All Saints' Episcopal Day School is a unique Phoenix private school and is the only NAIS-member school, Pre-Kindergarten through Grade Eight, which offers an education that combines academic excellence with an inclusive religious foundation that emphasizes love and respect. At All Saints' Episcopal Day School, all faiths are welcome. Since 1963 All Saints' Episcopal Day School students have been encouraged to realize their highest potential as lifelong learners, artists, athletes, and leaders of the future.

All Saints' Episcopal mission became a parish in 1952 under its first rector, the Rev. Paul DeWitt Urbano, and the Church was completed six years later. All Saints' Episcopal Day School opened in the fall of 1963. The 2012-13 school year marked the 50th anniversary as one of the top private schools in Phoenix.

All Saints’ Episcopal Church and Day School share an 11-acre former date farm parcel in the heart of a beautiful residential district in Central Phoenix, a perfect setting for our private Pre-K - 8 school. Some of the school buildings date back to the church and school’s founding. Major remodeling and construction in 1988 of the independent private school produced an art and music building, outdoor amphitheater, school offices, library, lunch pavilion, sports court, and science and computer labs. Between 1998 and 2006, several new facilities were completed including the David John Watson Academic Building which houses middle school classrooms, two state-of-the-art science labs, and two computer labs; the Father Carl G. Carlozzi Gymnasium; and the new Manning Hall which serves as a prime meeting space and includes a commercial kitchen and cafeteria.

During the summer of 2007, the campus facilities were expanded to include a Pre-Kindergarten Center featuring two classrooms, kitchen area, bathrooms, and a new playground; a new band room; and a lower school science room. These new additions helped expand the private elementary school campus in Phoenix. Outdoor pavilions, shade trees, the Memorial Garden, and a redesigned playing field contribute to a wholesome, “outdoorsy” feel and create an academic oasis in the center of the city.