Our Community

All Saints’ is well known for our warm and welcoming community where members are valued as the heart and soul of our school.

Our community is built not only upon the shared commitment to education and the All Saints’ mission, but upon our working together in partnership and good spirit to achieve excellence. We take joy in our combined responsibilities to help children achieve their potential consistent with their unique gifts, and to prepare them for life as citizens of the world.
 
It has often been said that All Saints’ Day School is like a big family, and once you are a member, you will always feel at home.

Lindsay Hatton '92

    • Lindsay Hatton '92 - Acclaimed author of 'Monterey Bay'

FROM A STUDENT

“What makes this community such a special place, are the dedicated and passionate teachers that challenge and encourage us to reach our full, intellectual potential.”
Grace Deakyne
Graduation speech
June 3, 2016

From a Parent

“The education our children received is second to none, but the way the community comes together to help make it all happen is what makes All Saints’ so special.”
Karl Empey - Alum Parent
Colin '10, Jillian '12, Ian '15

From CAIS

“The close-knit community is a strength of the school and enhances the educational experience of the students and the lives of the community participants.”
2010 CAIS Accreditation Committee

We invite you to get to know us:

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  • HEAD OF SCHOOL

    Hugh Jebson was appointed Head of School in 2016. 

    Hugh Jebson brings the qualities of a master teacher, a seasoned and collaborative administrator, and a caring and humble leader to the All Saints' community.
     
    Jebson's vision for an outstanding school community is built on a model that captures the spirit and mission of independent education. It consists of flexible concentric circles, in which the innermost resides children. Surrounding children are the circles of faculty, staff, parents, Board of Trustees, alumni and friends. Each ring can and will touch the others as the day-to-day life of our community proceeds. Each is dedicated to improving the lives of our children and all join together to embrace opportunity, celebrate excellence, and promote joy.
     
    “From the moment I stepped on campus, I was deeply impressed by the All Saints' community,” said Hugh Jebson. “The school's emphasis on academic rigor, character education and dedication to ensuring each child is known, nurtured and well resonate greatly with me. It is a tremendous honor to join the community, lead the school and serve the mission. All Saints' is clearly an outstanding school, and I look forward to spending time with the various constituencies to learn how we can partner to make it even better.”

    For more information about Hugh Jebson and his comprehensive curriculum vitae, please follow this link.
  • FACULTY & STAFF

    Meet any members of the faculty and staff of All Saints’ Day School and you will discover individuals who are:
    • passionate about the education of children
    • dedicated to their profession and students 
    • actively engaged in our school community
    Teachers provide the kind of support, compassion, and encouragement needed for every individual to be known and valued for his or her unique gifts and contributions. They provide a safe and nurturing environment that allows students to explore their interests, develop their talents and meet challenges head on, building confidence and self-assurance. In short, our teachers prepare our students for the future as capable individuals, caring community members, and lifelong learners.
  • BOARD OF TRUSTEES

    The All Saints’ Day School Board of Trustees is comprised of talented and hard working professionals and community members dedicated to All Saints’ Day School and its mission.

    The Board oversees the governance and the financial stability of All Saints’, and is responsible for the long range planning and health of the School.
    Day-to-day operations are the responsibility of the Head of School.
     
    Individual trustees act as ambassadors for the School in support of the administrative, community relations and operational areas of school life and they hold three year terms, which are renewable.
    The Board of Trustees also plays a key role in the fundraising and strategic planning efforts for the School and meets on a monthly basis during the school year. Standing committees, which include Finance, Advancement, Diversity, Parish-School Relations, Audit, Strategic Planning, and Committee on Trustees, also meet regularly.

    Meet the Board of Trustees:
    • Ken Silveira, Board Chair
    • Hugh Jebson, Head of School
    • Anna Archer
    • Chris Bailey
    • Sara Bardis
    • Jim Cook
    • Bill Deakyne
    • Kevin Day, Faculty Representative
    • Wendy Duffy
    • Scott Fujita
    • Chuck Harmon
    • Laurie Hogen, Trustee Emeritus
    • Sarah Talbott Hawthorne
    • Nancy Jones, All Saints' Church
    • Carol Kolb
    • Krista Almanzan Muchmore
    • The Rev. Amber Sturgess, All Saints' Church
    • William T. Whobrey
    • Lynn Yeh P.O. Representative
  • PARENTS

    All Saints’ Day School nurtures a family environment, working in partnership with parents to enhance strong family values and support the process of an exceptional education. Parents are a valued and active part of our school community.  They help to enrich the educational experience for All Saints’ students through their involvement in the many volunteer opportunities offered through the Parents' Organization, of which all parents are members.  In return, parents are rewarded with being a special part of their children’s school lives, often enjoying lifelong friendships with other parents, begun during their years in our close and caring community.

    All Saints’ parents are passionate about their children’s education, and they show it in a variety of ways! Here are some of the projects and programs sponsored by the Parents’ Organization:
     
    • Parents' Organization Meetings: Parents are encouraged to attend these monthly gatherings with programs that include information about curriculum, music, art, physical education, fundraising, school activities, and more.
    • Room Parents: Parent volunteers provide classroom support for field trips, class parties, teacher gifts, etc.
    • Buddy Family Program: New families are paired with a “Buddy Family” to help them easily transition into the community.
    • Library / Book Fair: Every other spring, the library is transformed into a marketplace of literature, picture books, games and educational toys, which families can purchase for themselves or for classrooms. All proceeds benefit the ASDS library.
    • Spring Tea: Every May, the students treat their parents to an afternoon art show and musical performance. Parent volunteers provide refreshments and decorations for this beloved event.
    • Outreach: At All Saints’, it’s not just the students involved in community service; our parents support the program by participating in activities such as the “Beans for Families” project, as well as many other Outreach activities.
    • Fundraisers: The Parents’ Organization provides significant financial support to the school through various efforts throughout the year. 

    Learn more about our dynamic Parents' Organization. 

    Currrent Parents may log-in here.
  • ALUMNI

    All Saints’ graduates are a successful, diverse and talented group who range in age from 14 to nearly 60 years old, and they still stay in touch with us as the school where their educational roots were planted! They’ve attended a wide variety of competitive high schools, both locally and nationwide, and have gone on to attend an even wider variety of highly ranked colleges and universities across the country.
     
    Our alumni enjoy sharing the news of their careers, families, and travels throughout the world and we now have several second-generation All Saints’ students and alums. Many of our alumni are still friends with their All Saints’ classmates, regularly keeping in touch and getting together. We love to see our alumni come back to visit their teachers, attend school plays, the Fall Festival, or the Christmas programs, or to reunite at alumni gatherings – students are, and always will be, at & in the heart of our school!

    Did you attend All Saints' Day School? Please stay in touch and share information through Alumni Connect. 
    You can also get the latest news about School and your fellow alums through our All Saints' Alumni page! 


    If you would like additional information, or have comments, please contact Kristin Templeman.