St. Stephen's Episcopal School, established in 1989 as an active ministry of St. Stephen's Church, enrolls children from PreK2 through Sixth Grade at the 52-acre campus it shares with the Church.​

St. Stephen's Episcopal School was created as and remains the largest and most diverse ministry of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church.  As an outreach ministry of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, the School holds two weekly chapel services as a way to honor its Episcopal identity and school founders.  Students are placed at the center of the Chapel experience, and they are guided by clergy and faculty.  All children attend spiritual formation and growth classes once a week.

In the tradition of Episcopal schools, St. Stephen's teaches and models Anglican rituals, open-mindedness, tolerance, peaceful resolution, appreciation of spiritual differences, and understanding of the world community.  The academic and spiritual foundation students receive creates the base upon which they build lives of wisdom and integrity, while fostering a pervasive feeling of hope and enthusiasm.