Sixteen acres of the All Saints' campus is set aside for use by every division in the exploration of our natural environment. We call this area, RANGE: Research, Adventure, Nature, Geology, Ecology. RANGE allows our community to get their hands dirty, to work in a way they might never have worked, to grow food they will eventually eat, and to learn about the environment in a more hands-on way than most have the opportunity. The fruit and vegetables grown in the Community Garden are donated to the All Saints' dining halls and also to West Aid, a local food bank. RANGE also preserves (and teaches the importance of preservation of) native grasslands and the animals that inhabit it. Learn more about the cycle of servant leadership that RANGE promotes by reading the Fall 2014 issue of Innovate.
Every division uses RANGE in an age-appropriate outdoor learning activiites.