Middle School

Eighth Grade

The eighth grade year is excitedly anticipated by the students who are now leaders of the school with many new privileges, activities, and responsibilities. They serve as Student Body President and Vice President, host school events, plan dances, and act as presenters, guides, and teaching assistants during the Admission days and the Open House.

Eighth graders coordinate many fun school activities by creating a creepy Haunted House for the Fall Festival, decorating the Upper grade Hall for Christmas, and designing the highly anticipated Latin Feast.

Field trips include a week in snow-covered Yosemite, art museums in San Francisco, and Great America.

No wonder that many students say their eighth grade year was the best!

8th grade

List of 6 members.

  • Photo of Forbes Keaton

    Ms. Forbes Keaton 

    Associate Head, Art History & Latin 6-8, Archeology of the Bible 6, History Day, Homeroom 8, HS Admi
  • Photo of Gretchen  Thompson

    Ms. Gretchen  Thompson 

    Middle School Head, Middle School Math Teacher, Math Dept. Chair
  • Photo of Rich Towers

    The Rev. Rich Towers 

    Chaplain, Religious Studies, World Religions 7, Ethics 8
  • Photo of Ashley Zaldivar

    Mrs. Ashley Zaldivar 

    Spanish 6-8, WL Chair, Director of Outreach & Inclusion
  • Photo of Natalie Zayas

    Ms. Natalie Zayas 

    Middle School Science, Homeroom 7
  • Photo of Mary Carl

    Mrs. Mary Carl 

    Middle School Math, Homeroom 8

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.