St. Paul's Episcopal Day School
4041 Main Street
Kansas City MO 64111
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (816) 931-8614
Mission Statement
St. Paul's Episcopal Day School develops confident learners, ethical leaders, and compassionate, engaged citizens.
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Andrew Myler
Board Chair Mrs. Amy Dickinson Holewinski
Board Chair Company Affiliation Community Volunteer
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1963
Financial Summary
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Mission Statement St. Paul's Episcopal Day School develops confident learners, ethical leaders, and compassionate, engaged citizens.
Background Statement St. Paul's Episcopal Day School was founded in 1963 by Dr. Clifford E. Nobes, former Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. He felt there was a need in the community for a school that could offer a superior academic curriculum in a unique atmosphere to foster religious education and character training. The school opened as a preschool in the church building in September 1963 with 43 students and a staff of four. As the school continued to grow, the nearby Rollins Building was purchased in the late 1970's. In November 1992, the Rollins Building at 41st and Main Streets was destroyed by fire. The Temple B'nai Jehudah offered a temporary home to the school so that classes could resume. St. Paul's church and school leaders decided to rebuild on the same midtown site. On August 30, 1994 the school reopened in the present south school building, a three-story brick structure. In August of 1998, a new three-acre athletic field was dedicated and opened. The school continues to grow and has a present enrollment of more than 460 students in early childhood through the eighth grade.  St. Paul's Episcopal Day School is accredited by, and is a member of, The Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS). The school is also a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), the National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES) and the Kansas City Independent School Heads Association (KCISHA).
Impact Statement


This fall, we tackled many areas of the Strategic Roadmap. The details included below connect back to the action steps we shared in August.

Goal One: Enhance the student experience through faculty development, improved feedback, and program enhancements.


  • The service learning initiative has been successful. (We received commendations from ISACS in this area!) We will reset our goals for the second semester and continue to grow in this area. Our service learning partnerships: ECC—Children’s Mercy; 1st Grade—Operation Breakthrough; 2nd Grade—Bishop Spencer Place; 3rd Grade—St. Paul’s Pantry; 4th Grade—Reach out and Read; 5th Grade—Children's Center for the Visually Impaired; Middle Schoolers—Dine with Dignity program of Episcopal Community Services (ECS).
  • In addition to our partnership with ECS, we have hosted several community speakers during middle school chapel. The Parents’ Guild organized these speakers and associated off-campus service opportunities for our half days. Speaker Series: City Union Mission, Mission Adelante, Redeemer Fellowship, Harvester’s, Giving the Basics.
  • The portal and new website launch were successful (for the most part!), and we feel parents and students have better access to information. We are meeting in early January to debrief the launch and identify areas we can improve.
  • The professional development program has improved over last year. The teachers have taken ownership of the program, and we have seen much better buy-in and cross divisional interaction. Our PD focus areas for 2016-1017 are blended learning, STEAM, service learning, and learning outside the classroom.
  • We have finalized the 5th-8th grade trip sequence, and we are hopeful these experiences will enrich the student experience and deepen connections to the school. We will share more information about the details in the spring! As with our historical trip to the YMCA, the programmatic costs will be embedded in the tuition and shared across all grade levels. Our 5th-8th Grade Trips, for 2017-2018, include the following: 5th Grade, YMCA of the Ozarks, Pitosi, MO; 6th Grade, Heifer International Ranch, Arkansas; 7th Grade, MarineLab, Key Largo, Florida; 8th Grade, YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park, Colorado.


Goal Two: Optimize enrollment across all grade levels.


  • We have increased our marketing expenditures, and we are working to better track impacts. I hope you have seen some of our online ads and heard our ads on NPR. We recently met with the enrollment task force, and we are preparing an RFP to help us develop a comprehensive marketing and branding strategy.
  • We have been much more intentional about our re-recruitment of our current families. For example, we hosted a parent event and brought back young alumni from area high schools to talk about the long term benefits of a St. Paul’s education.


Goal Three: Upgrade our facilities to meet the current and emerging needs of our students.


  • We have been working with Gould Evans to create the campus master plan. We are nearing a finished product, and we will share with the community in the spring.
  • In the coming weeks, we will be working with the steering committee to develop a plan for fundraising and project phasing.
  • We have outfitted three classrooms with updated furniture and flexible seating options.


