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May 19, 2021

Table of Contents

– 2021 All Saints Graduation
– High School Awards Banquet
– TAPPS 2A State Academic Champions
– TAPPS 2A State Long Jump Champion:  Reese Rogers
– Patriot Night – MS Athletic Awards
Summer Camps
 – Calendar of Events
– Chapel Notes
– Man and Woman of Character:  Ash Bumstead and Paige Schlehuber
– Valedictorians:  Ash Bumstead, Graham St. Clair, Sebastian Whitaker
– Salutatorian:  George Lipe
– Swing for the Future Golf Tournament
– First All School Fun Run
– Fine Arts Night
– Spring Book Fair
– Summer Camps
– Teacher Appreciation Week
– Kindergarten Fiesta
– Fourth Grade Carlsbad Caverns
– Mother’s Day Tea(s)
– LS Theatre – Pirates Past Noon
– Music Black Belts
– First Grade Oral Book Reports
– MS / HS Theatre – Matilda
– NJHS Induction
– MS Battle Bots
– Coaches Corner – Patriot Night
– High School Awards Banquet
– Coaches Corner
– Senior Night (Honoring our Senior Athletes)

2021 Man and Woman of Character

Three Graduates Earn Valedictorian Honors; One Salutatorian

Ash Bumstead, Valedictorian

Graham St. Clair, Valedictorian

Sebastian Whitaker, Valedictorian

George Lipe, Salutatorian

To learn more about our Man and Woman of Character, Valedictorians and Salutatorian go to the Patriot Spotlight section.

To read more about the awards announced last week at the High School Awards Ceremony go to the High School News section.

TAPPS 2A State Academic Champions – to learn more go to the High School News section.

For a list of all of our state qualifiers and the results, go to High School News.

Emily White and Brady Lowe: Ken Bastian Award recipients (For a complete list of awards from the MS Patriot Night go to Middle School News.)

🎉🎈Three Weeks, 21 BIG Events… It’s a Very Good Day to be a Patriot

⭐ The past three weeks have been a flurry of activity.  Hats off to our faculty, staff, students and parents!  Thank you to everyone that stepped up to help make these events possible for our students.  It’s been a challenging year, but we have certainly been triumphant!  These events would not have been possible without the hardworking, devoted and downright AWESOME family we have at All Saints.  Thank you.

🎓 Baccalaureate
🎉 Kindergarten Fiesta
🎶 Two Musical Productions
🏆 NJHS Inductions
🎽 State Track Meet
🏫 AP Exams
⛳ 7th Annual Swing for the Future Golf Tournament
📯 Fine Arts Night
🙏🏻 Teacher Appreciation Week

☕ Three Mother’s Day Tea Parties
🏃🏻‍♂️ First Ever Patriot Fun Run
💃🏻 Junior/Senior Prom
📚 Spring Book Fair
🏆 Middle School Patriot Night
🎈 Senior Night
🙂 High School Awards Banquet
🦇 Fourth Grade Carlsbad Caverns Trip
👨🏻‍🎓 High School Graduation

Calendar of Events

May 20

  • Red Day
  • 8:15 a.m:  Junior Investiture Ceremony, Patriot Gym

May 21

  • Red Day
  • 8 – 8:30 a.m:  Chapel – PLC attend chapel in person, Jones Gym  (Parents may join their child on the day that their child’s grade level attends in person.)
  • 2 p.m:  Preschool End-of-Year Party

May 24

  • Blue Day
  • 8 – 8:30 a.m:  Chapel – First through Fourth Grade attend chapel in person, Jones Gym. (Parents may join their child on the day that their child’s grade level attends in person.)
  • 6 – 7:30 p.m:  Fourth Grade Crossing the Courtyard, Lower School Courtyard

May 25

  • Red Day
  • 8 – 8:30 a.m: Chapel – First through Fourth Grade attend chapel in personJones Gym. (Parents may join their child on the day that their child’s grade level attends in person.)
  • 1 – 2:30 p.m:  Lowerpalooza (for Lower School students), All Saint Football Field
  •  2:00 p.m: Pre-Kindergarten End-of-Year Party

May 26

  • Blue Day
  • 8 – 8:30 a.m:  Chapel – Fifth through Eighth Grade attend chapel in personJones Gym. (Parents may join their child on the day that their child’s grade level attends in person.)
  • 8:30 a.m:  Fourth Grade Dodgeball Match, Jones Gym
  • 9 a.m – Noon:  Spike Fest
  • 10 a.m: Kindergarten End-of-Year Party
  • 6 – 8 p.m: Eighth Grade Celebration @ 4ORE! Golf, 6909 Marsha Sharp Freeway

May 27

  • Red Day
  • 11:15 a.m: All School Chapel – Wear Daily Uniform; “Seventh Grade First Walk to Chapel;”  “Eighth Grade Last Walk to Chapel”, Patriot Gym

May 28 – June 4

  • School Office Closed. 

