Episcopal gets high marks – let’s keep it that way!
97 percent of alumni and 92 percent of parents of alumni rated the value received for the investment made to attend EHS as "high" or "good." In order to preserve the value of an Episcopal diploma and maintain the level of excellence it is known for, the School needs continued financial support from the greater EHS community.
Your gift cultivates our future leaders.
With learning opportunities abound thanks to the support of alumni, parents, and friends each year, our students will go on to make a profound difference in countless disciplines within their local communities and around the globe. Read more
about Episcopal Alumni making a difference.
A little goes a long way.
When you make a gift to Episcopal, you join thousands of others who support the Roll Call each year. All of those gifts — most under $100 — add up in a big way. So even if you can part with only a few dollars, you can still do your part for a better Episcopal. Also, corporations and foundations look at Roll Call participation when awarding grants. If those closest to the school don’t support it, why should they?
Tuition doesn’t cover the full cost.
Boarding school is expensive but no one pays the full cost. To deliver the academic and student life boarding experience at Episcopal, it costs $86,225 per student per year. Tuition in 2021-22 costs $64,900, only 65 percent of the total bill. The Roll Call helps to fill the gap by providing 10 percent of the operating budget and nearly $10,893 per student.
Honor a teacher, advisor, parent, coach, or friend.
Relationships built at Episcopal are life-changing. There is no better way to thank your mentor for his or her support than by ensuring a student today has the guidance and leadership that you had.