Above all, Episcopal schools exist not merely to educate, but to demonstrate and proclaim the unique worth and beauty of all human beings as creations of a loving, empowering God.

The National Association of Episcopal Schools

Purposeful Service

As a member of the Church Schools in the Diocese of Virginia, our foundation and our mission are rooted firmly in the tenets of our Episcopal identity. We welcome all faiths, and we are called to love one another and honor one another for who God has made each of us. We take this charge seriously, and we are guided by our mission each and every day to value each member of our community as a child of God.

We live by the principles and ideals of our Episcopal identity through inclusive weekly chapel services on each campus; age-appropriate religious study that uses the teaching of Christian traditions to foster dialogue with other faith traditions, and community engagement that allows our students to practice empathy and develop an understanding of equity, justice, and inclusion.

Our Episcopal identity reaches all corners of our community and our work, informing our programs, inspiring our students to serve, and ensuring that each member of the Saints community can find here a place they can be exactly who they are. Our work in environmental stewardship, community engagement, and diversity and equity are rooted in our Episcopal foundation.


The Religion Department

Sean Cavanaugh 
Religion Department Chair, JK-12 Chaplain
703-212-2770

Michael Hinson 
Middle School Religion Teacher and Chaplain
703-212-2872

Rosemary Beales 
Lower School Religion Teacher, Grades JK-4
703-212-2919

Rebecca Cooper 
Middle School Religion Teacher
(703) 212-2881

Nina Bacas 
Lower and Middle School Religion Teacher, Grades 5-6
703-212-2803