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Welcome to the Episcopal Alumni Web page! The day you graduated, you immediately became EHS alumni, and that status automatically made you members of our Alumni Association. The special relationships you forged with particular teachers, staff members, current students, and fellow alumni promise to last a lifetime. Because you—our alumni— are in a unique position to support, develop, and sustain the School’s mission, we encourage you to remain actively involved in the EHS community—or to become so at whatever time in your life seems exactly right to you.


Balancing crucial studies with creative exploration, EHS challenged us to broaden our minds without boundary. We all graduated as well-rounded individuals, and the school's effectiveness in this has really defined what I value in education. 
Ben Clemenceau ’07
Rice MBA Candidate – Class of 2021
“I was fortunate to have a number of teachers and other staff who invested in me and my future.  EHS teachers were able to nurture my strengths and also build those areas of development.  I am grateful for those who pushed me and equipped me with the tools to be successful after graduating from EHS.” 
Ramsi Bethany Taylor ’98
PharmD, Clinical Pharmacist II, Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center
The core of the mission is this: EHS is a place where students discover and develop their individual talents through the Four Pillars –preparing for meaningful lives in service to others. To me, it’s even more than that. It’s my story. EHS is a place where I learned that my teenage awkward and angsty self, who was trying to be so cool, had significance and that I could add meaning to the lives of others by offering up what I can of myself. It’s that meaning that helped me recognize my passion to teach.
Hilary Brooks Houle '92
Episcopal High School English Teacher 
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Questions? Contact us:

Ashley Long
Director of Alumni Affairs

Chief Achilefu '03
Advancement Coordinator