Student Life

Chapel

2015-16 Student Vestry

Vestry members assist with chapel activities, help present services, and sponsor social service programs.

List of 2 items.

  • Upper School

    FORM VI - Class of 2017
    Evan Brooks
    Noah Donoghue
    Brian Geffroy
    William Sheedy, Senior Warden

    FORM V - Class of 2018
    Robert King
    Alex Knapper
    J.P. Rodocanachi
     
    FORM IV - Class of 2019
    Sunjin Kim
    Jonathan Merril
    Robert Shekoyan

    FORM III - Class of 2020
    William Holland
    Henry New
    Benjamin Vacher
  • Lower School

    Form II Wardens - Class of 2021
    Hugh Barringer
    Freddy Beavers
    John Benner
    Jaden Coffen, Senior Warden
    David Donoghue
    Jorge Guajardo
    Harry Irwin
    Arthur Johnson 
    Kyle Parizek 
    Henry Seidenberg
    Davis Webb

- Canon Charles Martin, Headmaster of St. Albans School from 1949-1977

“A church school is ... a family in which the basic needs of individuals are met, in which a boy has the security to grow.”
Since St. Albans’ founding, the boys and their teachers have gathered for chapel in the Little Sanctuary to worship, pray, and learn. Chapel services engage the big questions in life, meeting boys where they are in their spiritual development: Who am I? Who is God? How do I relate to God? What makes for a good life? Is it okay to doubt? What gives my life meaning? 

As an Episcopal school with a pastoral commitment to all, St. Albans welcomes students of all faiths and respects the religious beliefs of all members of the diverse school community. 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.

Whether in the chapel, in the classroom, or on the playing field, building a moral and ethical foundation is an integral part of a St. Albans education. Faculty, staff, alumni, and parents support students as they learn to lead lives of honor and commitment.

Dr. Wilhelm Verwoerd

On September 16, 2015, Dr. Wilhelm Verwoerd spoke to STA and NCS students about his family’s legacy of Apartheid and his life’s work to counteract this cycle of suffering and violence by reaching out to those on the other side of the conflict.

Located in Washington D.C.,  St. Albans School is a private, all boys day and boarding school. For more than a century, St. Albans has offered a distinctive educational experience for young men in grades 4 through 12. While our students reach exceptional academic goals and exhibit first-rate athletic and artistic achievements, as an Episcopal school we place equal emphasis upon moral and spiritual education.