News

08.04.16
It's Back to School Time!

It’s back to school time! Parents be sure to visit the Parents page to review information about this year's uniform guidelines and lunch programs....

08.01.16
August 2016 Newsletter

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07.21.16
Stretch Program Takes Fifth Graders on New Paths

EPISCOPAL DAY SCHOOL TAKES UNIQUE APPROACH Rebecca Ross Fifth grade. For those navigating the often rocky terrain of adolescence, it’s a landmark year. Neither here, nor there, but somewhere in between. Teachers at a downtown Pensacola school are helping to guide the way — in a new way. Episcopal Day School has been in the business of molding young minds for many years. It can trace its roots back to 1856, as an educational ministry of Old Christ Church. It has been operating as an independent parish school, pre-school though eighth grade, since 1952. But even the deepest roots can...

05.02.16
May 2016 Newsletter

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03.03.16
Save the Date for Episcopal Day School's 6th Annual "Grill On the Hill - Go Pig or Go Home" BBQ Competition Benefit on Saturday, April 16

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02.29.16
Episcopal Day School Student Brennan Dampier Named Florida National Geographic State Bee Semifinalist by National Geographic Society

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02.08.16
Episcopal Day School Celebrates Acceleration of Planned Innovation Lab Nonie and the Kugelman Foundation

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02.01.16
February 2016 Newsletter

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02.01.16
Growing Forward Together

We eagerly anticipate our time to move FORWARD TOGETHER in the 2016-2017 school year. We invite you to learn more about the advancement of our strategic plan and the school's finances and operations by clicking on the publication below. This report is the first of a series that Episcopal Day School will issue about the school's strategic priorities in support of our educational mission. If you have questions, please contact Charlotte Brown at cbrown@edscc.org. Click here to view our February 2016 newsletter....

01.14.16
EDS Host Community STEaM Event for Families January 23

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01.06.16
Let There Be Peace On Earth

This title reflects the words to one of my favorite songs, which we often sing in weekly chapel services. Learning to promote peace is an important tool we provide our students, and is a primary theme for our newly designed fifth grade program.  As we usher fifth graders into the realm of middle school, our tailored curriculum seeks to be a first  encounter to both the harmonious and divisive themes in history and our modern world that call for us to realize the importance of respecting one another.   The Agents of Peace program integrates academic studies and addresses themes...

12.17.15
Creativity and Innovation Accelerated at Episcopal Day School, Thanks to $25,000 Kugelman Foundation Grant

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