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Student Activities

Each year, Episcopal has a robust offering of student-driven, student-centered, and student-led clubs, honor societies, and organizations. These groups afford students opportunities to explore interests and areas beyond the classroom. Typically, there are over 40 clubs that cover a large range of concentrations including leadership development, service, food, sports, and many others!

Each club, honor society, and organization has a student representative and faculty sponsor who lead these groups throughout the school year to achieve the goals of exposing students to new interests and experiences, collaborate with students with similar interests, and gain experience leading their peers.

Through clubs, honor societies, organizations, and events, EHS offers students opportunities to nurture their interests through inclusive and diverse experiences.

Knight Voices

Mattie P.

Being a student council officer at EHS means creating community, school spirit, and camaraderie through service. It means being a leader that inspires others to become leaders themselves.

Student Body Secretary (Class of 2023)

Chandler H.

I have learned that it is ok to reach and push myself to be greater. In Student Council I want to try an elevate my school and my community, and the only way that I can do that is by working as hard as possible for everyone around me.

Student Body President (Class of 2023)

Mary Martha R.

The impact of [being in] a club on me has been new friends, new opportunities, ways to expand my comfort zone and to do things with a centralized focus on what I’m excited about.

Class President (Class of 2025)

Hashim S.

Being involved in a club as allowed me to make friends easily and broaden my friend groups to a level I didn’t think would happen. It also widened my perspective of how many different hobbies one can have, and it also widened my hobby list.

Class Vice President (Class of 2025)