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After earning an outstanding $3.4 million in merit scholarships, 18 seniors received their diplomas June 13 from All Saints Episcopal School in an outdoor Commencement exercise at an unexpected location.
Not only is the graduation a milestone in the lives of the 18 graduates learning how to cope during the COVID-19 pandemic; it is also the school’s fifth graduation at the new high school.
Robotics Team Creates Face Shield Components for First Responders
Realizing first hand that Lubbock’s medical community needed more Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as they work with patients infected with COVID-19, the All Saints Robotics Team – the Iron Patriots, joined in a community effort to use 3D printers to make protective face shields.
“Building on Strength is much more than a beautiful building, great technology, and innovative curriculum. It’s a statement,” Head of School Bruce Latta said. “All Saints will do whatever it takes to prepare children to thrive in our rapidly changing world.”
Every gift no matter how big or how small makes a difference in a child’s education. Thank you for investing in our students.
“Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting. So… get on your way!” Dr. Seuss
All Saints sophomore Brandon Shaw will vie for the championship title for the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships held this week at Loretta Lynn’s ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.
With 36 classes competing for an AMA National Championship the 2020 roster of participants is stacked full of the finest amateur talent in the world. Well over 1,000 riders will be chasing the most coveted title in amateur motocross, with many hoping a strong ride at Loretta's can open up doors for a pro career.
He is a nationally ranked motocross racer and has competed and won the Texas State Championship. Brandon first qualified for the Amateur National Motorcross Championships when he was only ten years old.
The red A++ stickers that are placed on the front and side plates of his bike are only given to those riders who can provide a report card to show they are on the MotorcrossHonor Roll.
Brandon, All Saints sends you best wishes for safe successful races along with many prayers for your safety. ... See MoreSee Less
Well, our live feed didn’t work as planned! Sorry about that! Chaplain Paige will get it worked out before tomorrow morning, she promises! She’s off of pour some of that Grace from her bucket on herself and her WiFi connection. See you soon and know that you are Loved! #asespride... See MoreSee Less