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June 14, 2022

Table of Contents

– A Letter from Robert Brashear
– TAPPS 2A Best Overall High School
– Fine Arts Teacher of the Year
– Fine Arts Student of the Year
– Class of 2022 Honors and Recognition
– Middle School Wins State PSIA
– Proven Patriot Awards
– Eighth Grade Celebration
– Track and Field State Champions


– Parental Controls for Electronics

– State PSIA
– Summer Reading Assignments
– 2022-23 School Supply List

– MS Wins State PSIA
– Summer Reading Assignments
– 2022-23 School Supply List

– HS Awards Banquet
– Junior Investiture Ceremony
– College Admissions Preparation
– 2022-23 NHS Officers
– HS Supply List
– International Science Fair
– Coaches Corner

Remaining Lunch Balances | Other Miscellaneous Expenses
Last week our business office closed out all of the remaining lunch and other miscellaneous balances. This includes lunch expenses on the EZ Lunch app, lost or damaged electronic equipment or books, and May afternoon fun expenses. If you had any outstanding balances on your account, your Smart Tuition account was billed.

*Several tuition accounts were already paid in full before these miscellaneous expenses were added.  Please check your accounts before the payment due date to avoid late fee charges!

If you had a credit balance on the EZ Lunch App, the school will reimburse you.  All families who have a credit balance will receive a check later this month or early July.

If you have any questions, contact Dana McNeice in the school business office at 806-745-7701 or through email at

A  Letter from our Head of School

Dear Patriot Family,

On behalf of the faculty and staff at All Saints, I hope everyone is enjoying a restful, productive and fun summer.  It is a well-deserved break for all and a chance to recharge, improve, prepare and get excited for another successful and challenging school year in 2022-23. Your administration, faculty and staff are hard at work reviewing and improving processes and procedures in several areas including school safety, curriculum and instruction, extracurricular offerings, staffing and facility upgrades.  It is great to see so many of our young Patriots back on campus for a busy summer of outstanding academic, athletic and fine art camps.  

Congratulations to our high school students, faculty and staff on earning their second Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) Henderson Cup Championship.  All Saints was named as the most outstanding 2A high school in Texas by TAPPS for this past school year by securing the Henderson Cup.  The award is a compilation of points awarded for championships and successes at the state level in academics, athletics and fine arts.  The team and individual successes are impressive with team State Championships in Academics (second year in a row), Dance, Volleyball, Boys Golf, Girls and Boys Tennis and Field Band. In addition to those team state championships, One Act Play, Fall Girls and Boys Team Tennis, Boys Match Play Golf and Boys Cross Country finished as State Runner Up.  The list of individual state champion and runner up titles in conjunction with the team successes is too lengthy to list.  This accomplishment acknowledges the hard work and commitment to excellence by so many of our students and faculty. 

For me, the overwhelming success of our high school and the quality of the graduates offer a great picture of All Saints as a whole.  We only have to look at the foundations that are being built academically, athletically and in fine arts in the Patriot Learning Center, Lower School and the Middle School to see where the magic is happening.  After a two-year break due to COVID the Private School Interscholastic Association (PSIA) competition returned last spring. All Saints picked up where they left off prior to COVID with a repeat state academic championship and a state championship in One Act Play for our middle school division.  Our first through fourth grade students also had success with several students advancing to the state competition.  The All Saints experience is forging a strong foundation in academics, athletics, fine arts, service beyond self and spiritual growth.

Getting a break from the non-stop schedule of the last six weeks of school gives us a chance to  gain perspective on what it means to develop and educate the “whole child.”  All Saints is a special place and stands alone in our region with its pursuit of excellence in all areas. We should all be thankful to be a part of the All Saints community of students, families, teachers and staff and the ever increasing number of graduates and alumni.  It is great to be an All Saints Patriot!

On behalf of everyone at All Saints have a fantastic summer break! We will be ready for a great 2022-23 school year and look forward to seeing you in August.   

With Patriot Pride,

Robert Brashear
Head of School

All Saints Wins Best Overall High School in TAPPS 2A

Over the weekend, Athletic Director Kyle Simons and Fine Arts Director Shane Strawbridge traveled to Waco to receive the award earned by our high school, the coveted Henderson Cup.  All Saints was named the most outstanding 2A private high school in Texas and received the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) highest honor – the Henderson Championship Cup for the 2021-2022 school year.  This is the second time All Saints has won the Henderson Cup in the high school’s ten year history. All Saints won the Henderson Cup in 2016 as a 1A school.

