Here are some of our extracurricular activities. Please click on a title below to learn more information.
Afterschool Art classes are offered to students who enjoy art in grades one through six. The classes are one hour each week and give students an opportunity to work with different media. Contact Lennie Boatwright for more information.
Afterschool Chinese classes are available through the school from Myra Rahenkamp for students in all grade levels who want to learn more about the Chinese language and culture. Contact Bryan Kaye for details.
After-school, co-ed league basketball is offered to fourth through sixth grade students beginning in November. Students try out for two teams that play the other private schools in our area. Contact Claire Copeland for more information.
Basketball Intramurals will begin for first through third grade students in early December. Signups are held prior to starting. Teams will be formed and basic basketball skills of dribbling, passing and shooting, and team play will be stressed. An emphasis will be directed towards having fun while learning about the game. It is encouraged that first graders have some experience with playing on a church league, YMCA or All Saints' summer Basketball camp. Intramurals will be held after school, one day each week for 1 hour. Contact Claire Copeland for more information.
The Battle of the Books is a SCISA sponsored volunteer reading incentive program for students in grades 3-6. The purpose is to encourage students to read good books and have fun while competing with peers in a quiz bowl-type competition. Contact Beth Lewallen for more information.
Book Club is open to all fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students. Participants read books that are South Carolina Children’s Book Award nominees so that they can vote on the SC Children’s Book Award winner for the year. They meet monthly over lunch to discuss these books. All students who are interested should contact Elizabeth Moloney.
The Crusaders’ Chorus is an auditioned choir comprised of students in fourth through sixth grade. Participation in the choir provides the opportunity for children to develop and advance their musical talents while experiencing the joy of singing and performing choral music at various functions throughout the school year. For more information, please contact Debbie Floyd.
The Crusaders’ Project is the student-created school newspaper. Interested students who are in fifth or sixth grade may sign up to be on the staff. Students are encouraged to develop their own articles and solicit works from other students, and the newspaper is published several times during the year. Contact Beth Lewallen for more information.
JTI is an after-school club for All Saints’ sixth grade students. Students engage in activities like Red Ribbon Week, Movie Night, Christmas BINGO outreach, and a school lock-in. The purpose of the club is to help students develop positive strategies to deal with social problems such as bullying, peer pressure, and alcohol/drug exposure. For more details, contact Kim Bonnoitt.
Lunch Bunch is an after-school program for students in All Saints’ half day kindergarten classes. They meet after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays to enjoy lunch and cooperative play together. Parents of 3K and/or 4K half day students who are interested in participating should contact Nancy Moore.
The All Saints’ Math Team consists of students in sixth grade who have been invited to participate in the statewide SCISA Math Meet. Members are selected based on their math grades and scores on the fifth and sixth grade Math League tests completed at school. Students who are interested in joining the Math Team may contact Katherine Long for details.
Soccer is offered as an after-school, co-ed sport for grades one through six. Four teams are formed and play the surrounding private schools in our league. Some previous soccer skills from a camp or private program are helpful. Contact Claire Copeland for more information.
Spanish Club is open to any rising fourth, fifth, or sixth grade student who would like to continue his or her study of the Spanish language and culture. It consists of conversational practice along with thematic unit study through games and other fun activities. Please contact Lari Spotts for more information.
All Saints’ Student Council gives students the opportunity to participate in student government and to develop leadership skills. Student council representatives are chosen at the beginning of the school year. Candidates for secretary and treasurer must be rising fifth- graders, and candidates for president and vice-president must be rising sixth-graders. For information about student council, contact Beth Hopewell.
After-school tutoring is available in most grades and for many content areas to help students understand the material taught in class and to help children prepare for upcoming assignments/tests. If you feel as though this will be a helpful aid for your child, please contact your child’s homeroom teacher to see who might be the best fit for him or her.
Intramural volleyball is offered to fourth through sixth grade students, and sixth-graders are eligible to play in the volleyball league against other local area schools. Contact Bryan Kaye for more information.
Young Ambassadors Club of All Saints’ Episcopal Day School is an organization for sixth grade students who exemplify the character, academic effort, and initiative to represent the school on a daily basis, during admissions and other school activities, and for special events. Membership in this club is determined by an application and selection process. For questions about YAC, contact Beth Hopewell.