For the most up to date calendar go to our school website.

Looking Ahead

Chapel Notes

What a remarkable year!  If you had said that in August 2019 when we commenced with school chapels for the year – that we would have continued having them each morning for the next 22 months – I would have been quite surprised. Who’d a-thunk it?! Being able to go virtual with chapel last spring when things shut down and then being able to continue daily during the 2020 summer was a gift.  The school community has never felt more like family than it has over the last year.  Thank you, first to God, for bringing us all together and to everyone for their heart and spirit.  We are blessed as a school family.

One of my favorite blessings this year has been getting to spend time with a group of our fifth graders.  These friends have come to Jones Gym every morning early to help me set up for chapel and have done an amazing job in offering the announcements after chapel concludes.  West Osborne, Lucy Maupin, Anna Belle Needham, Trey Dalley, and Andrew Hull:  you are the best.  Thank you for your love of this school, your commitment to the Blue Crew and to chapel, and for your friendship!  In addition, I also need to mention fourth grade student, Lilly Taylor.  Lilly has been invaluable to me each morning as well.  Meeting me in my office at 7:30am, Lilly assists in all things chapel prep, from getting things set to helping with the acolytes, to keeping me organized.  Lilly, you are a rock star!

One final, big thank you.  It goes to the amazing Clint Barrick.  Mr. Barrick has been our chapel organist since 2012.  He is a gifted musician, heartfelt chapel champion, and dear friend.  Thank you, Clint, for your heart and your passion for sharing music with us all.

Peace to you all this summer!  My prayer for you all is for health, laughter, and rest.  We might have some once a week chapel times online in June and July – Tilly the dog has been missing everyone!


Chaplain Paige+

Chapel Servers

Thursday, May 20 (Junior Investiture)

Readers and Acolytes:  TBD

Friday, May 21 (Eighth & Siblings)

Readers:  Brady Lowe, Anson Proffitt, Seth Rivas, Reese Wolfe
Acolytes:  Fletcher Lowe, Ellery Lowe, Anzley Proffitt, Shelby Rivas, Logan Wolfe

Monday, May 24 (Eighth & Siblings)

Readers:  Bella Lampe, Ashlyn Simek, Ayden Wisniewski
Acolytes:  Kallie Lampe, Ainsley Wisniewski, Weston Henthorn, William Henthorn, Keiralei Simek

Tuesday, May 25 (Eighth & Siblings)

Readers:  Noah Herrera, Jacob Janes, Cason Kerby
Acolytes:  Nathan Herrera, Joseph Janes, Eli Kerby

Wednesday, May 26 (Third)

Readers:  Grace Richmond, Ziva Rigsby
Acolytes:  Keiralei Simek, Charlie Simons, Ella Smith, Madison Thompson, Makenna Vaughn

Thursday, May 27

Readers and Acolytes:  TBD


2021 Woman of Character Paige Schlehuber

Woman of Character recipient Paige Schlehuber was involved in three varsity sports at All Saints as well as serving as the Vice President of National Honor Society and a Class Representative for Student Council.  She is an AP Scholar and has been named to the Headmaster Honor Roll all four years. Schlehuber was elected by the student body as the 2020 Homecoming Queen.  She has been an active member of Young Life all four years in high school.  As a four-year starter on the Varsity Volleyball team, Schlehuber has earned numerous city, district, and state awards throughout the years, including the 2020 TAPPS 2A and All City MVP honors. In addition, she was named to the Academic All State Team and All State Tournament Team while receiving All State Honors all four years.  She is a member of the State Champion Tennis Teams in 2019 and 2021.  Last month she placed third in the TAPPS 2A Women’s Doubles Championship with her tennis partner, GraceAnn Streit.  She has been named to the Academic All State Tennis Team each year and has received All State Honors each year as well. Her hobbies include traveling and wake boarding.  She joined All Saints in 2014 as a sixth grade student.  She plans to attend Texas Christian University (TCU) next fall as a Dean’s Scholar and will major in Business and Marketing.  Abby Schlehuber, her sister, is a 2020 All Saints graduate and current Texas Tech University freshman.  Their parents are Carrie and Robert Schlehuber.

