Our Mission & Faith


All Saints Episcopal School is a community dedicated to academic excellence in a secure and supportive Christian environment.


All Saints Episcopal School is a caring community dedicated to providing an educational program that emphasizes the development of the whole child, spiritually, intellectually, morally, emotionally, and physically. Our goal is to equip students with Christian values, a growth mindset, and a strong academic foundation that will enable them to be confident and successful citizens in their future endeavors. To this end, the school offers daily chapel and an approach to learning that incorporates differentiated instruction and blends a traditional and technology-based curriculum.


All Saints Episcopal School holds as its foundation the beliefs and traditions that truly embody the Episcopal identity.
We fully embrace this identity as defined by the National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES).


The school day at All Saints Episcopal School begins everyday with a chapel service at 8:10 a.m. PK3, PK4, and Kindergarten students meet in the large gathering area of the 3rd-5th Grade building, Monday through Thursday, for a chapel service filled with stories and songs appropriate for their age group; On Friday, they meet in the sanctuary of St. Stephen's Church at 8:45 a.m.

Students in 1st through 8th grade attend chapel services daily in the sanctuary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. The chapel program is under the direction of the clergy of our supporting parishes and the Head of School. Each Friday, our chapel talk is on the topic of our virtue of the month. The clergy from St. Mark's Episcopal Church are regular speakers as are other community leaders. Teachers are urged to make use of chapel lessons in classroom discussions or as the subject matter for classroom activities.

Middle School students at All Saints play a key leadership role in the daily chapel services. They are assigned the duty of assisting in the service by carrying the cross, flags, banners, and leading the psalm reading. Each class in grades 1 - 8 is expected to present a chapel program related to their class patron saint. Parents are invited to attend these special services.

There are regularly scheduled celebrations of Holy Communion/Eucharist. Students in 1st through 8th grade are welcome to receive the Sacrament if they have been baptized, are regular communicant members of their own church, and have parental consent. All students come forward to the altar rail to receive Holy Communion or a non-trinitarian blessing so that the worship experience is inclusive regardless of faith. Field Trip Uniform is required on the announced Holy Eucharist days. See the school calendar for the dates (HC).

All members of our All Saints family are always welcome to join us for chapel.

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School Prayer

Father in Heaven, whose son Jesus Christ took
children into his arms and blessed them;
Bless, we pray, the students of All Saints School.
Grant that we may grow up reverently in your love; 
Give us day by day strength and guidance;
So that we may continue in your love
and service until our lives end.
Grant this, for Jesus Christ's sake.   Amen

Support from Local Parishes

All Saints Episcopal School is grateful for the support provided by our local parishes, St. Stephen's Episcopal Church and St. Mark's Episcopal Church.
All Saints Episcopal School is a community dedicated to academic excellence in a secure and supportive Christian environment.