All Saints surpassed 36 other 2A TAPPS high schools to earn the title.  The distinguished Henderson Championship Cup recognizes one school from each classification as the highest-ranking school in the state within that classification.  All Saints High School received the Henderson Cup by earning the most points through academic, athletic, and fine arts competitions. All Saints is the only private school in the Lubbock area to win the prestigious Henderson Championship Cup in recent years.

“Winning the Henderson Cup again is an outstanding accomplishment for the students, faculty and staff we have at All Saints High School,” Head of School Robert Brashear said. “The overwhelming and continuing success of All Saints at the high school state level in academics, athletics and fine arts is a testament to the culture and pursuit of excellence in all disciplines at All Saints, from our youngest pre-school Patriots to our high school graduates. The future is bright at All Saints and we welcome the challenges of the upcoming school year.”

With a total of 86 points to win the Henderson Cup, All Saints compiled 54 state championships, including Fine Arts Teacher of the Year and Fine Arts Female Student of the Year.  The athletic teams had four team state championships, six individual championships, four team state runner-up finishes, two state finalist finishes, and two bi-district finishes.  The Fine Arts department ended the year with six state championships and one state runner up title while the Academics Department was the overall state academic champions as well as earning 12 state championships (2 team championships in Yearbook, and Speech & Debate) as well as ten individual state championships. All first place finishes are a state championship.

In addition, the high school band won the 2021 Field Band State Championship last fall for all Divisions 1A-6A and the tennis and golf teams were State Runner-Up in the 2021 Fall Team Tennis and Fall Team Golf State Championships for Divisions 1A-6A. These championships currently do not contribute to the overall Henderson Cup points tally.

“I’m so pleased for our high school students and faculty to have achieved the accomplishment of receiving the Henderson Championship Cup!  This prestigious award is a reflection of the outstanding and extremely talented and dedicated high school students who continually push themselves in many of the academic, fine arts and athletics activities offered at All Saints Episcopal School,” High School Division Head Tammy Edmonson said.  “Our faculty’s high standards and rigor have helped to build the many successful achievements our students have experienced.  It’s exciting to see how our students will continue to excel this coming school year.”

Congratulations to the high school students, teachers and staff!  Well done.  (To learn more, click the “News” tab from the top menu bar)

Fine Arts Teacher of the Year

Shane Strawbridge

Fine Arts Director Shane Strawbridge was presented with the 2022 Linda Wolfe Fine Arts Leadership Award at the TAPPS Annual Convention on Friday.

Mrs. Linda Wolfe served on the TAPPS Executive Board and as the Fine Arts Chair during her tenure. During her time, she oversaw tremendous growth of the TAPPS Fine Arts program and worked with many of the fine arts teachers in member schools.  This award honors Mrs. Wolfe and is presented annually to the fine arts teacher of the year who has been nominated by TAPPS member schools.

Mr. Strawbridge joined the All Saints team as Theatre Director in the fall of 2020 and led the high school one act play team to a State Championship in his first year.  He accepted the role of Fine Arts Director in November of 2021. Under his leadership, the All Saints Fine Arts team has earned the following awards and recognition:  2021 One Act Play (OAP) State Runner Up with one student earning OAP Best Actress and three members named to the OAP All Star Cast, Field Band State Champions, Dance Team State Champions with two members of the dance team earning individual Solo Championships, Division One Solo Cello Champion and the Fine Arts Female Student of the Year.

Congratulations to Mr. Shane Strawbridge on this great honor and well-deserved recognition!

Female Fine Arts Student of the Year

Maddie Matthews

Incoming senior Maddie Matthews was named the 2021-22 TAPPS 2A Female Fine Arts Student of the Year!  This award is presented to one student in each classification who is nominated by TAPPS member schools and selected by the TAPPS organization.

Maddie is a member of the four person TAPPS 2A State Champion Dance team and received a Superior Rating in Solo Dance this year.   Matthews is also a member of the 2021-22 TAPPS 2A Speech and Debate State Champion team with individual state gold medals in Oratory and Persuasive Speaking.

Matthews is coached by Mrs. Cassidy Peters in Dance and Mr. J.T. Seymore in Speech and Debate.

Congratulations to Maddie!

2022 Valedictorians and Salutatorian; Man and Woman of Character Recepients

The Class of 2022 Valedictorian and Salutatorian announcement took an exciting twist. Two seniors earned exactly the same final GPA of 4.889 after attending All Saints High School for all four years. Reese Morgan Rogers and Hope Ashby Whitaker are the 2022 Valedictorians. Mia Danielle Garza earned the next highest GPA with 4.849 and is the 2022 Salutatorian.


