Academics

Student Organizations

Lower School

List of 5 items.

  • Learning

    Beginning in first grade, the integrated curriculum incorporates hands-on and engaging activities with age-appropriate goals. It emphasizes building new knowledge upon prior knowledge with the active involvement of each student in their own learning. We have a culture of collaboration and curiosity weaved into every lesson. Maintaining small class sizes allow teachers to give careful attention to individual needs with differentiating the curriculum while enabling students to work collaboratively, collegially, and respectfully with others. As students make continued growth and move towards more abstract inferential thinking and reasoning, the curriculum is broadened to teach important skills in a meaningful, systematic way so that students have the strong foundation of knowledge essential for future academic success.
     
    The Lower School offers a blend of enrichments including music, physical education, art, faith formation, library/media center, technology, math, and Spanish. Students will experience on-campus activities and field trips to enhance units of study in science, history, fine arts, literacy, and other categories. Our students feel free to express themselves and to develop their individual voices with our Responsive Classroom approach to character development. Our community recognizes that young children’s education is continually evolving and therefore we strive to leverage the latest research in pedagogy, social, emotional learning, intentional uses for technology in a classroom setting, and instructional best practices. All Saints is empowering the next generation of strong men and women as passionate leaders; this begins, without a doubt, on the very first day of 3K and continues throughout their All Saints journey.
     
  • Chess Club

    Chess Club is for any student wanting to learn or improve their game. The club will participate 7 tournaments in East Texas and host 2 of the tournaments. These tournament are for scholastic beginners and scholarship amateurs with USCF ratings under 1400.
  • Engineering & Design Club

    For 3rd and 4th graders we offer an after school Enrichment in the form of the Engineering & Design Club. Students first study about – then build for themselves – structures like skyscrapers, bridges and windmills. Then the real fun begins with machines and mechanisms such as robots, where they actually design the programs that makes their robots run!
  • Odyssey of the Mind

    OM is a competitive club that studies and prepares for state, national, and world competitions. Students are presented with challenges and tasks that must be solved. Team members apply their creativity to solve problems that range from building mechanical devices to presenting their own interpretation of literary classics.
  • Ukulele Club

    The after-school ukulele class is open to 3rd - 5th graders. The class meets one afternoon per week and runs from September through November. When students register for the ukulele class they are able to choose the color of ukulele they want. Students have fun learning chords, strumming patterns and playing familiar folk songs.

Intermediate School

List of 3 items.

  • Chess Club

    Chess Club is for any student wanting to learn or improve their game. The club will participate 7 tournaments in East Texas and host 2 of the tournaments. These tournament are for scholastic beginners and scholarship amateurs with USCF ratings under 1400.
  • Odyssey of the Mind

    OM is a competitive club that studies and prepares for state, national, and world competitions. Students are presented with challenges and tasks that must be solved. Team members apply their creativity to solve problems that range from building mechanical devices to presenting their own interpretation of literary classics.
  • PSIA

    PSIA (Private School Interscholastic Association) offers 59 academic contests in Math, Science, Language Arts, Speech, Social Studies, and Fine Arts for Grades 1-8.

Middle School

List of 3 items.

  • Chess Club

    Chess Club is for any student wanting to learn or improve their game. The club will participate 7 tournaments in East Texas and host 2 of the tournaments. These tournament are for scholastic beginners and scholarship amateurs with USCF ratings under 1400.
  • PSIA

    PSIA (Private School Interscholastic Association) offers 59 academic contests in Math, Science, Language Arts, Speech, Social Studies, and Fine Arts for Grades 1-8.
  • Student Council

    Student Council members are elected by their Advisory and plan activities for the Middle School students. Student Council gives students the opportunity to experience leadership and teamwork while providing service to the Middle School and its students.

Upper School

List of 12 items.

  • A - Team

    A - Team is a student ambassador program for students in 9th - 12th grade. These ambassadors assist with the admissions process and provide prospective families with a student's view of All Saints. They also help with open houses, tours, and special events on campus.
  • Art Club

     
    The Art Club participates in various community service projects. Members contribute their artwork to school faculty and staff. The Art Club is also responsible for student art exhibits on campus.
  • Astronomy Club

    The Astronomy Club is appropriate for all physics and astronomy lovers. Club members will explore, study, discuss, and view all manner of celestial objects, including moons, planets, stars and galaxies.
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes


    For student-athletes who want to see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletics. FCA leaders lead small group Bible Studies each week.
  • French Club / Spanish Club

    Membership is based on interest and enrollment in that particular language class. These clubs will participate in service projects, cultural awareness activities, social events, and cultural celebrations.
  • Multicultural Club

    This club offers students an opportunity to celebrate their differences by providing a forum to discuss and explore different cultures, ethnicity and heritages.
  • National Honor Society

    Affiliated with the national organization, NHS is a service club open to sophomore, juniors, and seniors who meet standards of academic excellence and personal integrity. Students must maintain a 93 average in all courses and are eligible for membership after three semesters in the Upper School.
  • R.E.A.C.H.

    An all-girls group dedicated to bettering themselves and the community through Reaching, Empowering, Accepting, Caring, and Honoring.
  • Student Senate

    The purpose of the Student Senate is to give students opportunities for leadership and service to the school community. Students’ suggestions and grievances are brought to the Student Senate for consideration. Members work with the Dean of Students and the All Saints Parent Association to develop social activities.
  • Student Vestry

    Upper School students who serve on this committee work with the school Chaplain to assist in worship, prayer, music, and devotionals.
  • Web Developement Club

    The Web Development Club is for any student that has an interest in working with web based technology. Members will have the opportunity to work with other like minded students to learn basic design principles and programming languages geared towards web development.
  • Young Democrats / Young Republicans

    These clubs allow students to explore and be involved in our government’s political process.