Known as Episcopal's original gymnasium, the Alumni Gym was once used as Episcopal's chapel and the cafeteria. Today, the Alumni Gymnasium holds multiple classrooms, several offices, a publishing room and two locker rooms. The Middle School volleyball and basketball teams primarily use this facility for practices and games. Additionally, the junior varsity and varsity wrestling teams host wrestling meets here.
Cerveny Weight Room
The weight room is named for the Rt. Rev. Frank S. Cerveny, sixth bishop of the Diocese of Florida and former Dean of St. John's Cathedral and Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the School. As the weight room serves as the heart of the athletic department, the Rt. Rev. Cerveny served as the heart of Episcopal diocese. He was also an Episcopal parent. The room is named to honor all his contributions to Episcopal over his lifetime.
Dan R. Langford Track
Episcopal hosts local meets on its 400-meter long Langford Track, which has been refinished with a high-quality rubberized surface. With six lanes encircling Pajcic-Hunt Field, this campus feature offers runners a track that rivals many small college facilities.
Elizabeth and William Walton Boathouse
Set on the scenic waterfront Knight Property, Episcopal's Walton Boathouse gives direct river access to the rowing teams. The ample bays are capable of holding the rowers' many shells and the building is complete with erg machines, work-out facilities, meeting and locker rooms and a lounge overlooking the water. Dedicated January 10, 2004, the Walton Boathouse has become an important fixture for the rowing teams, which have brought home many awards since its construction. The boathouse is located on Episcopal's Knight Property.
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Eunice and George Semmes Athletic Center
Built in 1987, The Semmes Athletic Center features three full-sized basketball courts, the Cerveny Weight Room, a separate training room, the varsity men and women's locker rooms and several offices for Episcopal's coaches, faculty and staff. The facility is home to the physical education classes, junior varsity and varsity basketball teams and the Middle School, junior varsity and varsity volleyball teams. The Semmes Athletic Center seats approximately 800 fans and is used for pep-rallys, athletic award programs, all school assemblies, practices and conference contests, as well as summer camp activities.
J. T. McCormick Sports Complex
McCormick Sports Complex includes Pajcic-Hunt Field, a FieldTurf playing field where football, soccer and lacrosse play, as well as Langford Track. Boasting full-service concessions, restroom facilities, a press box, picnic area and full stands to seat approximately 2,500 fans, McCormick Sports Complex is a perfect place for families to enjoy a high-energy game! Read more about FieldTurf.
Marchman Softball Field
Home to the softball team, Marchman Field is edged by the St. John's River and is considered to be one of Episcopal's most beautiful campus features.
Pajcic-Hunt Field hosts more than 140 competitions each year and features FieldTurf, the industry leader of artificial turf. FieldTurf, known for its peak performance, athlete safety and longevity, allows Pajcic-Hunt Field to be used year-round with minimal upkeep requirements. The Field, installed during the summer of 2015, was dedicated on October 23, 2015 and named for the late Gary Pajcic, a longtime school champion, and longtime Episcopal coach Charles Hunt. Click here to read more about Gary Pajcic and Charles Hunt.
Ray Knight Field
The Ray Knight Field is home to the Middle School, junior varsity and varsity baseball teams for practices and games. Episcopal frequently allows traveling college teams to use this field for practices when needed. Furnished with ample seating and full-concessions, the Ray Knight Field is the perfect facility for an Episcopal baseball game.
Semmes Aquatic Center
Designed as a replica of the water polo pool used in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, the Semmes Aquatic Center is one of Episcopal's premier athletic facilities. As one of only two 50-meter high school pools in Northeast Florida, the Semmes Aquatic Center is the only one that has met the minimum depth requirement to permit starting blocks to be used for races. The 10 lanes are kept warm in the colder months with solar covers.
Located at the entrance of Episcopal's Munnerlyn campus are six tennis courts, a practice wall and a half-court that serve as home to the girls and boys junior varsity and varsity tennis teams.
The River Field
The River Field includes two practice fields which are frequently used by the football, soccer and lacrosse teams. The fields overlook the St. Johns River.