Pro Ecclesia et Pro Patria. For Church and For State.
List of 16 items.
Forms C-VI (4-12)
Number of Boarders
33 (grades 9-12)
Part of the 59-acre Washington National Cathedral Close in Northwest Washington, D.C.
About 80 Boys
7 to 1
Average Class Size
Students of Color
Percentage of Faculty with Advanced Degrees
62.5% Male; 37.5% Female Average tenure: 11+ years
Students Receiving Financial Aid
Average Financial Aid Award
Our strong coordinate program with the National Cathedral School for Girls offers students coeducational opportunities in academics, arts, and athletics.
What Distinguishes an Episcopal School?
The Rev. Dan Heischman, executive director of the National Association of Episcopal Schools and our former Upper School head and assistant headmaster, shared key characteristics of an Episcopal school, in a September 2015 lecture at St. Albans.
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 81 members of the Class of 2021 applied to 185 different colleges and received a total of 357 acceptances; 53 schools were represented among their final matriculation plans.
Over the past five years, the following colleges and universities have enrolled the most St. Albans graduates:
University of Chicago (36) Yale University (18) Dartmouth College (16) Tulane University (16) Columbia University (12) Georgetown University (12) Harvard University (10) Bates College (8) Davidson College (8) Wake Forest University (8)
Washington and Lee University (8) Boston College (7) Bowdoin College (7) University of California at Berkeley (7) Northwestern University (7) Princeton University (7) University of Virginia (7) Washington University in St. Louis (7) Occidental College (6) United States Military Academy (6)
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.