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St. John's Episcopal School

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We continue to be impressed by St. John’s Episcopal School of Dallas, as we feel the St. John’s community is unparalleled. Upon moving to Dallas, we were in search of a school that would offer strong academic credentials, religious instruction, and an environment that would foster self-confidence, care and compassion. We quickly found St. John’s to be a place that encouraged our children to discover their greatest potential by promoting curious exploration, creating academic and spiritual challenges, and offering positive reinforcement.

As St. John’s annual operating budget exceeds the amount of money collected from tuition each year, this campaign is necessary to satisfy the school’s budgetary obligations and enables the teachers and staff to continue providing our children with the education they deserve. We, therefore, strongly support the St. John’s Fund and encourage each family to join in support of this campaign.

St. John’s Fund Campaign Chairs, Kate and Jack Casanova
Parents to Campbell ’32, Henry ’33, and Caroline ‘34

About the Fund - Investing in our Lions' Futures

The St. John's Fund is the School’s largest annual fundraiser that allows our School to fulfill its mission of creating programs of academic excellence designed to train the mind, strengthen the character, and enrich the spirit of each student in a Christian environment.  As an essential part to making our students’ experiences unforgettable each year, the St. John’s Fund helps to bridge the gap between tuition and the actual cost of providing the full St. John’s experience. With tuition covering only 82% of the annual operating budget, (see charts) we count on our families and friends to make possible the resources needed to capture every student’s imagination and foster an environment for well-rounded, confident learners.

Annual participation is important and represents the strength of our community and our School. Our goal is to reach 100% participation from our great community.

St. John's Giving Levels

We are excited to introduce new levels to our giving program because we know as a community we can build a strong foundation together for our students, faculty, and staff.  Join us at the level that you feel most comfortable and please know every gift goes straight back into our beloved School. 

1953 Club*

$25,000 and above

Legacy Circle*             

$15,000 - $24,999

Head's Circle*

$10,000 - $14,999

President’s Circle*             

$5,000 - $9,999

Tartan Guard*         

$2,500 - $4,999

Honor Roll    

$1,500 - $2,499

Blue & Gold Circle

$500 - $1,499

Lion’s Pride                        

$250 - $499

Friend $1 - $249

*Leadership Level Gifts - A yearly gift of $2,500 or more to the St. John’s Fund provides leadership support to the School. Leadership Level Gifts will be invited to an Annual Fund celebration in Spring of 2024. President’s Circle and above will be invited to the Board of Trustee President’s Dinner held in May.

Thank You
2022-23 Donors

To ensure each student enjoys a robust and fulfilling experience at St. John's, we are grateful for the generosity of our community for their commitment to the Annual Fund, and the Graduating Class of 2023 to the Teacher Endowment Fund! Click here to see our generous supporters.

Eighth Grade Gift

Class of 2024 Families, the Eighth Grade Gift leaves an important legacy for our teachers.  Every donation from the class will go to support the Teacher Endowment Fund (and also count towards participation in the Annual Fund.)  This Gift will ensure that the tremendous energy and undeniable talent of the Class of 2024 will endure in the life of the School.  

St. John's Fund Leadership Team

Campaign Chairs                              Kate and Jack Casanova
Grandparent Chairs                          Barbie and Gary Coleman
Leadership Chairs                             Georgie and Brent Walker
New Family Chairs                           Kristin and Patrick Smith
Trustee Chair                                     Scott Parks
8th Grade Gift                                  Deborah and Don Hill

Assistant Chairs:
Middle School (5th– 7th)               Noelle and Stephen Hardin
Lower School (3rd & 4th)               Nicole and Winston Post
Lower School (1st & 2nd)               Caitlin and Ivan Vrcek
Primary (PS, TK, K)                          Julie and Sven Anderson

St. John’s Advancement Office       Diana Hamilton

Frequently Asked Questions