We are glad you are joining us. Until we are safely able to gather together on campus, we are excited to offer a virtual viewing opportunity for our Grandparents and Special Friends Day Celebration. The students (and teachers) have worked hard. We hope that you will enjoy the program!
All Saints Episcopal School is proud to announce that its 17-member Class of 2021 has two seniors receiving honors by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Ash Bumstead and Sebastian Whitaker were named as National Merit Commended Scholars.
Congratulations to Senior Paige Schlehuber who was crowned Homecoming Queen and senior Ash Bumstead who was crowned Homecoming King on Friday during the Pep Rally.
The Homecoming Court Queen candidates were Jacklyn DeClerk, Kate Henderson, Sydney Locke, Presley Mills, and Paige Schlehuber. The King candidates included Jackson Bass, Ash Bumstead, Vincent Paone, Ross Rogers, and Graham St. Clair.
Thank you to all of our hard working faculty, staff, parents & students for making this year’s event so special!
As one of the only local high schools to be members of the American Chemistry Society, the All Saints Chemistry Club celebrates National Mole Day every October 23rd and shares their love of science with the high school students through a variety of chemistry experiments.
Mole Day was created by the American Chemistry Society as a way to foster interest in chemistry and is celebrated around the world every October 23 from 6:02 a.m. – 6:02 p.m. The celebration commemorates Avogadro’s Number (6.02 x 12), which is a basic measuring unit in chemistry. Schools celebrate the day with various activities related to chemistry.
The All Saints Chemistry Club presented an interactive presentation to all the high school students in which the students performed the experiments themselves along with the club members. Afterwards, the students completed a quick and fun quiz on their phones regarding the chemistry concepts taught.
Chemistry Club members are juniors Chase Farnsworth, Reagan Hunter, Alex Mercer, Logan Caffey, Ella Aycock, Andy Banister, and Caleb Hillin. Mr. Matt Ryan is the faculty adviser and Chase Farnsworth is the Club president. Students in grades 10-12 may join the Chemistry Club. ... See MoreSee Less
Seventeen high school students became members of the Sherry Fewin Chapter of National Honor Society (NHS) Thursday night during a formal induction ceremony in Kirby Commons.
NHS President Vincent Paone led the ceremony along with seniors Ash Bumstead, Kate Henderson, Sebastian Whitaker, and Graham St. Clair as they presented the attributes of an NHS member during a candle lighting ceremony. Head of School Bruce Latta led the inductees in the NHS pledge and presented each with their NHS Certificate of Membership and membership pin.
The new members are Ella Aycock (11), Andy Banister (11), Kevin Beasley (11), Logan Caffey (11), Haley Dickerson (11), Chase Farnsworth (11), Mia Garza (11), Jilayne Headrick (11), Caleb Hillin (11), Reagan Hunter (11), Spencer Johnson (11), Sydney Locke (12), Alexandra Mercer (11), Reese Rogers (11), GraceAnn Streit (11), Leah Vinson (11), and Ashby Whitaker (11).
Returning members are seniors Ash Bumstead, Kate Henderson, George Lipe, Luke Maples, Ethan Moore, Vincent Paone, Graham St. Clair, Paige Schlehuber, Eli Tran, and Sebastian Whitaker. Mrs. Kelly Beasley is the faculty adviser. ... See MoreSee Less
Each year at this time the Lubbock Arboretum hosts a Pumpkin Trail for the community. This year’s trail is open from October 22 – October 25. Our Middle School NJHS students enjoyed carving and donating pumpkins for this year’s trail! #asespride#PatriotPride... See MoreSee Less