Goal Four: Build upon our solid financial foundation.


  • We sponsored an alumni event at the Plaza Art Fair, hosted a Thanksgiving alumni gathering, and welcomed several alumni speakers for chapel. We are planning more speakers and alumni events for the second semester.
  • We are looking at our salary and benefits model to make sure we remain competitive and have a sustainable design. We are also shopping our health insurance to see if we can get some relief in this area.
  • In the second semester, we will create a fundraising plan to continue to grow the endowment and to fund capital improvements.


Other Highlights

First ever middle school cross country team, MPSL Middle School Soccer Champions, Plaza Art Fair, addition of a counselor, Science Olympiad, St. Paul’s Connect Launch, new website launch, Buddy Run, Pet Blessing, Family Fun Fest, Cultural Arts events, (4th and 5th grades), Dash and Dot robots (2nd grade), Makey-Makey (circuits, 4th and 6th grades), hybrid learning, ISACS accreditation, Buddy Breakfasts, music and Christmas programs, speed bumps and cross walks in the parking lot, Chapel, new faculty, new students, our first middle schooler enrolled in Chinese, and 80 plus days of quality teaching and learning!

Andrew Myler, Head of School

Needs Statement

Our Strategic Roadmap sets forth for areas for strengthening the school:

Enhance the student experience through faculty development, improved feedback, and program enhancement. We have a unique mission. We prepare students for academic success, but we also strive to develop ethical leaders and compassionate, engaged citizens. As we look forward, we want to develop deeper connections between our academic curriculum and our character education initiatives.

Optimize enrollment across all grade levels. For over fifty years, St. Paul’s Episcopal Day School has prepared students not just for high school, but for life. To continue to provide excellent programs, we must actively recruit and retain families that value our mission.

Build upon our solid financial foundation. Throughout our history, our community had generously supported the school. To continue to provide an optional student experience, we need to grow our endowment, grow alternative revenue sources, and raise money for capital projects.

Upgrade our facilities to meet the current and emerging needs of our students. After the 1992 fire, St. Paul's Episcopal Day School made the decision to remain in midtown Kansas City, and we serve as a community anchor. We are blessed with an incredible campus, but we need to reimagine our existing footprint to meet our emerging needs.

Service Categories
Primary & Elementary Schools
Areas of Service
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement

I would like to highlight some of the important work that we accomplished this semester as a school community.

Student Experience

In August, we welcomed 83 new students and 379 returning students. Several initiatives were introduced to enhance the student experience, including a new portal that provides parents and students better access to information, a new service learning program, and a teacher-led professional development plan. In middle school, through the efforts of our administrators and Parents’ Guild volunteers, middle school chapels now feature guest alumni speakers or guest representatives from our service partners each week. Exciting and educational fifth-eighth grade trips have been finalized and we established buddy breakfasts, designed to deepen connections between classes and with the school.

Facilities Upgrades

We have been working with architects to create a campus master plan, based on input from faculty, staff and parents. The plan will feature a unique and distinct middle school space as well as many updates and renovations to all three floors of the South building, and some plans for the property across Walnut Street. We have received preliminary costs and discussions are underway for phasing and funding these exciting changes. (Fifth grade parents and parents who attended the community session got a preview of this plan, and we look forward to finalizing the plan in the second semester.)


Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS) team visited St. Paul’s in November for the school’s accreditation review, and we are proud to share that St. Paul’s Episcopal Day School has earned re-accreditation. The ISACS team was very impressed by our students who always introduced themselves, led tours and answered questions openly, honestly and confidently. The team repeatedly commented on the excellent academic experience received by the students, as well as the outstanding character development, chapel and service opportunities that St. Paul’s provides each day. Andrew will be providing a more detailed report of the commendations and recommendations early next year, but I wanted to express our appreciation to all of our administrators, faculty and staff on their professionalism and time.

Other Strategic Initiatives

We have dedicated additional resources to marketing and we are reviewing our marketing and branding strategy.

A new Safety and Security Task Force was formed to review our existing security and safety policies and training, and to research best practices with regard to safety for our students, faculty and staff, and facilities.

