Community is the cornerstone of St. Christopher's. It begins with our faculty, parents and alumni who link arms to lift boys up, so that they, in turn, can do the same for others. When you come to our School, you’ll find an inclusive and invested community of educators who are teaching boys to excel academically and socially. Here are some of the ways we help develop our students into men of character.
Service to others is the foundation of a St. Christopher’s education. From fundraisers to hands-on community projects, all of our boys—JK to 12th grade—learn that they have the capacity and responsibility to help others around them, around the corner or around the globe.
As an Episcopal School, we guide boys to find meaning by serving the greater good, something beyond themselves. Our chapel services are a reminder of that higher calling, and a source of comfort and connection for our students.
We are committed to creating a community that is inclusive and welcoming to all. That’s why we’ve established programming and resources that open our doors to new opportunities, experiences and perspectives—including collaborations with our sister school, St. Catherine’s, to foster understanding and respect between young men and women.
“Our goal is to create and sustain an inclusive school community in which all feel welcome and valued.”—Ed Cowell, Director of Community and Inclusion