St. Stephen's At a Glance
At St. Stephen’s Episcopal School we provide a cohesive and globally focused education for students 15 months–12th grade. Using the curricula of Montessori, International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC), and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme, we encourage our students to become effective global citizens and lifelong learners. Through academic success, critical thinking, spiritual growth, and creative expression we are committed to providing an educational experience that isn’t a one-size-fits-all. At St. Stephen’s, we promote understanding and respect while instilling a sense of responsibility for our interconnected world.
Education is about exploration, inspiration, and a willingness to look deeper at the world around us. At St. Stephen’s, this commitment to a holistic education, while upholding rigorous standards, is what sets our students apart from the rest. Here, students from 15 months to 18 years receive a comprehensive education that helps them become well-rounded young adults.
At St. Stephen’s, we affirm individuality. We question everything. We build relationships. We practice service. We believe. And we cherish the future. As an Episcopal school, we are populated by a rich variety of human beings, from increasingly diverse religious, cultural, and economic backgrounds. It is also a distinguishing characteristic of St. Stephen's that we seek to integrate religious and spiritual formation into the overall curriculum and life of each school community.
We are a three time accredited school with the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools, American Montessori Society, and the International Baccalaureate Programme.
Learn more about St. Stephen’s School:
- Head of School Message
- History, Mission and Vision
- Episcopal Identity
- Employment Opportunities
- School Overview