We continue to have sound finances and a strong plan for the future, and we have made solid progress on all aspects of our Strategic Roadmap.

We are blessed to have a visionary and action-oriented Head of School in Andrew Myler. Andrew is dedicated to keeping the school moving forward as well as continuing the daily education of our children, to help them become confident learners, ethical leaders, and compassionate, engaged citizens. These are exciting times! It is my pleasure, on behalf of the Board of Trustees, to express our gratitude to Andrew, our administrators, faculty and staff, and to each of you for all you do to support St. Paul’s Episcopal Day School and our mission. We appreciate your dedication to our students.

We look forward to making 2017 St. Paul’s Episcopal Day School’s brightest year yet!


Amy D. Holewinski,

President, Board of Trustees

Description Toddlers through Kindergarten
Category Education, General/Other Early Childhood Education
Population Served Infants to Preschool (under age 5), ,
Short-Term Success

Our success is measured in the joy students continue to have in learning; their readiness for reading, writing and math in more structured forms; and their growing independence. Short term success is measured by the students’ willingness to accept new challenges and their growing recognition of letters and numbers. A students ability to problem solve, care for their personal belongings, tend to their own needs and develop verbal skills to communicate wants and needs are also indicators of daily success.

Teaching Strategies: On the website, you can review the Essential Learning Goals by grade level:

All of our assessment, documentation of student learning is done through Teaching Strategies - an innovative assessment system for children birth through kindergarten. This ongoing, authentic, observational assessment system is directly linked to early learning objectives that are most predictive of future school success. Other aspects of Teaching Strategies include:
  • Objectives address all areas of development (social-emotional, physical, language, literacy, and cognitive)
  • The color-coded progression for each objective helps teachers see the full range of development and learning at once, enabling them to individualize instruction for the varying needs of all students.
  • A variety of purposeful tools help teachers gather assessment data in quick, meaningful ways.
  • Parents and families have increased access to information that pertains to their child’s development and learning.
Each student has an electronic, online portfolio that moves with them as they progress throughout the ECC Division. Portfolios collect and document the unique development of each child. Through pictures, art work and developmental assessments, parents are able to learn specific information about their child’s growth and essential skill development. 
Long-Term Success

Children as young as 2 1/2 are guided through educational play in learning letter and number concepts, social-emotional skills, and small and large motor development. Students are introduced to Spanish, music, art, cooking and physical education. Long term success is ultimately measured by the success of students in all academic areas as they matriculate through the lower and middle school divisions.

