Students: 180 | Faculty: 75 | Grades: 6-12 | Gender: Coed
St. Stephen’s Episcopal School
St. Stephen’s Episcopal School in Austin, Texas, is a coed college preparatory school that serves grades 6-12. St. Stephen’s is a part of the Episcopal Diocese but welcomes students, faculty, and staff from all religious backgrounds and practices.
685 students from numerous Texas cities, 7 states, and 15 countries comprise a diverse student body.
With a student-teacher ratio of 8:1, the school offers individualized instruction focusing on the fundamentals of a classic liberal-arts education. The over 75 faculty members strive to produce thoughtful and engaged humans prepared to succeed in college.
A 370-acre campus situated on a river-view hilltop, St. Stephen’s is accredited by both the Independent School Association of the Southwest and the Southwest Association of Episcopal Schools.
Boarding Schools in Texas
Texas Academy of Math and Science is a residential private early college program located in the suburban area of Denton, Texas. This co-ed academy serves grades 11-12 with roughly 380 students. Admission is competitive and only 200 are accepted each year. Students enter the academy immediately following their sophomore year of high school where they start full-time college studies. Upon graduating, students earn their diploma plus their credits are transferable. The school follows a rigorous curriculum requiring all students to obtain a 3.0 ...
The Episcopal School of Texas (TMI), founded in 1893, is a co-educational college preparatory military school located in San Antonio, Texas. The school offers both boarding and day school options. It is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest. The school philosophy is based on four standards: academics, spirituality, athletics and military. The Corps of Cadets program is nationally recognized. Fourteen graduates have risen to the rank of general, including General Douglas MacArthur. The school offers a challenging academic program ...
Coach Carter Impact Academy is the brainchild of for high school basketball coach Ken Carter, who was made famous by the 2005 movie Coach Carter. Allowing around 65 students to board and study at the school the academy is open to around 150 students in grades 8-12. Known for placing academic achievement as highly as basketball success for his teams Carter established his Impact Academy in 2009 in the small, rural town of Marlin, Texas. Attempting to build self discipline the school offers ...