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Head of School Blog
List of 2 news stories.
Eighth Graders Receive High School Acceptances
Students and families approached the high school placement process with grace and great care, and the results are impressive. One student received a full merit based scholarship (St. Peter’s Prep), and four of our sixteen graduates will be the first All Saints alumni attending their respective high schools - three of which are boarding schools (EF Academy, The Pennington School, and West Nottingham Academy).
Below is the full list of schools to which this year’s class was accepted (those indicated with an * denote a school that a graduate will attend next year):
The Dublin School The Dwight School (NYC) Dwight-Englewood* EF Academy* Elisabeth Irwin High School (LREI)* Grace Church High School* High Tech High School* The Hudson School Léman Manhattan Preparatory School* Oratory Preparatory School The Pennington School* St. Benedict’s Preparatory School* St. Peter’s Preparatory School* Seton Hall Preparatory School* West Nottingham Academy* Xavier High School* York Preparatory School
Please join us for the 7th annual Swing Fore the Schools on Thursday, June 8th at Crystal Springs Resort. The golf outing, Hudson County’s biggest, brings together the larger Hoboken community in the support of our children. The proceeds All Saints receives from the event benefit the school’s scholarship program.
On the last day of school, All Saints hosted our annual Mission Awards Ceremony. Students, faculty and staff, and parents joined together to celebrate the outstanding achievements of students in our community. Awards recognized community service involvement, leadership, academic achievement, as well as accomplishments in physical education and the arts. Congratulations to all honorees!
Congratulations Class of 2017
On June 15th, All Saints celebrated the 16 members of the Class of 2017 at our graduation ceremony. Family, friends, faculty, staff, and members of the community cheered on the graduates as they shared special memories of All Saints with the guests and made gifts to the school, including paintings, a video, musical performances, a new skeleton for the Science Lab, and tree and flower plantings on the property.
Nearly 30 All Saints’ alumni enthusiastically welcomed the new graduates into the alumni association at the conclusion of the ceremony. The Class of 2017 will be attending an impressive selection of high schools, both day and boarding, throughout New Jersey, New York, and Maryland. Congratulations, graduates!
International Food Day
For Kindergarteners, International Food Day was an exciting culminating event of a year-long study of food and culture. They learned how food is something that brings people together. After studying several cultures and trying new food throughout the year, each student brought in a dish from countries, including Germany, Switzerland, and Morocco, to share with the entire class on International Food Day. All the recipes were compiled into a book and given to the class. The students also took home the ceramic plates they made to commemorate this project.