Classes are offered for rising 8th graders and high school students.
Girls and Boys Teams Combine to Earn 2nd Place
Trips include China, the Texas Hill Country, the Everglades, and D.C.
Walker gave a verbal commitment to Stanford University during a ceremony in the Underwood Theater
The Episcopal High School student’s day embodies a balance of the Four Pillars of academics, arts, athletics, and religion. From early morning practices to after-school tutorials and extracurricular activities, the students are encouraged to challenge themselves, grow, and develop high standards in both their academic and ethical lives.
Campus comes alive each morning as students begin their exploration of the Four Pillars with early morning study groups, sports and performing arts practices, or prayer meetings.
The state-of-the-art Trotter Academic & Sciences Building buzzes with energy as students head to their first classes.
Daily Chapel is the time each day where the entire community gathers for prayer and fellowship.
Hands-on learning, critical thinking, and collaboration are hallmarks of the Academics Pillar.
The Arts Pillar offers an unparalleled range of classes where students can unlock their creative potential.
Strength and conditioning sessions provide an opportunity for all students--whether on sports teams or not.
More than 5,000 hours of community service are volunteered by EHS students who dedicate their time after school or on weekends.
School spirit abounds as the community of students, parents, faculty, and staff gathers together at nighttime events to support students who participate in sports or the performing arts.
Visitors to Episcopal High School’s campus say they “just feel at home.” A sense of excitement and energy fills every corner of our campus, from the classroom to the cafeteria, to the dance studio and the playing fields. Partnering advanced technology with teacher expertise prepares our college-bound students for the 21st century.