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Community Relations

St. Albans has a longstanding commitment to this community. As a member of our community, we recognize that connecting with our neighborhood is vital to maintaining a strong relationship. We strive to keep our community informed of developments at school.

Click on the list items below to learn more about the many ways St. Albans works with its neighbors.

List of 3 items.

  • Neighborhood Liaison Working Group

    St. Albans School established the Neighborhood Liaison Working Group (NLWG) in September 2006 to create and maintain a positive dialogue and relationship with neighbors living within our community. Under the able leadership of Ms. Debbie Page, NLWG members bring the constructive comments and feedback of neighborhood citizens to the attention of the School. We are grateful for the NLWG members' time and effort in support of a positive relationship with the School.
    Drew Oliver
    3400 block of Garfield Street

    Gigi Bradford
    3400 block of Garfield Street
    Jeffrey Fischer
    3300 block of Cathedral Avenue
    Catherine May
    2800 block of 36th Street
    Debbie Page
    2900 block of 34th Street
    Carmela Veneroso
    3500 block of Garfield Street

    Established: September 2006

  • Comments & Feedback

    St. Albans School recognizes that good communication is essential to keeping our neighborhood and its citizens informed and aware of happenings related to its construction projects.

    We welcome feedback and comments from our neighbors.
    24-hour Security Desk
    (Emergencies and
    after hours)
  • Email Listserv

    In an ongoing effort to keep St. Albans School’s neighbors up-to-date on school events and other happenings, St. Albans and the PECF maintain a neighborhood email list. To receive periodic email updates on Cathedral and school events, traffic, parking, construction, and other news from the Close, please send an email with your address to CommunityRelations@cathedral.org with SUBSCRIBE in the subject line. For more information about this service, contact PECF Community Relations at 202-527-6224 or CommunityRelations@cathedral.org.
All visitors are asked to park on the Close (unrestricted after 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday) or in the Cathedral parking garage and to avoid parking on neighborhood streets. Click here for Cathedral Parking Garage details. Thank you for your cooperation.
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.