Casady Episcopal School
9500 N Pennsylvania
Oklahoma City, OK
Mail: P. O. Box 20390, OKC, 73156


Founded in 1947 and the oldest of Oklahoma's diocesan Episcopal schools, Casady has an enrollment of more than nine hundred students. It is a college preparatory school that educates children, preschool through the twelfth grade. The academic program, renowned throughout the state and nation, is supported with an extensive activities program, a comprehensive recreational and interscholastic sports program, and a religious education program that provides a firm footing in Christian faith. Casady provides more than $600,000 in financial aid for scholarships. Check the Casady website for more information.

Headmaster: Christopher Bright

Head Chaplain: The Rev. Charles Blizzard

Assistant Chaplain: Sonny Varela

Holland Hall Episcopal School
5666 E. 81st Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74137


Founded in 1922, Holland Hall is an independent, coeducational, college-preparatory Episcopal day school educating students from PreSchool through Grade 12.

Holland Hall provides a challenging, comprehensive educational experience grounded in a rigorous liberal arts, college preparatory curriculum that promotes critical thinking and life-long learning. We seek to foster in each student a strong moral foundation and a deep sense of social responsibility.

For more information, visit our website at

Head: Mark Desjardins, Ph.D.

Chaplain, Upper Division: The Rev. Art Scrutchins

Chaplain, Middle and Lower Divisions: The Rev. Bert Bibens

St. John's Episcopal School

5401 N. Brookline

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112


Founded as an outreach mission of St. John's Episcopal Church in 1951, St. John's School is a comprehensive Episcopal Day School which has been serving the greater Oklahoma City community in its current location of 5201 N. Brookline since the autumn of 1965.

Located on a shady seven acre site in north central Oklahoma City, St. John's campus consists of the main Academic Building and Parish Hall, St. John's Episcopal Church, Wade-Dalton Hall, the Library, Computer Lab, an outdoor education area with a creek and mature trees, two playgrounds to serve both primary and older children, a basketball court, and a combination soccer/baseball field.

St. John's School is fully accredited by both the State of Oklahoma and by the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools. Our professional, certified faculty have won recognition for excellence in teaching. Here, teachers are given the freedom to develop both curricula and instructional methods and materials to help their students excel. Faculty and staff interact with their students as instructors, advisors, extra-curricular activity sponsors, and coaches.

St. John's diverse population comes from many regions of the city and the surrounding suburbs, and serves approximately 100 students in Preschool 3 through Grade 8. St. John's School now offers a Child Development Program for ages 6 weeks to 3 years under the direction of Carrie Martin. Classrooms are small with a caring staff trained in early childhood education. Licensed by the Department of Health Services, the center is open year round and can take drop-ins when available. Hours are 7:30 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.

The school is governed by an elected Board of Trustees responsible for operational, financial, and policy implementation. A vibrant Parent-Teacher Organization and several committees actively assist with the many on-going programs and events of the year. The School is financed almost entirely through tuition, contributions, grants, and fund-raising activities.

The mission of St. John's School is to provide an excellent, well-rounded education, set in the Episcopal tradition, that instills a lifelong love of learning and achievement with a lasting habit of caring and contribution to the community. St. John's School believes in the education of the whole child, as each person has intellectual, social, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs, and a complete education addresses all of these aspects. By providing activities and instruction geared to each child's level of development in a secure environment, we lay the foundation for a productive, creative and well-balanced life.

Head of School: Mrs. Kaye Nelson

Chaplain: The Rev. David Stock

Assistant to the Chaplain:  The Rev. Dana Orwig

St. Mary's Episcopal School

505 East Covell Road

Edmond, Oklahoma 73034


St. Mary's Episcopal School, established in 1977 as a parish day school of St. Mary's Episcopal Church, serves as an outreach ministry of the church educating young children ages three through the fifth grade. The school is fully accredited by the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools, which is recognized by the National Association of Independent Schools and the State of Oklahoma. St. Mary's is also a certified school of the Oklahoma Commission of Episcopal Schools.

