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Religion Department

Religion classes provide an intellectually challenging study of Scripture, theology, philosophy, history, world religions and ethics. Students learn the historical and theological foundations of the Christian faith. We strive to provide students with the tools necessary to articulate their own theological and ethical views for current and future application. We prepare students for college, and for a significant life thereafter in support of the EHS mission.

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Dean of Spiritual Life
The Rev. Philip Kochenburger
(713)512-3409

pkochenburger@ehshouston.org

Chaplain/Religion Dpt. Chair
The Rev. Beth Holden
(713) 512-3484
bholden@ehshouston.org

Director of Community Service
Mike Donnelly
713-512-3483
mdonnelly@ehshouston.org

Dan Binder

Dan Binder

Departments: Religion
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John Drexel

John Drexel

Class of 2010
Departments: Religion
Beth Holden

Beth Holden

Departments: Religion
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Philip Kochenburger

Philip Kochenburger

Departments: Religion, Administration
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John Motley

Departments: Religion
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Katheryn Ray

Katheryn Ray

Class of 1989
Departments: Religion
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Joshua Smith

Departments: Religion
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GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Subject

Required Credits

Length of Study

English

4 Credits

8 Semesters

History

3 Credits

6 Semesters

Languages

2 Credits

4 Semesters

Mathematics

3 Credits

6 Semesters

Religion

2 Credits

4 Semesters

Science

3 Credits

6 Semesters

Fine Arts

2 Credits

4 Semesters

Health and Phys. Ed.

1 Credit

2 Semesters

Other Electives

3 Credits

6 Semesters


TOTAL

23 Credits

46 Semesters


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.