Our Campuses

Lower Schools

Beaches Campus (Pre-K3 — Grade 6)

450 11th Avenue North
Jacksonville Beach, Florida 32250
904.246.2466

Set in beautiful Jacksonville Beach, the Beaches Campus is a special place of learning where students from the beaches community and beyond are set on a trajectory of success and significance. Nestled in a safe, vibrant, neighborhood four blocks from the Atlantic Ocean, students are given endless avenues to learn, love, and lead. From McCormick Hall, with its classrooms and courtyard, to Hope Hall, which houses resources and enrichments classes and the state-of-the-art climbing wall, to Hixon Field, an outdoor space which includes playgrounds for lower and upper school, an artificial turf playing field, and a basketball court, students at the Beaches Campus are afforded every opportunity to move and grow in mind and heart.

St. Mark’s Campus (Age 1 — Grade 6)

4114 Oxford Avenue
Jacksonville, Florida 32210
904.388.2632

The St. Mark’s campus is an almost six acre campus in the heart of the historic Ortega neighborhood with views of the St. Johns River, 10 minutes from Downtown Jacksonville, 5-10 minutes from Naval Air Station Jacksonville. A beautiful and unique space, students are able to spend much of the day outside. Whether in science class learning about plant root systems in the gardens, a one-on-one reading session under the shade of a canopy oak, or an outdoor Chapel service overlooking the river, the campus exudes serenity. 

Middle School

Munnerlyn Campus (Grades 6 — 12)

4455 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
904.396.5751

Episcopal’s Middle School is located on the Munnerlyn campus.

Sixth grade classrooms and lockers are clustered together so that the campus’s youngest students stay mostly within their own space. Sixth graders move as a unit through the academic day, PE and Fine Arts, lunch, Chapel, and other activities. They benefit from the small class size and close relationships they are able to develop as a class as they begin their time on the Munnerlyn campus.

Seventh and eighth graders’ domain expands as their academic and elective classes are located throughout the whole Munnerlyn campus, where for the most part, subject matter is separated by building. Seventh and eighth graders participate in Middle School Chapel and attend Middle School lunch. Social interaction during these times as well as in the locker areas and Advisory allow for developmentally appropriate interaction.

Middle School students benefit from a “no cut” policy in athletics, allowing them to try any sport of interest. Extra-curricular Fine Arts opportunities are available to them as well, including visual art, dance, drama, pep band, and chorus. Middle School students interact with older students as mentors through extracurricular activities, clubs, arts and athletics. 

Upper School

Munnerlyn Campus (Grades 6 — 12)

4455 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
904.396.5751

ESJ strives to create meaningful opportunities for students while ensuring a welcoming and inclusive environment on campus. Upper School students take full advantage of the many opportunities available on the Munnerlyn campus. Academic departments are, for the most part, separated by building.  Classroom spaces are designed with specific disciplines, learner-centered teaching, and collaboration in mind, whether incorporating Harkness tables in English and History classrooms, mobile node seating in World Language classrooms, or lab spaces for Science and Robotics.

Their educational experience is enhanced by a wide variety of courses offered across the Four Pillars, which utilize dedicated visual and performing arts space, including two theaters, and athletic facilities, and classrooms. Students benefit from the open air setting along the St. Johns River and copious outdoor gathering spaces, including the beautiful Regan Plaza.  It’s not unusual to see students and faculty using these spaces for outdoor classes, group study, quiet reflection, or socializing during the breaks built into the daily schedule.

Knight Sports Campus

6757 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville, Florida 32211
904.396.5751

Episcopal is the only independent school in Jacksonville with a separate campus dedicated solely to additional athletic facilities. The Knight Campus includes a field house, lacrosse wall and lacrosse box, two playing fields, cross country course, 10 USTA tennis courts, and the Walton Boathouse, which is the home of the school’s rowing program. Located on 28 acres that border the Arlington River, Episcopal runs afternoon bus service to the Knight Campus for Middle and Upper school students participating in sports located there -- a short trip from the Munnerlyn campus. Facilities located on this campus are listed below.