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All Saints Episcopal is a top-rated Private Christian school in Lubbock, serving children from 3-year-old Preschool through Grade Twelve. We provide students a vibrant and well-rounded program in academics, arts, athletics, service and spiritual growth.

We’d love to invite you to campus to see for yourself all the wonderful things All Saints has to offer! To schedule an appointment please contact Director of Admissions Paige McKay at 806-745-7701.

Legacy Committee

New Project Unveiled at Legacy

Head of School Robert Brashear shared exciting news with guests at the Legacy Event. The school’s recent endowment gift for the Chaplaincy will enable All Saints to have a full-time chaplain, and Rev. Paige McKay will become the school’s full-time chaplain next year.  In preparation for this transition, the school plans to renovate the library and create a space for a chaplain’s office and pastoral care center.  A new IT office will also be created and the remaining library spaces will be updated.  New learning resources will be added to meet the needs of students at each level.

We are very thankful that our private Christian school will now be able to offer a full-time chaplain to our faculty, staff, and students.

* Please contact Celeste Thompson @ cthompson@allsaintsschool.org to make a gift or click the button below to make an online donation.  Gifts of all sizes are welcomed and are tax deductible. 

Many thanks to all those who supported and attended the Legacy Event!  It was wonderful to be together again this year and enjoy great fellowship, food, and holiday fun.  We extend special thanks to our event sponsors, the amazing Legacy committee, and all who participated in the raffle, auctions, and made a donation to the renovation project.

ashby ywca january 11-home

Whitaker Receives Leadership Award

Senior Ashby Whitaker has been selected by the YWCA as the recipient of the prestigious Lubbock YWCA 2022 Women of Excellence Youth Leadership Award. The YWCA Women of Excellence Selection Committee chooses one outstanding recipient for the award based on the applicant’s plans to pursue post-secondary education studies upon graduation, her leadership potential through her involvement in extracurricular activities and/or service to school or community, and her demonstration of strong academic ability.

“It’s with great joy to know that Ashby Whitaker has been selected to receive the Women of Excellence award through the YWCA,”  High School Division Head Tammy Edmonson said.  “Ashby exudes so many incredible talents and strives to continually do her best academically while staying very involved in extracurricular activities at All Saints and in the community.”

Our graduates are leaders, innovators, and adventurers and possess the skills and commitment to make a difference in the world.

Krista and Matt Bumstead

Parents of one current Patriot student and two Patriot graduates

“All Saints is a community. We care for one another. We know one another. We strengthen & cheer for one another. That’s why we love All Saints.”

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"Prayer in action is love. Love in action is service." - Mother Theresa

Last week, our PLC chapel welcomed a special guest. All Saints alum (and son of PLC Program Coordinator Angela Robertson), Sawyer Robertson talked to our young Patriots about the importance of prayer in their lives. Sawyer used his own personal journey to encourage the children to take the time to pray every day. He continued by saying, "You know how you spend time with your friends? If you spend time talking to God, he becomes like a special friend to you."

Currently, Sawyer is a freshman at Mississippi State where he plays football and baseball for the university. The children, parents and teachers all appreciate Sawyer for living out service (and the All Saints Way) by sharing his heart with our youngest Patriots.
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Prayer in action is love. Love in action is service. - Mother Theresa

Last week, our PLC chapel welcomed a special guest.  All Saints alum (and son of PLC Program Coordinator Angela Robertson),  Sawyer Robertson talked to our young Patriots about the importance of prayer in their lives.  Sawyer used his own personal journey to encourage the children to take the time to pray every day.  He continued by saying, You know how you spend time with your friends?  If you spend time talking to God, he becomes like a special friend to you. 

Currently, Sawyer is a freshman at Mississippi State where he plays football and baseball for the university.  The children, parents and teachers all appreciate Sawyer for living out service (and the All Saints Way) by sharing his heart with our youngest Patriots.

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