Beyond the Classroom
Quote from Debra about co-curricular/extensions
Lower School students attend daily morning prayer services four times each week and a Eucharist service once a week. Students are the officiants and readers at all morning prayer services, and serve as acolytes and readers at all Eucharist services. Learn more about why we believe daily group worship is important.
Godly Play & Religion Classes
Kindergarten - Grade 2 students attend Godly Play, a co-curricular that uses a hands-on approach to learning Bible stories. Students in grades 3-5 attend religion classes (Bible: Old Testament, Bible: New Testament and World Religions) with our Early Childhood and Lower School Chaplain. Learn more about why we believe religious education is important.
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The All Saints' Exploratorium
All Lower School graders experience science, design thinking, digital production and project-based learning in the Exploratorium. This space provides opportunities for experimentation through science content lessons and the engineering design process. Students can "think like a marine biologist" through our Career Adventures initiative and explore their genius within through a Maker Skills Workshop. Investigations in coding and robotics develop critical thinking, inspire collaboration and serve as a primer for Middle School Robotics.
Our K-2 chess program is the best in the nation, winning 10+ team trophies and 26 individual trophies in one year, boasting an undefeated record for more than a decade.
Each grade level participates in a specific service project during the year. In addition, students may participate in School-wide initiatives, including Stock the Shelves supporting food insecure neighbors in the Las Vegas Trail area.
Our students benefit from 147 acres to explore, extensive resources of a multi-age school, and plenty of role models in the big kids on campus. Lower School students attend pep rallies, sporting events and all-School events like Blessing of the Pets, BINGO and Pumpkin Patch.