Rooted in our tradition of academic excellence, our vision is to inspire our children to think differently and take intellectual risks through spaces that foster imagination, creative thinking, collaboration, flexibility, and adaptability.
Flexibility in using indoor and outdoor learning spaces is central to the All Saints' educational experience.
Outdoor spaces on campus are used in significant ways—from community gatherings and performances, to collaborative group work, to individual study.
We were thrilled to open the doors to the Christopher Ray Milisci Academic Building with the beginning of the 2022–23 school year. The 50,000 SF building was intentionally designed with inquiry at the center.
Children can brainstorm ideas in their new classrooms, research them in the Lenhardt Library, and watch them come to life in the Ward DREAMlabs, classroom terraces, and Middle School Plaza.
The Shaver Learning Commons was completed in 2023. Designed to elevate our tradition of academic excellence and reinforce our sense of community, the outdoor space holds a wealth of features that provide opportunities to explore new methods for teaching and learning and spaces for our community to gather and create lasting memories.
In lower school, all classrooms have direct access to outdoor space for learning and in middle school students can move independently around campus to read, work, and meet in groups.
Middle school students also have access to a second-floor Middle School Plaza where they can study.
These learning spaces are an integral part of our educational approach since we believe children develop best when they have the ideal environment for learning.