All Saints Episcopal School Reviews
I love the academics at All Saints, but due to the average All Saints student having a boatload of money, there are lots of unappreciative kids.
For a private, 6-year-old private high school in the middle of a thriving public school system, All Saints’ education is top-notch. The best teachers, faculty, and students gather with an eagerness to learn and a fondness for one another in the family-like atmosphere of the school. As All Saints ages and procures more excellent students and staff, I know it will thrive and grow to be even stronger than it is now.
Fantastic school for younger students. High school lacks computer classes that I really could have used as a comp sci major.
I really benefited and enjoyed the small class size and closeness of all the student body. The teachers were VERY good and kept us on our toes at all times. A real tight community that most big schools can't offer.
The school has a strong, qualified trained staff. Teachers are all certified and many have advanced degrees.
This school is the best one in the area in terms of working with the whole child.
The school does an adequate job of responding to parent needs and concerns.
The facilities are very nice; bright, new, and fresh. Parent involvement is high. Students have the opportunity to learn from engaged, qualified teachers.
There is a wide variety of options for students - higher than one would imagine at a small school.
The school is prepared from a Health perspective with two FT nurses. The school has a uniformed police officer each day, security cameras, a single point of entry during the school day.