Valedictorian Reese Rogers

Valedictorian Reese Morgan Rogers is one of two who received the  Senior Proven Patriot award.  Rogers was a member of the Varsity Basketball, Track, and Volleyball teams and has earned state honors in each sport. This year she won her second consecutive TAPPS 2A State Championship in Long Jump as well as being a member of the State Volleyball Championship team. It is worth noting that because of her tremendous academic and athletic achievements, 22 universities to which Rogers had not applied contacted her to offer her enrollment and scholarships. Rogers has been a member of the Varsity Mock Trial team for four years and has competed in the Regional Mock Trial Competition all four years and earned awards for both Best Witness and Best Attorney numerous times during the contests. She is a member of the National Honor Society and has attended All Saints since preschool.  Her parents are Stephanie and Kirk Rogers. She will attend Texas Tech University Honors College and major in Biology.


Valedictorian Ashby Whitaker

Valedictorian Ashby Hope Whitaker also received the school’s Senior Proven Patriot award.  She was also named a Proven Patriot her sophomore year.  Her accomplishments are vast whether they are academic or athletic in nature.  This spring the Lubbock YWCA awarded her with their 2022 Women of Excellence Youth Leadership Award. Whitaker is a member of the State Championship Debate and Speech Team, State Championship Varsity Tennis Team, State Academic Championship Team, Vice President of the National Honor Society, State Championship Field Band, Varsity Band, and Jazz Band, as well as a senior member of the All Saints Honor Council. She has attended All Saints since the fifth grade when her family moved to Lubbock.  Whitaker’s parents are Dana and Jeff Whitaker.  She will join her brother, Sebastian (Class of 2021), next fall when she begins college at the University of Notre Dame du Lac and majors in International Relations.


Salutatorian and Woman of Character Mia Garza

Salutatorian Mia Garza was named by the high school faculty as the 2022 Woman of Character, which epitomizes a character of integrity, maturity, compassion, joy, purposefulness, and commitment. College Board recognized Garza last fall as a National Hispanic Scholar. Garza began her tenure at All Saints as a four-year-old Pre-Kindergarten student and has excelled in academics, athletics, and fine arts since her first day. She is a member of the 2022 TAPPS 2A State Academic Championship Team.  She began playing the cello as a nine-year-old student in the school’s Beginning Orchestra and has continued in the High School Orchestra now as the Principal Cello and Novice Double Bass player.  Garza has played in the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) All Region Orchestra and Texas Private School Music Educators Association (TPSMEA) All Region Orchestra and has earned Superior Ratings in the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) State Solo and Ensemble contests. She is a gifted graphic artist as well as a talented musician.  Garza was named as the TAPPS 2A State Champion in Digital Art in 2021 and earned TAPPS State sixth place this year for her digital graphic. She is a member of the National Honor Society and also serves on the school’s Honor Council. Garza has played on the Girls Varsity Basketball team all four years. Her parents are Lily and Ricardo Garza.  She will attend Lubbock Christian University Honors College next fall and major in Criminal Justice.

Man of Character

Man of Character Spencer Johnson

Spencer Johnson was named by the high school faculty as the 2022 Man of Character, which epitomizes a character of integrity, maturity, compassion, joy, purposefulness, and commitment. Earlier this spring, Johnson was awarded the Nancy Anderson Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) 2022 Good Citizen of the Year Award. Seniors selected for the award must demonstrate dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism.  At All Saints, he was a member of the National Honor Society,  Mock Trial, football team, basketball team, track and field team, tennis team,  band, jazz band,  and is a Student Council Officer.  He was selected as the 2021 Homecoming King and named a Mock Trial Outstanding Witness at the 2022 Regional Mock Trial Competition. In addition, he has received numerous football district awards. When not at school, Johnson helps the Audio Visual team at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church.

He will attend Texas Christian University Honors College (TCU) and major in Finance. Johnson has attended All Saints for 13 years with brief interruptions in the first, second, and third grades when his family moved to Amarillo. His parents are Ali and Shawn Johnson.  His sister, Elizabeth, is a sophomore at All Saints.

Class of 2022

Grad Poster

The 21 members of the Class of 2022 have proven to be an exceptional group of young men and women.   Together they were accepted into 53 universities with Merit Scholarships totaling $4.4 million.

