Founded in 1955 as a parish school of Saint Thomas' Episcopal Church, Saint Thomas' Episcopal School is a private, PK-12 school that upholds Christian values and educates boys and girls through classical instruction. Our school develops students who are academically prepared to be leaders in their communities and professions, and who will exercise that leadership in a manner that is imbued with Christian virtues.
As an Episcopal school, our teaching of Christianity is traditional, and is based upon Scripture and the creeds of the Church. We do not require all students to be Christians, but we do expect all students to participate in our regular Christian worship, and in required religious instruction.
At Saint Thomas' Episcopal School, we aspire towards absolute standards of the good, the true, and the beautiful. Our Christian classical curriculum ensures an STE education in English, Classical and Modern Languages, History, Philosophy, Mathematics, Arts and Science builds understanding of these standards. Our graduates will be logical and persuasive advocates for the pursuit of these standards in writing and speech.
Saint Thomas' Episcopal school is dedicated to the pursuit of academic rigor and discipline that trains the mind, spirit, and character, ensuring our students succeed in college. Our school's high quality non-academic subjects and extracurriculars teach students about the discipline required to achieve excellence as well as the value of teamwork.
Saint Thomas’ Episcopal School forms honorable men and women through a classical education grounded in a Christ-centered worldview.
Honor, Christian Faith, Love, Discipline, Excellence, Respect