Admissions Process

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST

We are delighted you are considering All Saints Episcopal School for your child.

We seek students who are kind-hearted, eager to learn, and actively engage in the life of the school community.

ADMISSIONS PROCESS

APPLICATION PROCESS

There are a few steps in the All Saints Admissions Process.  Bear in mind that at any time, guidance is only a phone call away – 806.745.7701.

Step 1:  Let us know you are interested.

Complete the online Inquiry Form to let us know All Saints is a school under your consideration.  In return, we will send to you a packet of information tailored to your interests.  A few days later, we follow up to make sure you received the packet, and are available to answer any questions you might have.

Step 2:  Visit us and explore All Saints in person.

Contact Abby Scioli at 806.745.7701 to schedule a time to visit All Saints.  Spending time on campus is the best way to learn more about the All Saints experience.  Meeting faculty and staff, observing students at work (and play!), and getting to see firsthand the quality of our school are vital parts of the admissions process.

Step 3:  Ready to apply.

Applications are available in each information packet we share:

ASES APPLICATION

You may mail, fax, email, or hand-deliver an application to our office.

Once an application is received in the office, we work with you throughout the rest of the enrollment process.  

Students applying to Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten do not take an admissions assessment. These students, along with their parents, schedule a time to meet with our Patriot Learning Center Program Coordinator for an interview.

There are a few steps in the All Saints Admissions Process.  Bear in mind that at any time, guidance is only a phone call away – 806.745.7701.

Step 1:  Let us know you are interested.

Complete the online Inquiry Form to let us know All Saints is a school under your consideration.  In return, we will send to you a packet of information tailored to your interests.  A few days later, we follow up to make sure you received the packet, and are available to answer any questions you might have.

Step 2:  Visit us and explore All Saints in person.

Contact Abby Scioli at 806.745.7701 to schedule a time to visit All Saints.  Spending time on campus is the best way to learn more about the All Saints experience.  Meeting faculty and staff, observing students at work (and play!), and getting to see firsthand the quality of our school are vital parts of the admissions process.

Step 3:  Ready to apply.

Applications are available in each information packet we share:

ASES APPLICATION

You may mail, fax, email, or hand-deliver an application to our office.

Once an application is received in the office, we work with you throughout the rest of the enrollment process.  Students applying to grades Kindergarten through High School are encouraged to spend a half or a whole day with us on campus.  In addition, students applying for admission into Kindergarten through High School are required to take an admissions assessment.  We require copies of the student’s previous year’s report card and standardized test scores, along with 1-2 teacher recommendation(s). 

There are a few steps in the All Saints Admissions Process.  Bear in mind that at any time, guidance is only a phone call away – 806.745.7701.

Step 1:  Let us know you are interested.

Complete the online Inquiry Form to let us know All Saints is a school under your consideration.  In return, we will send to you a packet of information tailored to your interests.  A few days later, we follow up to make sure you received the packet, and are available to answer any questions you might have.

Step 2:  Visit us and explore All Saints in person.

Contact Abby Scioli at 806.745.7701 to schedule a time to visit All Saints.  Spending time on campus is the best way to learn more about the All Saints experience.  Meeting faculty and staff, observing students at work, and getting to see firsthand the quality of our school are vital parts of the admissions process.

Step 3:  Ready to apply.

Applications are available in each information packet we share:

ASES APPLICATION

You may mail, fax, email, or hand-deliver an application to our office.

Once an application is received in the office, we work with you throughout the rest of the enrollment process.  Students applying to High School are encouraged to spend a half or a whole day with us on campus.  In addition, students applying for admission into High School may be required to take an admissions assessment.  We require copies of the student’s previous year’s report card and standardized test scores, along with 1-2 teacher recommendation(s).  Applicants and their parents will meet with the High School Division Head in the admissions process.

PERSONAL TOUR

Call 806.745.7701 or email to schedule a personal tour with Director of Admissions, Abby Scioli.

FACEBOOK

Visit the All Saints Facebook page to see what is happening at the school.

Applications are accepted at any time, and families interested in enrollment are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

Students applying for admission into Kindergarten through High School are required to take an admissions assessment.  We require copies of the student’s previous year’s report card and standardized test scores, along with teacher recommendation(s). 

 

All Saints raises funds that are used to provide tuition assistance to families with demonstrated need.  The school follows a process to distribute financial aid equitably.

Our goal is to help you navigate the process and provide support along the way.

 

Decisions for fall admissions start in March and continue throughout the spring and early summer. 

Our Director of Admissions,  Abby Scioli, reaches out to all new families to notify them of their acceptance and welcome them to All Saints. 

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