Upon their return to campus, many seniors have shared how their outreach experience has allowed them to feel gratitude and compassion and has sparked a desire to pursue service independently.
You have a place in this world. Only God knows what that is for each of us. To find it, we seek God, individually and in community. Every day at EHS, our whole community gathers for Daily Chapel to pause, reflect, pray, seek God, and be strengthened. We contemplate what it means for each of us to lead meaningful lives. Then we take that inspiration forward into all that we do, letting it guide our actions, impact the way we see the world and treat each other, and show us how to live humbly as we love and serve our neighbor.
Our faith stands out in all that we do at EHS. Where will your WHERE WILL YOUR FAITH LEAD YOU?
Worship, Study, and service-the foundations of spiritual formation. We practice all three every day. Explore the variety of our chapel program.
The four-year curriculum takes students through an intellectually challenging study of the Old and New Testaments, World Religions, the History of Western Culture and Belief, and Ethics. Learn more about our religious studies.
Service & Outreach
Community service puts faith into action, and it’s a significant part of who we are at Episcopal High School. Discover how we give of ourselves.
A wide array of qualified professionals are available to talk about any issue: teachers, coaches, advisors, chaplains, counselors, and deans. Read about the breadth of help available.
On the morning of Sunday, December 3, a group of faculty and students visited several sacred spaces in the Montrose neighborhood, with the goal of examining the relationship between art, architecture, and faith.
The Service Achievement Program is a year-long concentration within Students of Service, designed to allow particularly interested students to take a deeper dive into service.
In celebration of Black History Month, D.I.A. members addressed the EHS community in Chapel and shared unique insights.
Canterbury Circle has helped me to further strengthen my connection with God. In our Thursday morning meetings, we dive deep into the underlying meanings of various Biblical stories and discuss God's presence within our daily lives.
Class of 2023
To me, the Choices program has been an outlet and something that has been there for me when I felt I needed it the most. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve realized the importance of mental health and all the things I can do to help myself and others around me who struggle with mental health. Having Choices at EHS is a symbol for healing and safe haven for students and is meant to be a resource students feel comfortable using.
Class of 2023
The aspect of going to Daily Chapel can genuinely turn around a seemingly bad day around just by being enriched in the culture and loving environment the church provides. Chapel just always seems to lift my spirt a little higher and make all of us smile a little brighter. You could almost just say Daily Chapel has become the cup of coffee I need in the morning!
Class of 2025