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Track & Field Heads to Regional Meet

Last Friday the boys’ and girls’ track teams competed in the district tournament and advanced numerous athletes to the regional meet. Finishing second overall, the girls’ team advanced the following to regionals: Gabi Carter ’19 – first in high jump; Caroline Johnston ’19 – first in triple jump and first in long jump; Reagan Rawls ’21 –… Continue Reading
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How Community Service Benefits Your Child

More than 50 years ago, the Founders of Episcopal School of Jacksonville had a vision. Their vision was NOT of a school that produced doctors and nurses, engineers and business executives, entrepreneurs and inventors, lawyers and politicians, athletes and artists. Their vision was not about what the students would become; their vision was about who… Continue Reading
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Episcopal Holds Cum Laude Society Induction

Episcopal inducted new student members of the Cum Laude Society on Monday, April 8, during a special ceremony in the Munnerlyn. Kevin Chinoy ’86, Freestyle Picture Company, gave the remarks. Kevin’s projects have played at major movie festivals around the world including Cannes, Sundance, Toronto, and Tribeca. The Cum Laude Society recognizes academic achievement for… Continue Reading
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Spring Band Concert Recap; Photos on Flickr

On Thursday, March 28, Episcopal hosted the 2019 Spring Band Concert, an evening of wind ensemble and chamber music. The program included a variety of new wind ensemble music, bringing energy and excitement to the stage, as well as chamber music where students performed in small groups. The Middle School Concert Band, comprised of seventh… Continue Reading
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AP Drawing Portfolio Senior Spotlight: Leah Williams 

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… Continue Reading
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How Playing More Than One Sport Can Benefit Your Student-Athlete

By Andy Kidd ‘99, Episcopal School of Jacksonville Director of Athletics With athletics at the high school level becoming increasingly competitive, it can be tempting for a student to spend his or her time and energy training for one sport all of the time. While specialization in one sport is a choice best made by the… Continue Reading
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Honors Science Students Win at State Competition

Eight students from the Honors Science Seminar earned cash prizes and place awards in the categories of Animal Science, Biochemistry, Biomedical Sciences, Chemistry, Environmental Science and Plant Sciences at the state science fair last week, where more than 850 students from public and private schools from Florida competed. Participants included Jake Barker ’22, Sally Barksdale ’21,… Continue Reading
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AP Drawing Portfolio Senior Spotlight: Daniella Teixeira 

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. Daniella Teixeira has been a part of the Fine Arts Department since… Continue Reading
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The Transformative Power of Theatre on Students’ Sense of Self

Kelby Siddons ‘06, Faculty, Episcopal School of Jacksonville, with Naiya Cheanvechai ’20 When you think about a theatre class, what do you envision? Most outside observers accustomed to the seated organization of a traditional classroom are initially rattled by the chatter of multiple small groups working in different areas of the space, the barbaric yawps… Continue Reading
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Video: Influence & Effects of Social Media and Screen Time

Episcopal and Baptist Health presented Influence & Effects of Social Media and Screen Time, on March 7, at 5:30 p.m. in the Munnerlyn Center. Baptist’s Raj Loungani, MD, MPH, and De’Von Patterson, PhD, addressed screen time recommendations, the impact of social media and screen time on sleep, stress, behavior, and physical health, as well as… Continue Reading
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