In the 2002-2003 school year, six parishes in Palm Beach County’s north end of the Diocese of Palm Beach built their first regional inter-parochial school naming it All Saints Catholic School. The six parish communities of St. Christopher in Hobe Sound, The Cathedral Parish of St. Ignatius Loyola in Palm Beach Gardens, St. Jude in Tequesta, St. Paul of the Cross in Singer Island, St. Patrick in North Palm Beach, and St. Peter in Jupiter decided that a Catholic school was not only wanted but needed for the children of their parishes. The building includes three classrooms for grades Pre-Kindergarten through eight with separate areas designed for Art, Music, Foreign Language, a Faculty Lounge, Media Center, Computer Laboratory, Gymnasium, and a full-service Cafeteria. The school complex sits on ten acres of land.

During its year of construction the pastors of these six parishes, hired All Saints’ first principal, Mrs. Mary Beth Quick. That same year the Board of Pastors selected Rev. Thomas Vengayil to be their first Pastor Moderator. This was most appropriate since Rev. Thomas Vengayil had been instrumental in encouraging the building of All Saints Catholic School.All Saints Catholic School opened their doors on August 13, 2003 to the very first students and their families. That year the school served 234 students between the grades of Pre-Kindergarten four-year-olds through fourth grade. There were three classrooms of Pre-Kindergarten and kindergarten and one classroom each from first through fourth. That year the faculty totaled 27 members. On November 1st, All Saints Day, with many of the school’s major benefactors and local dignitaries present, All Saints was dedicated with a liturgy at St. Peter’s followed by a dedication ceremony and school open house presided over by The Most Reverend, Bishop Gerald M. Barbarito, Bishop of the Diocese of Palm Beach. With the continued support of our present pastors and their parish communities, All Saints Catholic School looks to their future with the belief and faith that God sustains them in all that they do for His children and that with the Spirit all things have been and will be possible.