All Saints' Episcopal School
5.00 (3 reviews)
- All Saints' Episcopal Day School is a private, accredited preschool for children ages 2 through Kindergarten.
- Established in 1946, All Saints' is known for its array of academic and enrichment programs, a strong and adaptable play-based curriculum, a caring and committed Faculty, and a welcoming and supportive School community.
- All Saints' focuses on educating the Whole Child, with programs including library, music, visual arts, Spanish, social-emotional learning, Chapel, and community service.
- Adjacent to the University of Texas, All Saints' is centrally located and accessible from a majority of Austin neighborhoods.
- Before and After School Programs are available, as well as After School Enrichment Programs.
- Call or Email to schedule a tour or, to have additional information sent to you.
|School Type||Early Childhood / Day Care|
|School Membership(s)School Assoc.||National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES)|
Other religious school association(s)
National Association for the Education of Young Children
Other school association(s)
Texas Association of Accredited Private Schools (TAAPS)
|Grades Offered||Grades Nursery/Preschool-Kindergarten|
|Total Students||48 students|
|Student Body Type||Co-ed|
|% Students of Color|
State avg.: 39%
|Students by Grade|
Academics and Faculty
|Total Classroom Teachers||6 teachers|
|Student : Teacher Ratio||8:1|
National avg.: 13:1
|% Faculty w/Advanced Degree|
|Average Class Size||11 students|
|Classroom Dress Code||Casual|
Finances and Admission
|Admission Deadline||None / Rolling|
|Tuition Notes||$4320 2 Day 2's $6490 3 Day 2's $9950 5 Day 2's $5940 3 Day 3's $9950 5 Day 3's, PreK, PreK-II, Kindergarten 8:45 to 1:45 instructional day|
|% on Financial Aid|
|Average Financial Aid Grant||$3,500|
National avg.: 85%
|Admissions Director||Cindy La Porte|
- Classes meet Monday - Friday (8:45 - 1:45)
- Before School Program (7:45 - 8:45)
- After School Program (1:45 - 5:30)
- Morning and Afternoon Outdoor Play Time During Regular School Hours
- A Curriculum Strong in Language Arts and Math, and Adaptable to a Variety of Learning Styles and Development Levels
- Outstanding Library Collection
- Classroom iPads
- Regular School Programs include Library, Music, Visual Arts, Spanish, Social-Emotional Learning, Chapel, and Community Service
- After School Enrichment Classes include Cooking, Science, Art, Drama and Yoga (1:45 - 3:15)
- Nine Weeks of Summer Camp (9:00 - 3:00)
- Located in Central Austin adjacent to the University of Texas Campus
- Graduates are Well Prepared for Austin's Finest Public and Private Schools
- Teachers reguarly participate in continuing education workshops, including: Science Across the Disciplines, Technology in the Preschool Classroom, The Whole Brain Child (Tina Payne Bryson and Dan Siegel), Conscious Discipline, Math Differentiation, Emotional IQ, Helping Children Develop Independence, Zoo-Phonics, Music Together
- First Episcopal Preschool to Be Accredited by the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools (SAES)
- Winner of the Ken Bastian Award for Community Service (SAES).
- Head of School is 2016 Winner of the Ruth Jenkins Award for Outstanding Service in Episcopal Schools from the National Association of Episcopal Schools.
- PreK-II/Kindergarten Teacher received the Connie Wootton Teaching Award from the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools
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My son has attended ASEDS for two years (3s and Pre-K) and has both enjoyed it and grown tremendously. He's a very anxious and high-strung kid, and All Saints' environment -- truly loving and caring -- has been perfect for him. It's the one activity he's always enthusiastic about. The teachers are great. And -- this is maybe underappreciated in a school -- the other parents are uniformly great. It makes for a really special community. For a lot of schools, there is some signal activity or pedagogical philosophy that you can point to as the defining attribute of the school. That's harder for All Saints', because what really stands out is something that nearly any school is going to claim for itself, namely that it is a place where your child is truly loved. I can say from experience, though, that this is not a mere talking point at ASEDS. As far as the curriculum goes, it is a nice balance of play and instruction, and the pedadogy is practical (good literacy, handwriting and math programs) rather than theory-driven. Kids come out well-prepared for private or public elementary school. There's a range of afterschool enrichment classes available, too, which my son loved.
- Posted by Parent - ExNyEr
All Saints' is a sweet nurturing school and my preschooler loved and still loves it dearly. All Saints' Episcopal Day School was our child home away from home during the preschool years. Academically the school has nurtured my child's skills but most importantly it has nurtured her spiritually as a whole caring human being. All Saints whole child preparation made it easier for my child to transition to elementary school and thrive in a totally new environment. Even as a non-religious person I acknowledge and cherish chapel Fridays as days of reflection, connection, and empowerment for my little one. As a working parent, I highly recommend All Saints' Episcopal Day School.
- Posted by Parent - Rio10
All Saints' was such a special and important place to start our daughter's education. Being her first experience with any form of day care or school, we of course were concerned with the transition. Our worries were quickly alleviated once we witnessed the sweet and skillful abilities of All Saints' and its teachers to bring her into the fold and nurture her desire to explore and create. Her love of learning was fostered in an engaging and fun environment that developed in her an ability to ask questions and seek out the answers. Our daughter gained unique relationships during her first year with her friends and teachers at all levels that continue even after she's moved on to a new school. When we started the process of looking at local private and public schools, she was more than prepared for the next step, and has flourished in her first year at The Girls' School of Austin. We feel All Saints' played a large role in her becoming the bright, curious, and ambitious young lady she is today, and we can't wait for our son to start All Saints' in another year.
- Posted by Parent - Matthew
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