Out with the old jumpers, and in with the new!

School uniforms have many pros and cons. Some students love that they don’t have to pick out what they will wear every morning, and others hate uniforms because they downplay individuality. Regardless of how one feels about uniforms, it is becoming apparent that the All Saints’ jumpers need to be updated. The All Saints’ jumper is…

The Open Book Project

With little possessions and almost nothing to call his own, a homeless man from Tarrant County clings to the joy in which his small collection of just four books gives him. When talking about his experience reading and re-reading the same few books time and time again, this man, Squirrel, lights up. Despite his love…

Middle School Performs “Annie”

As the curtains roll, you see children lying on their beds. The children are dirty and tired, they are orphans. You see a child with bright red curly hair, they call her Annie. “Tomorrow, Tomorrow, I’ll love ya tomorrow, you’re only a day away..” softly sings the orphan Annie. The All Saints’ Middle School production…

Technology in class: More harm than help?

Technology is growing more impressive and widespread every day. People have phones on their wrists, and laptops that are getting smaller and more portable everyday. But a major disagreement among teachers, students, and administrators arises when it comes to whether or not technology should be utilized in the classroom. The more people you ask, the…

Results are in!

The results of the All Saints’ Episcopal School Mock Presidential Election are in! Out of our entire student body of 1, 050 students, 865 votes were placed representing 82%. Votes by Division and Presidential Candidate are as follows: Early Childhood 106 Total Votes – 39% Hillary Clinton, 61% Donald Trump Lower School 362 Total Votes…

Saints 18 and ready to vote

This presidential election season is one of the most controversial in history. As a result, a record-setting 132 million Americans are expected to vote on November 8. Included in that number will be approximately 33 students at All Saints’ who will hit the magical voting age of 18 prior to the election. As they and…