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.
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.
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.
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.
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.