Loyal and Connected

When it comes to loyalty and love for what an alma mater means to its alumni, few schools are as blessed as Episcopal. Our alumni body — over 4,000 strong — are active, envolved, engaged, and connected. They remain in one another's lives, and they return to The Holy Hill for big events including Reunion Weekend and Spirit Weekend.

Below you will find information on how to get more involved, recent EHS Alumni Magazines, and recent alumni featured in "After Episcopal."

Finally, you can meet the Advancement Staff dedicated to making the lifelong connection to your alma mater and fellow alumni everything you hope and expect.
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Upcoming Alumni Events

"After Episcopal" Features

List of 4 news stories.

  • Harvey Moseley ’69

    How to Reach for the Stars

    Astrophysicist Harvey Moseley ’69 on the values that have shaped his life and career.
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  • ESPN director Aladdin Freeman ’94 manages dozens of cameras at nearly 40 boxing events a year plus college football games and some of the major events in professional tennis.

    Must See TV

    His parents thought television would stifle his creativity. Now, Aladdin Freeman ’94 is directing live ESPN coverage for audiences around the world.
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  • Coutney Banghart’s basketball coaching career, which began at EHS in 2000, has now taken her to perennial women’s college power UNC.

    She’s Got Game

    Former EHS teacher and coach Courtney Banghart takes over the powerhouse UNC women’s basketball program.
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  • Dr. Barry Inabnet (left) in Kenya with U.S. missionary surgeons (from left) Dr. Jerome Taylor and Dr. Rohan Joseph. Inabnet and fellow PAACS surgeons worked at Tenwek Hospital, one of Africa’s largest mission hospitals.

    The Power of Prayer

    On a medical mission trip to Kenya, Dr. Barry Inabnet ’83 saw how faith can influence a field where science and reason typically rule.
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Our Team Mission

The EHS Advancement Office fosters relationships with and among individuals and organizations whose engagement, school pride, and financial support fuel the efforts and achievements of students, faculty, and staff in pursuit of Episcopal High School’s mission and strategic priorities.

Meet the Advancement Team

List of 16 members.

EHS Communications

List of 4 members.