Eight students are leaving Texas to attend school: The University of Notre Dame du Lac in Notre Dame; Auburn University, The University of Arkansas; The University of Denver; the Colorado School of Mines; The University of Tennessee; The University of Utah; and Clemson University School of Nursing.

Four students will attend school somewhere in Texas other than Lubbock: one at The University of Texas at Dallas; one at Texas Christian University Honors College; and two at Baylor University.

The remaining nine students have decided to stay in Lubbock to attend Texas Tech University with four of the seven also enrolling in Tech’s Honor College.  The remaining two who have decided to stay in Lubbock will attend Lubbock Christian University Honors College and South Plains College. We look forward to hearing about the amazing things that lie ahead for these bright young graduates.

Congratulations to the Class of 2022! The sky’s the limit.

Middle School Wins State PSIA Academic Competition

On Wednesday, May 25, Doug Ray, the Executive Director of the Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA), visited All Saints to present the Middle School team with their First Place State Championship trophy. PSIA is a Texas statewide organization that sponsors academic and fine arts competitions in 19 events for students in grades 1-8. The State Meet was held on May 7 at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. All Saints sent a team of 25 students to compete in 40 events.

In addition to recognizing the outstanding work of our students at the meet, Mr. Ray also presented eighth grade student Nate Bumstead with a PSIA scholarship of $200 for his participation and four gold medal finishes since 2017.

Success at PSIA would not happen without the support of many parents and friends. A very special thank you to the following people who traveled to Fort Worth to direct, assist the director, judge, grade, and monitor hallways at the state meet:  Ashleigh Brewer, Charley Brewer, Matt Bumstead, Gabriela Cervera, Dorothy Davis, Shaili Felton, Harvinder Gill, Priya Gill, Andrew Jeffreys, Diana Jimenez, Beckey Lipe, Wendy Needham, Candice Simons, Mandy Wilbur, and Shane Strawbridge.

*For a detailed list of all of the individual state champions and results, please see the PLC / LS News and MS News sections!

High School Proven Patriot Awards

The high school year culminates with an Awards Banquet recognizing students for their academic, athletic, and fine arts achievements.  One of the highlights of the evening is the recognition of three students from each grade level who are selected as Proven Patriots.  This award is given to the students who exemplify the All Saints traditions of academic achievement, extracurricular participation, community service, and leadership. Students are selected by the high school administration, faculty, and coaching staff. Congratulations to this year’s recipients!  For a complete list of award winners, go to the High School News section.

The All Saints Episcopal School Proven Patriots awards are selected by the high school administration, faculty, and coaching staff for the high school students exemplifying the All Saints traditions of academic achievement, extracurricular participation, community service, and leadership.

Eighth Grade Celebration

Dylan Caffey

Deklan White

Lia Liu

To honor our eighth grade students as they embark on a new chapter in high school, All Saints holds a special end-of-the-year celebration for our eighth grade class.  This is a special evening for our students and their families and a great way to end their middle school journey.

Three special awards were presented during the evening: the Patriot Ambassador, the Monty Vogel Award, and the Aaron Hoffman Award. The Patriot Ambassador Award is given to the student who most exemplifies the All Saints Way through their relationships, behavior, and overall character. Mrs. Becky Gonzales presented this award to Deklan White. The Monty Vogel Award is given each year to the student with the highest grade point average in the eighth grade class. Mr. Paul Belk was given the honor of presenting this award to Lia Liu. The final award of the evening was the Aaron Hoffman Award. This honor is given to the student who “lives life to the fullest by making every day count.” Announced by Mrs. Marlise Boyles who was a classmate and friend of Aaron Hoffman, the 2022 Aaron Hoffman Award was presented to Dylan Caffey.

Congratulations to Deklan, Lia, Dylan and all of the eighth grade students on a job well done!

The evening concluded with a moving video showcasing pictures of all the students over the years. The eighth grade parents would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Krista Bumstead for organizing and putting the video together and to Amanda Mead for decorations and arranging the details of the evening. As the students continue their education in high school, we wish them all the best!

Track and Field State Champions

Lee Taylor - State Champion
Rogers and Taylor (1)

Our Patriot Track and Field team brought home 3 State Champion medals!  Senior Reese Rogers won her second consecutive TAPPS 2A state title in the Women’s Long Jump while junior Lee Taylor won both the TAPPS 2A Men’s 1600, and 3200m runs.

