Read the full magazine online or click the headings below for individual articles. NEW SCHEDULE GIVES RISE TO FLEXPERIENCES
Faculty leverage the resources of Washington, D.C., and the new flex block schedule to create real-world learning opportunities outside the classroom. Pictured: the Digital Graphics class visits ARTECHOUSE for an immersion of art, science, and technologyTHIRTY YEARS OF COEDUCATION
48 girls made history at Episcopal in the fall of 1991 as the School became coed. Thirty years later, the First 48 looks back on the past — and how it impacted their futures.LEADING THE WAY
This year’s student leaders had a big job on their hands: shepherding the underclassmen into life at Episcopal after a year and a half of virtual and hybrid learning. This fall, they got started by bringing back old traditions while also starting some new ones.A LOOK BACK AT THE CLASS OF 2021
Last year’s seniors had to get creative during distance learning. Some started side hustles to stay busy and make the most of their free time. The result? New skills, new followers, and new passions.FROM THE ARCHIVES
In 1912, Archibald Robinson Hoxton Sr. embarked on the School’s first campaign, traveling from New York City to Charleston, S.C., to solicit $30,000 in funds to improve the School. Since then, generous donations have made all the difference.“BE A MAN”
For the Spirit Weekend issue of The Chronicle, Van Fraser ’22 wrote about what it means to “be a man” — and how head football coach Kadeem Rodgers changed the game for Fraser and his teammates.