Being an Episcopal school means that we are more than an educational institution. It means we are committed to the formation and nurturing of the whole human being: body, mind, and spirit.
Episcopal schools are part of a long tradition of Anglican education that is marked by a balance between faith and reason, or “the head” and “the heart.” We work to build a community that is welcoming, diverse, and authentically inclusive, where all are honored, supported, and valued. We practice common prayer that draws upon the ancient traditions of the Church and is both creative and relevant. We make a commitment to the practice of service and the work of justice. These principles and ideals are woven into every aspect of our shared life together, and they are what sets us apart as a community of learning.
Our Episcopal identity aligns with the National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES) precepts as follows:
  • We seek to integrate religious and spiritual formation into the overall curriculum and life of the school community. Chapel is held daily in all grades.
  • We strive for intentional pluralism. We invite people from all denominations and creeds to work in and attend our school. We honor all persons - Episcopalian or not - and strive for justice, peace, and understanding among all people and respect the dignity of every human being.
  • We exist not merely to educate, but to demonstrate and proclaim the unique worth and beauty of all human beings as creations of a loving, empowering God.
  • We guide and challenge all who attend our schools to build lives of genuine meaning, purpose, and service in the world they will inherit.