All Saints Episcopal Day School
We strive to create an academic, social, and spiritual climate where people learn, work, and play together with respect, responsibility, and understanding. That’s the All Saints Way.
Why an All Saints Education?
An All Saints education honors children’s natural gifts and talents while encouraging them to discover their passions. Students engage with the International Baccalaureate Programme alongside a close-knit set of like-minded peers who bring their best selves to the table each and every day. At All Saints, students develop the skills to build both a living and a life for themselves.
Thankfully, our students have not lost any ground academically during the pandemic. Read more about how the school has prevented learning loss and helped students to progress toward their International Baccalaureate goals.
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Mission & Values
All Saints Episcopal Day School is a diverse community committed to academic excellence and social responsibility for students from Nursery to Grade 8. At All Saints, we help children develop:
- A commitment to personal excellence
- The discipline and integrity to be successful in school and in life
- A responsibility for this planet and gratitude for its beauty
- A sense of spirituality through social action and service
- A sincere love of learning
Providing an environment
for students to grow and excel
Nursery, Pre-K & Kindergarten
Students attend half-day Nursery and Pre-K programs in the morning and have the option to participate in our Extended Day Program in the afternoon.
With the foundations developed in Early Childhood, our diverse student body continues to gain independence and take more ownership of their learning.
More About Our Community
What Parents are Saying
“Our daughter came to All Saints in First Grade and she’s flourished ever since. The academics are rigorous, but delivered in such a thoughtful and considerate way. The social element teaches her that the world is much larger than she is and has helped develop her self confidence. While it’s our school, it feels more like our family. We run there every morning, with excitement for the day to unfold.”
“We were so amazed during our first conference when our youngest was in nursery school; how much he had learned and how well the teacher already knew him and recognized his strengths and what he needed to work on. Our amazement continues throughout our years at the school. The attention to each student, the wonderful community, the responsiveness of staff all comes together to make this an inspirational place for all children to learn.”
“These past two years have obviously been challenging for everyone. One constant that has remained are the incredible teachers. We cannot thank them enough for their dedication and support of our kids. Daniela and Nathaniel are such different children, but both have been able to thrive at this school due to the teachers and staff. Teachers at All Saints are able to recognize each student’s strengths and potential. We are so thankful for that and for the entire All Saints community.”
“We have been part of the All Saints Community for four years now. Our son is now in 1st grade and our daughter is in Pre-K. We are very happy with the academics, community and the values All Saints provides for our children and our family. Every staff member at All Saints goes above and beyond to make sure we are all connected.”
News & Announcements
A series of recent studies from organizations as diverse as the Harvard Graduate School of Education, McKinsey and the National Center of Educational Statistics (NCES) are driving concern about learning loss across all regions and socio-economic levels due to the...
At the start of the school year during the Month of the Young Adolescent, students learned about the importance of understanding issues related to food insecurity, food deserts, and food waste. Through their research they learned about how different communities...
On Thursday, June 9, 2022, Fifth Grade students led the Middle School in our annual Brad Ost Memorial Blessing of the Animals Celebration. The event began with a moving performance of “All Things Bright and Beautiful” by Seventh and Fifth Grade, and then Fifth Grade...
This story was co-produced in collaboration with CivicStory and the NJ Sustainability Reporting project. HOBOKEN, NJ — When it comes to environmental stewardship, knowledge is power. Despite being one of the first municipalities in New Jersey to ban single-use plastic...
A WORD FROM OUR HEAD OF SCHOOL
I hope you are prepared to fall in love with a new school and community. If you aren’t, be careful as you explore this website and the values and stories represented here. All Saints will draw you in and change your idea of what a school can be–both for your child and your family.
Interim Head of School
Where are you located?
Are you a religious school?
Established in 1985 as an outreach mission of All Saints Episcopal Parish, we were founded upon and espouse the sacred tenets of the Episcopal Church: to love our neighbors as ourselves, strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being.
We serve children of all faiths and embrace a view of spirituality that is broad and inclusive. We value religious diversity and provide opportunities for students to understand and appreciate a variety of different religious traditions and celebrations.
There is no compulsory worship or doctrine-based programming.
What is the application process?
Parents of all applicants must submit an online application which includes a parent essay as well as a teacher recommendation, Head of School recommendation and recent progress reports if applicable. Applicants will be invited for an observation visit and the parents will be invited for an interview.
In addition to the documentation mentioned above, applicants to Grades 5-7 must submit a student questionnaire. While not required, ISEE or SSAT test reports are appreciated.
Is there an age cut-off date?
Students must be three years old by September 1 of the year that they start Nursery, four years for the start of Pre-K by September 1, five years for the start of Kindergarten by September 1. This cut-off date policy stands until First Grade, when we will consider applicants who miss the cut-off.
Is your Nursery and Pre-Kindergarten a full-day or half-day program?
We offer two options for Nursery and Pre-Kindergarten:
– Full-day – 8:30-3:00
– Half-day – 8:30-11:15