School History

We are an 11-18 Catholic mixed school and Sixth Form college situated in beautiful grounds on the borders of Surrey and Hampshire, midway between Farnham and Aldershot. Our school was opened in 1961, following the hard work and determination of the late Canon Daniel O’Hanlon, parish priest in Aldershot, with the support of local families, to ensure educational provision for Catholic families in the area.

The name All Hallows refers to all the Saints, all those who we believe have gone to be with God, and the superb sculpture above the main entrance was specially commissioned to reflect the school’s name.

All Hallows has expanded ever since its opening, now serving a catchment area of some 400 square miles, and we are celebrating our Golden Jubilee in 2011-2012. We provide Catholic education within the Diocese of Portsmouth, also taking a large number of pupils who live within the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton. Our school is founded on ‘gospel values’ and subject to availability of places, welcomes non-Catholic children whose parents wish to see them educated in a Christian environment.