Lee went on to participate at the TTFCA Meet of Champions held in San Antonio on May 20.  In order to qualify for this elite race, athletes must meet the qualifying standards or be a 2022 State Champion from any sanctioned Texas conference including UIL, TAPPS, SPC, TCAF, Texas State Homeschool, and TCAL.  Lee ran his personal best and won his heat in the 1600m race with a time of 4.21 and placed 8th in the state. Due to scheduling conflicts, Lee qualified but was not able to race the 3200m.

Congratulations to Reese, Lee and all of our Track and Field State qualifiers.

To learn more and see all state Track and Field results, go to our Coaches Corner under High School News.

Upcoming Summer Camps

Art Camps

June 13th-17th (Theme: Disney, Grades K-5th, 9 am-12 pm, M-F)

Printable PDF:  ASES ART CAMP-Disney


June 13th-16th + June 20th-23rd (Theme: Clay Workshop, Grades 3rd-6th, 12:15 pm-3:15 pm, M-TH)

Printable PDF:  ASES ART CAMP-Clay Workshop


June 27th-July 1st (Theme: Harry Potter, Grades K-5th, 9 am-12 pm, M-F)

Printable PDF:  ASES ART CAMP-Harry Potter


July 11th-15th (Theme: Video Games, Grades K-5th, 9 am-12 pm, M-F)

Printable PDF:  ASES ART CAMP-Video Games


July 18th-21st + July 25th-28th (Theme: Mixed Media Sculpture Workshop, Grades 3rd-6th, 9 am-12 pm, M- Th)

Printable PDF:  ASES ART CAMP-Mixed Media


* Note: Disney and Clay start on the same week but at different times! Workshops are for current and incoming grades 3rd-6th and Disney, Harry Potter and Video Games are for incoming K-6th.

Instructor:  Michelle Guerra (

Theatre Camps

Instructor:  Shane Strawbridge, Fine Arts Director (

Band Camp

August 1-5 | 9 am-noon:  The camp is open to students in third – eighth grade. | $70 per student.
Instructor:  Mr. Charley Cross |

Sports Camps

Instructor:  Head Volleyball Coach (

Instructor:  Head Tennis Coach Tucker Richolson (

Academic Camps

Spanish Camp

Math Camp

Mrs. Owens and Mr. Baldwin would like to invite any incoming 3rd, 4th, 5th, & 6th Graders to join us for Math Camp this summer! Mr. Baldwin is also offering incoming 7th & 8th grade tutorials.

We will review key math concepts, explore grade level standards, and extend past your grade level with FUN activities and challenging new material! This is perfect for any students who might need a math refresher this summer!

Space is limited! Please fill out this form and return it to Mrs. Owens or Mr. Baldwin by May 27th to reserve your spot. We hope you can join us!


Session 1: June 13-15 (FULL)
Session 2: July 11-13

Incoming 3rd and 4th Graders will meet from 9 am – 10:30 am. 
Incoming 5th and 6th Graders will meet from 10:30 am – 12 noon. Incoming 7th and 8th Graders will have tutorials from 12 noon- 1:30 pm.

The cost is $40 per student per session. We accept cash or Venmo. Payment is due with form by May 27th.  Venmo @AshleeMOwens

** If you have a specific topic you want us to talk about, please write it on the back of this form. We will do our best to include it in our plans! **


Printable PDF Registration Form:  Lower and Middle School Math Camp Registration Form

Looking Ahead

Printable PDF: 2022-2023 School Holiday Calendar


Summer means free time and free time equates to more access to electronic devices. Keeping your children safe and protected from unwanted internet “friends” is of utmost importance and yet, it is exhausting.  Installing Parent Control Software on your child’s phone can certainly put parameters on what your child is viewing and what information is coming in. Qustodio and BARK are two parental control tools that can help you keep up.  Most importantly, talk with your child and assure them that if something questionable comes up on their phone, you can help keep them safe by having them share it with you. Don’t forget to assure them that they will not be in trouble for sharing, this will open up the lines of communication with your child.


LS PSIA State Results

Seven lower school students advanced to the PSIA State competition in May.  All Saint’s second grader Kate Fuller earned the 2022 Creative Writing State Champion title!  Six other lower school students advanced to the state competition.  Congratulations to Kate and all of our state qualifiers. They put in some long hours preparing for this competition and represented All Saints well.