Program Success Monitored By Faculty take notes of student progress, consult with parents, observe students, and work with other faculty to identify milestones. If students are frustrated easily, do not respond to activities, or parents express concerns, adjustments are made.
Examples of Program Success Success of program noted in growing confidence, acquisition of skills, and enthusiasm for learning. Low attrition rates are also indicators of program success.
Description 1st through 5th grades
Category Education, General/Other Elementary & Secondary Education
Population Served Children Only (5 - 14 years), ,
Short-Term Success Short term success is measured through achievement of specific, short-term assignments given by teachers. Students are not tested on Missouri assessment tests but the curriculum is aligned with state goals and expectations for both Missouri and Kansas, Common Core standards, and for national subject area groups like the National Conference of Teachers of Math (NCTM). Because of the preparation of students by parents prior to entering our school, the challenge of St. Paul's is to raise the bar of expectations to challenge students beyond state expectations.
Long-Term Success Students learn to read; gain facility in simple math concepts (like adding, subtracting, place value, multiplication, and division); express themselves in composing and writing (print and cursive) short stories and other formal pieces; and begin to learn concepts in science and social studies. Children are given opportunities to speak and perform in front of parents, guests, and peers; they continue to learn simple Spanish words and phrases; and enjoy art, music, physical education, and library classes taught by specialists.
Program Success Monitored By We monitor progress by comparing student results to national and state standards and against expectations in other independent schools.
Examples of Program Success Our students exceed local, state and national standards in almost every area of comparison. While they are not formally tested until the third grade, at that time (and through seventh grade) they take the Educational Records Bureau's CTP and score, on both national and independent school norms, very well compared to other high performing students across the nation.
Description 6th through 8th grades
Category Education, General/Other Education, General/Other
Population Served Children Only (5 - 14 years), ,
Short-Term Success Students excel in competitive academic programs such as Science Olympiad, MathCounts and other local, state and national competitions. Students participate in standardized testing and many are selected to compete in the Duke Talent Identification Program by scoring in the upper percentiles on the PSAT exam.
Long-Term Success Escalating academic standards move students to more proficiency in reading, writing, and math. Special emphasis is placed on integrated, thematic units.
Program Success Monitored By With our low student/teacher ratio, the faculty has an opportunity to get to know each student individually. Our teachers monitor students' achievements continuously to assure that the program offerings are successfully meeting the needs of the student population. The fact that virtually all St. Paul's graduates attend their first choice high school and become leaders in both academic and extra-curricular activities demonstrates that the program is successful.
Examples of Program Success Graduates continue to excel beyond high school, attending some of the most outstanding colleges and universities in the country. They go on to become leaders in the community as well. Our students repeatedly attribute much of their academic success to their early learning at St. Paul's.
CEO Comments St. Paul's continues to provide one of the very finest early childhood and elementary education programs in the Greater Kansas City metropolitan area. Our students come from more than 40 zip codes throughout the two-state area. The school offers an affordable option to families seeking a superior educational experience from toddler through eighth grade. Our graduates are well-prepared to meet the challenges of the most rigorous high school and college programs. They frequently continue on to become community leaders as well. Families typically come to St. Paul's because of the outstanding reputation of our early education program which prepares children to succeed academically as well as socially and spiritually as they move through their elementary, high school and college experiences. The school philosophy fosters a sense of caring for one another as a family as well as strong moral and ethical values, and many of our early learners stay on to become "lifers" at the school.
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Mr. Andrew Myler
Term Start July 2014

Educational Background: Master of Arts, Education (University of Mississippi); Master of Business Administration (University of Alabama); Bachelor of Arts of History (Duke University)

Andrew started his career in education as a member of the Mississippi Teacher Corps.  Andrew has served as a teacher, coach, Dean of Students, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, and as a Division Head. He was drawn to the mission of St. Paul’s and the core values of respect, responsibility, integrity, and compassion.

Co-CEO/Executive Director
Term Start
Compensation Last Year
Former CEOs
Ms. Elizabeth I. Barnes July 2004 - June 2014
Mr. Terry Bartow July 1994 - June 2004
Senior Staff
Title Director of Finance
Experience/Biography Daniel Pennington joined St. Paul’s Episcopal Day School as Director of Finance in May of 2005. He previously served as Finance Director at Hilltop Child Development Center (Kansas University) and as Finance Manager for the United Way of Douglas County. He also served as Corps Accountant for the Salvation Army Divisional Headquarters in Kansas City. Daniel holds a B.A. degree in Business Administration/Accounting from the University of Kansas. He is an active volunteer, serving for three years as a mentor for at-risk youth with Big Brothers/Big Sisters, as well as a volunteer broadcaster for Audio Reader Network. He is past board president of Trinity Respite Care in Lawrence, Kansas and has served on its board of directors for nine years.
Title Middle School Division Head
Experience/Biography Educational Background: B.A. (Rockhurst College); M.L.A. (Baker University). Mr. van Thullenar began his teaching career at The Kansas Urban Education Center in 1983. He then entered private school education at Notre Dame de Sion High School in 1985 teaching various social studies classes. Coaching duties included basketball, softball, golf and the SADD program. In 1987 Mr. Van came to St. Paul's and has been here ever since, teaching and coaching in the middle school. Mr. Van is still teaching world history and has led the middle school division since 2005. He has served on various committees within the school and has made several presentations at regional and national conferences.
Title Early Childhood Division Head
Sheila Abio has been an early childhood professional since 1998, both as a teacher and an administrator. Sheila spent six years working for a therapeutic child care center serving children with special needs, where she helped the center receive full accreditation. At a very young age, Sheila knew that she wanted to work with children and felt an instinctual connection to teach all children important skills to help them succeed in life. Sheila enjoys supporting teachers, parents and caregivers as they work each day to give their students the skills they need to achieve their personal best. Sheila joined the St. Paul's community in July of 2008 and looks forward to a long career serving the St. Paul's community.
Educational Background: Masters in Health Care Administration (University of Minnesota); Bachelors in Human Biology and Business (University of Kansas )

