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All Saints Episcopal School, Tyler, Texas was incorporated as a legal entity in May of 1976. The school began the 1976 – 1977 school year with a meager enrollment of 118 students and 11 faculty members with classes through the 6th grade. During 1983 and 1984, the flourishing school outgrew the local Christ Episcopal Church facilities. Thanks to the faith and vision of a dedicated Board of Trustees and a group of parents, the present campus on the corner of Loop 323 and Briarwood Road became a reality with the construction of the Lower School building. All Saints had 326 students enrolled in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade at that time.


In 1992 the school purchased an additional 108 acres of land surrounding the Lower School. Since 1992 the school has added facilities to encompass grades pre-K through 12th, a choir room, band hall, science and mathematics facility, administration offices, art studios, an outdoor environmental education center, and many athletic venues. In 1997 All Saints first graduating class (12 students) matriculated.


All Saints Episcopal School, an independent, co-educational college preparatory school, is accredited by the Independent School Association of the Southwest (ISAS) and the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools (SAES). The school offers a classical, liberal arts program for grades pre-K through 12. All Saints promotes excellence in education through a balance of programs that cultivate every aspect of its students’ lives: intellectual, spiritual, philosophical, physical, social, and cultural. It is the commitment of All Saints to provide an environment that cultivates not only the mind, but the heart and soul as well. We believe that the school provides the first steps to final success for our students.