Second Grade
Kate Fuller – Creative Writing (State Champion)

Harrison Nichols – Spelling (4th place)

Third Grade
Gabby Jimenez – Storytelling (5th place)

Luke Moss – Mathematics (6th place)

Konrad Smith – Spelling (state qualifier)

Fourth Grade
Jaden Imiere – Spelling (state qualifier); Music Memory (4th place)

Analies Liu – Ready Writing (state qualifier); Spelling (state qualifier)

LS Summer Reading

We are firm believers that students and parents need a break during the summer, time to rest, recharge, and have fun! However, many research studies have shown that students can lose up to 30% of their learning during the summer months. While it is important to take a little break, it is also necessary to keep the brain engaged academically. This work should be meaningful, age and developmentally appropriate, and most importantly, aligned with standards.

Incoming Second Grade

BOOK IT! Enrollment | The Pizza Hut BOOK IT! Program (

Prodigy- Math and English – Going into 2nd 
Prodigy is game based learning using evidence based tools to make learning fun and effective for kids. There are different levels of memberships available for you to purchase.

To create an account:

  1. Go to
  2. Click on “Play Now” in the top right corner
  3. Click sign up
  4. For your login, you can either use your school email account by clicking “sign in with Google” or you can create a username and password.
  5. Choose either Math or English to practice
  6. When asked for a class code, enter your class code found below  (Use this code for both Math and English)

Going into  Second Grade: class code BBD96EB

 Summer Bridge Workbook
If you are looking for a non digital option for your child this summer, we recommend ordering the Summer Bridge Workbook. You can order one using the link below. Be sure to order based on the grade your just completed and will be entering into.

Summer Bridge Activities Workbooks – $9.99 – ON SALE

Printable PDF:  Summer Packet 2022

Incoming Third Grade

Your child should have received a hard copy of the work given to them. If you have any questions please reach out to either of the following teachers:

 Mrs. Vicki  Teakell –
Mrs. Ashlee Owens –
In the event that it is lost or misplaced, here is a printable PDF:  Incoming Third Grader: Summer Packet 2022

Incoming Fourth Grade

Your child should have received a hard copy of the work given to them. If you have any questions please reach out to the following teacher:  Joni Loyd @

Math Kahn Academy

  1. Go to
  2. Click Login at the top right hand corner
  3.  Click Continue using Google
  4. Use your school Google account and password
  5. Click MAP Accelerator in the left menu
  6. Click on one of the four reporting categories to start practicing!

Summer Reading:
Incoming 4th grade Summer Work 2022

PLC/LS Supply Packs

The easiest way to order school supplies for the upcoming school year is through our Online Bookstore.  The grade level school supply packs are available and ready to order with a simple click of a button:

If you choose to shop for your child’s school supplies, you may visit our school website under the Parents tab to find a complete list of all grade level school supply lists.


Gurvir Gill

Our middle school PSIA State team wins back to back state championships!

The team consisted of 18 students with several bringing home individual state champion titles.  Sixth grade student Gurvir Gill led the way earning four state champion titles and one bronze medal in his five events!  Five additional students earned state champion medals including Anna Belle Needham (6th grade), Ian Jeffreys (7th Grade), Nate Bumstead (8th Grade), Octavio Cervera (8th Grade) and Anna Lipe (8th Grade).

Once again, All Saints students put forth a great effort in pursuit of academic excellence.  We look forward to seeing how they do next year.  The future looks bright for these hard working students. Below is a complete list of the state qualifiers and state competition results. Congratulations to each one of you.

Fifth Grade
Cade Brewer – Vocabulary (2nd place – Silver Medal)

Cayden Halbrooks – Vocabulary (4th place)

Kagan Hernandez – Prose Interpretation (6th place )

Ellie Beth Moss – Prose Interpretation (2nd place  – Silver Medal)

Sixth Grade
Nanaki Dhaliwal – Mathematics (state qualifier); Science (state qualifier), Number Sense (4th place )

Gurvir Gill – Information Skills (3rd place – Bronze Medal); Mathematics (State Champion); Number Sense (State Champion), Science (State Champion); Vocabulary (State Champion)

Anna Belle Needham – Impromptu Speaking 7,8 (3rd place – Bronze Medal); Prose Interpretation (State Champion)

Tess Stockdale – Prose Interpretation (4th place)

Seventh Grade
Ian Jeffreys – Impromptu Speaking (State Champion)

Jacob Moss – Number Sense (6th place); Maps, Graphs, & Charts (4th place)

Breanna Simons – Ready Writing (state qualifier)

Eighth Grade
Erin Brodbeck – On-Site Drawing (state qualifier)

Nate Bumstead – Music Memory (State Champion)

Octavio Cervera – Mathematics (State Champion)

Sebastian Cervera – Vocabulary (2nd place – Silver Medal)

Lauren Evans – On-Site Drawing (state qualifier)

Reya Felton – Prose Interpretation (state qualifier); Ready Writing (5th place ); Modern Oratory (2nd place – Silver Medal)

Anna Lipe – Prose Interpretation (6th place); Spelling (5th place); Information Skills (State Champion)

MS Summer Reading

MS summer reading will be available through google classroom.  Students should email their teachers with any questions.