2021 Man of Character  & Valedictorian Ash Bumstead

Man of Character Recipient Ash Bumstead was a member of the Varsity Basketball, Cross Country, and Track teams and has earned state honors in each sport.  He is a past-president of the Chemistry Club and founding member of the school’s Honor Council and serves as its chairperson.  In addition, he is a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, and TAPPS Academic Team in which he is a two-time TAPPS 2A State Champion in Mathematics and a 2021 State Champion in Science. Bumstead has also been a member of the High School Band and Mock Trial Team. He is a 2020 National Merit Commended Scholar and has received the prestigious Proven Patriot Award each year of high school along with being named to the Headmaster Honor Roll each year. He is one of the three Class of 2021 Valedictorians with a GPA of 4.862. Ash was elected by the student body as the 2020 Homecoming King. He is active in his church youth group at Lakeridge United Methodist Church and traveled with them on a Tanzania Mission Trip to work with schools in remote villages. He serves All Saints as a Student Ambassador, which includes live TV interviews and promotional videos for student recruitment as well as personally visiting with prospective students and families. His hobbies include his love of playing the piano and guitar along with hunting and fishing.  Ash will attend Baylor University Honors College next fall.  His parents, Krista and Matt Bumstead, enrolled Ash into All Saints as a three-year-old Preschool student.  His brother, Nate, is in the seventh grade at All Saints while his sister, Susannah, is a 2019 All Saints graduate and a sophomore at Baylor.

Three Graduates Earn Valedictorian Honors; One Salutatorian

Our Three Valedictorians: Sebastian, Graham and Ash

Salutatorian George Lipe

The Class of 2021 Valedictorian and Salutatorian announcement took an unusual, but exciting twist. Counselor Gwen Belk explained that three seniors earned exactly the same final GPA of 4.862 after attending All Saints High School for all four years. She announced Ash Bumstead, Graham St. Clair, and Sebastian Whitaker as the 2021 Valedictorians. She also announced that George Lipe earned the next highest GPA with 4.825 and is the 2021 Salutatorian.

Valedictorian Ash Bumstead was also named as our Man of Character, please see a complete bio for Ash in the above article.

Valedictorian Graham St. Clair is the Student Body President and has served as a Student Council Representative his freshman, sophomore, and junior years.  In addition, he is a member of the school’s Varsity Football, Basketball, and Golf teams.  St. Clair has served as the vice-president of the Chemistry Club and is a member of the National Honor Society, High School Band and Drumline, and Varsity Mock Trial Team.  In addition, he has been awarded the Headmaster Honor Roll each year in high school and was selected by the high school faculty and administration as a Proven Patriot his senior year. St. Clair is a lifelong member of Lakeridge United Methodist Church and is active in Young Life.  He enjoys volunteering and fundraising for the American Diabetes Association and served as the Junior Ambassador for their Annual Walk to Stop Diabetes.  St. Clair served as a Counselor-in-Training for three years at Camp NoLoHi, a local day camp for children with diabetes.  He enjoys singing and playing his guitar for audiences around Lubbock. His other hobbies include song-writing, skiing, water sports, and fishing.  He is the son of Diana and Chris St. Clair. His older brother, Benton, is a graduate of All Saints and currently attends Baylor University.  His younger sister, Katy Jane, attends All Saints Middle School. He has attended All Saints since Kindergarten. St. Clair will attend Baylor University and study Business.

Valedictorian Sebastian Whitaker is very involved with Student Council having served as Class Representative, Treasurer, Vice President, and President. He also is a founding member of the Honor Council and is a member of the National Honor Society as well as the Varsity Debate and Mock Trial Teams and the TAPPS Academic Team in which he is the 2021 TAPPS 2A State Champion in Lincoln-Douglas Debate and in Current Events.  Whitaker is a member of the High School Band and Drumline and the Varsity Cross Country, Basketball, and Track teams. Whitaker was named a National Merit Commended Scholar in September 2020 and in February 2021, he was awarded the Good Citizen’s Award by the Nancy Anderson Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. He was one of Lubbock’s delegates to Texas Boys State in June of 2020 and was a delegate to the Model G20 Summit in Beijing, China in 2019.  Also, in 2019, Whitaker spent half of his summer serving as a senate page for U.S. Senator John Cornyn in Washington D.C., and the other half serving as a camp counselor at Camp Mishawaka in Grand Rapids, Minnesota.  He has received the school’s most prestigious Proven Patriot award every year along with being named to the Headmaster Honor Roll.  Whitaker volunteers as a Lector and Altar Server at Holy Spirit Catholic Church as well as volunteering at All Saints and many community organizations. He is a history buff and enjoys learning languages, reading, sailing, and participating in sports. Whitaker plans to study political science in the College of Arts and Letters at the University of Notre Dame, then pursue a career in law.  He joined his All Saints class in 2014 in the sixth grade. His sister, Ashby, is a junior at All Saints. Dana and Jeff Whitaker are his parents.

