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All Saints Episcopal Day School is an interdenominational school of more than 250 students in Nursery through Eighth Grades, serving children of all faiths since 1985. We are located in Hoboken on the corner of 7th and Washington Streets (Grades 1-8), and the corner of Sixth and Clinton Streets (Nursery, Pre-K and K). The Day School is accredited by the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools, sponsored by All Saints Episcopal Parish, and holds memberships in the National Association of Episcopal Schools and the National Middle School Association. Although we are not a religious school, the values of the Episcopal Church serve as the foundation for our community. This means that the school is 1) comprehensive and inclusive; 2) values reason as a means to true understanding, 3) demonstrates concern for the well being of society, and 4) allows students to connect religion and spirituality to their learning. We have a qualified and dedicated staff of over 30 teachers and assistants who are supported in continued professional development. All Saints offers extended hours for before and after school care, a wide variety of enrichment classes for students in all grades, and day camp offerings during extended vacations from school.
Our ambitious mission enables our students to experience a high quality, rigorous independent school education in a safe and nurturing school environment. We offer a core curriculum of language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, physical education, world language and health, as well as an array of special subjects including art, music, dance, drama, computers, and community service. Our graduates have earned us a reputation for academic excellence and a well-developed sense of social responsibility. We are housed in beautiful and historic, landmark buildings which include a gymnasium, movement room, library, science lab, art room, networked computers in every classroom, private outdoor playgrounds, and the use of the church for assemblies and performances.