Brock, Stephanie, Brynn and Blair Pursley
We relocated to Tennessee early last summer and began to explore options for school for our two daughters. After reaching out to several other schools in the area, we immediately fell in love with the people at All Saints. From the minute we spoke to Admissions, they made us feel so welcome. They have been nothing but the best when it comes to an environment we want our daughters to grow up in.
Our oldest is in the Pre-K class and is already reading and doing math problems. Our youngest is in the two-year-old class. She always comes home singing new songs she learned. She was also fully potty trained within the first few months of being in the class. With both of us working full-time jobs, it’s nice to have a place that also has after care options available.
We can’t say enough about the teachers at this school. The amount of love, knowledge, and integrity they show on a daily basis is exactly what you hope to find when looking for an educator for your children. It is obvious they care so much about each and every student. We can’t wait to watch our children continue to learn and grow at All Saints!
Quan and Kim Pham
When choosing a school for our daughter to begin kindergarten, All Saints’ was not our first choice. But, after speaking with the admissions director, meeting her possible teacher, and touring the facility, we knew it was by FAR the best choice for us. All Saints’ gave us exactly what we needed at an uncertain time and that was confidence. This is our first year experiencing All Saints’ and their amazing faculty and staff. Our daughter, Annistyn, has structured academics and is still able to enjoy a variety of enrichment classes such as art, music, and physical education. We are very happy with the classroom sizes and the environment in which All Saints’ creates for their students. As parents, we are most grateful for the consistency the faculty and staff have shown during the pandemic. All Saints’ has allowed our daughter to grow both intellectually and socially. She genuinely loves going to school and the feeling of security is priceless.
Deana & Brandt Johnson
We are a family of four from Kentucky. East Tennessee is very familiar to us as much of our family resides here and our summers have been split between the two states for several years.
We’ve considered moving to the Lakeway area permanently but the uncertainties surrounding where we’d send our children to school has always held us back in the past. I guess you might say that a pandemic certainly makes you look at things differently.
We are beyond impressed with how the staff works as a team with the parents & the student not only during this global pandemic to keep everyone safe, but to ensure the success of their students on a daily basis.
To say our children are thriving at school during these uncertain times is such a blessing! We couldn’t be more impressed with their academic growth. Our kids love the enrichment programs & we’ve come to know all of the staff, as it is a family oriented atmosphere with small classroom sizes. They truly love their teachers, school & their friends. Our children feel safe, welcomed & loved at All Saints.