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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.
At 8:29 a.m. EDT on August 14, 2021, a magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck Petit-Trou-de-Nippes on Haiti’s southern peninsula, about 90 miles west of Port-au-Prince. Here’s how to help.
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
Imago Dei exclusively serves students grades 5-8 from under-resourced families, closing educational gaps so they can achieve their full potential in high school and beyond. Year after year, with the…
It is an exciting time at Anna Julia Cooper School—a time of growth as we reach our two-year expansion goal of adding Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades. In just a few short weeks we will…
St. Elizabeth’s School has been serving Denver for 15 years as an intentionally inclusive school with a dedication to equity, belonging, and educational opportunity for all students. Our community…
Here at Epiphany, we believe that every child is sacred, and our mission is to “never give up on a child.” All our students are from families living below the poverty line, and many have been…
No one will deny that the 2020/2021 school year was difficult and scary. As a school that serves young children, ages 18 months to five years old, we do not get the benefits of a vaccine safety net…
Fully half of the alumni of Imago Dei Middle School in Tucson, Arizona, have the opportunity to attend a private high school after graduation, and since the school exclusively serves children from…
Grace Montessori School is proud to report that during the 2021-2022 academic year, we awarded over $135,000 in financial support to aid more than 29 families. These funds were made available by NAES…
“Even though I want myself to be successful, I like my friends to be successful too so that it’s fair for everyone,” Braden says. “I don’t want anybody to have a bad time.” Braden, a…
Holy Nativity Episcopal school is located in Panama City, FL. In October of 2018, our area endured Category 5 Hurricane Michael. Our community, including our school building, was devastated. We…