By the Numbers
Early Childhood Average Student to Teacher Ratio: 15:1
Lower School Average Student to Teacher Ratio: 11:1
Middle/Upper School Average Student to Teacher Ratio: 12:1
Advanced Placement Courses: 14
College Acceptance: 100% of Graduates Since First Graduating Class in 1997
Number of Faculty with Advanced Degrees: 52%
Arts: Visual Arts, Dance, Guitar, Strings Orchestra, Choir, Drama
Athletics: 13 Sports for Lower, Middle and Upper School Student Athletes
Faculty, Staff and Administrators: 85
Number of World Languages Taught: 4 (Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, French, Latin)
Who We Are
All Saints' Academy is an independent, college preparatory school, pre-school - twelfth grade, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. We value ethnic, socio-economic, and religious diversity in the school community. All Saints' Academy views education as a partnership with families. We believe that the educational development of the whole person requires academic rigor, earnest and authentic effort, and continuous inquiry and study.
All Saints' Academy is a college preparatory school, Pre-School through twelfth grade, affiliated with the Episcopal Church. Its mission is to nurture the development of each student: academically, spiritually, socially, emotionally, and physically in preparation for a successful and productive life in a complex world.
In its approach to education, All Saints' Academy addresses the broad range of human development by providing stimulating learning experiences that foster intellectual growth, academic achievement, and an altruistic spirit. All Saints' encourages students to write and speak effectively, to think and solve problems independently, to learn and apply knowledge and to work cooperatively with each other. The school community is committed to providing a supportive environment exemplifying Judeo-Christian values and welcomes students of all racial, cultural, and religious backgrounds. Students are given the opportunity to humbly accept themselves while developing a foundation of skills necessary to meet the challenges of life. It is our objective to maximize each student's unique potential by instilling a sense of worth that comes with purpose, direction, commitment and success.
All Saints' Academy's faculty, committed to fostering self discipline, sparks enthusiasm for learning and encourages the academic success and the well being of each student. The faculty challenges the mind, nurtures the heart, and encourages the spirit.
A pastoral, 60-acre school site in the center of Polk County, in Central Florida, is the perfect setting for our school. The Bostick Campus is home to the Anne MacGregor Jenkins Lower School and the Louise Hizer Early Childhood Center (pre-school - grade 5). The Hampton Campus (grades 6 - 12) is home to our vibrant community of scholars in the Middle and Upper Schools.
Accreditation and Affiliations
- Florida Council of Independent Schools
- National Association of Independent Schools
- Florida Kindergarten Council
- National Association of Episcopal Schools
- Florida High School Athletic Association
- Educational Records Bureau
- College Board
- Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
- National Association for College Admission Counseling
- Southern Association for College Admission Counseling
- Secondary School Admission Test Board
- Independent School Management
As a member of the ASA community, I am expected to conduct myself with honor, integrity, and with a high regard for others. I accept full responsibility for my own actions and attitudes and agree to abide by the following code:
- I will act honorably at all times - never lying, cheating, stealing, or plagiarizing.
- I will abide by the rules of the code of conduct.
- I will show concern and respect for all members of the ASA community and
- I will show concern for the school environment by helping to keep it
clean and safe.
- I will represent my school in an honorable and positive way at all times - on and off campus.
- I will report violations of the Honor Code.
ASA does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, national or ethnic origin, or disability, in administration of educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic, and other school-administered programs.