The First Independent STEAM School in Orange County, CA
Serving Early Childhood to 8th Grade

Welcome to St. John's Episcopal School

A Note of Welcome from our Admissions Office

Finding a school that is the right match for your child and family is an important decision. We know that you value a school where your child will be safe and thrive. We look forward to meeting you and guiding you through the admissions process as you learn more about becoming a part of the St. John’s family.

We hope you enjoy visiting our admissions webpage links below which will provide you with ways to learn about St. John’s and begin the application process for the 2021-2022 school year.

Founded in 1988, St. John’s has established itself as a leading independent school in Orange County. Students are divided into three developmentally appropriate divisions:

Early Childhood Division (8 Weeks-Pre-K)
Elementary Division (K-5th Grade)
Middle Division (6th-8th Grade)

If you have questions, please contact email us at



We look forward to you joining us for our January Admissions Open House. Click the image below to RSVP. We also know the transition to both Kindergarten and Middle School can be overwhelming. We are here to help! Please join us for a Kindergarten Information Session on January 13, 2021 at Noon and a Middle Division Informational Session on January 12, 2021 at Noon. We are excited to share our St. John's program with you.


Kindergarten Informational Zoom Recording

Middle Division Informational Zoom Recording




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We invite you to come and explore St. John's programs and discern if our school is right for your family. We cannot wait to connect with you! Please feel free to reach out to our admissions team directly. 

Patty Stoecker

Infant - 3rd Grade Admissions 

Seaby Rodriguez

4th - 8th Grade Admissions, International Admissions 

St. John's Episcopal School seeks and accepts students for admission without reference to race, color, religion, age, disability, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or gender. Admissions and financial aid decisions are made independently.