Episcopal Welcomes Petros Kyprianou as Director of Sports Performance

Episcopal welcomes Petros Kyprianou as the school’s Director of Sports Performance. Kyprianou comes to Episcopal following a decorated career as the Head Track & Field Coach at the University of Georgia. Most recently, Kypiranou served as a decathlon and heptathlon coach for several Olympic athletes at the Tokyo Olympics. As a member of the Episcopal…

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Volleyball Starts Seasons with Wins

Coming off three straight wins in Georgia over the weekend, the volleyball team sits at 7-2 on the season and is ranked number four in The Florida Times-Union power poll and the News4Jax Super Six. They currently have wins over Bolles, Nease, Christ’s Church Academy, Savannah Country Day, and Calvary Day School to name a…

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A Day in the Life of an Algebra Student: Using Concrete Examples for Algebraic Concepts

You’ve probably never thought much about how toothpaste relates to math, but Mrs. Elizabeth Williamson’s algebra classes have. Elizabeth works with students to provide concrete examples of algebraic concepts in everyday life, ensuring that the lessons Middle School math students take away from math class go beyond quantitative problem solving. For example, recently Algebra I…

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Coaching, Sports Classes Teach Practical Career Skills

There are many opportunities for personal growth in academic classes students can take to fulfill their PE requirement. Theory in Practice and Coaching is a semester long class offered to Upper School students that puts sports into a practical perspective. Students in this class, taught by Tracy Jester, Dean, learn to take inventory of equipment…

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Boys Golf Remains Undefeated

The boys’ golf team has started this season on a roll, winning the first three matches of the year by a combined 60 strokes. Already with wins over Nease and Fletcher, yesterday they hosted Bolles at Marsh Landing Country Club and came away with a 145 to 155 victory! Leading the way with medalist honors…

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Four Reasons Why a Private High School May Be Right for Your Child

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Private schools offer any number of specialized services to a wide variety of students from all walks of life. Some schools specialize in academics, others in the arts or sports, but they all share qualities that you won’t typically find in public schools. Here are four important reasons that may start you on a search…

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Episcopal Welcomes Two New Members to the Board of Trustees

Two new members of the Board of Trustees begin their terms this year. Jeffrey Rosen is a principal at Chance Partners LLC, based in Jacksonville. He has more than 25 years of real estate investment experience. He is a past board member of Jacksonville Country Day School. Mr. Rosen received his degree from The Wharton School…

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Boys Golf Wins Season Opener

Boys Golf had a great showing at its first match, defeating Nease High School 292 to 316 in an 18 hole match at The Lagoon Course at the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club. Leading the way with co-medalist honors was Henry Robards ’24 (72) and Aubrey Fellows ’27 (72). Cam Goldknopf ’24 and Connor Hess…

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2021-2022 Honor and Discipline Installation

Episcopal’s Honor and Discipline Councils were installed today for the 2021 – 2022 school year. Students included the following: 12th Grade Isabella Bryan – DC President Mary Tiller – DC Vice President Antonio Hicks – DC Sgt at Arms Taye Revels – DC Secretary Julia Polster – HC President Andrew Velarde – HC Sgt at…

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First School Year Chapel and Third Grade Bible Presentations

The Beaches Campus community celebrated the first Chapel of the 2021-2022 school year this morning at St. Paul’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church. The Rev. Teresa Seagle, Dean of Spiritual Life and Service, led Chapel and shared a reading from the Book of First Timothy. Her homily challenged students to prepare their hearts for the start of…

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