The STE Difference

Saint Thomas’ Episcopal School students carry their STE experiences with them through the rest of their lives, so we aim to cultivate a truly outstanding environment through exceptional academics, fine arts offerings and athletic programs. As a private, Pre-K through 12 college preparatory school founded on Christian values, we believe in nurturing our students through classical instruction. With a focus on personal development and college readiness, our graduates leave STE prepared for the rigors of higher education and, ultimately, to be kind and honorable citizens.

To learn more about the STE difference, watch our videos below, view our accomplishments over the past school year, learn more about our school, and review the reasons that a private education is so impactful.

Notes from Our Ambassadors

Alex LiangAlex Liang
STE Class of 2017, Yale University Class of 2021

Activities: Pipe Band (Pipe Major), Yearbook, Student Foundation/Student Government, Ambassadors, Boy Scouts
What’s the best thing about being a student at STE?
It’s the best school ever, and the opportunities that are available are phenomenal. While working on my Eagle Scout project, teachers, students, and families at STE were incredibly supportive and made it an awesome experience.


Catherine CraftCatherine Craft
STE Class of 2017,

Texas Christian University Class of 2021
Activities: Theater (Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz), Art, Student Foundation/Student Government, Ambassadors
What makes STE different than other schools?
The personalized learning experience made possible by the close knit, caring community of students and teachers. We’re a small school, but we have lots of opportunities in sports, theater, art, music, and dance, in addition to our amazing academic offerings.


Katie CoatsKatie Coats
Class of 2018

Activities: Volleyball, Yearbook, Ambassadors
What’s the best thing about being a student at STE?
Coming to a school that feels like a second home, with people that feel like family. Having a small school gives you the advantage of a close-knit community.


Turner SassamanTurner Sassaman
STE Class of 2016, University of Alabama Class of 2020

Activities: Cross Country, Soccer, Ambassadors
What has been your favorite moment at STE?
Winning a state championship in soccer. Our team practiced so hard all year, and when we won in overtime it was the greatest feeling in the world.


Snehaa AryaSnehaa Arya
Class of 2020

Activities: String Ensemble, Highland Dancing, Cross Country, Track & Field, Ambassadors
What advice would you give to a student who is considering attending STE?
Be prepared to make lots of new friends. Develop and maintain good work habits, and participate in extracurricular activities.


Caleb KingCaleb King
Class of 2020

Activities: Soccer, Pipe Band, Instrumental Music/String Ensemble, Ambassadors
What will you remember most about STE when you’re in college?
My classes were small enough to get individual attention from teachers, and my teachers were always helpful and available.

College Matriculation

Take a look at the full list of colleges and universities our students have been accepted to since 2014.

An Experience Unlike Any Other

Get to Know STE

Parents Share Why They Chose STE

Students Share Their STE Experiences