Religion classes provide an intellectually challenging study of Scripture, theology, philosophy, history, world religions and ethics. Students learn the historical and theological foundations of the Christian faith. We strive to provide students with the tools necessary to articulate their own theological and ethical views for current and future application. We prepare students for college, and for a significant life thereafter in support of the EHS mission.
Interim Religion Dpt. Chair - Dan Binder
(713) 512-3414, firstname.lastname@example.org
Length of Study
Health and Phys. Ed.
Episcopal High School uses the semester grading system, whereby each student receives a grade at nine weeks and another at eighteen weeks, the end of the semester. For yearlong courses, the end-of-the-year grade, a reflection of the two semesters, is the only grade recorded on the transcript. Effort grades of S (Satisfactory) or U (Unsatisfactory) will be given for each nine-week grading period.