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Episcopal’s St. Mark’s Campus exceeded their Annual Giving goal for the 2019 – 2020 school year, raising $188,600 in unrestricted gifts. Thank you to the parents, alumni, grandparents, faculty, staff, and friends for the generous demonstration of philanthropy and continued support. These donations helped to enhance the resources and programs that are essential to our…

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A Vision for Art, presented by Joan and Preston Haskell August 29 – September 2, 2020, and held on the St. Mark’s Campus, is a unique group art exhibition where over 30 established and emerging artists from the greater Jacksonville community and beyond showcase their artwork for art patrons to purchase. During this five day…

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Episcopal received more than $838,000 in unrestricted support this year for The Episcopal Fund. Parent participation ended at 98%, placing Episcopal among a handful of schools in the national with such high parent support. Episcopal sends a sincere thank you to each of our 1,404 donors who helped make this possible, as well as our volunteer leadership…

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Current ESJ students and Beaches Campus alumni assisted with Summer Programs at the Beaches Campus this summer. “We are grateful for the help of our alumni counselors from ESJ who served throughout our camp weeks to help students engage in fun activities at the Beaches Campus,” said Dallas Skornia, summer programs director. Their responsibilities included…

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The Knight Sports Campus now offers a Lacrosse Box facility for the Eagles, helping student-athletes in our boys and girls lacrosse programs to build their skills. The confined playing area forces quicker decision making, confidence under pressure and sharper stick skills. Missed passes and shots result in a rebound, so there is no stoppage in…

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Lara Duguid, Munnerlyn Campus history instructor, has read AP European History exams in Kansas City for nine years. This year, her 10th, was completed at home. Lara serves as a table leader, so she worked on the pre-reading for a week, reading as many essays as possible to find training essays for the readers. During the week of…

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Bruce Jackson ’21 earned his Eagle Scout rank after recently completing his Eagle Scout project at Angels for Allison. Bruce has been a Boy Scout with Troop 2 since he was 11 years old. His project was to landscape and build picnic tables for Angels for Allison. Bruce, helped by his brother Brian ’23 (also a Boy Scout),…

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By Jefferson Brant, Episcopal History Department Instructor In its most direct sense, “Juneteenth” acknowledges the events of June 19, 1865, when in the midst of the closing days of the Civil War, Major General Gordon Granger and federal troops arrived to take control of Galveston, Texas, and announced news of the Emancipation Proclamation to the…

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The first phase of a new Episcopal Artists’ Row will open this fall, thanks to a gift from Tony and Ginger Kurlas and their three daughters. Becca Hoadley’s “Draw, Paint, Print” classes will move to the newly christened Kurlas House, and Mark Zimmerman’s “Photography” classes will move next door.  Michelle Krueger’s classes will follow next…

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