Episcopalians, like all Christians, believe that our life is founded on the life of Jesus, and that as a Church, we are called to offer the redeeming love of God in Christ to all people. Episcopal schools are a concrete expression of the Church’s care for young people and their families and are of the belief that God calls us to love all of God’s children. This open, welcoming, and loving attitude toward people of all faith traditions ensures that every child is a beloved member of the school community.
As an Episcopal School in the more than 300 year tradition of Episcopalians providing excellence in education, All Saints reflects a particular style and temperament that is unique to other private schools. While independent in mission, operation, and governance, our relationship with the Episcopal Church connects us to the history, tradition, resources, and stability of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas which provides All Saints a foundation that many other private schools lack. This is especially true in the openness of Episcopal schools to have religiously diverse students and faculty. Historically of primary concern in Episcopal Schools are excellence in education and the development of character, virtue, and honor.