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All Saints’ Episcopal School embraces a community of diverse learners in an innovative and supportive, college-preparatory environment within the framework of the Anglican tradition. It is a place where servants, scholars, artists, and athletes are recognized for their unique gifts and are prepared exceptionally well for the challenges of college and the world ahead of them.
Located on an expansive 147-acre gated campus in west Fort Worth, All Saints’ is known for its balanced, well-rounded curriculum and programming that develops the genius within each student. Whether a student begins the All Saints’ journey in Kindergarten, sixth grade, freshman year, or anywhere along the way, he is continuously growing in depth and independence so that when the time comes to explore, analyze, and apply to colleges and universities, he is ready.
The All Saints’ Class of 2017 graduated in May with remarkable distinction and honors. The class of 93 seniors received acceptances to more than 200 different colleges and universities in the U.S. and abroad. Nearly 200 merit scholarships, totaling $9.3 million, were extended to 70 percent of the seniors. This year, 14 seniors graduated with distinction reflective of the Tad Bird Honors College, the Upper School program designed for the most highly engaged and intellectually curious students.
All Saints’ Episcopal School is the only private school in Tarrant County that is dual-accredited by nationally recognized accreditation agencies.