The National Association of Episcopal Schools asserts that the role of Episcopal schools is to “integrate faith with learning…in an Episcopal school, faith and reason are partners in a [community] that places learning solidly in the context of each person's lifelong search for truth.”
At All Saints’ Episcopal School we take our role in this spiritual and educational process quite seriously. It begins with our mission statement:
We are not a church school by any conventional definition. Our Anglican roots run deep and our curiosity about God’s creation is paramount in our understanding of schooling. We are a committed learning community dedicated to teaching and learning in the context of a pluralistic society and our Christian faith. We believe that our right to live, love and learn is ordained by God and that it is our responsibility to live fully, love with an open heart and learn with an open mind. Please come by for a visit.
To read more about religion at our school, please visit our Religious Life page.
To read or download our most recent Student Handbook, please use the attachment below.
Stained-glass window presented to the school by the graduating class of 1997.