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  • Social studies teacher Peter Goodnow presented the first Lyceum of the year in the Seidule History Center on November 4, two days before the midterm elections.

    Lyceum Event Examines the Midterms

    Longtime history teacher and former CIA analyst Peter Goodnow presented a fascinating look into the 2018 midterm elections for Episcopal’s first Lyceum event of the school year, held in the Seidule History Center on the evening of November 4.
     
  • Mr. Bastos' and Dr. Krivacek's Advanced Environmental Science crew

    Expedition Experience: Fox Island on the Chesapeake Bay

    The Advanced Environmental Science class headed to Maryland for a 24-hour learning experience.
  • "Bubba Girl" Earns Most VTA Honors

    EHS troupe earns seven overall awards, and an additional three honors for individual performances, at VTA competition.
  • By holding up an enabled mobile device to the Painting 1 students' projects in color mixing, the masterwork inspiration behind the pixels is revealed!

    Masterworks "Revealed"

    Frank Phillips’ Painting 1 class jumped into a project of color mixing and pixelation this fall. Their creations are now on display in the Ainslie Arts Center main hallway… but there’s a high-tech twist to what might initially be a low-tech assignment!
  • Eleven seniors and two juniors join faculty for an overnight spiritual retreat in the mountains.

    Students Retreat to Nurture Their Spiritual Lives

    On the afternoon of Saturday, October 6, following a festive Friday Night Lights and a busy morning of SAT test taking, 13 students and three adults carved out time to focus on their spiritual lives.
  • Professor, researcher, and author Dr. Debby Herbenek spent two days at Episcopal speaking to small student groups, the faculty, and the entire student body about issues and research around young adults and intimacy.

    "Nothing Good Gets Away"

    Nearly a third of young people worry that admitting they want to be in an exclusive relationship with someone makes them look clingy or needy, according to recent research on sex and relationships run through the Kinsey Institute.
  • Dr. Erica Dunbar, author and distinguished professor at Rutgers University, spoke to juniors about their summer reading book,

    "Never Caught" Author Speaks to Juniors

    Acclaimed author and professor Dr. Erica Dunbar spent a day at Episcopal speaking and discussing her book with teachers and students in the junior class.
  • Jack Kelly '19 was one of many seniors who helped new students move into dorms on September 3.

    Episcopal Community Begins 2018-19 School Year

    The summer drew to an intermittent close as students staggered their arrival on campus, starting with the varsity football team on Saturday, August 18.
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