Upper School

Distinctive Features

List of 10 items.

  • Block Schedule

    In preparation for college, Upper School students rotate on a block schedule of four classes on one day and four different classes on the next. Students are expected to take seven classes and may elect to take a study hall or choose another course for the 8th block.
  • Chapel Services

    Upper School students attend daily prayer services three times a week and a Eucharist service every Thursday. On Wednesdays, students meet with Advisory groups, attend class meetings or hear guest lecturers.
  • Clubs and Leadership Opportunities

    Leadership Opportunities
      • Solar Car Challenge
      • Bible Study
      • Improv
      • Yoga
      • Table Tennis
      • Music Project
      • Remote Control Club
      • Future Politicians
      • Open Book
      • Coalition of Diversity and Inclusion
      • Eco Campus
      • Young Investors
      • Challenge Success
      • Growing Saints
  • College and Academic Advising

    College advisors work closely with students and their families as they navigate the college search and application process. During the school year, students and their families are able to participate in a number of activities designed to help every student find the college or university that is the best fit. Learn more about our College Advising program. 
  • Community Activities

    Traditions are rich at All Saints’, and Upper School students enjoy participating in a variety of activities that celebrate community, such as: Howdy Week, pep rallies, Homecoming Week, concerts in the Commons, ping-pong tournaments, musical performances in weekly Eucharist services, Junior Unity Day, Baccalaureate, Senior Robing and Commencement on the Burnett Great Lawn.
  • Fine Arts

    The Fine Arts program promotes creativity across the curriculum. Art, drama, dance and individual music students participate in the regional Independent Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS) Arts Festival and other local competitions. Students are required to take two years of Fine Arts and may also take these courses as electives. For more information, visit our Upper School Artists page. 
  • Honors Tracks and Special Projects

    Honors Tracks
    Special Projects
    • Senior Project: Seniors participate in real-world experiences and internships.
    • Senior Philanthropy ProjectSeniors engage in an experiential projection which they study community needs and participate in making philanthropic grants to local non-profit agencies.
    • Junior Honors Thesis
    • Solar Car Team

    The RANGE is an 16-acre natural area on campus that includes a wetland, native grassland, garden and orchard, students learn in an outdoor classroom. This natural setting provides service opportunities, conservation awareness and enhancement of scientific instruction and writing experiences.
  • Technology

    In addition to digital literacy and computer science elective courses, digital learning is integrated into every course in the Upper School. Students bring a laptop to each class to use not just for note-taking but for a myriad of authentic learning opportunities. Upper School instructional practices challenge students to develop the skills necessary for the future by becoming creative communicators, computational thinkers, knowledge constructors, digital citizens, global collaborators, and empowered learners. For more information, visit our Technology page.
  • Travel Opportunities

    Upper School students participate in local, regional, national and international educational experiences\. Previous trips included travel to:

    • Washington, DC, to participate in the Inauguration and experience aspects of government first-hand
    • New York, NY, for a Fine Arts exploration of Broadway, museums, and culture
    • Malibu, CA, for a Yearbook Camp at Pepperdine University
    • Rockport, Padre Island and Port Aransas with the AP Biology class to observe and research different habitats
    • Alaska for a wilderness experience
    • Italy and Greece for a 13-day Classics Trip
    • Spain for a six-week study-abroad program in language and culture
    • Exchange opportunities with our partner school Barker College in Sydney, New South Wales Australia.
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