Why All Saints

From the moment you arrive you can feel It!

You realize that All Saints Day School truly is a special place!

You will notice it in the warm welcome that every visitor receives.

You will see it in how the students behave - with confidence, respect, and joy.

You will observe how dedicated teachers inspire students to appreciate their individual gifts and challenge them to reach for the stars.

You will know that All Saints Day School values each student and that everyone in this small and caring school community is important.

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  • Academic Challenge

    Recognized for our enriched and challenging curriculum, our goal is to inspire children to discover the joy of learning, encourage their curiosity, and develop their individual potential. Students obtain a solid foundation through the skilled teaching of language arts, mathematics, science, and history enriched by classes in art, music, foreign language, physical education, technology, religion, library skills, and performing arts. Small group teaching in a supportive environment reinforces our students’ desires to learn, challenging them to think critically and to develop self-confidence.
  • Spiritual Foundation

    As an Episcopal school, All Saints provides a moral, ethical, and spiritual foundation for our students, while welcoming families from a wide variety of faith backgrounds. Children learn respect for others and for themselves; they learn compassion and the importance of ethical behavior, and they learn the value of faith and prayer. During morning chapel we gather for songs, lessons, and announcements, providing an inspiring start to each day.
  • Dynamic Community

    Founded in 1961, All Saints is an inclusive, caring community that values the partnership between parents and the school. Our diverse families are active participants in the life of the school and come from all cities on the Monterey Peninsula and Salinas. Alumni, who have forged strong friendships during their years here, maintain close ties to All Saints and to one another long after graduation. Paving the way for academic and personal success, our dedicated teachers guide, instruct, challenge, and nurture each child. We all work together as a community, making our school a remarkable place for children to learn.
  • Service to Others

    A vital part of the All Saints culture is our varied and active outreach program, which emphasizes the importance of kindness and care towards others. Students in Early Childhood through the eighth grade participate in age-appropriate service activities which acquaint students with the joy of serving others. Included among our school’s many projects are bagging pinto beans for farm labor families, singing to members of a retirement community, and donating food boxes and toys for the needy. Through our outreach program, All Saints strives to help students build lives of purpose and service in the world they will inherit.

The Value of the Early Years - A Foundation for the Future

The first years of a child’s schooling lay the foundation for lifelong learning and success.

Not only are children developing the cognitive, social, emotional, and academic skills that set the stage for future years, but they are developing important attitudes towards school, themselves, and those around them.
All Saints is the only independent school in the Monterey/Salinas region that focuses solely on educating students in Preschool through eighth grade and has been doing so, with a reputation for excellence, for 60 years — since 1961.
  • All resources are concentrated on providing the area’s premier elementary and middle school program.

  • An emphasis on character development and high personal standards means that positive patterns of learning and behavior are established early, setting the stage for later years.

  • Children are inspired to discover their talents and the world around them in a safe and supportive environment, fueling a lifetime desire to learn.

  • Consistently applied high expectations for academic achievement and behavior inspire students to be capable, respectful, joyful, and confident about their future.

  • All Saints graduates are extremely well prepared for secondary school. By assessing a student’s needs, interests, and strengths during the eighth grade year, students are not just prepared for a specific high school but for ANY high school.

All Saints Day School

8060 Carmel Valley Road
Carmel, CA 93923
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All Saints Day School, in Carmel, CA, is the only independent, private school on the Monterey Peninsula that focuses solely on educating students in Preschool through Grade 8, and has been doing so, with a reputation for excellence, since 1961.

All Saints Day School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.