Jill McGee became St. Paul’s Director of Admissions in November of 2012. She substitute taught in all of the divisions of the school for 4 years, and has been a volunteer math mentor for middle school students enhancing their education through online learning. Jill’s three children attended St. Paul’s from Toddler through 8th grade. During her years as a St. Paul’s parent, Jill served on the school’s Board of Trustees, and held many different volunteer positions within the Parents’ Guild.
Title Lower School Division Head
Experience/Biography  Educational Background: BA (Rockhurst University); *MA in Educational Administration *in progress Lisa Jones has been a member of the St. Paul's community since 2006. During her time at St. Paul's she has served in several different capacities and participated in numerous professional development opportunities. Lisa began her career at St. Paul's as a student teacher in fifth grade. She then became a lead teacher and taught fifth grade for seven years before serving as the Lower School Division Head. During her time as a classroom teacher, Lisa served as the Chair for the Professional Development Committee for three years. She also collaborated with a team of St. Paul’s teachers to organize and present numerous workshops on differentiated instruction which culminated in a school wide differentiation showcase. Lisa is committed to continued professional growth and has participated in a variety of experiences. She participated in the Independent Schools Associated of the Central States' "New Teacher Institute" in August, 2006. In May, 2009 Lisa attended David Malery's "First Five Years of Teaching" seminar. She attended the Midwest Conference on Differentiated Instruction in 2010 and 2011 and in the summer of 2012 she attended the NAIS Revolutionizing the Way We Teach & Learn Institute. Lisa has also served on three ISACS accreditation teams. She is currently pursuing her masters in elementary administration through the University of Central Missouri.
Title Director of Development
Educational Background: Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications (Kansas State University) and Master of Public Administration (Park University) 
Cindy began her development work at St. Paul’s in 2004 as Development Coordinator, and returned in 2014 with experience from local and national organizations. The school’s strong partnership with the Parents’ Guild was an important factor in her decision to return to the St. Paul’s community.
Title Director of Technology
Paid Full-Time Staff 63
Paid Part-Time Staff 4
Volunteers 120
Paid Contractors 0
Retention Rate 94%
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Plans & Policies
Organization Has a Fundraising Plan Yes
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Yes
Management Succession Plan No
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy No
Our Head of School and Director of Admissions are members of Kansas City Independent Schools Association. These groups meet regularly to share information and discuss challenges and successes in their respective areas of responsibility. The Finance Director is a member of the Midwest Regional Business Managers Association which meets annually and shares strategies for achieving maximum financial stability.
Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS) - Member2006
National Association of Independent Schools - Full Member2006
External Assessment and Accreditations
Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS) - 10 Year Accreditation2010
School of ServiceYouth Service Alliance of Greater Kansas City2007
School of ServiceYouth Service Alliance of Greater Kansas City2006
School of ServiceYouth Service Alliance of Greater Kansas City2005
School of ServiceYouth Service Alliance of Greater Kansas City2004
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? Yes
CEO Comments St. Paul's Episcopal Day School is governed by a diverse board, including members of the community at large, the church and parent communities. The board takes an active leadership role in both annual and capital fundraising regularly reaching 100% participation in financial contributions. Historically the board has taken on the task of rebuilding the school, after fire destroyed the old Rollins School building in 1992, thus reaffirming its commitment to the midtown neighborhood. Over the years, generous donors have contributed funds to purchase and demolish undesirable properties adjacent to the campus, thus making the neighborhood safer for both students and residents. In 2005, the board made a unanimous decision to expand the campus to provide much-needed improvements, and more programmatically appropriate space, for the school's early learning program, as well as the addition of a full-service kitchen and multipurpose room to serve the entire student body. As a result of this decision, the school has undertook a $10 million capital campaign -- $8.2 million for the building and $2 million for endowment. The construction was completed and the new building occupied in January of 2009. A 50th Anniversary Campaign added $3 million to the permanent endowment.
