About STA

St. Albans at a Glance 

Year Opened:
1909

Student-To- Faculty Ratio:
7 to 1

Enrollment:
575

 Average Class Size:
13 students

Grades:
Forms C-VI (4-12)

Students of Color:
37%

Number of Boarders:
31 (grades 9-12)

Percentage of Faculty with
Advanced Degrees:
67%

Religious Affiliation:
Episcopal

Faculty Demographics:
71% Male; 29% Female
Average tenure: 11+ years

Campus:
Part of the 59-acre Washington
National Cathedral Close in
Northwest Washington, D.C.

Students Receiving Financial Aid:
25%

Average Financial Aid Award:
More than $25,000

Graduating Class:
75-80 Boys

The Mascot:
The Bulldog

Coeducational Opportunities:
Our strong coordinate program with the National Cathedral School for Girls
offers students coeducational opportunities in academics, arts, and athletics.


St. Albans prepares students for a wide variety of demanding colleges and universities, with each boy encouraged to apply to schools that best fit his unique strengths and interests. The 77 members of the Class of 2014 applied to 160 different colleges and received a total of 252 acceptances; 48 schools were represented among final matriculation plans.

Over the past five years, the following universities have enrolled the most St. Albans graduates:

Harvard College (21)

Stanford University (8)

Yale University (17)

University of Chicago (8)

College of William and Mary (13)

Wake Forest University (7)

Georgetown University (12)

Indiana University at Bloomington (7)

University of Michigan (12)

Princeton University (6)

University of Pennsylvania (11)

Cornell University (6)

Dartmouth College (10)

Tufts University (6)

Bowdoin College (10)

Amherst College (6)

Columbia University (9)

Wesleyan University (6)

University of Virginia (9)

 

St. Albans School, Mount St. Alban, Washington, DC 20016, 202-537-6435