About
Episcopal Education

The Episcopal Church, previously the Church of England, was founded after the Revolutionary War. It is still a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion which has a rich heritage in religious tradition and academic excellence. Together they affirm the value of a spiritual dimension of learning, integrating faith and reason. Episcopal Schools combine rigorous and free intellectual inquiry with an unapologetic proclamation of faith in a loving God.

The Episcopal tradition has long valued the free exercise of God’s gift of reason and has demonstrated those values in some of the finest preschool, elementary school and secondary schools worldwide. In the United States, Episcopal school student populations average about one-third Episcopalians. The remaining two-thirds are highly diverse including members of other Christian denominations and other faith traditions. Our values include:

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