All Saints Episcopal School is committed to providing a classical education for the whole child, recognizing that each has different gifts, talents, and abilities, while challenging the mind and body and nurturing the spirit. All children who come to us will develop a foundation of academic skills, spiritual awareness, and self-worth that enables them to become intellectual and social contributors to the world.
All Saints Episcopal School is a traditional institution with a solid educational program shaped by a dedication to revealing and developing the worth and dignity of the individual student – inspiring each mind and igniting each heart.
Using a variety of approaches, the teachers strive to develop each student's ability to make decisions and assume responsibility for those decisions. Consideration of uniqueness of the individual is a basic factor of the overall learning program. All Saints is a supportive community that fosters the knowledge of self and others while emphasizing learning as a life-long process.
All Saints also believes that a classical education leads to the development of moral understanding and humane leadership. Our challenging academic curriculum emphasizes high expectations in the classroom and seeks in the mind of each student the assimilation of the knowledge of humanity's great physical, intellectual, and spiritual achievements. Self-discipline, attention to detail, and the satisfaction of a job well-done are important features of the program.
The school provides for the physical development of its students through active physical education and athletic programs. Students learn the importance of taking care of themselves, the value of good sportsmanship, and the joys of participating in sports.
Our daily chapel services encourage students to discover the presence of God in their lives and to respect all religions of the world as sources of knowledge and truth. The school is committed to serving a diverse, interfaith student body.
All Saints is committed to the nurturing of decent, loving, and responsible human beings. The school provides a climate where the values of community, self-worth, compassion, respect, service, and responsibility are taught as part of the school's tradition. The school provides an atmosphere in which each person is encouraged to reach their potential, and thus take their place as an involved and responsible citizen.