Please support St. Augustine School:

Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area: #20000
United Way of the National Capital Area:#9670
Giant Food A+ School ID is 00110.
Harris Teeter's Together In Education School Code: 7477.
The eScrip (Safeway, etc) Group ID: 1034402. Please register online at or through
St. Augustine School at 202-667-2608.
BoxTops and Labels for Education can be dropped off to the attention of the Home School Assoc at
St. Augustine School (1421 "V" Street, NW, Washington, DC 20009).

Target RedCard users can enroll in the Take Charge of Education Program and designate St. Augustine School by signing up online at or in stores.

Please join our St. Augustine School Parents Group on Facebook

Emergency Communications

For emergency communications (school closings, etc.) and other important announcements, you can expect to hear automated messages from St. Augustine School on the phone numbers you listed on your child's application. We work with School Reach in a service funded by the Title I program. Please know that St. Augustine School follows D.C. Public Schools for delays and closures as a result of bad weather.

  • Brittany Marshall '03 ValedictorianPenn State University '11Northwestern UniversityM.A. in Journalism Candidate
    At St. Augustine, I started my journalism work as a writer and editor for the school's newsletter. In 8th grade, I represented St. Augustine in the Calcium Challenge at the Smithsonian Museum. I did a full broadcast news story as a contestant. It opened my eyes to broadcast journalism. These were my first introductions into journalism and I thank St. Augustine for guiding me to my lifelong passion.
  • Coach George KingSt. Augustine School Fencing ClubThrough Fencing, I can teach young people social skills and manners. It's a chance to give back. Growing up in New York and being raised by a single parent, I know from personal experience how important sports can be to a young person's development. When I was young, it was the interest that one coach took in me that made a big difference.