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Ashton Body ’20 Presents at Mayo Clinic Symposium

Junior Ashton Body had the honor of presenting her scientific research abstract at the eighth Mayo Clinic Symposium on Tumor Microenvironment and Cancer Therapeutics December 9-10. Ashton worked throughout the summer and into the school year at the Mayo Clinic to develop skills in laboratory techniques, to gain medical knowledge, and to conduct her own investigation of… Continue Reading
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Thespian Troupe Wins Superior at Districts

ESJ’s Thespian Troupe competed at districts this weekend with a one-act, “Chalk,” and received the highest rating of Superior. The storytelling piece was written by Al Letson, the American poet, playwright, performer, journalist, and radio and podcast host, and directed by Barbara Colaciello of Babs’Lab, which is part of the CoRK Arts District in Jacksonville.… Continue Reading
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Cheerleaders Receive Lisa Lampe Rogers ’85 Excellence in Cheer Award

Cheerleaders Reagan Rawls ’21 and Madison Clark ’20 were recently awarded the newly established Lisa Lampe Rogers ’85 Excellence in Cheer Award. Lisa Lampe Rogers ’85 cheered for the Eagles in the 1980s. After graduating from Episcopal in 1985, Lisa faithfully served Episcopal in many ways, including serving on the Alumni Board for six years. She gave tours… Continue Reading
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Rebecca Hoadley Studies with Internationally Known Artist

Fine Arts instructor Rebecca Hoadley was able to spend the month of November studying with world-renowned full-time artist Felicia Forte. Hoadley was accepted for private instruction out of a pool of many applicants. Felicia has been shown nationally and internationally, including the BP Portrait Award in 2015 and now 2018 for which she is shortlisted… Continue Reading
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Exam Week – Beaches Area Transportation Schedule

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… Continue Reading
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College Counseling Attends College Fine Arts Events, Visits Pennsylvania Area Schools

Associate Director of College Counseling Julie Carter recently returned from a trip to the Philadelphia area. While there she attended National Portfolio Day, an event held in cities across the U.S. to provide high school students with an opportunity to meet with representatives from a wide range of college art programs to receive valuable feedback… Continue Reading
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Keeping Up with Admissions Changes at Florida’s Flagship Universities

With admission to state universities in Florida becoming more and more competitive each year, parents have a valid concern to wonder if their child will be accepted. Whether you’re saying “Go Gators,” or doing the Seminole chop, the changing face of college admissions in Florida can be tricky to keep up with, even between your… Continue Reading
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Episcopal and Baptist Health present
“Stress, Anxiety, and Coping Skills”

Episcopal and Baptist Health present “Stress, Anxiety, and Coping Skills” presentation by Aubrey Brown, LCSW, and Dr. Stephanie Kinnare. The presentation, given November 13, covered anxiety and coping skills for teens. “Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental health conditions affecting youth today. This forum will aim to identify the prevalence of anxiety among… Continue Reading
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Episcopal and Baptist Health present
“Physical Health and Nutrition”

Episcopal and Baptist Health present “Physical Health and Nutrition” with Dr. Karla Repper, who has specialized training in the assessment of emotional and behavioral functioning, cognitive development, and treatment of child and adolescent conditions. The event took place on September 13 and covered specific ways that physical and emotional well-being are dependent on one-another and recursive; how to incorporate… Continue Reading
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Knight Sports Campus Adds Cross Country Race Thanks to Lead the Way Campaign

The Knight Sports Campus played host to the Episcopal Middle School 3K on Friday, September 7. The inaugural meet held on the newly minted course welcomed 200 athletes from 10 schools for the occasion. The Knight Sports Campus was the perfect location for this race thanks to the Lead the Way Campaign. In addition to… Continue Reading
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