Calendar

June 2019

  • Jun
    3

    Forms I & II Exam Make-Up; Early Dismissal (Check Exam Schedule)

  • Upper School Final Exams

  • Early Dismissal for Forms C, B & A

  • Governing Board Meeting

    Marriott Hall - MH-101 \ Faculty Convocation Room - MH-101
  • Jun
    4

    Early Dismissal for Forms I & II (Times Vary)

  • Ramadan Ends

  • Form C Student Appreciation - Form C classrooms

    Parents invited.
    Mr. Brockway
  • Early Dismissal for Forms C, B, & A

  • Senior Prom

  • Jun
    5

    Lower School Prize Day Rehearsal

    Washington National Cathedral - Cathedral Nave - WNC-001
    Boys line up at Lower School at 10:30; rehearsal begins 10:45.
  • Early Dismissal for Lower School

  • Alumni Association Board Meeting

    Lane-Johnston Building - Cafritz Refectory - LJ-108
  • Jun
    6

    Faculty Meetings - No Classes

  • College Application Workshop for Form V Students

    Activities Building - AB-201 \ Trophy Room - AB-201
    We will cover the nuts-and-bolts of the college application process, including essays, interviews, researching your college list, and more. All rising seniors are strongly encouraged to attend. Come early for pizza at 12:30, and we'll have plenty of snacks.
  • Commencement Rehearsal

    Washington National Cathedral - Cathedral Nave - WNC-001
  • Seniors' Dinner with Headmaster

    Lane-Johnston Building - LJ-108 \ Cafritz Refectory - LJ-108
  • Jun
    7

    50th Reunion for the Class of 1969

  • End-Of-Year Sale at the School Store

    The School Store will be holding an end-of-the-year sale on Friday, June 7, from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm. Discontinued items discounted up to 30% off and overstock items discounted as well. You’ll find the School Store located near Sam’s Bar in Marriott Hall.
  • Senior Chapel Service (with Communion) & Breakfast (Seniors & Parents Attend)

    Little Sanctuary & Cafritz Refectory
  • Form II Chapel and Recognition Ceremony

    Little Sanctuary - LS-100 \ Little Sanctuary - LS-100
    Form II students should arrive by 10:30.
  • Lower School Prize Day

    Washington National Cathedral - Cathedral Nave - WNC-001
    Students in Forms C-I report to the Lower School at 11:30 am.

    Lower School Prize Day will be livestreamed. Please check the Bulldog News for the link.
  • 50th Reunion Sign In and Opening Gathering

    Marriott Hall and Cafritz Refectory
  • Upper School Prize Day

    Washington National Cathedral - Cathedral Nave - WNC-001
    All Upper School students should report to the Cathedral by 3:00 pm.

    If you are unable to join us in person, you can live stream Upper School Prize Day on YouTube.
  • 50th Reunion Tour of School

    Lane-Johnston Building - LJ-000 \ Common Room - LJ-000
  • 50th Reunion Reception for the Class of 1969

    Bradley Commons & Frist Terrace
  • 50th Reunion Dessert Party

    Off Campus
  • Jun
    8

    50th Reunion Continental Breakfast

    Lane-Johnston Building - LJ-000 \ Common Room - LJ-000
  • 50th Reunion for the Class of 1969 Chapel Service

    Little Sanctuary - LS-100 \ Little Sanctuary - LS-100
  • 50th Reunion Class Pictures at STA

    Outdoor Locations - Senior Circle - OL-005
  • 50th Reunion Luncheon with the Headmaster

    Lane-Johnston Building - LJ-108 \ Cafritz Refectory - LJ-108
  • Seniors Gather for Commencement

    Washington National Cathedral - Cathedral Nave - WNC-001
    Seniors meet in Chapel of Joseph of Arimathea
  • 50th Reunion Robing and Official Photos

    Robing takes place in the Cafritz Refectory, and the offical photo will be taken outside the west front of the Cathedral.
  • Commencement

    Washington National Cathedral - Cathedral Nave - WNC-001
    Form VI students report to the Cathedral at 12:00 noon.

    If you are unable to join us in person, you can live stream Commencement on YouTube.
  • 50th Reunion Class Meeting

    Marriott Hall - MH-314 \ Classroom - MH-314
  • 50th Reunion Class Dinner

    Off Campus
  • Jun
    10

    Headfirst Sports Camps Begin

  • STA Sports Camps Begin

  • Jun
    11

    Parents’ Association's Faculty & Staff Appreciation Lunch

    Lane-Johnston Building - LJ-108 \ Cafritz Refectory - LJ-108
  • Jun
    12

    Year-End Meetings

  • Jun
    16

    Father's Day

  • Jun
    17

    Headfirst Classroom Camps Begin

  • Summer School Begins

  • Jun
    20

    St. Albans Outing to Nationals Park: Washington Nationals vs. Philadelphia Phillies

    St. Albans School alumni, families, and friends are invited to join the Alumni Association, the Washington Nationals, and the Bullpen for our annual Bulldog All-Star Outing to Nationals Park.
    • Pre-game reception from 5:00–6:45 pm.
    • First pitch is at 7:05 pm
    Our group will be seated in the left field bleachers (100 level) and the price below includes a game ticket with $10 stadium concession credit, as well as Surfside taco bar and beverages (domestic beer and wine for adults, plus soda and water) during the private pre-game reception, which will be held on the private deck just above the Bullpen entrance near the Navy Yard Metro station.
     
    $50 per person and $40 for children (and young adults under the age of 21). Tickets are limited and will be distributed at the pre-game reception. Kindly RSVP by Thursday, June 13, 2019, by visiting www.stalbansschool.org/nationals.
     
  • Jun
    23

    School of Public Service (SPS) Begins

  • School Public Service (SPS) Begins

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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.