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Mission Statement

St. Thomas the Apostle Episcopal School offers families of all backgrounds and faiths a classical education adapted to 21st century learning standards in order to cultivate children who are knowledgeable, creative, and virtuous global citizens.


STAES prides itself on being a forward-thinking and diverse community that partners with families, local area artists, and scholars to develop children who are well balanced physically, spiritually, mentally, and emotionally.

As an Episcopal school, we strive to both educate and demonstrate the beauty and potential of all human beings and the earth we all call home. St. Thomas the Apostle Episcopal School strives not only to cultivate in our students a spirit of curiosity and creativity that is crucial to authentic learning, but also to nurture certain fundamental virtues that will prepare them for a diverse and changing world.

In addition to a rigorous core curriculum, St. Thomas offers all students instruction in art, spiritual studies, drama, library, music, physical education, Spanish and technology. School chapel services are held weekly, and the school continues to offer an intimate environment with small classes and individual attention to every child.

St. Thomas the Apostle Episcopal School has been providing a solid educational foundation to young children for over 50 years, and is looking forward to many more years of cultivating young minds, hearts, and spirits.


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