St. Stephen's Episcopal School, established in 1989 as an active ministry of St. Stephen's Church, enrolls children from PreK3 through Sixth Grade at the 52-acre campus it shares with the Church.

Our Mission

To empower each student to live authentically, think expansively,

and serve selflessly.


Our Philosophy

In the tradition of Episcopal school education, St. Stephen's is a community rooted in faith and committed to providing a challenging academic curriculum while remaining sensitive to the development of the whole child. The School places great emphasis on the creation of a safe, family environment where the unique worth and beauty of all human beings can be proclaimed as creations of a loving, empowering God.  

School Creed

I believe in God above, I believe in Jesus' love. I believe His Spirit too, comes to teach me what to do. I believe that I should be kind and loving, Lord, like thee.

Honor Code

As a member of the St. Stephen’s School Community, I accept personal responsibility for my actions and their impact on other members of the community. At all times I will exhibit academic integrity, cultivate a safe and respectful environment, and encourage all others to do the same. Specifically, I will not lie, steal, cheat, nor use language/behavior that is harmful to others.                                                

The St. Stephen’s Honor Code is discussed with and signed by all students.

A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.
— Nelson Mandela

Core Values

Spiritual Foundation

We are an Episcopal School that worships together, develops Christian values, and respects all faiths.

Educational Balance

We provide a setting that promotes challenging academics, arts, athletics, and extracurricular programs.


We model the moral values of respect for self and others, responsibility, integrity, tolerance, and compassion.


We are a dedicated community that provides a nurturing, safe, inclusive, and joyful environment.


We encourage students to utilize their gifts and talents for the greater good of the School, the broader community, and the natural world.