St. Michael's Episcopal School



As we honor the past and celebrate St. Michael’s 65th anniversary, we stand proud of all that has been accomplished during St. Michael’s amazing journey to develop and transition to the W. E. and Dale Harman Singleton Campus. Our 70+ acre campus encompasses two academic buildings, a gymnasium, a performing arts center, a 5-acre lake, woodlands, and trails. The facilities and surrounding outdoors are designed to support and engage students in an active learning environment, meet the evolving needs of 21st century learners, and build on traditions.

Join us as we celebrate these landmark years of extraordinary vision!

This is indeed an exciting time for St. Michael’s Episcopal School. We are grateful for the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Singleton, Dr. and Mrs. W. Baxter Perkinson Jr., and many others whose philanthropic support helped us realize the vision to operate as a ONE campus school again. We look to the future to those now engaged with the School’s 10-year accreditation process through the Virginia Association of Independent Schools and to those whose vision will guide us into the next years with the School’s next strategic plan.

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  • November 8, 2022
    The W. E. and Dale Harman Singleton Campus
    In 2004, a gift of land and a challenge gift by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Singleton provided St. Michael’s the opportunity to transform its vision for the future, establishing a new campus which now includes two academic buildings, a gymnasium, and a performing arts building. Few times are we given the opportunity to dramatically improve an institution – an opportunity that is long-lasting and impacts so many. With the Lower School’s transition to the Singleton Campus, the 70+ acre Singleton Campus positions St. Michael’s to build on its traditions of excellence, strengthen relationships across grade levels, and meet the evolving needs of 21st century learners. Beyond the logistical and financial benefits of ONE campus, students and faculty grow and learn in a truly unique environment that inspires innovative programs and encourages new ways of learning.

  • March 21, 2021
    Blessing of the Land
    St. Michael’s students, faculty, and staff gathered on Monday, March 21, for their first all-school chapel of the year. It was indeed a celebratory time and a long-awaited moment for us to stand socially-distanced at the site of the School’s future Assembly Hall and be part of the Blessing of the Land Chapel, led by the rector of St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, the Reverend Dr. Jeunée Godsey, and the School’s Chaplain, Christian Hansen. Bob Gregg, head of school, and Caroline Jennings, board chair, provided a construction update and acknowledged the many whose vision, dedication, and generosity led us to this long-awaited moment to begin the Assembly Hall construction. We are excited to announce that construction, led by Loughridge & Co LLC, will begin in mid-June!