Salutatorian George Lipe is a four-year member of the state ranked All Saints Varsity Tennis team and serves as the Team Captain. In addition, he is a member of the National Honor Society and TAPPS State Academic Team. Lipe has received the Headmaster Honor Roll all four years of high school.  He is the 2021 TAPPS State Champion in Ready Writing as well as receiving commendations for his entries in the TAPPS State Art Contests. Lipe’s artwork has been displayed in galleries in the Lubbock First Friday Art Trail numerous times and in the Texas Tech Art Gallery as well.  He has completed and presented a personal visual portfolio centered around abstract surrealist representations and interpretations of life and how adversity presents itself through it. Lipe is a classical pianist, having played since he was in the first grade, and has received Superior ratings in hymn festivals, sonatina contests, and guild contests. His hobbies include paddle board, yoga, meditation and volunteering at the Morris Safe House.  At the Morris Safe House, he recently coordinated and managed a fundraiser which raised over $5,000 worth of goods and helpful items for the center.  Lipe will attend the University of Texas at Austin next fall where he will be enrolled in the College of Architecture.  He plans to focus his studies on sustainable ergonomic architecture in an urban setting that prioritizes a combination of natural and man-made design features that allow for a sense of luxury as well as sustainability.  Lipe has attended All Saints since he was five-years-old.  His sister, Anna Lipe, is currently an All Saints seventh grader.  His parents are Beckey and John Lipe.

All School News

7th Annual Swing for the Future Golf Tournament


Best Team Name: Grumpier Old Men | They’ve joined us every year & have always called themselves the “Grumpy Old Men” this year they claim they are “Grumpier” but looked pretty happy to be on the course!

Congratulations to our First Place Team!
(two team members not pictured)


Team Includes: Rob and Carrie Schlehuber, Chris Kennemer and Mike Sisk



Closest to the Pin Winner: Bo Jackson, Longest Drive Winner: Chelsey Phelps, Center of Fairway Winner: Victor Munoz, Putting Contest Winner: Stephen Rodriguez

The first EVER Patriot Fun Run was a great success!  Patriots of all ages had a blast at the event and won some amazing prizes by helping our school raise funds.  With YOUR help, we raised more than $60,000 for the school!

Special thanks to these three wonderful ladies who spear-headed our volunteer efforts:  Callie Kostelich (PLC Coordinator), Jessica Miller (Lower School Coordinator) and Kathy Oaks (Middle School Coordinator).  These three along with their army of volunteers made the event possible and we are so grateful!

Additional thanks to our Fun Run sponsors for underwriting the event and providing every student at All Saints with a Patriot Fun Run Happy Pace t-shirt to wear on event day.

All Saints faculty member and coach, Jeremy Binion, successfully challenged our community to raise $50,000 for the Fun Run. As promised, he completed the Ultra Marathon with students, faculty and parents cheering him on. Thank you Coach Binion!

*To view more fun pictures from the Patriot Fun Run visit our school Facebook page.






The 2021 Fine Arts Night was the first “big” event held on campus this year.  Student art  galleries displayed creations from our youngest to our oldest Patriots.  Along with musical performances from choir, orchestra and band, it was a wonderful evening to showcase student talent.  If you would like to see more pictures from Fine Arts, visit our school Facebook Page.

Spring Book Fair

📚 We are so pleased that we just wrapped up our first IN-PERSON Book Fair for the 2020-21 school year!  Everyone had a great time shopping.  A special thank you is extended to  everyone who made it happen, especially Priya Gill and Christina Barritt.

We are quickly coming to the end of the school year, and there are still a lot of library books checked out.  Please return them ASAP.  Any books that are not returned by May 31 will be billed as lost.  Thank you for another great year in the library!

Teacher Appreciation Week – Thank you to our Parents!