MS School Supplies

The easiest way to order school supplies for the upcoming school year is through our Online Bookstore.  The grade level school supply packs are available and ready to order with a simple click of a button:

If you choose to shop for your child’s school supplies, you may visit our school website under the Parents tab to find a complete list of all grade level school supply lists.

High School Awards:  Student Scholars and Advanced Placement Awards

Student Scholars

Student Scholars– A student who the teacher feels has excelled academically in the course, contributed positively to the learning environment, and has made a significant impact in the classroom is considered a student scholar.

Pre AP English I:  Calista Conklin
Pre AP English II:  Matthew Zhang
AP English III:  Campbell Howe
AP English IV:  GraceAnn Streit
PSAT – English:  Jeye Johnson
AP Capstone Seminar:  Sara Carothers
AP Capstone Research:  Caleb Hillin & Leah Vinson
PSAT – Math:  Jeye Johnson
Pre AP Algebra I:  Nalyia Chavez
Pre AP Algebra II:  Jeye Johnson
Pre AP Geometry:  Luke Rushing & Maya Vermillion
Advanced Integrated Math:  Abigail Barritt
Pre Calculus Pre-AP:  Rohan Felton
AP Statistics:  Alex Mercer
AP Calculus:  Campbell Howe
Pre AP Biology:  Cason Kerby
Pre AP Chemistry:  Rohan Felton & Matthew Zhang
Forensics:  Abigail Barritt
Anatomy & Physiology:  Lauren Bayouth
AP Biology:  Ashby Whitaker
AP Chemistry:  Campbell Howe
AP Environmental Science:  Joshua Janes
AP Physics I:  Maddie Matthew
AP Physics C:  Logan Caffey & Mia Garza
AP Human Geography:  Luke D’Alise
AP US History:  Sara Carothers
AP Economics:  Logan Caffey
AP Government: Ashby Whitaker
AP Psychology:  Mia Garza
AP Comparative Government:  Leah Vinson
Sociology:  Rowe Osborne
JV Mock Trial:  Reese Wolfe
Varsity Mock Trial:  Spencer Johnson
Band:  Spencer Johnson
Theatre:  Jeye Johnson
Art:  Jilayne Headrick

Advanced Placement Awards

Ashby Whitaker has received an average score of 3.5 or higher on all AP exams taken in high school.

Alex Mercer has received a minimum average of 3.25 on ALL AP exams and scored a 3 or higher on 4 in high school.

Students who have received a score of 3 or higher on 3 or more AP exams while in high school:
Ella Aycock
Owen Aycock
Caleb Hillin
Andy Banister
Reagan Hunter
Kevin Beasley
Joshua Janes
Logan Caffey
Spencer Johnson
Mia Garza
Leah Vinson

Students who have met the criteria for a qualifying score of 3 or higher on 1-2 AP exams they have taken in high school:
Ella Aycock
Owen Aycock
Andy Banister
Samuel Barritt
Lauren Bayouth
Kevin Beasley
Logan Caffey
Sara Carothers
Calvin Carpenter
Diego Cervera
Portia Clary
Luke D’Alise
Haley Dickerson
Joshua Eckert
Rohan Felton
Mia Garza
Grady Geihsler
Jilayne Headrick
Caleb Hillin
Campbell Howe
Reagan Hunter
Joshua Janes
Jeye Johnson
Spencer Johnson
Cooper Locke
Maddie Matthews
Alex Mercer
Brown Mercer
Olivia Needham
Rowe Osborne
Joseph Paone
Jameson Seal
GraceAnn Streit
Reese Rogers
Leah Vinson
Ashby Whitaker
Matthew Zhang

Junior Investiture Ceremony

The Junior Class recently participated in leadership training and planning for their upcoming senior year. The transition to seniors is an opportunity for these students to rise up to and take on the responsibility of leading the high school.  These incoming seniors were led by Dr. George Comiskey, Associate Professor of Practice, Associate Director for External Relations, CCRC at Texas Tech University, who helped the juniors envision what they would like to accomplish for the 2022-2023 school year.