Board Chair
Board Chair Mrs. Amy Dickinson Holewinski
Company Affiliation Community Volunteer
Term July 2015 to June 2018
Board Members
Mr. Brandon Boulware Rouse Hendricks German May
Dr. Denny Chinnock Truman Medical Center Lakewood
Mr. William Davidson
Mrs. Courtney Goddard-Hawkinson Park University
Ms. Latoya Goree UMKC
Mrs. Jeanine Haistings William Jewell College
Mr. Craig Hakkio
Mrs. Melissa Hendricks Cerner
Mrs. Amy Dickinson Holewinski Dickinson Financial
Mrs. Whitney Hosty Greater Kansas City Community Foundation
Mr. Matthew Hufft Hufft Projects
Mr. John Larson Evans Mullinix, P.A.
Mr. Christopher Long Palmer Square Capital Management
Mr. Andrew Myler St. Paul's Episcopal Day School
Mrs. Janda Nielsen Midwest Distributors
Mrs. Courtney O'Farrell Community Volunteer
Mrs. Elizabeth O'Neal
Mr. Joe Pindell Pitney Bowes
Mr. Joe Platt Grandbridge Real Estate Capital
Mr. Brett Posten Dimensional Innovations
Rev. Stan Runnels St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Ms. Karen Seiter
Mrs. Sarah Telford Community Volunteer
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 2
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 21
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 12
Female 11
Unspecified 0
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Board Meeting Attendance % 82%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 100%
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 10
Standing Committees
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
CEO Comments
As a tuition driven organization, St. Paul's continually faces the challenge of keeping the tuition at a level that makes it affordable to middle class families while maintaining the level of excellence that parents have come to expect.
The current economic climate has made it even more important to find ways to keep tuition increases at a minimum and ensure that the school has the ability to provide tuition aid where needed.
The Board of Trustees is also committed to adding diversity to our community and serving the families of the mid-town neighborhood requiring an even greater need for tuition assistance.
Increasing the endowment in this way will ensure that St. Paul's can sustain itself if the economic situation worsens, keep tuition increases to a minimum to retain enrollment of middle class families, offer increased levels of tuition assistance and provide enrichment opportunities to the outstanding teaching staff which enables St. Paul's to continue to the exceptional educational experience for which it has become known.
Fiscal Year Start July 01, 2016
Fiscal Year End June 30, 2017
Projected Revenue $6,483,791
Projected Expenses $6,481,371
Endowment Value $3,960,017
Spending Policy Percentage
Percentage 4
Foundation Comments
  • FYE 6/30/2015, 2014, 2013: Financial data reported using audited financial statements. 
  • Individual revenue line item includes contributions from foundations and corporations.
Detailed Financials
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201520142013
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
Government Contributions$0$0$0
Individual Contributions$0$0$0
Investment Income, Net of Losses$130,374$370,165$84,097
Membership Dues$0$0$0
Special Events$0$0$0
Revenue In-Kind$0$0$0
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$5,331,981$5,014,978$5,036,554
Administration Expense$1,039,949$1,085,153$991,703
Fundraising Expense$220,359$189,660$383,851
Payments to Affiliates$0$0$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.081.141.06
Program Expense/Total Expenses81%80%79%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue24%30%26%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$19,619,829$19,466,885$18,655,336
Current Assets$7,648,650$7,230,654$6,053,566
Long-Term Liabilities$1,084,000$1,125,000$1,150,000
Current Liabilities$1,550,573$1,564,431$1,140,698
Total Net Assets$16,985,256$16,777,454$16,364,638
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities4.934.625.31
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets6%6%6%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201520142013
Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount --Individual Donor $215,000 --
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount --Individual Donor $184,347 --
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount --Individual Donor $102,000 --
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years Yes
Organization Comments While St. Paul's Episcopal Day School began as an outreach ministry of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in 1963, the school is now entirely self-supporting and receives no income from the church or the diocese. Financial support for the operating budget is derived from tuition, annual gifts, and special events, as well as investment income.
Organization Name St. Paul's Episcopal Day School
Address 4041 Main Street
Kansas City, MO 64111
Primary Phone (816) 931-8614
Contact Email
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Andrew Myler
Board Chair Mrs. Amy Dickinson Holewinski
Board Chair Company Affiliation Community Volunteer
Year of Incorporation 1963