In 2016, Episcopal Day closed its first-ever capital campaign, completing a $25M campaign to build new facilities and grow enrollment.

Following a comprehensive strategic planning process in 2008, there was strong community consensus that Episcopal Day should prepare for long-term growth and capital improvements. With much planning and coordination with The Episcopal Church of St. Matthew, The Campaign for St. Matthew’s was launched in 2011.

Today, we are proud to have the new Charles House campus (opened 2013)  for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten, and St. Matthew’s Hall (opened 2014), the new home for our middle school. This campaign has been transformational for our community of learners and today, the classrooms are filled with joyful noise and engaged students as we grow into our new spaces.

In these new facilities, including a home gym, a spacious and welcoming library, maker lab and state-of- the-art classrooms, dedicated teachers are able to fulfill our mission to inspire innovation and create leaders of positive change.

Phase I

September 2013

The new facilities for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten provide creative and welcoming classrooms, outdoor play spaces and gardens in a warm and “home-like” environment. Located just one block from the main campus, Charles House remains an important entry point to Episcopal Day, with most students continuing on to graduation in eighth grade.

Phase II

September 2014

St. Matthew’s Hall houses 13 new classrooms, including an underground gym, state-of-the-art library, maker lab, music/ drama room and science labs. This new facility is the home to middle school, along with students fourth and fifth grades on the second floor. St. Matthew’s is unique in that fifth grade experiences a modified middle school program, which supports a smoother transition to sixth grade. And the new home-court gym is being enjoyed by all. Go Mustangs!

Phase III

September 2016

The final phase of the project completed the 3rd floor of St. Matthew’s Hall, adding a Learning Center, a second visual arts studio, four additional classrooms for seventh and eighth grades, a faculty room and office for the middle school director. The middle school students and faculty have quickly taken ownership of their new home and fill the halls and classrooms with joyful noise!

Thank you.

We are grateful to these families and organizations who contributed to The Campaign for St. Matthew’s 2015

Meet the Team

List of 1 members.

  • Photo of Rakhee Kaushik

    Rakhee Kaushik 

    Director of Development

Episcopal Day School of St. Matthew

16 Baldwin Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94401

The Episcopal Church of Saint Matthew

1 S El Camino Real, San Mateo, CA 94401

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