Congratulations to these two student athletes for their hard work on the field and in the classroom. The Class of 2018 boasts 15 student athletes who have signed letters of intent to play collegiate athletics encompassing four different sports.
Congratulations to All Saints’ art students, Sienna DelConte ’19, Izy Logan ’19, Victoria Rosinia ‘18 and Mary Frances Burnette '18, who are finalists in the Mayor Betsy Price High School Art Competition. Sienna has two pieces of art in the finals - Me in Blue & Sonora Cactus. Izy has one piece in the finals, Taking the Lead. Victoria has two pieces of art in the finals, Dalia in Blue & Rust and Rugged. Mary Frances has one piece of art in the finals, Winter Water Lilies.
We honored the newest inductees of the Cum Laude Society on Thursday, April 19 in the All Saints' Chapel. The Cum Laude Society recognizes academic achievement in secondary schools for the purpose of promoting excellence (Areté), justice (Diké) and honor (Timé).
Celia Nowlin '19 has been nominated for a Betty Lynn Buckley Award in the category of Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for her performance in the US Musical, Seussical! Since All Saints’ started participating in the Buckley Awards in 2011, this is our 25th nomination.
For the first time in history, All Saints’ A Cappella Choir received straight 1’s on stage at contest! In addition, ALL 26 Upper School state soloists and ensemble members received gold medals. Congratulations to Emily Davis, MS/US Choral Director, and her students for this incredible feat.
Lauren Richardson '19 and Clark Mills '18 won 3rd and 4th place respectively, in the 2018 Congressional Art Competition, securing two of five awards for All Saints'. Their winning works will be displayed at the U.S. Capitol for one year.
Middle School's Project Empathy is a pillar of the All Saints' service learning program and has evolved over the last 10+ years into significant local partnerships; these partnerships are critical connections for our students because they make the collecting of donations and the Overnight Experience relevant and very real to kids who may never have seen or interacted with someone in poverty/hunger. It also plants seeds to show the substantial impact their two grade levels (primarily) can make in an organization and to other families in need. Here are the main partnerships within the four Project Empathy experiences.
Two of All Saints' senior wrestlers competed in the National Prep Wrestling Tournament in Pennsylvania, February 23-24. Caleb Silvia '18 finished seventh in the nation and Holden Fricks '18 finished ninth.
All Saints' celebrated 12 student athletes this morning who committed to play athletics at the collegiate level. Please join us in congratulating these seniors on their success in the classroom and on the field.
Middle School's Project Empathy led an overwhelming response to the Presbyterian Night Shelter's need for warmth items like blankets, socks, scarves and gloves. With donations from every Division, All Saints' students delivered enough items to double PNS's inventory, filling 12 extra large U-Haul boxes!
Claire Wallace '20 was named Grand Champion in the 2018 Star-Telegram Stock Show Art Contest on Saturday. Her art piece, Dirt on My Boots, auctioned for $11,000 - an auction record! This is the second year in a row that an All Saints' student has been named Grand Champion!
All Saints’ Episcopal School is a leading college preparatory day school in Fort Worth, Texas. Grounded in the Episcopal school tradition, All Saints’ offers programming of national distinction in the academic, fine art, athletic and spiritual disciplines, which brings to life our philosophy of promoting each student’s individual genius within.