Teacher Appreciation Week was made very special by the All Saints Parent Group who provided snacks, lunch and lots of goodies throughout the week for our faculty and staff.  A BIG thank you to each of you that assisted with this special treat.  With all of the end-of-school activities, the timing was just right!  ♥♥

Summer Camps

If you haven’t signed up for summer camps yet, now is the time!

We will be offering Art, Band, Theatre, Orchestra, Robotics, Volleyball and Spanish camps this summer.  See information and links below for more information.  Robotics registration forms will be sent out soon.

The online registration link for Theatre Camps is or you may click a link below to print an order form.

Please find Orchestra Camp forms below.

All Saints Volleyball Camps:

Camp1: Grades 1 – 5; June21 – 25; 8 – 11am (girls +boys) 

Camp 2: Grades 6 – 8; June 21 – 25; 1 – 4 pm (girls + boys)

Camp 3: Grades 9 – 12; June 21 – 25; 6 – 9 pm

Click Here for Online Volleyball Registration

Spanish Camp:  Printable PDF:  Spanish Summer Camp Flyer















Kindergarten Fiesta

🎉 Kindergarten Fiesta was celebrated on April 30.  The children made banderitas and pinatas for decoration to be used for the fiesta.  The students have a Mexican market place to see and play with articles from Mexico during center times.  The study culminates with a Fiesta around Cinco de Mayo.  For the performance, they sang various songs in Spanish and dressed in cultural clothing from Mexico.  Afterwards, the children enjoyed local Mexican cuisine and a Mariachi band.

Fourth Grade Trip to Carlsbad Caverns

🦇 Last week our Fourth Grade students loaded the bus for a long awaited trip to Carlsbad Caverns.  The trip normally happens much earlier in the school year.  Our students study bats and how caverns are formed before traveling to New Mexico to visit the famous site.  This National Park is one of God’s most beautiful creations and so much fun for our fourth grade class to experience.

Mother’s Day Tea

☕ Pre-Kindergarten and Fourth Grade students celebrated their moms with a special Mother’s Day Tea.  It was an enjoyable time for both classes that included sweet words of thanks, gifts, songs and yummy treats!  Our Patriot moms are appreciated at All Saints.

Lower School Theatre

Our lower school theatre students did a fantastic job bringing Mary Pope Osborne’s award-winning  Magic Tree House: Pirates Past Noon to life.  In this play, Jack and Annie’s tree house takes them to an exotic island with pirates, where the two discover that real treasure has nothing to do with gold, but with the people we cherish and the moments we share with one another. Students in Third and Fourth grades were responsible for speaking roles, and the First and Second grade students worked as ensemble members. The younger students were also in charge of making their own costume pieces including pirate hats, island animal gear, and a cheeky pirate parrot. We very much “treasure” the hard work and contribution of the LS theatre students.

Three Students Receive Black Belts

In Third Grade music class, our students learn to play recorders.  For each level they reach, they receive a different color “belt” to tie on their recorder.  The highest belt is black and we had three students achieve their Black Belt status.  Congratulations!

First Grade Oral Book Reports

This time of year is exciting for First Grade students.  Oral Book Reports are part of the spring curriculum in First Grade.  The students read their book, gather props, and practice several times before the big day arrives.  This is one of their first experiences with public speaking.  The book reports help to prepare them for Second Grade and the Hall of Presidents.  The students dress in costume as they present their book report to their peers and family members.



The middle and high school students came together to rehearse and perform Roald Dahl’s Matilda, Jr, a gleefully witty ode to the anarchy of childhood and the power of imagination. In the musical, Matilda must not only face the difficulty of the first day of school, but she must also endure the terrible headmistress Trunchbull and two parents who don’t seem to care about her at all. In addition to acting, students took on roles in sound and lighting, assistant direction, set construction, scenic painting, and choreography. We are very proud of these ‘revolting’ children!


NJHS Service Project – Homemade Blankets for the Rainbow Room

The All Saints Middle School Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society inducted 54 students into membership last week. The Induction included students eligible for membership this year as well as students invited to join last spring, but were unable to participate because of the COVID-19 school closures.

Students must have a 90 or above cumulative grade point average and exemplify the NJHS Pillars of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Citizenship, and Character.

The 2020-2021 NJHS officers are Kristin Mitchell, Brady Lowe, Hayden Hillin, Elizabeth Johnson, Addy Dalley, and Noah Herrera. Faculty advisers are Annie Bray-Cox and Dennis Chance.

