritual communities for our students.

A Little Bit About...

Art – In Mrs. Pierce’s classroom, her mission is to create a fun, safe, and inspiring environment for all students to explore all aspects of different mediums and visual art. Her goal is to build their self-confidence as they grow into creative thinkers and lifelong learners.

Fourth Grade – Mrs. Hubner is a dedicated teacher with a gift for managing a classroom that is both exciting and challenging. Organized and driven with an innate ability to make students love learning, she uses effective methods of teaching while focusing on the individual needs of each student. Math - Triple-digit multiplication, Long division, Fractions, and Decimals. Literature - Accelerated Reader Program, Novel Based, Book Reports, Closed Reading. Language - Six Traits of Writing. Religion - The Ten Commandments and Beatitudes. Science - STEM, Earth Science, and Physical Science. Social Studies - Illinois and United States Studies. Fourth Grade also spends time in Art, Spanish, P.E., and Technology classes throughout the week.


Middle School Religion and English– Miss Peters: 


Religion: Middle School is a time for students to grow in their faith. Sixth Graders learn more about God as they read the stories of the Old Testament. Exploring the four Gospels enables Seventh Graders to learn more about the life of Jesus. As Eighth Graders, students learn about the Church and the role of the Holy Spirit. Participating in service projects, altar serving, and being prayer leaders gives Middle School students many opportunities to put their faith into action. 


English: Middle School is a time for students to strengthen and practice the foundational skills for writing, speaking, and listening. Students utilize the conventions of writing to produce different forms of writing using the writing process and the six traits of writing. Participating in a variety of activities gives Middle School students many opportunities to put into action speaking and listening skills.