Students will engage with the stories of the Bible and the Christian faith through Godly Play.
Lower School Curriculum
Students build a strong Spanish foundation in interpersonal communication skills of listening and speaking by learning basic vocabulary and proper pronunciation.
Students build a strong foundation of letter identification, sounds and shapes through Letterland.
Kindergarteners will learn how to reason, solve problems, and create a strong number sense foundation through modeling and using manipulatives.
Students question, explore, and investigate the learning targets with art, hands-on activities, and real-life experiences.
Students are engrossed in the study of themselves, their families, their school, and community.
There is an intentional focus on the use of reading strategies and comprehension skills to help build independent readers.
First graders experience a well-balanced blend of history and citizenship education as they learn about traditions and early Texas events as well as how to become a participating member of society.
Students learn the Spanish alphabet while adding the additional vocabulary topics of the human body, shapes and animals.
Focusing on patterns and life cycles, students examine a variety of topics ranging from the physical science of waves to the movement of stars, to hatching chicken eggs and growing bean seeds.
First graders learn several strategies to add and subtract basic numbers, explore place value to the hundreds, and are introduced to double-digit addition and subtraction.
Student will become analytical problem solvers who can apply the skills they’ve learned to find accurate solutions.
Students will build deeper scientific knowledge and make real-world scientific connections through the integration of hands-on inquiry, technology, collaborative learning, reading, and research.
Students will continue to develop word recognition to become accurate, fluent readers.
Students continue to practice and develop proficiency through simple storylines, as well as, expand their vocabulary acquired through the previous years.
Students are able to read, write, listen and speak using basic Spanish expressions and questions through comprehensive input.
We focus on communities, what makes a community, and how communities change over time.
Students develop into independent readers by improving their fluency and developing more complex reading strategies.
Third Grade science develops big ideas and provides depth of understanding in life, earth, and physical science.
Students will become proficient in the following domains: operations and algebraic thinking, fractions, measurement and data, and geometry.
Students focus on an overview of the entirety of the Holy Bible.
This course is a study of many traditions of the Christian Faith.
Students advance in the Spanish language by engaging in dialogues.
Students examine the history of Texas from the early beginnings to the present within the context of influences of North America.
Students explore the physical world and changes to the land caused by weather and time.
Students develop operations and algebraic thinking by using the four operations with whole numbers and generalize place value understanding for multi-digit whole numbers.
Students study the different genres by reading novels and creating visual representations.
This course is a study of the Old Testament of the Christian Bible.
Students are exposed to various genres of literature with a focus on comprehension, critical thinking, character analysis and understanding of literary devices.
The introduction of new vocabulary and language structures deepen the students’ understanding of the Spanish language and their ability to communicate effectively at a higher level.
Fifth graders will develop the ability to ask scientific questions and develop reasonable explanations to their hypotheses based on their observations.
Age-appropriate development of both gross motor skills, teamwork and sport-specific skill instruction.
In 5th Grade history, students focus on Early American history from exploration and colonization through Manifest Destiny and westward expansion.
Fifth Grade Math students at All Saints’ will experience a coherent, comprehensive, and connected mathematical foundation.