St. Thomas Episcopal School was founded as an outreach program of St. Thomas Episcopal Church.
The church was founded at the corner of Loop 1604 and US Highway 281 North in 1966, serving the north San Antonio area. In 1974, the school began as a Mother's Day Out program with 32 children of the ages of three and four. Through the years, the school grew from it's roots as a Mother's Day Out program to a Preschool and beyond. Today, St. Thomas Episcopal School serves students from age two through Fifth grade.
St. Thomas Mission Statement
St. Thomas is an inclusive faith-based community that empowers children to develop critical minds, caring hearts, and ethical foundations for academic excellence and spiritual growth.
About St. Thomas
Thomas the Apostle, also called Doubting Thomas or Didymus (meaning "Twin," as does "Thomas" in Aramaic) was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus. He is best known for questioning Jesus' resurrection when first told of it, then proclaiming "My Lord and my God" on seeing Jesus in John 20:28. Traditionally he is said to have traveled outside the Roman Empire to preach the Gospel traveling as far as India.
Commitment to Christ: In all we are and do we will seek first to honor God as made known by Jesus Christ.
Honesty and Integrity: We seek to speak and act in accordance with the truth.
Excellence: We seek to live up to the highest potential each one has been given.
Inclusiveness: We seek to welcome and include all the people into our community.
Respect: We seek to treat each other as God treats us.
Creativity: We seek to use our gifts for the beautification and betterment of all.
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