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Two new NAES publications are now available for sale in the NAES store. “About Episcopal Schools” is a perfect resource for your admissions office to help explain Episcopal identity.
As Dan Heischman retires after 15 years as Executive Director, NAES thanks him for his dedicated service.
Today the Supreme Court released its decision in the case of Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Here is the Presiding Bishop’s statement.
NAES is pleased to announce that Farrah Stephenson will be joining the NAES staff as Member Services & Events Coordinator, beginning February 16, 2022.
Monica brings a wealth of experience leading schools, and her depth of knowledge will be of tremendous benefit to all Episcopal schools.
In acknowledgment of our retiring Executive Director’s incredible service to Episcopal schools, the Endowment Fund will be renamed in his honor.
NAES is pleased to announce that presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jon Meacham will deliver a keynote address at Biennial Conference 2022 in San Antonio.
Heather Zrubek will be leaving NAES to take a new position in Dallas, TX. Please join us in congratulating her on this new opportunity as we wish her a fond farewell.
This official statement from NAES was affirmed and endorsed by the NAES Governing Board on September 16, 2021.
The Commons: Our Blog
Timely, sometimes tough, questions and insights from NAES and Episcopal school leaders on leadership, governance, Episcopal identity, community life, and other issues.
A regular, Monday-morning email message from the Rev. Daniel R. Heischman, our executive director, to NAES member heads, rectors, and chaplains.
Stories from Our Schools
Chatham Hall has been honored by the United States Hunter Jumper Association (USHJA) as a Recognized Riding Academy. According to the association, the USHJA Recognized Riding Academy Program…
Left to Right: Sarah Wood, Trinity School; Gina Gore, Cathedral School; Bill Gordh, The Episcopal School; Arden Strasser, St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s; Rodney Rice, Trinity School; Alison Turner,…
Austin, TX —“Let the sunshine in” was the literal and metaphorical message as the St. Stephen’s Episcopal School community gathered on December 2, 2022, in front of Becker Library to…
As a part of Episcopal identity, St. Stephen’s (Coconut Grove, FL) offers our families the opportunity to help us learn about their culture and traditions throughout the school year. Recently…
Sealab was born from the idea of inspiring students to be problem solvers to local sustainability challenges. Back in 2019, the greater Fort Lauderdale business community was waking up to the effects…
Chatham Hall has announced Boundless Potential, a record-breaking $35 million campaign designed to bring myriad benefits to the school community including renovated faculty housing and community…
Excitement was palpable in the hours before Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) legend Lisa Leslie arrived on Chatham Hall’s campus on Oct. 18. Students lingered at the entrance,…
The TuTu Turtles, Chatham Hall’s robotics team, will compete for the first time ever in the FIRST® Robotics Competition (FRC) in the 2023 season. They will now be known as Team 9003. Known as the…
The Helping Hands initiative at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Day School promotes our mission to inspire our students to lead by example and be forces for good. Recently, students gathered…