In 1961 All Saints' Day School was founded in Pacific Grove by three Episcopal parishes under the direction of Rev. David St. Leger Hill, with the Rev. Peter Farmer as Headmaster. The school was originally known as the Bishop Kip School, but soon became All Saints' Episcopal Day School after All Saints' Church in Carmel gave the school its pledge of support, as well as its name.
In 1965 the school moved to its present, beautiful and permanent location in Carmel Valley. All Saints' Day School is separately incorporated, retaining its unique blend of academic excellence with a focus on individual worth within the traditions of the Episcopal faith.