Afternoon Spirit Treats
Serve snow cones and various treats to students on Wednesdays after school.
The Altar Guild is called upon to help with several Chapel events throughout the year.
Support the Arts Pillar by helping with gallery openings and all performing arts productions, providing dinner and lunch during rehearsals and Hexagon yearbook deadlines, helping with fundraisers, organizing concession sales during performances, and caring for choir robes and costumes.
Each year, Episcopal High School hosts an annual Gala Auction with one simple goal: to raise necessary revenue for the School's operating budget. The EHS Gala Auction has an impressive number of parent volunteers who dedicate their time to the School through activities such as procuring Auction items or working in the Auction Office. At the first Auction Kick-Off meeting, you will learn about the planning of the Gala and meet the Auction Committee Chairs. You do not have to be an Auction volunteer to attend the luncheon meetings—all EHS parents are welcome! For more information about the Auction, click here.
The Care Committee
This committee provides support and care for the EHS community when needed.
Christmas Decor and Grounds
Opportunities arise throughout the year to help spruce up the landscape with color, especially at Christmastime when the EHS campus reflects the spirit of the season.
Luncheons and Special Events
Plan and host three events during the school year. This is a fun way to meet other parents!
Faculty and Staff Appreciation
Members make holiday treat bags and help organize an end-of-the-year catered lunch.
The HANDS Committee (Handling Anything Needed During School) meets on Tuesday mornings to assist with various mailings during the school year, such as Annual Giving and Grandparents Day.
Hospitality and Cookies
Bake cookies for special events during the school year, or help with serving and set-up.
Moms in Prayer
Moms in Prayer gather in Anderson Hall on Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. The group prays for the community, students, and school events. They also pray specifically for each Board, staff, and faculty member over the course of the semester.
Race for the Cure
EHS organizes one of the biggest and best fundraising teams each year for Race for the Cure. Volunteers are needed to help distribute t-shirts.
Students of Service
Parent volunteers are often needed to chaperone, supervise, and assist with SOS projects. For more information on current service opportunities, click here