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Howdy Week 1997

Meaningful experiences which bind us together.

Opportunities arise at every turn to engage deeply with each other, to celebrate milestones and grow stronger through community.

Kindergarten Family Picnic

In anticipation of Mother's Day, Kindergarten students decorate white shoes and make big pink hats for their moms, which are given out at a picnic in the Dillard Butterfly Garden, complete with students reading, "Are You My Mother?" 


Blessing of the Pets 

This annual Anglican tradition is a time when our chaplains offer a special blessing over each pet to commemorate God’s love of animals and the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi.

Advent Lessons & Carols 

This special service brings us together as children of God to follow the story of God’s love through a series of Bible lessons  with complementary carols, anthems or songs following each lesson. Beginning in 2020, a new element was added, a lighting of a Christmas tree on the Great Lawn.  

1997 Howdy Week

Howdy Week

A tradition going back to the '90s, the Upper School celebrates the start of a new school year with a weeklong docket of events.

Alumni Picnic for Seniors

The Alumni Association hosts a college t-shirt day and picnic on the Burnett Great Lawn during the seniors' last week of classes. 

fall rally

Fall Rally

The first home game of the season is a kick-off you won't want to miss. You'll see Saints of all ages in their navy spirit wear, cheering on the team, enjoying sno cones and Hill Gliding (using cardboard boxes to slide down the stadium hills). 

Friday Night Lights

School spirit is strong at All Saints', whether you are hanging out at the football game, cheering on our championship field hockey team or meeting friends at the baseball game.

Senior Project and Capstone

Our seniors complete their normal classwork in April, leaving the last month of their high school career to actively participate in a Senior Project where they explore career or service opportunities.


Commencement on the Burnett Great Lawn

Our seniors have the special opportunity to walk the stage on campus with our Chapel as the backdrop. The entire campus gets excited when the white chairs start to line the Great Lawn.

bell tolling

Bell Tolling

The Ewin Bell Tower rings 33 times (one for every year of Jesus' life) on Friday afternoons in honor of individuals in our community who have recently passed. 

Birthday Blessings

Students in Early Childhood and Lower School receive a Birthday Blessing in Chapel, and the entire Division sings a special birthday song in their honor.


What began as a parish preschool in 1951 has evolved into a world-class college preparatory school serving students Age 3- Grade 12. 


First Preschool Class

All Saints' Episcopal School began as a preschool for parishioners of All Saints' Episcopal Church when it was located on Crestline Rd.


Class of 1989

The first class of seniors, three girls and five boys, graduated from the Tumbleweed Trail campus.


Classical Odyssey Trip

The All Saints' Curriculum Foundation was established in 1997 by the Lee and Ramona Bass Foundation, and is celebrated for honoring classical tenets through the development of distinctive programs within our History and Classics departments, as well as fostering a community-wide appreciation for our School's intellectual heritage. The Foundation’s purpose is to support the School in the development of an interdisciplinary teaching approach to the political, artistic, literary and philosophical achievement of Western Civilization.


Entry Sign

The Normandale campus opened initially for Lower and Middle School, and would ultimately join students Age 3 - Grade 12, Chapel and athletic facilities at one location. 



All Saints' received its first joint accreditation from the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools and the Independent School Association of the Southwest.



The All Saints' Chapel was dedicated in 2003 and underwent an expansion and organ installation in 2017. It is home to the Daily Worship, weekly Eucharist, parent gatherings and many special ceremonies like Kindergarten Matriculation and Senior Robing.


2006 Graduation

The Class of 2006 was the first to graduate from the Normandale campus on the Burnett Great Lawn, where Commencement still takes place today.


44 Acres Sign

The acquisition of an adjacent 44 acres has provided greater campus security, space to dream about expansion and an alternative revenue source.


Class of 2021 Honors College

Several dynamic programs launched or expanded, including the Tad Bird Honors College, the nationally-ranked Solar Car, and the summer program (which is now called SummerYou.) The Dillard Center for Early Childhood also opened to welcome preschool students officially back into the Saints family after a decades-long hiatus. Pictured is the Class of 2021 Honors College cohort on their freshman year excursion up Mount Katahdin.


Sellers & Campbell Union

The Sellers & Campbell Union opened in 2017 to serve as the gathering place for daily breakfast, K-12 lunch, parent coffees and more. It physically and metaphorically connects all Divisions at the center of campus, with the shape and windows keeping all eyes focused on Chapel.