St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal School has a rich history in the west San Fernando Valley having opened our doors in 1957 with our first Kindergarten class. We provide quality, private, Christian education at affordable prices to Preschool, Elementary, and Middle School students in a nurturing environment with an experienced and devoted faculty and staff.
We are located on a beautiful, four-acre campus in Winnetka, CA near the San Fernando Valley communities of Canoga Park, West Hills, Woodland Hills, Calabasas, Chatsworth, Northridge, Porter Ranch, Reseda, Tarzana, Encino, and within an easy commute from Simi Valley and other east Ventura County cities.
Here is just some of what St. Martin’s offers:
- Easy Access from the 101 at Winnetka Ave. and the 118 at Tampa Ave. or DeSoto Ave.
- Safe, Secure Campus near Warner Center and Westfield Topanga & Promenade Malls
- Extended Care AM & PM
- Small Class Sizes
- Challenging Curriculum
- Daily Hot Lunch Program
- Spring & Summer Camp
- After School Band
- After School Team Sports & Cheerleading
St. Martin’s believes that as society’s standards are changing, children need a stable set of values on which to base their judgments and decisions throughout their lives. St. Martin’s School partners with the parents of our students and our parish to help provide this foundation.
St. Martin’s welcomes children from all walks of life, regardless of race, creed, color, ethnic origin or gender. We would love to have you join the St. Martin’s family.
As we watched the piles of donated canned foods grow …
… and listened to the expressions of thanksgiving from St. Martin’s students during our Thanksgiving chapel …
… and observed the fun at Friendship Breakfast …
… gratitude filled our hearts at how blessed we are here at St. Martin’s to have such amazing teachers, staff, families, and students. Thank you all for making St. Martin’s such a wonderful place for all of us.
We wish all of you a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving!
As we reflect on all that we are thankful for during this season, St. Martin’s goal is to collect 2000 cans of food to distribute to our local food bank to help feed families in need in our community. Please help us to help others by donating canned food and other non-perishable food items to the school office now through November 24, 2015.
Last Sunday, November 8, 2015, the St. Martin’s community joined together to celebrate our patron saint. We enjoyed a performance by the Middle School handbell group, a song from our Kindergarten-5th Grade students, and narrated and acted scenes from the life of St. Martin.