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  • Solar Car Team Takes 2nd Place!

    Fourteen students have spent the last year rebuilding their solar car for faster speeds and longer distances, and their hard work was put to the test and paid off. All Saints' took 2nd place against teams from around the country!
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  • Future Problem Solvers Win at International Competition

    Two students, Bryson Clark '19 and Brazos Pinto '16, participated in the International Future Problem Solvers Competition last weekend and placed sixth and first in their respective categories.
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  • Two Buckley Award Wins for All Saints'!

    Fine Arts Saints shined during the Fourteenth Annual Betty Lynn Buckley Awards Show last night at Casa Mañana. Nearly 100 people from the All Saints' community were present to cheer them on. Two members of the Class of 2014, Ellie Hertel and Courtney Harris, won the School's first two Buckley Awards last night for Best Actress in a Play and Best Actress in a Musical, respectively.  
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  • Congratulations Class of 2014

    The All Saints' Class of 2014 Commencement Ceremony was held on campus May 17, 2014. With beautiful weather, we celebrated the incredible accomplishments of this class of seniors. 
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  • Welcome Class of 2018 Honors College Cohort

    This morning at 8:15 a.m., Dr. Bird welcomed 16 new members, the Class of 2018 Cohort, to the Tad Bird Honors College. Set in the Honors College grove with a water feature carrying the passage from John 8:32, “…know the truth, and the truth will make you free,”
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  • Two Middle School Students Win Regional Art Awards

    Two All Saints' Middle School students were honored at The Private School Invitational hosted at The Oakridge School April 26. The art competition judges work from students in grades 5-8 from Dallas/Fort Worth private schools. 
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  • Nationally-Recognized Performance Psychologist: Teamwork & Thriving Under Pressure

    All Saints’ welcomed Honors College Visiting Scholar, Dr. John Eliot, to campus this week. A thought leader in the field of performance psychology and a Clinical Professor at Texas A&M University, Dr. John Eliot is a highly sought-after performance consultant whose practice is tailored to serve clients in high-pressure, high-stakes professions. His client list includes surgeons, trial attorneys, soldiers, and athletes from the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, and USOC. 
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  • Nine (More) Seniors Sign Letters of Intent

    Nine (more) seniors signed letters of intent to join the athletic programs of major universities during today's Signing Day Ceremony. The nine join nine signings earlier in the year to total 18 student athletes from the Class of 2014, a record 24% of the Class of 2014, who will compete in collegiate athletics. The 18 will graduate from All Saints’ on May 17 to prepare to attend 13 different colleges and universities and compete in six different collegiate sports.
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  • All Saints' Nominated for a School-Record 5 Betty Lynn Buckley Awards

    One hour before the All Saints’ Fine Arts Showcase last Friday evening, Theatre Arts Director James Venhaus and Music Director Susan Wiles received word that All Saints’ has been nominated for 5 Betty Lynn Buckley Awards, a School record. Please congratulate these individuals and casts:  
     
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  • 2014 Volunteer Fair

    Come and be a part of the excitement, and learn ways get involved with our School, each other and our students. Activities include: information booths, raffles, kid-friendly activities, refreshments and more! The April 9 event runs from 2:45 – 4:00 p.m. in Martin Gym.
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  • World-Renowned Artist to Work With All Saints' Students

    All Saints’ Episcopal School will host Sedrick Huckaby, Fort Worth’s celebrated Guggenheim Fellow, for four days between March 24 and April 2. During that time, he will work with All Saints’ fine arts students in all divisions (Early Childhood through 12th grade), hold special sessions for Honors College students and give an artist lecture surrounded by his exhibited works for the All Saints’ community and Valley House Gallery patrons.
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  • All Saints' to Host World Affairs Council

    In celebration of the new partnership between the Honors College at All Saints' and the World Affairs Council, All Saints' will be hosting the Council meeting on campus Tuesday, March 18 at 6:30 p.m. in McNair Theater. Ambassador Marc Grossman will discuss “Negotiating an End to Conflict” with the Council, and All Saints’ community members are welcome to attend this free event. 
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