The Episcopal Campus Store is located in the Buck Center on the Munnerlyn Campus. The store offers textbooks, iPad ordering, spirit wear for children, students and adults, some uniform items and school supplies.
Episcopal has multiple computer labs available to students and faculty. Students use the computer labs for classes, on their own time for research and school projects. Faculty and staff can use the computer labs for professional development and training. Episcopal recently added an additional computer lab within the Bryan library, ensuring plenty of computer availability for the campus community.
David W. Foerster Building
Named for one of the founding members of the School, David W. "Dink" Foerster, this building is one of the School's original structures and houses classrooms.
Called the "G" building for "General studies," this building was one of the first on Episcopal's campus. Today the building continues to house classrooms, and is mostly used for humanities studies.
Jacob F. Bryan III Library
The Jacob F. Bryan III Library opened in the fall of the 1991-1992 school year. The building includes state of the art media centers and computer labs, a professional library, and spaces for students to study and collaborate on assignments. Professional staff provide students with support for research projects and other assistance.
Lucius A. Buck Student Center
Opened in 1970, the Buck Student Center originally provided meeting space for chapel services and other school events. Today the Buck houses the dining facilities and Campus Store, and provides meeting space for student activities as well as special events such as the Senior Athletic Banquet in the spring.
Nancy B. and Robert R. Parks Hall and Lastinger Hall
Episcopal completed the first phase of its campus master plan expansion project with the dedication ceremonies for the School’s two newest academic buildings, Parks and Lastinger Halls, on January 6, 2011.
Named for one of the school’s founders, the late Reverend Robert Parks, and longtime Episcopal supporters, the Delores and Allen Lastinger family, the two new buildings encompass nearly 13,000 square feet of classroom space separated by an 8,000-square-foot courtyard. Each building houses 12, 900-square-foot classrooms, with the most updated technology available. The spaces encourage increased collaboration between students, interdisciplinary studies and allow today's student to learn in a facility that fosters academic creativity.
The buildings incorporate columns and Jeffersonian arches, outdoor hallways and second story open decks with views of the St Johns River and downtown Jacksonville.
World Languages Building
The World Languages (WL) building holds classroom space for Episcopal's languages classrooms. Episcopal offers Latin, French, Spanish and Chinese.