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You were born to STAND OUT.

History doesn’t remember those who fit in — only those brave enough to Stand Out. At Episcopal High School, there are no boundaries to who you can be or what you can achieve. We exist to help you find and free your potential. So feel free to…

Stand Out

At Episcopal, you will find a community that is rich in tradition and engaged in a challenging program that will encourage you and inspire you to discover what you love most.

The Four Pillars

Academics

Challenging Academics

Arts

Transformative Arts

Athletics

Fearless Athletics

Religion

Deep Faith

46

AP and Honors Courses

14

Average Class Size

87%

Athletics Student Participation

170

Classes Offered

152

Annual Chapel Services

50

Art Courses Offered

Find Your Place

At Episcopal, you will find a community that is rich in tradition and engaged in a challenging program that will encourage you and inspire you to discover what you love most.

Science Lesson
TROTTER ACADEMIC BUILDING
Built in 2012 as a replacement for the original Marian High School building, the Jack T. Trotter Academic & Sciences Building is home to 73,191 sq ft of academic minded spaces, including a total of thirty-five classrooms designed for inquiry and exploration—23 for World Languages, History, and Math; and 12 Science Labs. The front of campus, The Trotter Building also includes The Grand Hall and many administrative offices and conference rooms.
UNDERWOOD THEATRE

The stage of the Underwood Theater has long supported transcendent performances of dancers, actors, musicians, poets, and more. Built in 1958 as Part of Marian High School and remodeled in both 1984 and 2018, the theater holds audiences of 800+ who come to see EHS students stretch themselves artistically. At 13,110 sq ft, there is ample space backstage for dressing rooms and costume and set storage.

HILDEBRAND ATHLETIC CENTER
67,061 sq ft completed in 2017, the Hildebrand Athletic Center supports a vibrant year-round athletics program. Within its walls are a 6,800 sq ft weight room, cheer/wrestling room, trophy hallway, and a 4,500 sq ft alumni room with a 1,000 sq ft terrace. It is also home to the Alkek Gym, which is the largest gym in the Southwest Preparatory Conference, holding 1500 spectators.
 
BENITEZ CHAPEL

Named for our founding Bishop, the Rt. Rev. Maurice M. Benitez, the Benitez Chapel was built in 1961 and remodeled in 1986. In worship during daily chapel, we look to God and find meaning, purpose, and value in ourselves and others. It is the one time each day when all our Episcopal High School family is together. Students and faculty experience chapel as an oasis of reflection and calm during our busy campus life. In community, we find strength and encouragement. In chapel, we who are many become one before God.

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Episcopal High School admits students of all races, colors, and national/ethnic origins to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities accorded or made available to students at the School. The School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national/ethnic origin in the administration of its educational and admission policies, financial assistance programs, or athletic and other school-administered programs.

Knight Voices

Eric Avera

To me, the Four Pillars are about inclusion and opportunity. At EHS, you are asked to use your mind, body, heart, and soul by engaging each of the Four Pillars to the extent that feels right for you. The challenge is to find the right balance between boundless inspiration, ample opportunity, and (alas!) the limitations of time.

Science Teacher and Department Chair

Gloria Ni

My teachers and counselors have not only helped me immensely in my academics and extracurriculars but have also mentored me through various experiences and guided me when considering plans for my future. I’m extremely grateful for the community I’ve had these past four years at EHS.

Class of 2021

Davis Barringer

The environment at EHS creates go-getters. If you want to try an activity or start a club, the school provides support. I’ve especially enjoyed my history classes with Mr. Lerch, Mr. Lauer, and Mr. Schwarz.

Class of 2022 & Formula Four Racer