Mark your calendars for the 29th annual Shakespeare production at All Saints' Day School! 

Thursday, November 9 at 10:00am
Friday, November 10 at 10:00 am 
Friday, November 10 at 7:00 pm 
Saturday, November 11 at 7:00 pm

This year, over 50 of our middle school students are participating in Much Ado About Nothing which is generally considered one of Shakespeare's best comedies.
Join us and enjoy acting, dancing, singing -- and get ready to be amazed!

As always, our Alumni are admitted free of charge! Join us!

Looking forward to welcoming you back on campus!

Kristin Templeman

PS - If you are an alum parent, you might have a more up-to-date email address of your alum; it would be wonderful if you would forward this invitation to them.

Thank you to everybody who joined us on campus for this year's Fall Festival. It was truly wonderful seeing so many of you!

We hope you all had a fantastic time.

Click on the link for a video of this year's event!
Katherine Bardis '02 tied the knot with Bay Miry on September 20, 2017. Friends and family enjoyed the festivities on a gorgeous and sunny afternoon at Stonepine Estates.
Congratulations, Katherine and Bay!
Beau Bayless '08  graduated from the US Naval Academy and is currently training to fly the P8 Poseidon, a maritime patrol jet. 
In the Spring of 2018 Beau will earn his wings of gold and be deployed to a squadron. He is a pictured here at the completion of his first phase of flight school training.

Will Morgan '14, Varsity Water Polo Co-captain at Stevenson High, received USA Water Polo Academic All-American-Outstanding Honors for his accomplishments in the pool and in the classroom. Will participated in the 2017 Olympic Development Program, earning a spot on the Pacific Zone team (representing the Greater SF Bay Area), and then competed in the National Championship tournament. Will also played in the National Junior Olympics last summer with the Lafayette-based club, CC United. Way to go, Will!
Noah Conklin '16 is attending Birkrød Gymnasium, located 40 minutes north of Copenhagen in Denmark. He is in a Pre-IB student, which is short for preparation for the International Baccalaureate program. It's a lot of academics as well as getting to know the other students in the program, especially math and science but also Danish, French, history, English, science, and the Theory of Knowledge. He was happy to realize that his All Saints' art history class did shine through when he was at the Doge's Palace in Venice recently! Next, he will go with his class to Berlin, Germany.
Sure sounds like an adventurous year!
We are incredibly proud of our Alumni!
Please keep me posted--marriages, adventures, new jobs, vacations, and everything else--I'd love to hear from you and then share your exciting news with the All Saints' community!  We truly love to hear from you!