Following the leadership training and planning event, juniors and their parents participated in the Junior Investiture Ceremony.  This is a continuation of the training they have received and is a symbolic ceremony officially recognizing them as they step into the student leadership role for the All Saints student body and community. Each junior received their Senior Leadership Pin and a “senior” shirt during the ceremony.

College Admissions Preparation

On June 9 eighteen rising seniors attended a one day college admission preparation training program.  They received information that covered the following topics to help them get started on the college admissions process over the summer months:

  • College admissions in today’s world
  • Applications – Apply Texas, Coalition and Common App
  • Changes with SAT and ACT for college admissions
  • How to stand out and set yourself apart from others in college essays
  • Tips for applying to selective colleges
  • How colleges track a student’s interest
  • Understanding financial aid (FAFSA) and scholarships
  • Senior checklist

2022-23 NHS Officers

New National Honor Society Officers Congratulations to our 2022-23 National Honor Society officers! President: Joseph Paone Vice President: Lauren Bayouth Secretary:  Maddie Matthews Treasurer: Daniel Vermillion Publicity: Kate White

High School Supplies

High School supplies are not sold at the bookstore.  A complete list of supplies needed for each course is found here:  HS School Supply List 2022-2023.docx

International Science Fair


Congratulations to sophomore Calvin Carpenter who placed fourth in Microbiology on May 13 at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Atlanta, Georgia. Carpenter is the first All Saints student to advance from the State Science Fair to the International Science Fair.

At the ISEF he met several Nobel Laureates and participated in several lecture series with world-renown scientists.

He has been continuing his study about midwinter bacteria in bat roosts that inhibits a deadly fungus, Pseudogymnoascus destructans (Pd), which causes White-Nose Syndrome in bats. Carpenter first learned about this fungal threat to bats while on the All Saints fourth-grade field trip to Carlsbad Caverns.

Carpenter has competed in the state science fair five years with his continuing research on the causes of the bat disease. His research has led him to compete in numerous competitions this spring.

Carpenter’s 2022 Science & Engineering Fairs
o Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), Microbiology
Fourth Place
o Texas Science & Engineering Fair
-Senior Division, Microbiology, Second Place
o The Governor’s Science and Technology Champion Summer Academy
o South Plains Regional Science & Engineering Fair
-Senior Division Biological, Category Winner, First Place
-Silver Medalist, Senior Division, Biological Categories

HS Coaches Corner


The All Saints Varsity Track team brought home two state champions along with lots of medals from each of the 13 competitors. Senior Reese Rogers won her second consecutive state title in the Women’s Long Jump while junior Lee Taylor won both the Men’s 1600, and 3200m runs.

The Women’s team finished in third place while the Men’s team finished in seventh place.

Congratulations to these Patriots for their state finishes:

Women’s Team Third Place
First Place Women Long Jump: Reese Rogers (senior)
Fourth Place Women 100 Meter Dash: Reese Rogers (senior)
Second Place Women Triple Jump: Chloe Conover (junior)
Fourth Place Women Discus Throw: Lauren Bayouth (junior)
Fifth Place Women Shot Put: Lauren Bayouth (junior)
Second Place Women Triple Jump: Chloe Conover (junior)
Fifth Place Women 3200 Meter Run: Campbell Howe (junior)
Second Place 4×100 Meter Relay: Ella Scolaro, Chloe Conover, Leah Vinson, Reese Rogers
Fourth Place 4×200 Meter Relay: Ella Scolaro, Lauren Bayouth, Chloe Conover, Leah Vinson
Second Place 4×400 Meter Relay: Leah Vinson, Reese Rogers, Ella Scolaro, Chloe Conover

Men’s Team Seventh Place
First Place Men 3200 Meter Run: Lee Taylor (junior)
First Place Men 1600 Meter Run: Lee Taylor (junior)
Seventh Place Men High Jump: Rowe Osborne (junior)
Eighth Place Men Triple Jump: Joseph Paone (junior)
Fifth Place 4×100 Meter Relay: Daniel Vermillion, Jacob Janes, Caden Mead, Joseph Paone
Fourth Place 4×200 Meter Relay: Daniel Vermillion, Caleb Hillin, Joseph Paone, Jacob Janes
Fourth Place 4×400 Meter Relay: Caden Mead, Caleb Hillin, Lee Taylor, Joseph Paone

The team is coached by Dino Jones with assistants Kyle Simons, Jeremy Binion, and Skyler Smith.

The Boy’s Basketball team is already hard at work and recently participated in the Sands team camp. They went 6-3 in the camp. Way to go, Patriots!