In practice, the principles and ideals of Episcopal identity are expressed through:
- School Worship that is creative, inclusive, draws fully upon the liturgical resources of The Episcopal Church, and is a regular part of school life for all faculty and students.
- Community Life, in which reflection, prayer, and matters of the spirit are honored and cultivated and the physical, mental, and emotional health of all are supported and nurtured.
- Religious Formation and Study that is meaningful, academically substantive, and age-appropriate; and in teaching the Christian tradition, fosters dialogue with other faith traditions.
- Social Justice, which is the integration of the ideals and concepts of equity, justice, and a just society throughout the life of the school; the embracing and honoring of diversity; and the inclusion of community service and service-learning as an integral part of the life of the school.
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News from Our Schools
Students and faculty from both creative sciences and costume design are teaming up – remotely – to make 3D printed visors, laser-cut face shields, and […] Learn more »
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ESD’s Team OneLove, a group of Upper School students dedicated to raising awareness about domestic violence, hosted a “Yards for Yeardley” Walk to End Relationship […] Learn more »
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Fifth grade students at All Saints’ Episcopal School recently donned their math goggles and engaged in a biographical exploration of famous mathematicians. The goal of […] Learn more »
Students in the Women’s History elective at St. Paul’s School for Girls (SPSG) partnered with the Development Office to create a Living History Exhibit on […] Learn more »