Quick Facts

  • All Saints is the oldest private school in Lubbock
  • 100% of All Saints graduates have been accepted to college since 1995.
  • 25% of all area National Merit Semi-Finalists and Commended Scholars are All Saints alumni
  • In the last 5 years, 7 area high school valedictorians and salutatorians attended All Saints
  • Private School Interscholastic Association (PSIA) championships:
    • All Saints has competed in PSIA for five years. During that time, 52 individual ASES students have advanced to the State competition. Many of those students advanced in multiple categories.
  • All Saints students have received the following honors and awards:   Class Valedictorian, Commencement Speaker, Student Body President, Mr. Monterey High School, Senior Class President, Mr. Coronado High Finalist, Junior Class President, Lubbock High All Westerner Girl, All-Westerner Boy Finalist, Varsity Cheerleader, Pom Squad, Class Favorites, All State and National Youth Orchestra, Teens of the Month, Yearbook Editor, Homecoming Queen, Newspaper Editor, Orchestra President, Prom Queen, School Mascots, Miss Teen Lubbock USA, Bell Crew Members, Homecoming Court, Sports Team Captains, Academic Decathlon Team, (State Championship Team, 3rd in USA)
  • All Saints students have received recognition in the following athletic areas:
    • Varsity basketball, football, tennis, volleyball, softball, soccer, swimming, track, golf, and cross country,
    • All City/All South Plains/Scholar-Athlete in football,
    • All-District recognition in tennis, basketball, volleyball, swimming, softball, and football,
    • State Champions in tennis,
    • Participants in college athletics include tennis, softball, volleyball, and basketball.
  • Since 1995 most former All Saints students have been in the National Honor Society at their respective high schools. Several students have participated on award-winning teams in Robotics, Math/Science, and Academic Decathlon.
  • Journalism:
    • In the last three years, All Saints has had the only sophomore to work on the Coronado High School yearbook.
    • A sophomore student who graduated from All Saints served as news editor for the Lubbock High school newspaper.
  • Community Service:
    • All grades participate in some type of community service project. 2nd-8th grades volunteer on a regular basis with different organizations in the Lubbock community.
    • The U-Can Share Food Drive is lead by the middle school student council and involves school-wide participation. In 2011, All Saints donated 5,836 cans.
    • Students, Faculty, and Staff participate in the United Way drive, and raised a total of $7586.80 in 2011.