The Academic Pillar supports Episcopal High School’s mission by providing an education that prepares students for college and for a significant life beyond school. Our students receive an intellectually and spiritually challenging liberal arts education characterized by rigor and excellence.
Throughout their four years of high school, our superior academic program responds to students' needs and capabilities, providing them with significant opportunities for growth, success, and self-definition in the supportive environment of a Christian community within the beliefs and traditions of the Episcopal Church.
Assistant Head of School and Principal
Nancy Laufe Eisenberg
Length of Study
|3 Credits||6 Semesters|
|World Languages||2 Credits|
|Health and PE||1 Credit|
|Other Electives||3 Credits|
Episcopal High School uses the semester grading system, whereby each student receives a grade at nine weeks and another at eighteen weeks, the end of the semester. For yearlong courses, the end-of-the-year grade, a reflection of the two semesters, is the only grade recorded on the transcript. Effort grades of S (Satisfactory) or U (Unsatisfactory) will be given for each nine-week grading period.
EHS Honor Code Pledge
As a member of the Episcopal High School community, I pledge that I will not lie, cheat or steal, and that I will uphold the values of honesty and integrity.
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