Welcome to All Saints Day School, where children in Preschool through Grade 8 joyfully and spiritually bring our school’s mission to life.
Situated in the Monterey Peninsula’s Carmel Valley, on the doorstep of the Santa Lucia mountains and with the Carmel River flowing through our backyard, we are incredibly fortunate to call this place home.
Guided by a caring and deeply committed faculty and staff, All Saints prepares children for lives of learning and service. Throughout our school’s halls and playing fields, an unmistakable sense of joy abounds. This school community is alive with a thirst for knowledge and connection, where all are encouraged to find meaning in their lives, explore their own sense of spirituality, and grow a deeper understanding of the world beyond our walls.
Through a widely acclaimed, rigorous academic program, our enriched curriculum purposefully educates and nurtures the whole child, challenging our students to explore and ask questions, and rewarding them not only for subject mastery but also for intellectual risk-taking. They are scholars, thespians, athletes, art historians, stewards of the environment, inquisitive problem-solvers, and children of remarkable character.
With a united, one-school mindset, we are deliberate in our intent to foster a diverse, equitable, and inclusive learning environment. This allows us to celebrate the power of our unique stories, work collaboratively to solve complex problems, build empathy, and thrive in a climate rooted in kindness and respect.
Across the Peninsula, it is common to hear glowing accounts of an “All Saints kid” — one who is creative, compassionate, connected to the right things, and ultimately, capable of taking on whatever comes next. An “All Saints kid” is described as entering high school fully comfortable in his or her own skin. As parents and educators, we should ask ourselves: Is there anything more important than that?
At All Saints Day School, everybody is somebody. We invite you to visit us and experience our vibrant and welcoming community first hand.
Head of School