All Saints is a good and challenging school. The teachers are nice and strive to be the best they can for your child. They offer many scholarships and financial support for those who need it. I think it is one of the best schools in the Portland Metropolitan Area.
All Saints School is a private middle school in Portland. 433 children attend All Saints School and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Black, non-Hispanic. The student to teacher ratio at All Saints School is 14:1. Laurelhurst Elementary School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
- Theater drama
- Video film production
- Cross country
- Martial arts self defense
- P.E. classes
- Ultimate Frisbee
- Water polo
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We have been at the school for 6 years and wouldn't change a thing. The community involvement is inspiring and the attention from each teacher to our children has been impeccable. Our children are receiving a quality education while being challenged. They are expected to produce top notch work and feel like they've let the school down if they don't do their best. Faith is incorporated into the teaching and shepherding of our children and they thrive with it.
We have been at all Saints for five years through thick and thin in our personal lives. It is a wonderful supportive community where I have watched my children thrive!
We have been at All Saints School for 7 years. We have been impressed by the committment of the principal and staff to provide high quality education in a faith centered community where each child is treated with individual attention and given the opportunity to be successful. I can't say enough about the quality leadership at All Saints School. A great place to build a strong academic foundation!
The gymnasium at All Saints School is the BEST! Check it out.
The opportunity for our children to be in an Oregon green school that takes environmental issues seriously is important to our family. The new greenhouse and Master Gardener is a big plus.
A truly wonderful school . We have been at All Saints for about 7 years now and have loved it. They have great teachers that are eager to help the students and are very accessible. The community is wonderful and it is a school where the parents are very involved. There are numerous ways for parents to contribute and everyone seems to step up and offer their talents where they can.
Great school community that is very inclusive. Caring teachers and staff go out of their way to make everyone feel welcome. Academic standards are high and setup my child for a very successful high school experience. Strong principal that truly cares about the total education of the child. Glad that we chose All Saints!
We tried out the school for one year. We had heard great things about the academic program. However once there it became quite clear that we did not fit in with the rest of the crowd. The school lacks leadership academic support and most of all cultural sensitivity! For the amount of money you're paying to send your children there you'd expect more.
We really wanted all saints to work for us...but it didn't. The teachers for the most part were great. There was a strong focus on the academic so my kids would have lots of homework. We just didn't fit in socially. Here is why 1)were not catholic 2)were not wealthy (we're very middle class-but not wealthy) and 3)we don't live in laurelhurst. So if you don't fit the criteria keep looking. However if your 'rolling in the dough' that covers anything else that could be wrong so this place might work for you. This school is a school for homoginized kids and families 'fashion show parents' and money. If your looking for a school that is a 'community' of people who are friendly-keep looking.
This school has a great education program but the teachers aren't very satisfactory. They aren't really qualified teachers. They don't know what they're doing.
The school is very challenged in the area of behavior management. The classrooms are noisy there is a lack of discipline and orderliness in the classrooms and an obvious lack of respect for the teachers and authority figures. There is a huge problem with bullying and a lack by the principle to address this issue with any degree of legitimacy. It appears that the school's major concern is protecting their large donors rather than making an environment conducive to learning teaching respect and Christian values.
We really wanted for the school to work out but the school was challenging from the start. There was no support from the principal or school staff. If you don't belong to their 'community' or live in the school neighborhood you just won't fit in. Parents are too clicky and principal runs the school like it's the military.
This is a really wonderful school with a committed faculty and lots of parental involvement. The academic programs are strong and my son is continually challenged. Best of all there is a real sense of community. After researching several schools we could not be happier with our choice.
I can't say enough positive things about All Saints. My son had difficulty adjusting to full time school and the staff worked closely with him and us to ensure success. He's doing great. The school has high standards but feels like family.