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.
We are still enrolling for the Fall! Please click here for registration.
***NUT FREE CAMPUS TO INCLUDE CHILDREN WITH NUT ALLERGIES***
St. Thomas Episcopal School is conveniently located near Hollywood Park and Stone Oak. Thousand Oaks, Encino Park, and Hill Country Village are minutes away. Our preschool begins with 2-year olds, and our elementary school has classes for grades kindergarten through third grade. The Gift of Time is a bridge class for students needing extra time before entering kindergarten.
Schedule a tour or visit Open House.
Get to know St. Thomas
About Our Faith
After School Programs
Key Performance Indicators
Tiger Talk Blog
Get to know the St. Thomas staff and clergy. Click the links below to see the full length Q&A for each person featured in our #spotlighttom1604 campaign.
Beth Wyndham- Associate Rector, St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Bishop Gary Lillibridge- Interim Rector, St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Kevin Frei- Youth Ministry Director, St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Cathy Villani- Christian Education Director, St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Check out our exciting list of after school activities offered through Tiger Connections, click here.
A note from our Head of School
We welcome you to St. Thomas Episcopal School and invite you to get to know us. We have a very active Facebook site that shows the special activities that make
St. Thomas more than a school; it's a community.
At St. Thomas we believe the Community, Academics, and STEAM education set us apart from other schools and daycares.
Our certified elementary teachers and degreed preschool teachers create a nurturing environment for whole-child growth and learning.
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“I know the plan I have for you,”
declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”