All-Saints Hosting Showcase 2018 For New and Current Families

All Saints’ Episcopal School invites all families considering an exceptional education for their children in an loving Christian school to attend their Showcase 2018 on Sunday, January 21st from 2- 4 p.m. Families may take a personal tour of the campus, meet the faculty and staff, learn more about the academic and enrichment programs, and pick up an admissions packet for the coming school year. Showcase 2018 is open to all new and current families wanting more for their children, from two-years-old through eighth grade, both inside and outside the classroom. All Saints’ is excited to share their record of exemplary education since they opened their doors fifty years ago.

Investing in an ASES education includes strong academics, personalized learning, smaller class sizes with fewer distractions, and a faith-based community. In addition, students attend enrichment classes in art, music, PE, Chapel, 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. “At All Saints’ Episcopal School, we are committed to creating a nurturing, grace-filled environment in which every student is valued and respected as a child of God,” shares Head of School, The Rev. Gigi Sharp, or “Mother Gigi” to the students.

All Saints’ continues to offer scholarships and financial assistance through TADS, a third-party tuition assistance service, and multiple scholarships, including their new Mission 51 LEAP (Learning, Enriching, & Advancing Promise) Scholarship, which offers up to 50% tuition discount opportunities for new students. The LEAP Scholarship is provided for the recipients throughout their continuous education at All Saints’ and is available to new students in Kindergarten through eighth grade. “We strongly believe that financial limitations should not be a road block for families wanting to education their children in an independent Christian school,” states Annemarie Spain, Director of Admissions. “Mission 51 is an amazing, never offered before opportunity for childen to benefit from an All Saints’ education.” Limited scholarships are available through LEAP; families are encouraged to contact the school to learn more.

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