“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” – Ben Franklin
At All Saints Episcopal Day School, we nurture academic excellence and social responsibility for early childhood and elementary school children through enriched experiences in an urban community. Our program is designed to educate the whole child: academic, physical, spiritual and emotional. The curriculum at All Saints is designed to foster academic achievement and personal development in a community founded upon shared values of hard work, self discipline, mutual respect and the active pursuit of knowledge and understanding.
At All Saints Episcopal Day School, we believe that the elementary years lay the foundation for a fulfilling and rewarding life. Children learn best when they can find personal meaning in their study, so the curriculum includes a number of experientially-based, hands-on learning activities and programs. Further, we believe that every individual – no matter how young – benefits from opportunities to give back to the community. Every student at All Saints participates in a series of service learning projects and exercises their responsibility to the larger community. Finally, at All Saints we believe that children are spiritual beings and naturally question the nature of their existence and their place within the larger human family. We support important “spiritual conversations” in which children can share their thoughts and questions, and can understand their fundamental connection with children from the different faith backgrounds found in our community.
At All Saints we inspire…
- The determination to do one’s best;
- The discipline and integrity to be successful in school and in life;
- A responsibility for this planet and gratitude for its beauty;
- A developed sense of one’s own spirituality through social action and service; and
- A sincere love of learning.
Curriculum/Elementary Program: Next Page Community Standards
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