Taking full advantage of all the nation's capital offers the academically curious, Episcopal students explore the city through four concentration areas, learning from and collaborating with experts in trailblazing, history-making organizations.
Attending boarding school is a transformative experience rooted in self-discovery. On Episcopal's 130-acre residential campus, students and faculty live in a setting that promotes the camaraderie of common experience and lifelong friendships.
Whether in the classroom, on the fields, at seated lunch, or in the audience, Episcopal faculty are there; they are present and available. They are masters of their subjects, enthusiastic supporters, advisors, and mentors. More than 8 in 10 teachers live on campus, either on dorm or in faculty housing.
Thirteen student athletes from the Maroon Track & Field team qualified for the prestigious 85th running of the Eastern States Championships at the New Balance Track & Field Center, Armory Track in New York City. After a grueling State Championships on Saturday, those who qualified traveled to New York City to compete against some of the best competition on the East Coast.
Art Pod, a new student club, has unveiled “Superheroes in Our World,” its second digital collection of theme-based art. The series of sketches and illustrations depict ordinary people seeking justice or caring for others in a notable way.
Led by six seniors who have climbed together throughout their Episcopal years, the girls’ climbing team captured the Washington Area Interscholastic Climbing League (WAICL) championship, winning the team’s first-ever title in a tension-filled season-ending meet.
Maroon wrestlers turned in their finest state-championship performance since 2015, placing ninth out of 29 teams at the VISAA tournament this weekend in Richmond. William Smith ’19 took first in the 195-pound class, claiming Episcopal’s first state championship since 2011.
Nine more members of the EHS Class of 2019 announced their intentions to continue their athletic careers in college, bringing the total for the year thus far to 17, with more expected later this spring.