Congratulations to the following students:

Erin Brodbeck
Nate Bumstead
Harper Burrell
Dylan Caffey
Octavio Cervera
Gabrielle Codding
Willem Duemer
Lauren Evans
Reya Felton
McKanna Garcia
Heidi Helderlein
Isabelle Hidalgo
Leopold Krempner
Emma Lane
Anglia Liu
Caleb Mead
Katy Jane St. Clair
Adelaide Underwood
Jake Watson
Beckham Winter
Blair Wischmeyer
Abigail Jo Anderson
Lauren Grace Brashear
William Connor Eppright
Mathew Rayan Gabel
Sonne Daniel Galvan
Burak Hafizoglu
Tess Arden Henthorn
Anthony David Hernandez, Jr.
Nathan Murat Herrera
Charlotte Morgan Long Howle
Russell Stewart Long Howle
Jeanelle Oluwadamilola Imiere
Ian Andrew Jeffreys
Kayleigh Addison Lewis
Alexander Espinosa Lopez
Jacob Dunlap Moss
Hannah Kathryn Piland
Anzley Elizabeth Proffitt
Shelby William Rushing
Sophie Ruth Scolaro
Rami Adam Sharif
Breanna Danielle Simons
Jason William Obie Wischmeyer
Kristine Leslie Wischmeyer
Kallie Elizabeth Lampe
Benjamin Luke Kunkov

MS Battle Bots in Creative Design

MS Battle Bots in Creative Design


Middle School closed out their season with the boys and girls finishing in second place overall in the WTCAA Tournament.

Both boys and girls have  placed in the top three in each of their outings.   Congratulations to our middle school golfers on a great season!

Girls Golf Team
Tess Henthorn
Lauren Brashear
Emma Lane
Carter Piland
Boys Golf Team
Jackson Tyler
Noah Garcia
Kingston Jimenez
Beckham Winter
Lucas Villegas Vargas


Our middle school athletes were recognized last week at the Annual Patriot Night event. It was a fun evening and a great way to honor our hardworking middle school athletes. Congratulations to the following Patriots on their special honors and to all of our middle school athletes on a great 2020-21 year despite all the set backs with Covid! (Not pictured due to a malfunction with the camera is the entire cross country team.)

Cross Country Patriot Awards – Reya Felton and Sebastian Cervera
Volleyball Patriot Award – Emily White
Basketball Patriot Awards – Emily White and Anson Proffitt
Track Patriot Awards – Abigail Anderson and Jacob Janes
Tennis Patriot Awards – Teema Sharif and Zaid Kharrat
Golf Patriot Awards – Tess Henthorn and Jackson Tyler

The highlight of the evening is the announcement of the Kenneth H. Bastian, Jr. Patriot Pride Award. This award is received by one girl and one boy and it is the highest honor bestowed upon our middle school athletes. Kenneth H. Bastain, Jr. was a public servant, educator and athlete. He served as our Headmaster from 1986-1996. He is remembered for his great character and heart and this award is given to the middle school athlete that embodies these same ideals. This year’s recipients are Emily White and Brady Lowe.

Congratulations to all of our middle school athletes!



Another record was achieved recently by students at All Saints Episcopal High School as they dominated the TAPPS 2A State Academic Competition to claim the high school’s first Academic Team State Championship.

All Saints defeated the second place school by 101 points and claimed 15 Individual State Championships as well being recognized as the Top Academic Team and Top Speech Team.

All Saints earned a total of 226 points to claim the championship. Second place went to Lubbock Christ the King Cathedral with 125 points. Amarillo Ascension Academy placed third with 111 points followed by Shiner St. Paul Catholic School in fourth place. Red Oak Ovilla Christian High School finished in fifth place with 74 points while Longview Trinity School of Texas earned 44 points and sixth place. Bulverde Bracken Christian School finished seventh with 21.5 points with Muenster Sacred Heart earning 21 points to take eighth place. Ninth place went to Hallettsvile Sacred Heart Catholic School with 18 points and four points and tenth place went to Bethesda Christian School.

In addition to winning first place team, 15 All Saints students each claimed Individual State Championships as well four students won second place in their events. Seven All Saints students placed third while three placed fourth. One student placed fifth with five students earning sixth place, two students earning seventh place and two students earning eighth place as well.

Matt Ryan serves as the Academic Director and academic coach along with coaches Kelly Beasley, Melissa Durham, Linda Gober, Sharon Kingston, Janet Martin, Victor Munoz, Pam Ryan, J.T. Seymore, and Shelly Smith.


