The Lower School of All Saints Episcopal School is a special place for children, where learning and growing occur at each student’s own pace. Every child is invited to explore and discover their world through the dedication of a nurturing school family. Students are encouraged to construct their own connections in understanding concepts, not simply memorize and regurgitate answers. By igniting each child’s natural curiosity, All Saints instills a lifelong love of learning in children of the Lower School.
Bounding out of the car each morning, children in grades pre-K – 4th know that they are in a very special place. As they begin another day of learning, their environment will nurture their desire to learn new things and their joy in discovery. Students and teachers learn and grow together in their understanding of the world around them. The lifeskills and values of mutual respect, cooperation, and academic challenge are shared. There is a spirit of friendliness and service that glows within each member of our school community.
All Saints Episcopal Lower School is an independent, co-educational day school for students in pre-K-4th grades. We are dedicated to low teacher to student ratios in each classroom. Classrooms are self-contained and we offer enrichments in art, computer, music, Spanish, science, math, library, and Physical Education. In addition to our 26 classrooms, our students make several visits to our Learning Enrichment Center for academic support or enrichment and enjoy our Environmental Education Center (EEC). Our extensive playground area is designed for the children’s safety and imagination. Recess is scheduled daily.
This brief glimpse of our Lower School gives you a snapshot of our program. To truly understand us, I invite you to arrange a tour and visit our campus.
If you would like more information, please call 903.579.6000 x3202 or click here to email Gloria Zapalac, Head of Lower School.