Each spring Episcopal inducts a new group of students into the ESJ chapter of the Cum Laude Society.  The Cum Laude Society recognizes academic achievement for the purpose of promoting excellence (Areté), justice (Diké) and honor (Timé). This year’s induction ceremony, held Monday, April 12, was open to immediate family members and shared via livestream…

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Congratulations to the Episcopal students who were recipients of place and special awards, cash prizes and gifts at the Virtual State Science Fair of Florida this week! Sally Barksdale ’21 was the recipient of the First Place Award in Biochemistry for her computer-based investigation to predict responses to melanoma treatment based on their genetic biomarkers. Earning…

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The College Counseling Office in partnership with the Parent’s Association hosted College Counseling Beyond the Basics: The Value of a Liberal Arts Education on Tuesday, March 30. The panel was comprised of three admissions professionals: Zaire McCoy, Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management and Dean of Admission at Rollins College in Winter Park, FL; Tara…

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The baseball team has had a great season so far, sitting at 13-3 on the year. The have had wins against Ridgeview High School, Bishop Snyder, and Bishop Kenny to name a few. Tonight they will host Bolles in a key district match up at Ray Knight Field. They will close out the week on…

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On Saturday the weightlifting team will head to West Nassau High School for the FHSAA regional meet. Three lifters will represent Episcopal: Cooper Jevic ’21 in the 169 weight class, Nicholas Vitulli ’22 in the 199 weight class, and Tommaso Pozzoni ’21 in the 238 weight class. If they advance, they will head to the…

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A.P Draw, Paint, Print Senior Spotlight Interview: Margaux Forsbrand ’21 The AP Drawing Portfolio is an intensive course, requiring students to produce art at the college level. Students compile a portfolio of 15-20 original artworks demonstrating mastery in composition, technique, and concept. They pursue the “why” behind their own artistic process and participate in weekly…

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Last night Varsity Softball hosted Clay High School and came away with a 3-0 win. Senior Maddie Latta was perfect on the night, striking out 14 on the way to a no hitter. Grace Jones led the Eagles with two hits in the victory. The Eagles are now 8-4 on the season and are back…

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Last Saturday, the girls’ rowing team hosted the city championships on the Ortega River and came away with multiple first place finishes. The girls placed first in the single, double, Varsity 4, and JV 8 races. They are back in the water next weekend for the State Sculling Championships in Sarasota. Go Eagles!

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Congratulations to Madison Linn ’21, who won a national medal through Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for her acrylic painting. This alongside her four Golden Key awards for her other paintings at the regional competition. Since 1923, the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards have recognized some of America’s most celebrated artists and writers when they…

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