Bulldog Mart

List of 5 items.

  • St. Albans Student Exchange Shop

    The Student Exchange Shop (SES) is a parent-run store that sells gently used school clothing, including blazers, shirts, ties, pants, and athletic wear. Each year parents and students generously donate hundreds of freshly laundered STA dress code items to the Student Exchange Shop. The clothing is then resold at vastly discounted rates to students, parents and faculty. The revenue from the sale of donations provides the Parents’ Association with funds to support a wide range of classroom and faculty programs.

    In addition, the SES also produces seasonal collections of STA approved logo gift items such as ties, cufflinks, golf umbrellas, belts, and sports bags, with all profits benefitting Parents’ Association programs. 

    St. Albans Student Exchange Shop
  • Sam's Bar

    Located on the ground level of Marriott Hall.
    Sam's Bar offers food and beverages for purchase during and after the school day. Run by the St. Albans Food Services, Sam's Bar operates on a cash only basis. This snack bar was founded by and eventually named after Sam Hoffman, who taught chemistry and coached the track and cross-country teams for 23 years.

    Sam's Bar Hours:
    Monday through Friday – 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
    Friday – 7:45 am-1:00 pm

    Please note: Sam's Bar is only open when school is in session for students. The Bookstore and Sam’s Bar will be closed on professional days and school holidays.
  • Bulldog Varsity Jackets

    Place an online order for your St. Albans varsity jacket.

    The password for St. Albans:  071017

    If you have questions, contact RJ Johnsen at Sam's Bar.
  • STA-NCS Student Music CDs

    Enjoy the music of St. Albans and NCS students! You may mail-order any and all of our compact disc recordings from the NCS Bookstore.
  • St. Albans Books and Publications

    Over the past century, the students, faculty, staff, and families of St. Albans have created lasting memories on the Close. Three history books, from 1934, 1981, and 2010, pay tribute to these people and the school that brought them together. Also commemorating the past, the STA Cookbook contains recipes from Mary Smith, St. Albans dietician from 1933 to 1972. Paying tribute to an ongoing tradition, Writers Among Us collects works from past participants in the St. Albans Writer-In-Residence Program. 

    St. Albans School: The First One Hundred Years - An Illustrated History 

    An Illustrated History of St. Albans School - 1981 Edition

    A Brief History of St. Albans School - 1934 Edition

    Writers Among Us

    Ruge Rules - paperback

    Ruge Rules for e-Readers

    Letters from a Headmaster's Study - Canon Charles S. Martin (e-Reader version available from Amazon)

    St. Albans School Cookbook

    Contact Robin Roswell in the Alumni Office to order these STA publications.
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.