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 Queen of All Saints High School for Girls

Information provided by S. Catherine Connolly, CSJ

Opened: September 1922

Closed: circa June 1960

Staffed by: Sisters of St. Joseph, Brentwood

Founding pastor: Monsignor Coan

Founding principal: Sister Mary Angelita, CSJ

Affiliated with: Queen of All Saints Parish

Principal: S. Mary Thecla, S. Natalie Maria

Faculty members: S. Mary Benjamina, S. Theresa Francesca, S. Mary Theotine, S. Agnita Marie, A. Mary Illuminata, S. Mary Lucinda, S. Agnes Carmel, S. Rose Margaret, S. Lucretia, S. Mary Janet, S. Ann Margaret

Queen of All Saints High School was opened in 1922 by Monsignor Coan, pastor of the parish of the same name. QofAS began as a two-year high school with a mainly commercial course of study. Beginning in 1926, students who completed their first two years of study at Queen of All Saints were transferred to Bishop McDonnell Memorial High School to complete their next two years of study. Queen of All Saints High School was one of the largest of the two-year high school/annexes with a steady enrollment of 330-350. Like those at Bishop McDonnell Memorial, the students at Qof AS did not wear uniforms. The school was closed circa 1960 as the diocese made way for the six diocesan-sponsored newer and larger schools. The parish elementary school had also grown so large that it need more and more classroom space which it took from Queen of All Saints.