St. Albans School welcomes students of all faiths and respects the religious traditions of all members of the diverse school community. Spiritually rooted in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, the School strives to nurture in each student an awareness of God and a sense of moral responsibility.
At least twice each week in the Lower School and Upper School, students participate in chapel services held in the School's Little Sanctuary. There, School chaplains, teachers, and students address the community about the spiritual challenges and opportunities encountered every day.
St. Albans School welcomes and respects all faith traditions while being clear about its Episcopal identity. The School believes that the spiritual development of its students gives meaning to their intellectual and physical endeavors. Through both the Lower and Upper Schools, students enroll in courses ranging from Bible studies to Ethics and World Religions studies.