Academics

Upper School

The Upper School at All Saints has a rich tradition of academics and extra-curricular activities that allows students to grow intellectually and personally. The nurturing faculty encourages students to explore opportunities and to expand their minds through a variety of experiences, both inside and outside of the classroom.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Service Learning

    Upper School students participate in service learning. Projects are coordinated by our five student service senators, and allow the student body to extend the school community. These opportunities support the school’s mission of balancing matters of the spirit and the intellect. 
  • Technology

    Technology is an integral part of the student experience at All Saints. A wireless campus allows for the creative use of laptop and tablet technology by students and teachers. In August 2014, the Upper School launched Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). With this program, all Upper School students bring a device daily. We’re excited that this allows students and teachers to leverage technological advances to create a bridge between traditional classroom methods and the latest information and learning methodologies. 
  • Student Experience

    Students from various nations represent a growing international population and drawn to this independent preparatory school by the educational opportunity.  Whether in the arts, athletics, community service, student government, or a club, every student can find a rewarding niche in the Upper School.  While the Upper School years are academically challenging and personally rewarding, our graduates agree that All Saints has been worth their effort because they find themselves well prepared for college.
  • National Merit

    The Upper School is characterized by small classes, which allows and encourages interaction among students and faculty. We are proud that National Merit Semi-Finalists and Commended Scholars routinely make up 10% of the senior class. Much of this success comes because Upper School teachers challenge each student to think critically, pose questions, and seek solutions.

Curriculum

Upper School Staff