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Our Mission Drives Our Work

All Saints' has grown and evolved in many ways since opening in the fall of 1963; however, everything we do is guided by our mission and core tenets. Our mission is our greatest strength: it defines who we are, what we do, and where we are going. It is at the center of all we do.  

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All Saints Episcopal Day School

Academic Excellence

Our faculty and staff are committed to helping each child find success by identifying areas of growth and supporting their individual strengths.

Character Cultivation

We develop confident students who are inspired and well-equipped to contribute to an ever-changing world.


We have passionate and experienced educators, engaged families, and welcoming students.

The All Saints' Way

Each year, all Board of Trustees members, students, faculty, and staff sign The All Saints' Way, affirming our commitment to this shared ideology—central to who we are as a Community of All Saints':All Saints’ Episcopal Day School is a community which strives to create an academic, social, and spiritual climate where people learn, work, and play together with respect, responsibility, and understanding.

We are committed to engendering an appreciation for individuals of different races, cultures, religions, monetary resources, physical abilities, and sexual orientation. We uphold those values through the curriculum, adult example, and social and financial support. We seek diversity in the composition of our student body, faculty, staff, and board.

The School aims to help students become competent, confident, lifelong learners, who are responsible, caring, contributing citizens to the communities and diverse world in which they live.

The commitment of all community members is essential to achieving our objectives for the students we serve.

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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.


students in Pre-Kindergarten 
through Eighth Grade


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.


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.


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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.


established as an outreach ministry of All Saints’ Episcopal Church


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.  ­


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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.


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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.