St. Stephen’s Campus
Quite honestly, most people are shocked when they visit St. Stephen’s for the first time. It certainly doesn’t look like your typical school campus.
The minute you drive through the front gates you notice something different. You’re immediately surrounded by thousands of trees. The buildings set into the hillside frame views of the lake and the surrounding hills. Even the athletic fields have views that look like they came right off a postcard.
We have 44 buildings in all including classroom buildings, dorms, a dining hall, 2 gyms, a black box space, a proscenium stage, practice rooms, a recital hall, and faculty houses.
St. Stephen’s is one of the most special places in Austin. We hope you’ll see it all for yourself.
Arts facilities include the Helm Fine Arts Center featuring the Temple Family Theatre, a 410-seat performance venue and proscenium stage; a 100-seat recital hall; and an open-air portico overlooking Lake Austin. In addition to Helm, the campus boasts Hines Hall Theatre and Bowen Arts Studio, two additional rehearsal/ performance spaces as well as the Clayton dance studio.