2020 Yearbook Fourth Place
Juniors Ella Aycock, Emma Condra, Reagan Hunter, Haley Dickerson, Jilayne Headrick; Sophomores Regan Andrews, Sara Carothers, Portia Clary;
2020 Graduates Ellyn Brashear, Gage Clary, Elise Headrick, Hayley Latta, Garrett Matthews, Abby Schlehuber

Spelling Fourth Place Freshman Matthew Zhang

Ready Writing First Place Senior George Lipe
Ready Writing Sixth Place Junior Ashby Whitaker
Ready Writing Eighth Place Junior Leah Vinson

Current Events First Place Senior Sebastian Whitaker
Current Events Sixth Place Junior Ashby Whitaker
Current Events Seventh Place Sophomore Abigail Barritt

Literary Criticism First Place Freshman Jeye Johnson
Literary Criticism Third Place Junior Ashby Whitaker
Literary Criticism Sixth Place Sophomore Abigail Barritt

Science First Place Senior Ash Bumstead
Science Fourth Place Junior Chase Farnsworth
Science Sixth Place Junior Logan Caffey

Math First Place Freshman Rohan Felton
Math Third Place Sophomore Diego Cervera
Advanced Math First Place Senior Ash Bumstead
Advanced Math Fifth Place Junior Logan Caffey
Calculator First Place Senior Vincent Paone
Calculator Second Place Sophomore Campbell Howe
Calculator Sixth Place Junior Logan Caffey
Number Sense First Place Freshman Rohan Felton

Social Studies Second Place Freshman Luke D’Alise
Social Studies Third Place Senior Sebastian Whitaker
Spanish First Place Sophomore Diego Cervera

Poetry First Place Junior Alex Mercer
Prose Third Place Freshman Olivia Needham
Original Oratory First Place Sophomore Abigail Barritt
Original Oratory Second Place Sophomore Portia Clary
Original Oratory Third Place Sophomore Maddie Matthews
Persuasive Speaking Sixth Place Sophomore Campbell Howe
Persuasive Speaking Seventh Place Junior Ashby Whitaker
LD Debate First Place Senior Sebastian Whitaker
LD Debate Second Place Freshman Calvin Carpenter
LD Debate Third Place Freshman Olivia Needham

High School Awards Ceremony

Students were recognized for their many fine arts, athletics and academic achievements at the High School Awards Ceremony Friday night. In addition, the highly-anticipated senior awards and Proven Patriot awards were announced.

In addition to the Valedictorian, Salutatorian, and Man and Woman of Character Awards, High School Division Head Tammy Edmonson announced the Proven Patriot awards.  These students exemplify the All Saints traditions of academic achievement, extracurricular participation, community service and leadership and are selected by high school faculty members.

The senior Proven Patriots are Vincent Paone, Graham St. Clair, and Sebastian Whitaker. Ella Aycock, Chase Farnsworth, and Alexandra Mercer are the junior Proven Patriots. Sophomore Proven Patriots are Lauren Bayouth, Portia Clary, and Campbell Howe with freshmen Owen Aycock, Luke D’Alise, Jeye Johnson, Olivia Needham, and Jack Robinson also being selected as Proven Patriots (see a picture of all of our Proven Patriots in the Headline News section).

High school faculty members also announced the achievements of their athletic, fine arts, and academic teams. Senior Vincent Paone began the evening by offering the invocation. High School English teacher Pam Ryan ended the evening with her closing remarks congratulating the students and faculty for an outstanding year with outstanding students.

Other recognition included the College Board AP Awards and Student Scholar Awards for each class offering. Below is a list of all our high school student awards. Congratulations to all of you!


Student Scholar Awards

Pre AP English I:  Jeye Johnson
Pre AP English II:  Portia Clary & Maddie Matthews
AP English III:  Alex Mercer & Ashby Whitaker
AP English IV:  Ash Bumstead
PSAT – English:  Portia Clary
AP Capstone Seminar:  Ella Aycock
AP Capstone Research:  Kate Henderson
PSAT Math:  Campbell Howe
Pre AP Algebra I:  Campbell Carper
Pre AP Algebra II:  Rohan Felton
Pre AP Geometry:  Rohan Felton
Advanced Integrated Math:  Aydan Allen
Pre Calculus Pre-AP:  Campbell Howe
AP Statistics:  Ash Bumstead
AP Calculus:  Graham St. Clair

