Extracurriculars & High School Placement
Before and After School Care
Before and After School Care is a service for working families with schedules outside the normal hours of the school day. The program is available for All Saints students in Nursery through Grade 4. Daily activities are tailored to the developmental needs of students, and include time for gross motor play, snack, stories, and an opportunity for supervised homework.
- Before School Care: 7:30am – 8:05am
- After School Care: 3:15pm – 6:00pm
All Saints Enrichment Program Mission
The mission of the All Saints Enrichment Program is to provide a convenient way for students to “get their feet wet” by trying a new activity. Students benefit from the talents of our own staff as well as outside providers, who share something truly unique that extends the options offered during the school day.
Enrichment Program courses are offered for All Saints’ students at all grade levels. There are 3 Enrichment Program sessions.
- Fall Session – 12 weeks
- Winter Session – 8 weeks
- Spring Session – 8 weeks
All Saints Clubs
Middle School students have the opportunity to join a variety of clubs that meet at lunch time or after school. In addition, students can propose clubs if they can identify a faculty advisor. Below is a sampling of offerings.
National Junior Art Honor Society
This unique organization showcases students’ artistic abilities, promotes art education, and implements arts-based community service.
National Jr. Art Honor Society
This unique organization provides an opportunity to showcase students’ artistic abilities, promote art education, and implement arts based community service. By becoming a member you will be initiated into an organization that includes thousands of other Middle School students across the country. NJAHS at All Saints has completed a mural for the school play yard, created live art at the annual Youth Rocks Out for Ecuador Show, taught art to students during Youth Art Month and added gorgeous elements to the Endangered Species Hat Show and so much more! In order to maintain your status in NJAHS you must sustain an A- average (90 and up) and participate in NJAHS meetings and activities. To be eligible for NJAHS you must also have no lower than an A- in art the prior year.
Eco Saints Club
Eco Saints is dedicated to All Saints’ mission to help develop “a responsibility for this planet and gratitude for its beauty.”
Eco Saints Club
Saints-4-Service Club is made up of students in Grades 4-8 who are committed to making the world a better place.
Saints-4-Service Club is made up of students in grades 4-8 who are committed to making the world a better place. Students volunteer their time each week to work on a variety of projects to help our school, our city, and our world. This year students decided to split our club into three focus areas- animals, people, and the environment. Students are working on a wide range of projects including care packages for homeless people, fundraising for the Liberty Science Center, and gardening and tree planting in Hoboken.
The club is run by Ms. Nguyen, Ms. Wisniewski, and Ms. Beesley. We meet weekly on Wednesdays from 3:15-4:15.
Athletics at All Saints
Individual achievement is certainly encouraged at All Saints, but the real focus in athletics is on teamwork and developing a healthy competitive spirit. The attitude that a team brings to every event reflects the love for the sport or activity and the belief in the team. All Saints offers a competitive basketball team, after school enrichment programs that introduce students to athletic skills, and assistance to parents in networking with the extensive community of organized athletics offered in our urban environment.
Students in Third through Eighth Grade are eligible to play basketball as part of the Hoboken Department of Recreation’s School League. Each of our basketball teams practice at least once a week from December to March, with each season typically running from January to March.
All Saints High School Placement
The Director of High School Placement and a team of case managers support students and their families as they transition to high school. Finding the best fit for each of our individual students is of primary importance. The Director of HS Placement regularly networks with schools of interest, organizes opportunities for strengthening interview skills and test prep skills, and communicates with families regarding school fair and Open House opportunities, application deadlines, and school/family responsibilities.