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The Mission of St. Richard's Episcopal School is to instill knowledge and values for a lifetime.

St. Richard’s provides a timeless, challenging curriculum that embraces diversity while developing global citizens socially, emotionally, physically, spiritually, and intellectually through the implementation of our Five Pillars for Success: Civic Responsibility, Classic Curriculum, Faith, Global Readiness, and Leadership. Located at 33rd and Meridian Streets, just north of downtown Indianapolis, SRES offers unique partnerships throughout the city that bring learning to life, a rigorous academic curriculum, three world languages, public speaking and leadership opportunities, a strong fine arts program and organized athletics for continued lifetime success. 



Civic Responsibility

St. Richard’s sense of community extends beyond the school. Community service and neighborhood partnerships are woven into the curriculum. St. Richard’s students learn not only to respect themselves and others but also to embrace their responsibility to the community.

Classic Curriculum

St. Richard’s educates the whole student by promoting academic, emotional, physical, and intellectual development. The curriculum reflects classic values—focusing on science, mathematics, languages, the arts and humanities—executed with innovative tools and wisdom to prepare students for the modern world.


St. Richard’s embraces the Episcopal tradition of intellectual exploration and discovery of faith that encourages students of all faith traditions to search for answers to challenging questions through an examination of cultures and religions, past and present.

Global Readiness

St. Richard’s begins preparing students early for global citizenship. The wide range of students’ faiths, cultures, races and ethnicities creates a rich, diverse community. An award winning language program begins in PK, preparing our students in Grade 5 for an extensive exchange trip to France. Beginning in Grade 6 the language program expands to include Latin for all students with an option of French or Spanish. St. Richard’s students are well-equipped to confidently explore the wider world. Click here to watch our Global Readiness Assembly.


St. Richard’s prides itself in preparing students to be leaders. Students in all grades learn to be confident public speakers through school-wide performances and presentations such as the Kindergarten Nativity Play and Constitution Day Assembly. Older students are school role models for the entire school with traditions such as the Grade 8 buddy program helping to ensure a close sense of community.




Class of 2023 High School Matriculation

Our 2023 graduates have matriculated to 8 high schools, including independent and public schools. 100% of our graduating class was accepted to the school of their choice, and those students attending independent schools earned over $125,000 in merit awards.


High Schools include the following: Brebeuf Jesuit, Cathedral, Hamilton South Eastern, Herron, Mills E. Goodwin High School in Virginia, North Central, Park Tudor, University High School.


Affirmation of Honour

As a member of St. Richard's Episcopal School, I celebrate:

My love for God;

The acceptance of personal responsibility;

The values of knowledge, honesty, integrity, and service; and

Openness to the diverse world in which I live.