Pre AP Biology:  Jeye Johnson & Matthew Zhang
Pre AP Chemistry:  Campbell Howe
Forensics:  Ross Rogers
Anatomy & Physiology:  Eli Tran
AP Biology:  Ash Bumstead
AP Chemistry:  Chase Farnsworth
AP Environmental Science:  Joseph Paone
AP Physics I:  Mia Garza
AP Physics C:  Ash Bumstead
AP World History:  Portia Clary
AP US History:  Ashby Whitaker
AP Economics:  Ash Bumstead & Graham St. Clair
AP Government:  Ash Bumstead
AP Psychology:  Vincent Paone
AP Comparative Government:  Sebastian Whitaker

Sociology:  Sebastian Whitaker
JV Mock Trial:  Calvin Carpenter
Varsity Mock Trial:  Spencer Johnson
Band:  Sebastian Whitaker
Orchestra:  Owen Aycock
Theatre:  Alex Mercer
Art:  Sara Carothers
Graphic Design & Illustration:  Paige Schlehuber & Audrey Smith
Pre AP Latin 2:  Cooper Locke
Pre AP Latin 3:  Leah Vinson
AP Latin 4:  Caleb Hillin
Latin 5:  Sebastian Whitaker
Pre AP Russian III:  Emma Condra
Spanish I:  Preslie Tarver
Pre AP Spanish 2:  Jeye Johnson
Pre AP Spanish 3:  Diego Cervera
AP Spanish 4:  Alex Mercer

Journalism/Beginning Yearbook:  Campbell Carper
Journalism/Advanced Yearbook:  Reagan Hunter
Debate:  Campbell Howe
Robotics:  Logan Caffey

College Board AP Scholar with Distinction Awards

This award recognizes students who have met the criteria for a qualifying score of 3.5 or higher on all  AP exams.

Ash Bumstead
George Lipe
Sebastian Whitaker

College Board AP Scholar Awards

This award recognizes students who have met the criteria for a qualifying score of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams while in high school.

Kate Henderson
Sydney Locke
Vincent Paone
Graham St. Clair

College Board AP Awards

This award recognizes students who have met the criteria for a qualifying score of 3 or higher on one to two AP exams.

Ayden Allen
Regan Andrews
Andy Banister
Abigail Barritt
Logan Caffey
Sara Carothers
Diego Cervera
Portia Clary

Jacki DeClerk
Chase Farnsworth
Mia Garza
Caleb Hillin
Campbell Howe
Reagan Hunter
Joshua Janes
Luke Maples

Alex Mercer
Ethan Moore
Joseph Paone
Ross Rogers
Paige Schlehuber
GraceAnn Streit
Ashby Whitaker
Mason Woods


Senior Athletes (Not Pictured: Britton Stoffregen)

Senior Night

Last week the high school coaches celebrated the 11 senior athletes and recognized each player in his/her respective sport. The coaches explained the contributions of each senior to their team and the seniors shared their experiences playing sports for All Saints.  It was a night filled with laughs, tears and lots of love.

Congratulations Patriots! You represented All Saints well and were fun to watch! Thanks for giving your best!

Jackson Bass: Football, Basketball, Track
Ash Bumstead: Cross Country, Basketball, Track
George Lipe: Tennis
Luke Maples: Basketball
Ethan Moore: Football
Vincent Paone: Cross Country, Tennis, Basketball, Track
Ross Rogers: Football, Track
Paige Schlehuber: Volleyball, Basketball, Tennis

Congratulations to the high school boys and girls track teams on a great showing at the state competition on April 30 and May 1 in Waco!   A special shout out to the follow athletes who earned top honors for their performances at the state level!

Girls Team:
State Champion Long Jump: Reese Rogers (junior)
State Runner Up Girl’s 4X400 Relay: Ella Aycock (junior), Reese Rogers (junior), Leah Vinson (junior) and Chloe Conover (sophomore)
3rd Place Girl’s Shot Put: Lauren Bayouth (sophomore)

Boys Team:
3rd Place 800m: Lee Taylor (sophomore)
3rd Place 1600m: Lee Taylor (sophomore)

Congratulations to all of our state qualifiers! The senior athletes include Ash Bumstead, Vincent Paone and Ross Rogers. Junior athletes are Ella Aycock, Chase Farnsworth, Jilayne Headrick, Reese Rogers and Leah Vinson. Sophomore athletes include Lauren Bayouth, Chloe Conover, Rowe Osborne, Joseph Paone, Lee Taylor and Daniel Vermillion with two freshmen athletes, Caden Mead and Jack Robinson. All of our track athletes did a great job competing in cold and rainy weather! We are proud of you.