All Saints Anglican School is a private, co-educational school established in 1987 under the Aegis of the Anglican Diocese of Brisbane. The school is located on a 40-hectare campus in the Gold Coast Hinterland. All Saints is divided into three sub-schools: the Junior School (kindergarten to Year 6), the Middle School (Years 7 to 9) and the Senior School (Years 10 to 12). It has a total student body of approximately 1850 students. In 2012 All Saints celebrated its 25th year on 1 November (Foundation Day).
The school houses two swimming pools, one indoor and one outdoor, both heated. It also has extensive playing fields and sporting facilities including a large three-storey Health and Physical Education Centre including a well resourced work-out room, outdoor basketball, tennis, hockey and volleyball courts and a small golf course. The campus also features a multi-level science facility complete with a lecture theatre for over 200 students, a purpose built music centre and a professional theatre space consisting of the main theatre seating 530 (the Nairn Theatre), a smaller theatre (the Dell’Arte), a full costume department and a green room. The Holloway Music Centre consists of two large practice spaces for band and oral rehearsals, classrooms and a number of individual sound-proof studios used for individual or small group tuition. A new Chapel was completed in early 2012. A new international house was constructed in late 2018.
The Junior School consists of four different houses named after the dairy farms that were previously located near the School campus: Lyndon, Oakey, Talgai, and Clovelly.
The Middle and Senior Schools together have eight houses named after School Council Members: Fradgley, McIntosh, Day, Burling, Burchill, Reeves, Hobart, and Rapp.
A variety of activities are undertaken via house based competitions including swimming, athletics, cross country, chess, singing and public speaking.