Current Session Info

Tennis Clinic - Spring 2018

Join your friends and have some fun while being introduced to the sport of tennis. Students will be taught by tennis coaches from Harper's Point. No experience or equipment is necessary. ALL equipment is being provided by Harper's! We do need 3-4 parent volunteers for each session. Parents will need to arrive by 2:50 pm to help set up and understand lessons for the day. There are 2 sessions with 16 spots available in each session.

Girls Field Hockey Fall 2018

We are again excited to be offering the opportunity for girls entering the 5th-8th grades to learn fundamental skills needed to play field hockey. While we will be scheduling games during the fall season, the primary focus will be on learning the game and developing skills. The teams will be divided into a 5th/6th grade team and a 7th/8th grade team.
This opportunity is open to girls who attend local catholic schools and/or are active members of a local catholic parish.
Due to the limited number of teams in the area, away games will be played during the week as well as on the weekends and may involve driving to Oxford, Dayton or Columbus(weekends only). The game schedule is still being worked out but if we travel to Columbus it will likely be for a play day format or to have multiple games at one location. Practice will run from August to October and be held in the evening twice a week locally.
Players will be able to borrow sticks to play but will need shin guards, goggles, and a mouth guard. This year we are hoping to offer an equipment package to purchase at a discounted price (details coming).
We are looking for parents and/or coaches to help with both teams. Please contact Mike Ward ( with interest/questions.

Fall 2018 Football Season

Football is a GCYL (Greater Catholic Youth League) sponsored sport. The GCYL includes all Catholic youth football programs in the city. The league has programs for boys K-8 grades. In K-2, they have the Bandit program with special rules focused on learning the game. The league programs normally have teams at the 3rd & 4th grade, Pony; 5th & 6th grade, Reserve; and 7th & 8th grade, Varsity levels.

St. Vincent Ferrer and Good Shepherd parishes are part of the Rocks football program. If your child attends either of these parishes, please email our treasurer for the booster fee reimbursement.

Please contact Tom Fitz ( for any questions.

Getting Help

If you need help with the registration process, click here to submit a request, or contact:

For assistance with Tennis Clinic,

For assistance with Girls Field Hockey,

For assistance with Football,

For more information, visit the All Saints Boosters website at



The All Saints Parish Athletic Booster Organization offers a wide variety of sports programs for parish children full of opportunities to enrich your soul and gather as a family. The purpose and function of this organization is to model and teach sportsmanship in a Christian environment.


Per archdiocese rules, in order to be eligible to participate with the All Saints teams, players must be either a registered student at All Saints Parish School or an active parishioner of All Saints (defined as registered and attending religious education through All Saints Parish). Other parishes may partner with All Saints for certain sports; players must be registered students or active parishioners of those partner parishes in order to play. Once you create a family account, you will be able to register each child for open programs in the appropriate age group.

For first time users, please set-up an account by clicking the LOG IN button and select Create A New Account Link. Please be sure to use only one account per family. When registering, our system accepts VISA® and Mastercard®.

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