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We develop students to become the best versions of themselves so they can transform the world.

All Saints’ Episcopal School is a leading college preparatory day school in Fort Worth, Texas serving students Age 3 - Grade 12. Grounded in the Episcopal school tradition, All Saints’ offers programming of national distinction in the academic, fine art, athletic and spiritual disciplines, which brings to life our philosophy of promoting each student’s individual genius within.

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Uniquely Episcopal

Episcopal schools believe in educating the whole person by developing discerning minds, healthy bodies and lively spirits.

Tradition

All Saints' is rich with tradition unique to our campus and community.

Learning Journey

Our Age 3 - Grade 12 curriculum is scaffolded to progressively challenge and support our students through the entire journey. 

 

Campus

Our 147-acre campus is the ideal launching point for exploration and connectivity.

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Portrait of a Saint

A Faithful Community Member

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Saints value placing God at the center, time for spiritual reflection and the intentional practice of wisdom, compassion and great humility. They honor the religious, spiritual and ethical traditions of each member of our diverse community.

Guided by Integrity

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Saints treat others with honesty, kindness and respect.

An Effective Communicator

Saints communicate clearly in all forms, appreciating that communication is two way; they listen well and are civil in discourse.

A Valuable Collaborator

Saints engage with others to achieve a common goal. They use skills intentionally to increase understanding, build relationships, resolve conflict and foster unity.

A Creative Problem Solver

Upper School Chemistry

Saints persevere when challenged and appreciate the journey of learning. Saints are resilient, reflective and imaginative in search of the best solutions to complex problems.

An Empathetic Global Citizen

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Saints value and embrace diverse cultures and unique perspectives through mutual respect and open dialogue. They believe in inclusivity and demonstrate personal, social and civic responsibility.

Committed to Personal Growth

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Saints develop character traits and personal capacities that lead to personal well-being and professional success. They are joyfully curious and intrinsically motivated to cultivate attitudes and skills to engage meaningfully with the world.

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All Saints' Figures & Facts

62

zip codes

represented

1 in 4

students receive

financial aid

24

National Merit, Commended and National Hispanic Scholars

(four-year total)

147

Acres in West

Fort Worth

1125

Student Body

1951

Year Founded

47%

Faculty with Master's degrees or higher