Skip To Main Content

Header Holder

Desktop Translate ( don't delete )

Links & Search

Search

Toggle Menu

Landing Nav

Breadcrumb

Home

Home Slideshow

School entrance
New Family Welcome Guide
Students outdoors with iPad and teacher
Image Title 1

Optional description lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing
elit sagittis lacus.

CRM north view
CRMnorthview.jpg
Middle school girl student in art class
ms-girl-art.jpg
Student raising hand in class
Image Title 2
Students playing basketball
basketball.jpg
Shaver Learning Commons
...To Reality

The completed Shaver Learning Commons looking west

Above shot of Pre K students
PK-fromabove.jpg
Byrd students in classroom
byrdstudents.jpg
Lower school DREAM students
ls-dream.jpg
Two students playing volleyball in school gym
volleyball_1.jpg

Sticky CTA Links

Image / Video - Resource

The All Saints' Way

We strive to create an academic, social, and spiritual climate where people learn, work, and play together with respect, responsibility, and understanding. That’s the All Saints' Way.

We pride ourselves on offering challenging academics and cultivating character within a nurturing community rooted in our Episcopal ethos of inclusivity.

Resource

Students - science is cool

All Saints’ At A Glance

With 15 acres in the heart of Central Phoenix, exceptional faculty, and a child-centered learning focus, All Saints' provides boundless opportunities for preschool through middle school students to grow into who they are and who they will become.

535

students in Pre-Kindergarten 
through Eighth Grade

Relationship-centered

With approximately 535 students, our class sizes are small. We strongly believe in the power of student-teacher relationships. Everything we do is guided by our core tenets of academic excellence, character cultivation, and community.

15

acre property is home to our Phoenix private school located in the heart of the city

Room to Grow

Our 15-acre campus offers ample green space, outdoor pavilions, and mature shade trees—creating a park-like setting in the heart of our historic North Central Neighborhood. Outdoor spaces on campus are used in significant ways as part of the All Saints' educational experience.

72,000

square feet of classroom space

Learning Anywhere and Everywhere

All Saints' campus houses over 72,000 square feet of classroom space, including a state-of-the-art academic building, two makerspaces, collaborative workspaces and more.

1963

established as a ministry of All Saints’ Episcopal Church

Time-tested

Since 1963, All Saints' Episcopal Day School has established a legacy of excellence, educating students from pre-k through eighth grade in Central Phoenix. The school first opened its doors on September 9, 1963 with 60 students in kindergarten through third grade.  ­

9:1

student/faculty ratio

Small by Design

At each grade level, our flexible and adaptive curriculum allows faculty to provide individualized attention. Daily instruction includes a mix of whole group, small group, and individual formats with a focus on relationship building to further engage students in learning.

95%

of graduates have been accepted into their first-choice high school

More than Ready

All Saints' middle school graduates are more than academically prepared for the next step in their educational journey. They're lifelong learners with a strong sense of purpose and all of the tools necessary for success in high school, college, and beyond.

Our Community Stories

An All Saints' education provides the foundation for students to develop into thoughtful leaders in the classroom and beyond.

Select your gallery

Select your gallery with stories, please don't change the settings, leave the default settings as they are now. 

Second-grade students transition from learning to read to reading to learn as they work on U.S. State research projects.

In third grade, students complete a cross-disciplinary project focused on endangered animals. In the process, they sharpen their research, writing, and technology skills and more.

For the Desai family, the opportunity to learn about other cultures and explore different passions have been a cornerstone of the All Saints' experience.

For the Franklin family, student-teacher relationships have built a lasting foundation for their children.

Resource Image with college logos slider

Image Border - Top

Church gate

College Bound

All Saints' graduates are more than academically prepared for the next step in their educational journey. They're lifelong learners with a strong sense of purpose and all of the tools necessary for success in high school, college, and beyond.

College Logos

Brown University logo
Ohio State University logo
RICE logo
Vanderbilt University logo
UNC logo
Duke University logo
Harvard University logo
University of Texas at Austin logo
MIT logo
Stanford seal logo
Boston University logo
Cal tech logo