I totally disagree with the review posted in 2010. My children graduated from All Saints and they truly learned how to be life long learners. My daughter is now a Civil Engineer, and my son is a Hospital Administrator. While at All Saints, they received a rigorous and thorough academic program that enabled them to enter all honors classes at the local high school. In addition, they were able to enjoy many sports opportunities, Spanish, Latin, French, art, music, and daily chapel. One only has to visit the campus to see the fine educational environment that is offered. All Saints is truly a local treasure.
I had a very bad experience at All Saints. I was very disappointed in the quality of education received. I found my child was behind his public school counterparts in basic academics. The teacher didnt notify us of any problems until there were only two weeks left in the year. It seems they spent a large amount of time on arts and music, and less time on reading, writing, and arithmatic. All Saints is all about status; style over substance and keeping kids sheltered from the Beaumont Minority Community. If you are new to the community, you should send your child to Regina Howell. Better education, and its free!!!