At St. Stephen’s, we affirm individuality. We question everything. We build relationships. We practice service and we believe.

The learning experience should be personal, active, engaging, and challenge students to step into their stretch zone. At St. Stephen's, it is. Through Montessori and International Middle Years Curriculum, we give students the freedom to explore big ideas and the responsibility of expressing mastery. School life is rooted in collaboration among a diverse student body, creatively applying knowledge, and actively pursuing one's place in the world.

To begin your child's St. Stephen's Episcopal experience, follow the steps outlined below. 

Step 1: Online Application

Start the application process by completing the online application for your student.

 


Step 2: Recommendations

Recommendations are required for ages 5 and above, if the student attended school prior to applying to St. Stephen's.

Orientation - 6th Grade

Recommendation (Orientation-Kindergarten if applicable)

Recommendation (Elementary)

7th and 8th

Recommendation - English

Recommendation - Math

The previous school should fax or email the recommendation directly to St. Stephen’s Episcopal School - Houston, Admission Office.

admission@ssesh.org
Phone: 713-821-9100
Fax: 713-821-9156

 

Step 3: Report Cards, Test Results

Provide copies of your student's report cards and standardized test results from the past two years. Report cards and standardized test results are only required if the student attended school prior to applying to St. Stephen's.

Transcript and records release form

Please fax or email report cards and standardized test results directly to St. Stephen’s Episcopal School - Houston, Admission Office.

admission@ssesh.org
Phone: 713-821-9100
Fax: 713-821-9156

 

Step 4: ISEE

If applying for grades 6 and 7,  the student should take the ISEE. Register at erblearn.org and select St. Stephen's as the school of choice (Code: 447569). 

For first round consideration, the ISEE exam should be taken no later than February 1.  

 


Applications are accepted year-round, depending on availability. Applications are accepted up to one year in advance.