About

History

Our Venture in Faith by Mrs. Mamie McFaddin Ward and E.H. Hurst.

On the evening of the twenty-second of June, 1954, at a special parish meeting of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, St. Mark's Day School was established by an overwhelming vote. The Rev. Charles Wyatt-Brown and Mr. T.S. Reed, the Senior Warden, helped fire the imagination of others with the vision of an excellent Episcopal School for the Church in Beaumont.

Two years later in July 1956,

a state charter established All Saints Episcopal School with a Board of Trustees from all of the Episcopal congregations of Beaumont, Texas: St. Mark's Episcopal Church, St. Stephen's Episcopal Church and St. Matthew's Episcopal Church and the school moved to its current site.

The school has grown from its original size of 15 Kindergarten students, to include approximately 400 students, beginning with the 3 year old class and continuing through the 8th grade. The first 60 years have seen many changes, great expansion, and tremendous progress; yet, the foundation remains the same: daily chapel, an advanced curriculum, a strong emphasis on liberal arts, a challenging athletic program, and an unwavering commitment to service to our community, both local and global.

Many different faces have graced our hallways, but the spirit of the community remains timeless, including supportive church parishes, tireless Board members, bright students, dedicated faculty, coaches and staff, and parents willing to be involved in every aspect of the school as volunteers, teachers, and fundraisers. The school holds fast to the same vision of the founding families of providing students with at strong spiritual and academic foundation. 


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