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All Saints' Episcopal Day School

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Posted September 2, 2014

As a parent, we have been at the school for 3 years now. I feel that the location is beautiful. The teachers seem engaged and enthusiastic. The parents are very involved. The curriculum seems to be in alignment with the public school district. The school faults some what in that the principal has not supported the parent organization, the volunteers, or the values of the school sufficiently to keep the community cohesive. Also, there is minimal ethnic diversity. There also seems to be a large number of staff retiring at the same time, which may be coincidental. The class sizes average 22 (so it is about the same as the public school). In summation, I would say that the education is average as compared to the Carmel Unified School District. One main benefit of the school is that it is a small campus as compared to the larger surrounding school campuses.
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Posted June 20, 2013

A wonderful school! Great teachers, challenging curriculum, fantastic community! And then there is the location... those wide open fields are just magnificent. This is most definitely the best school possible for our family!
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Posted May 17, 2013

This is an outstanding school all around! It has excellent facilities, teachers and community. Can't recommend highly enough
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Posted June 17, 2010

As both an teacher and a parent, I believe that All Saint s is quite frankly one of the best K-8 school, not just in Monterey County, but all of California. It lives its mission to provide each child the opportunity to develop his or her highest potential to learn, in a nurturing environment of spiritual growth and service to others. All Saints does this through: its academic program which provides a curriculum that is intellectually challenging and inspires a love of learning; its spirit of community that values and honors each student, parent, faculty and staff member; and its outreach program which, since the school s founding over 45 years ago, has been fostering in its students a genuine commitment to caring for others. The All Saints graduate is ready to be successful in high school and in life. What more could one ask?
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Posted November 30, 2007

What a fabulous little school! My children absolutely flourished at All Saints', from the lower grades through middle school. The faculty is loving and dedicated, the class size is small, and the 'extras' are great--music, theatre, art (even pottery & photography!), foreign language,and an outreach program that really helps make a difference for needy families in the community. The middle school curriculum is rigorous--those kids really learn how to organize themselves and do some great writing and long-term projects, and when they get to high school, they're ready to succeed! They have chapel every morning, and wonderful ethical & moral values are modeled every day. It's a great place.
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Posted May 2, 2006

This is a really wonderful school, supportive of families, values always in front. Two things that need to improve are: outdated teaching methods and curriculum; and teacher skills in motivating boys or kids who are different. Ironically, the best teacher in the school is the Art History teacher in middle school, but she manages to teach the children how to plan, write, present and organize. Unfortunately, the rest of the staff is not as up-to-date and needs traditional students who require no individual attention to do well. The principal is new.
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Student ethnicity

Ethnicity This school State average
White 81% 26%
Two or more races 8% 3%
Hispanic 4% 52%
Black 3% 6%
American Indian/Alaska Native 0% 1%
Hawaiian Native/Pacific Islander 0% 1%
Source: NCES, 2011-2012

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8060 Carmel Valley Road
Carmel, CA 93923
Phone: (831) 624-9171

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