Give to SGCS

Gifts to the St. Gabriel's Fund enable our school to employ the best practices in teaching and learning, and empower our students to reach their full potential. Participation is vital to sustaining all aspects of our school community that make St. Gabriel's exceptional.

Be Involved

Volunteer involvement is priceless to a school’s success and sense of community. Choose from helping out at annual book fairs, uniform re-sales, Homecoming Carnival, or volunteering in the classroom and library. We welcome you to “Be Involved”.


Although St. Gabriel's is a Catholic school, we embrace and honor the families of all faiths in our community, for their very presence enriches each one of us individually. Christians and non-Christians are more alike in their spirituality than they are different, and it is these essentials that we celebrate.
Participation is vital to sustaining all aspects of our school community that make St. Gabriel's exceptional.

The St. Gabriel's Fund

Your gift of financial support ensures St. Gabriel’s ability to fulfill its mission to educate students in a challenging environment that fosters character formation through scholastic excellence and physical, emotional, and spiritual growth. 

Learn more about the St. Gabriel's Fund

Ways to Give

St. Gabriel’s is an independent Catholic school, which means that the school is financially independent of the Diocese of Austin and operates as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Because we are not affiliated with a particular Catholic parish, we are not part of any parish operating budget.
St. Gabriel's Catholic School

2500 Wimberly Lane  |  Austin, TX 78735  |  512.327.7755  |

Accreditations & Recognitions
St. Gabriel's Catholic School is an Independent Catholic school in Austin TX, educating children in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and middle school.
Schools within the Diocese of Austin do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, or national or ethnic origin in: (i) the admission of students; (ii) the offerings of rights, privileges, programs, or activities generally made available to their students; or (iii) the administration of educational policies, admissions policies, loan programs, athletic programs, employment practices or policies, or other school-administered programs.