All Saints’ Offers Tuition Discounts to New Students

After a successful Open House, All Saints’ Episcopal School is excited to offer their 25% discount to all new students enrolled by July 17th. In addition, families are still eligible for scholarships and financial assistance through their third-party TADS (Tuition Assistance Data Service). The core belief as Christians is that financial limitations should not be the road block for families wanting to educate their children in an independent school. 25% discounts are available year-round for all public school and higher education instructors and church employees and clergy. All Saints’ is an independent, Christian school that has maintained a record of exemplary education since they opened their doors fifty years ago.

The school is currently enrolling students for the 2017-18 School Year in their Early Learning Center (two and three years old, Pre-K), Transitional Kindergarten, and first through eighth grade. Note that Kindergarten is closed for enrollment for the upcoming school year, but they encourage families to take a closer look at their Transitional Kindergarten (TK) program. TK was offered for the first time this past year as a wonderful individualized learning environment to prepare students who weren’t academically or socially ready for Kindergarten, or had late year birthdays. “Transitional kindergarten provides children with the gift of time to learn skills that will help them build a strong foundation for success in elementary school and beyond,” states Annemarie Spain, All Saints’ Director of Admissions. “Fifty years of experience in early education and seeing a gap in the learning foundation is what prompted us to establish this program last year.” Parents of TK graduates are thrilled by the program and results. “It was a dream come true when All Saints’ started their TK program because my son was eager to learn but not Kindergarten age,” states Carolyn Bowers, parent of TK student. “The TK program gave him the opportunity to grow beyond preschool expectations. He blossomed and his pride for his school and performance warms my heart every day.”

Investing in an All Saints’ education includes challenging academics, differentiated learning, smaller class sizes with less distractions, and a faith-based community. In addition, students attend daily and weekly enrichment classes in art, music, religious studies, Chapel, PE, library and Spanish to provide a full learning experience. The Early Learning Center participates weekly in PE, Spanish and Chapel. “God’s Bounty” Garden and Outdoor Classroom is an important part of the hands-on learning for all students. To further nurture skills, students may also participate in the many athletics, clubs, and field trip experiences offered throughout the school year. Before-and-after care is available to all students.

“Students enjoy attending school and learn the most when they are inspired,” states Mark Workman, Head of School. “We provide an environment that allows students to excel in the academics while balancing enrichment programs so children can, like our Mission Statement promises, discover their full potential.”

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