St. Thomas's Day School
St. Thomas’s Day School is a co-educational independent day school serving children from kindergarten through 6th grade. It is is noted for both is character education and academic rigor. For over 60 years, St. Thomas's Day School has been the primary outreach ministry of St. Thomas's Church. The parish founded the Day School in 1956, under the auspices of then-Rector the Rev. William Randolph Robbins. It began as a nursery school, but, under the leadership of Dr. E. Dorothy Asch, soon expanded to its current configuration of pre-K through 6th grade.
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Mission Statement: St. Thomas’s Day School is a diverse community of children, teachers, parents and parishioners working together to foster learning in the context of faith and personal commitment. As a mission of Saint Thomas’s Episcopal Church, the Day School seeks to educate children broadly by cultivating intelligence while engaging heart and spirit. The School seeks to motivate children of diverse races, creeds, and backgrounds to become independent thinkers who appreciate, understand and serve others.
Diversity Statement: Diversity is a core value of St. Thomas’s Day School and has been since the school’s founding. The community finds much joy in embracing and celebrating each individual’s uniqueness along the lines of age, gender, religion, ability, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, culture, and family structure. We seek to strengthen the commonalities that bind us as a community and view diversity as a way to provide us the knowledge, skills, and experiences necessary to navigate in a complex society of human differences. We believe that children who learn and grow together in a diversified community develop an openness and appreciation for others. Each day in chapel, the children reaffirm our school’s ethos – “Make this a better world, and let it begin with me.”