2020

  • June

    Re-Entry Planning 2020-2021

    Visit our Re-Entry webpage for information and updates regarding planning for the fall. 
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  • Semi-Finalist in Circle Theatre High School Playwriting Project

    Mary Caruthers '20 was named a semi-finalist for the 2020 Circle Theatre High School Playwriting Project. Her play, A Sight to See, is in the top eight plays from a field of over 100 submissions from all over DFW. This is Mary's second year in a row to be named a semi-finalist! 
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  • Ella Coleman '21

    Big Wins in Congressional Art Contest

    All Saints' artists earned both First Place and Congresswoman's Choice in the 2020 Congressional Art Contest!
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  • May

    Four NISCA Academic All American Swimmers

    All Saints' is pleased to congratulate four NISCA Academic All American Swimmers:
     
    Charles Arnette '20
    Jack Comtois '20
    Max Guerra '20
    Andrew Heath '20

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  • Class of 2020

    Our seniors were supposed to walk the stage on the Great Lawn this morning but we will still celebrate them today from afar while they await receiving their diplomas in June. 
     
    The Class of 2020 is our largest graduating class yet at 111 students strong; ninety percent of the class was offered a scholarship with total dollars earned by the group landing at $15.8 million! Read more about the Class of 2020 by browsing the full senior publication
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  • 2020 Slaughter Family Arts Awards

    Ten Upper School Fine Arts students received 13 nominations in the inaugural Slaughter Family Arts Awards. Finalists will have the chance to win a $500 scholarship; winners will be announced next week.
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  • Network for Good

    Two alums, Alexa Fleet '13 and Claire Prioleau '16, are doing their part to support and thank healthcare heroes through their work with HeroMeals NYC and Feed the Front Line DFW. Now, it's our turn to help. 
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  • Color Pencil Drawing by Anais Bayles '22

    Student Art Selected for Southern Teachers 2020 Calendar

    The color pencil work, Chapel Sunrise, by Anais Bayles '22 has been selected from 300 entries to be included in the Southern Teachers 2020 Calendar. See all selected works here.
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  • April

    Commencement Update + Senior Week Traditions

    While the spring semester has been an adjustment for everyone, our seniors have been watching their celebratory events slide by – college day on campus, athletic recognition nights, prom and more. Thankfully, with Governor Abbott’s announcement this week to start reopening Texas in phases, we believe we have enough visibility to narrow our contingency plans and announce the Class of 2020 Commencement week…reimagined.
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  • Watch our students STRETCH

    Two of the most critical pieces of the Honors College experience occur during the junior and senior years and are open to all Upper School students who are willing to stretch themselves, engage in high-level critical thinking and give back to the community in meaningful ways. Juniors compile a Junior Honors Thesis, and seniors engage in a Senior Capstone Project. The final presentation of these two projects is STRETCH.
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  • 2020 Cum Laude Inductees

    The Cum Laude Society recognizes academic achievement in secondary schools for the purpose of promoting excellence, justice and honors. Congratulations to the new All Saints' inductees listed below.
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  • 3D Design Class Published

    Our 3D Design Class was featured in the March issue of Computers in Libraries, thanks to Kim Moore, our Upper School Librarian as well as the teacher of Web 2.0 Research and 3D Design.
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  • Theatre Arts Garners DSM and Buckley Nominations

    The All Saints' Theatre Arts Department has garnered two Dallas Summer Musical nominations and a Betty Lynn Buckley nomination!
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  • March

    Matthew Hartmann '20

    Senior Receives NMSC Underwritten Scholarship

    Another congratulations goes to Matthew Hartmann '20! He is among the few National Merit Scholars to be awarded one of the underwritten scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Most National Merit Scholars are named as part of the recognition program and do not receive scholarship dollars.
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  • Virtual Classrooms Launch

    All Saints' Episcopal School of Fort Worth pivoted to online learning Monday for all grade levels (Age 3 -  Grade 12), the first Tarrant County school to do so.
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  • COVID-19 Update

    In an effort to be proactive in preventing community transmission of COVID-19, the All Saints' campus will be closed next week, March 16-20, and EC-12 teaching and learning will take place online. 
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  • Vote Top Teacher!

    We ask that you join us in nominating Lynne Pendergrass, First Grade Faculty, as a Fort Worth Top Teacher! 
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  • February

    Keller Patterson '24 and Ian Lawler '25

    Instrumental Stand-Outs

    The sound of music is strong at All Saints' this spring! Read more about recent band and piano awards. 
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  • Charlie Wright '20 Wins 1st Place in Black & White Photography Contest

    Charlie Wright '20 won first place in the Architecture category at the 31st Annual Fort Worth Country Day Black & White Images Exhibition for his photo, Perfect Symmetry.
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  • Jack Delk '20

    Two Students Named National Merit Finalists

    Congratulations to seniors, Jack Delk and Matthew Hartmann, for being named National Merit Finalists this week.
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  • Senior Wins Shakespeare Monologue Contest, Second Year in a Row

    Congratulations to Charles Worrell '20 for winning the Shakespeare Monologue Contest for the second year in a row! Charles is the first two-time winner in School history and will go on to compete at the DFW area competition on March 7.  
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  • Varsity Wrestling & Swim Teams Compete in State Tournaments

    All Saints' wrestling and swim teams competed in the TAPPS State Tournament for their respective sports, bringing home 15 medals (7 wrestling, 8 swimming).
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  • National Signing Day 2020

    All Saints' celebrated eight student athletes this morning who committed to play athletics at the collegiate level. These eight join the five students who signed their letters of intent in November. Please join us in congratulating these seniors on their success in the classroom and on the field.
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  • January

    Mary Caruthers '20 and Jake Stites '21 with Emily Davis, Middle and Upper School Choral Director

    Two Upper School Students at All-State Choir

    Mary Caruthers ’20, soprano, and Jake Stites ’21, tenor, performed with the TPSMEA All-State Choir this past weekend at the Eismann Center for Performing Arts in Richardson. The TPSMEA All-State Choir is comprised of the top 200 private school choral students from the state of Texas.   
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  • Noah Wade '20

    Seven Varsity Swimmers Qualify for State

    Seven varsity swimmers qualified for the TAPPS Division 1 State Swim Meet on February 7, 2020.

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  • SummerYou is coming!

    We're excited to announce that summer at All Saints' has a new look and lots of new camp offerings! With 233 camps to choose from over 11 weeks of summer, your family won't be riding the boredom train. 
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  • Third Grader Takes Ribbon at FWSSR Art Contest

    Third grader, Brooke Torres, was awarded a fourth place ribbon for her bluebonnets at the annual Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo Art Contest. 
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