All Saints Episcopal School is an independent school for students in 3K through the twelfth grade.  Offering a challenging, college prep curriculum in a nurturing, Christian environment, All Saints has earned a reputation for excellence.

As a school of inquiry, innovation, and impact we are designing programs and spaces that allow students to explore their questions, passions, and interests in a hands-on, experiential learning environment. All Saints focuses on helping each student identify his or her individual talents and areas of interest and then teaches students how to build on those gifts for a lifetime of success. 

The result is a school where creativity and self-expression are encouraged, and students are engaged, equipped and ready to lead into the 21st Century. Through our small classes, nurturing environment, and innovative programs students are inspired, encouraged, and compelledto become designers, developers, collaborators, and leaders ready to make a difference in the world.

All Saints provides an inclusive Christian environment where students are nurtured and challenged to reach their full potential academically, athletically, artistically, and spiritually and truly Discover Their All.

School Type 
Private Religious School
School Size 
Large (over 600 students)


Year Established 1976
Total Enrollment 609
College Matriculation 100%
Teacher to Student Ratio 1:11
International Students Ratio Unavailable
Teachers with Advanced Degree 36%
Gender Co-ed
AP Courses 19
Average Class Size 14
Average SAT Score 1250
Religious Affiliation Episcopal
Uniform Requirement Yes

Campus Features

  • As a school of inquiry, innovation, and impact, All Saints is designing programs and spaces that allow students to explore their questions, passions, and interests in a hands-on, experiential learning environment.
  • All Saints focuses on helping each student identify his or her individual talents and areas of interest and then teaches students how to build on those gifts for a lifetime of success.


Interview Requirements 
Application Fee 
Application Description 
Space Available 
Grade 7
Grade 8
Grade 9
Grade 10
Grade 11
Grade 12

Admission Instructions

This school does not require additional admission instructions

Test Score Requirement

Any Score
Any Score
Any Score
Academic Strength 
Top 40%
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AP Courses 
  • Art History
  • Biology
  • Calculus
  • Chemistry
  • Chinese
  • Economics
  • English
  • Environmental Science
  • European History
  • French
  • Government and Politics
  • Physics
  • Research
  • Seminar
  • Spanish
  • Statistics
  • Studio Art
  • US History
  • World History
Honor Courses  

Honors English, Honors Algebra, Honors Geometry, Honors Pre-Calculus, Honors Biology, Honors Chemistry, Honors World History, I Honors Spanish, IV Honors French, IV Christian Works

Special Programs  

Blended Learning: Our Idea Lab allows students to expand their learning opportunities with a mix of online and traditional face-to-face learning. Through partnerships with other institutions, we leverage the very best of distance and online learning across the globe.

Entrepreneurship: The E-Café (Entrepreneur Café) inspires an entrepreneurial mindset and pushes students beyond theory as they overcome authentic problems by establishing and maintaining an actual business. Mentorships with business leaders and entrepreneurs provide real-life immersion with a real-world experience.

Fabrication: Fab Lab (Fabrication laboratory) is a 21st century workshop offering access to a range of advanced tools (laser cutters, 3D Printers) to not only inspire students but to teach them the value of design thinking, prototyping, and ideating to solve real problems and have a positive impact beyond the walls of a classroom.

Integrated Media: Our Digi Studio allows students to explore the power of media and produce top quality digital resources for personal projects and for clients. Using industry quality hardware and software, students learn to effectively communicate stories about the world around them. Students become producers of important content allowing them to exercise media literacy that prepares them for the future.

Outdoor Education: The Outdoor Learning Center is a fully-equipped outdoor classroom that leverages the beauty of a natural wetland and forest to offer hands-on, authentic learning that inspires wonder and curiosity in students. The Learning Farm is the largest school learning farm in the state of Texas offering hands-on lessons in sustainability and farm-to-table produce. Our outdoor education programs allow students of all ages at All Saints to learn about science in a natural, experiential environment that supports teamwork, stewardship, empathy, and real world problem solving.

iMMERSE Program: This new program allows Upper School students to immerse themselves in an area of study and deep dive in their learning. iMMERSE centers around the skills associated with communication, critical thinking and creativity that are vital for success in whatever students pursue in the future. Students design a personalized learning plan that includes an e-Portfolio, participation in an internship and a TED-style speech as part of the Capstone class to finish the iMMERSE program.

Extracurricular Activities and Athletics: All Saints is a member of the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS), an association that sponsors competition in the areas of academics, athletics, fine arts, and performing arts. Programs and sports currently offered include: art, band, baseball, basketball, cheerleading, choir, cross country, debate, football, golf, National Forensics League, soccer, softball, swim, tennis, theater, track and field, and volleyball. We are the ONLY school in our division to finish in the top 6 overall competition (academics, athletics, and arts) over the past 5 years.


Learning Enrichment Center (LEC) - a support center dedicated to help students with writing assignments, acquire strong study skills and teach students how to be organized.  The LEC is dedicated to equipping students with individual strategies that enable them to achieve academic success in the independent school atmosphere. The LEC helps each student use his or her unique gifts to achieve success not only at All Saints but also in college, career, and beyond.


Student Activities

  • Art
  • Business
  • Computer
  • Creative Writing
  • Cultural Club
  • Dance
  • Debate
  • Drama
  • Film
  • Foreign Language
  • Honor Society
  • Math Team
  • Musical Instruments
  • Peer Leadership
  • Robotics
  • Speech
  • Student Goverment
  • Vocal Performance
  • Volunteer
  • Year Book
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross Country
  • Dance Team
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming & Diving
  • Tennis
  • Track & Field
  • Volleyball


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