Students will gain many skills as they work their way through the computer science course of study and will be well prepared as they begin college life.
Episcopal students are excited and intrigued by the world around them. As students read, they think, and they learn to express those thoughts engagingly and persuasively in written and oral communication.
At Episcopal we believe that the arts play an important role in development. We offer a comprehensive program that gives each student the opportunity discover their unique style and voice.
While textbooks provide the structure and foundational information for courses, the History Department believes strongly that students best engage material through the reading and analysis of primary documents.
The Mathematics Department has taken great care to design a curriculum to meet the needs of all Episcopal students, with keen attention paid to students’ differing mathematical backgrounds, developmental levels, and conceptual abilities.
At the Episcopal School of Jacksonville, we have a keen appreciation for the direct correlation between the physical well-being of a student and their performance in the classroom.
We understand that outstanding science education extends beyond classroom walls. Science students travel on field trips to the Jacksonville Zoo, Little Talbot Island, Sea World in Orlando, and research facilities at universities such as Georgia Tech and MIT.
The Theology Department desires to orient our students to the deepest and best of the Christian intellectual tradition and to help them understand how that tradition engages a pluralistic world.
Episcopal believes that the study of a world language is integral to a student’s development in a growing global community.