Our students experience the finest in curriculum, faith, enrichment and leadership opportunities every day. Our mission is to provide quality academic programs in an environment fostering respect for faith, family others and self. Our goal is to graduate students ready to take on the next series of challenges, no matter what those challenges might include - personally and scholastically.

Located on an expansive, 51 acre campus at 505 East Covell Road in Edmond, the school is two miles north of downtown Edmond, and four miles west of I-35. Our beautiful new facility supports our early childhood through fifth grade programs and also includes a large library, computer lab, multi-purpose room, kitchen, safe rooms, music and art facilities and an advanced science lab. Our outdoor environment is devoted to a unique outdoor classroom setting and offers our students the opportunity to interact with their natural surroundings on a daily basis.

A hallmark of our school, service learning and servant leadership are ingrained into our culture. Service-learning projects at St. Mary's School ensure that all individuals involved are contributing their skills, talents and interest toward making the community a better place. Chapel worship is held weekly.

Financial assistance is available.

For more information about St. Mary's Episcopal School, visit our website at

Head of School: Nancy Hetherington

Chaplain: The Rev. Dr. Mark Story

Trinity Day School

501 S. Cincinnati Avenue

Tulsa, OK 74103



Trinity Episcopal Day School provides a wonderful early education experience for learners from ages six weeks to six years, and offers a nurturing first school experience for the whole family. TEDS creates a learning climate in which children can build both their capabilities and their self-confidence in their social, cognitive, and physical skills. Children construct their knowledge about the world through playful interaction with objects and people. With the help of teachers' positive feedback and encouragement, and in our well-designed learning environments, children are inspired not only to experience the world around them, but also to engage in discovery and inquiry to make sense of it.

Emphasis at TEDS is on a well-rounded curriculum that encompasses physical skills (both fine and gross motor development), language acquisition, social/emotional growth, spiritual development, and cognitive development. In fact, that emphasis underlies our school mission statement:

Trinity Episcopal Day School welcomes children at the beginning of their developmental journey in an early childhood program that meets their cognitive, social/emotional, physical and spiritual needs.

The mission of Trinity Episcopal Day School embraces:

Service to our community and neighbors

Spiritual development

Inclusion and hospitality

Cultural diversity

Non-judgmental relationships

Superior early childhood education

Head of School: Pamela Goodwin

Chaplain: The Rev. Kristi Maulden


Oak Hall Episcopal School

2815 N. Mt. Washington

Ardmore, Oklahoma  73401



Oak Hall Episcopal School was founded in 1977.  The school is dedicated to ensuring the intellectual, creative, physical, social, emotional and spiritual growth of each student to his or her potential within a Christian environment in the Episcopal tradition.  Oak Hall serves children from 3 years of age through the 8th grade, providing a rigorous academic program enriched by the arts and technology.  Teachers serve as leaders in both academia and spiritual direction.  Class sizes are intentionally kept small so as to provide and nurturing and stimulating educational environment. 

 In 2006, Oak Hall Episcopal School became the first private school in the state of Oklahoma to be named a Great Expectations Model School.  The school has embraced the Great Expectations philosophy by creating an infrastructure that promotes improved student self-esteem, high test scores, decreased disciplinary problems, critical thinking and social awareness.

 Oak Hall is a spiritual community rooted in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Students and faculty gather daily for morning prayer and weekly for chapel service.  Service learning is also a critical component of the school.  The school is committed to developing a servant attitude in students through meaningful service projects.

 Oak Hall Episcopal School is located in southern Oklahoma and serves children from four counties.  Students learn in a beautiful 35,000 square foot facility that includes a state-of-the art technology lab, media center, two playgrounds and a gymnasium.

 For more information, please visit our website at


Head of School:   Laura Gallagher

Chaplain:    The Rev.  Dawn Frankfurt