Explore St. George
Explore St. George
Who We Are
Established in 1954, St. George Episcopal School is a coeducational independent school community located in central San Antonio, Texas.
We offer exceptional academic preparation in an inclusive community of students, faculty, and families. Our graduates routinely excel at top high schools across the city, with 95% of graduates qualifying for honors or advanced classes. We offer a diverse program of rigorous academics, competitive athletics, and fine arts to build a strong sense of community and foster love and respect for God, self, and others.
Our Vision & Mission
St. George Episcopal School will positively impact society by empowering learners with wisdom, courage, and faith.
St. George Episcopal School provides exceptional academic preparation in an inclusive Christian community that fosters love and respect for God, self, and others.
We are happy you are considering St. George Episcopal School as a home for your child’s educational future. We invite you to visit our campus to learn more about our program and to get to know our community.
To learn more, fill out an online inquiry form, email us, or call us at (210) 342-4263. The Admissions Office will reach out to you to answer any questions and schedule your personal tour of the campus.
St. George By The Numbers
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2nd Grade Teacher
"St. George is a beautiful community, not only in its physical beauty but also in its heart and soul. I have been a part of this community for many years both as a parent and as an educator. Our students receive a total education which encompasses the whole child, which is very special in today's world. I am honored to work here and feel privileged that my children were a part of this community which helped shape them into the adults they are today."
Emily Forney Becher
Current Parent and Marketing Expert
"St. George is family to me. I love seeing my children thrive and play in the same gym I once enjoyed; and studying in the same library I once loved, only now, with laptops! It is HOME and it is where I love coming back to each year. What a blessing it is to know my children are receiving the best education and foundation for their future families and careers."
St. George Class of 2007
“My time at St. George prepared me well for high school and beyond. I got the academic tools I needed while also building my self-confidence and sense of identity in my formative years. Perhaps more importantly, I was able to ground myself in a community that lives its values, setting the standard for what to expect from school, work, and home.”
Sharu and Rajeev Puri
“It (St. George) has met every expectation that we had right from day one when we chose the school. When you see your kids excited to go to school every morning and you see their happy faces every evening, you know that you have made a decision that you can be proud of.”
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Ross Michael Mery
St. George Class of 1999
Master Mariner - The highest grade of qualification awarded in the Maritime Industry.
“A student attends St. George at such a crucial time in their personal development. The years you are at St. George shape who will you be as an adult. When you are surrounded by other like-minded, high-character and moral students, it forces you to become the best version of yourself. St. George provides that high quality education and environment, and it’s what makes attending the school so special.”
Natalie F. Uy
St. George Class of 2004
Stanford, Yale, MD and nationally recognized food blogger.
“I've made lifelong best friends (it's been 20+ years now and still going strong) and my amazing teachers taught me I could do anything and dream big. St. George has some of my fondest memories growing up and it holds a special place in my heart.”
St. George Class of 2010
Clinical Neuropsychology PhD Student - Specializing in treatments for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
“At St. George, teachers fostered a desire to think outside of the box, leading to my career of asking questions that may change the course of dementia research.”