Great and Humble Hearts


We Are Grateful for Your Enduring Support.

As an independent school, St. Stephen’s depends on a strong culture of giving. We nurture long-term relationships with donors who are dedicated to fulfilling St. Stephen's mission. Fortunately for us, that commitment is shared by our entire school community.
Gifts to St. Stephen’s support the things that make our school special — talented teachers, student diversity, small class sizes, enhanced programs in science and the arts, exceptional athletics, a thriving international program, and a campus surrounded by trees, hills and the open sky. Gifts help make the school affordable to a wider range of students, offering students the many benefits of social, cultural, religious and economic diversity. Contributions to St. Stephen’s reflect the strength of our community and our shared commitment to our students.
This deep-rooted shared culture of giving has enabled the school to become the outstanding institution that it is today. Thank you for continuing that tradition.
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About Advancement

The Advancement Office oversees fundraising and alumni relations for St. Stephen's Episcopal School. The Advancement Office is dedicated to supporting the school’s mission by nurturing lifelong relationships, securing financial resources, and promoting St. Stephen's in local, national and international communities. Led by Christine Aubrey, the team is devoted to stewarding creative and effective alumni programs, parent programs, development services and fundraising initiatives, such as the Annual Fund, and periodic endowment and capital campaigns. Please contact us or stop by our offices in Faculty House #3 behind the Health Center. We look forward to your support and will be delighted to answer your questions.

Tradition of Philanthropy

When the Rt. Rev. John E. Hines founded St. Stephen’s in 1950, he envisioned a school with the highest academic standards that would welcome people from across the socioeconomic spectrum and around the world. Bishop Hines’ vision for an exceptional independent school became a reality thanks to the generosity of the St. Stephen’s community. 
Address: 6500 St. Stephen's Dr., Austin, TX 78746
Phone: (512) 327-1213