ESJ Fifth Grade Retreat

St. Mark’s and Beaches Campus fifth graders spend Tuesday, October 12, at a fifth grade retreat on the Knight Campus.  Faculty from all three campuses helped facilitate the day, which included different team building and fine arts activities and lunch.  The Rev. Teresa Seagle, Dean of Spiritual Life, also worked with students.  Katherine Donahoo Nott…

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Admission priority for siblings

Now is the time for siblings to apply for the 2021-22 school year at all ESJ Campuses! Episcopal families interested in enrolling a sibling at the Beaches Campus (grades Pre-K 3 – 5), St. Mark’s Campus (age 1 – grade 5) or the Munnerlyn Campus (grades 6 – 12) should follow the Admission Checklist for each campus.…

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National Honor Society Students Provide Tutoring 

National Honor Society (NHS) students are providing tutoring opportunities for their peers on the Munnerlyn Campus every day during tutorial and lunch periods in the Bryan Library. With specific subjects being offered certain days, students always have a resource available to them should they need a little extra help. For example, math and science are offered…

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National Honor Society Inductees

Episcopal inducted juniors and seniors into the National Honor Society in a special ceremony in the Munnerlyn Center on Wednesday, October 6. National Honor Society Inductees Fall 2021 Seniors Emmanuella Althuis Georgia Gayle Rankin Austin Abraham Bateh Kate Lynne Reinhardt Virginia Grace Burhyte Madeleine Graham Runnels Parker Bruce Chappell                                                                         Reilly Elisabeth Shapiro Garrett Scott Daniel…

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Applying for College? Ryan Riggs Shares with News4Jax

Ryan Riggs, Director of College Counseling, spoke with Jen Waugh ’89, morning anchor at News4Jax, about applying for college this year. Watch the interview: https://www.news4jax.com/video/morning-show/2021/10/04/appling-for-college-some-advice-from-a-high-school-counselor/

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Football Beats Baldwin on Last Play

Friday night at Jangro Stadium was electric! The game was tied 14-14 and with the ball on the 10-yard line when Ershod Jasey ’22 took a hand-off up the middle for the go ahead score as time expired. The Eagles are now 4-1 on the season and ranked third in the region and ninth in…

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Music for a Cause Selected as 2021-2022 School Sponsored Club 

Music for a Cause, selected to be this year’s Episcopal-sponsored student club, is a Middle School and Upper School community service club. Through song, the club is dedicated to brightening the lives of others in the Episcopal and Jacksonville communities. With more than 50 students, Music for a Cause brings together students with a passion for music and service.…

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First Health, Safety, and Well-Being Event Focuses on “Words Matter, You Matter, Community Matters” 

Munnerlyn Campus students participated in the first Health, Safety, Well-Being (HSW) event of the year on Thursday. The theme for the day was “Words Matter, You Matter, Community Matters.” Students participated in activities, conversation, and games with their advisories. Games reinforced the message of inclusion and encouraged taking actions to build up our ESJ community…

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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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