The AP Drawing Portfolio is an intensive course, requiring students to produce art at the college level. Students compile a portfolio of 24-29 original artworks demonstrating mastery in composition, technique, and concept. Twelve of those pieces explore a common idea called a concentration.  “Leah Williams loves the creative process. She can work quickly, her skills…

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The Admissions Office is hosting an Open House for prospective students and parents January 15 from 8:30 – 10:30 a.m. in the Berg Gallery of the Munnerlyn Center for Worship and Fine Arts. This is a great opportunity for current families to bring younger siblings who will be applying for next year and invite friends…

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Students in honors chemistry have just completed a unit on stoichiometry, the study of mass relationships in chemical reactions.  Culminating their study, students worked in groups of three or four during their class period to prepare the perfect fudge.  Students were instructed to follow the fudge recipe on the marshmallow creme jar, but they were permitted to add…

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For regular riders of Episcopal’s Beaches Area Transportation Service, and students who may want to use the buses for individual rides during exam week, please see the bus schedule below: Exam Week: December 17 – December 21 From Beaches Areas to Episcopal Buses will depart the Beaches Episcopal pick-up location at 7:00 a.m. then stop…

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Thank you to all parents who have made a donation to the 2018-2019 Episcopal Fund as of October 10. Parent Donors to Date October 10 2018 This year’s parent goal is $235,000 and the total raised to date is $159,930. Please contact Lisa Allen with any questions you may have about the campaign at 904-396-5751 x 1102.…

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Campers, counselors and adults on the 26th annual ninth grade orientation adventure to Unicoi State Park enjoyed the sunshine and breezes in North Georgia last week. Just as in past years, students learned interesting facts about plants, animals and the environment; they did things that seemed a bit dangerous; they tried things that they had never…

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At Senior Honors Convocation Friday morning, Fine Arts instructor Rebecca Hoadley was named the 2018 Guardian Award winner. Ms. Hoadley was nominated by senior Sophie Grimsley. The Guardian Gift was created by Bill and Theresa Dahl to honor an Episcopal teacher or staff member whose mentoring and positive influence has made a lasting impact on…

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By: Kiara Revels ’18 You’ve probably seen this vibrant, yellow restaurant in San Marco that has taken the place of Pizza Palace. As an avid-seafood lover, I was super excited to review this place, as there isn’t another seafood grill that I know of near school. Sid and Linda’s on Atlantic and Kernan is the…

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