In the same way that our Mission Statement informs everything else we do at The Episcopal School of Dallas, it is also the starting point for envisioning what it means for our students to be “globally educated.” Many of our youngest students will live through the 21st Century and beyond, into the now unimaginable 22nd. To prepare them for the rapid changes and ultimate unknowns of that life span, we need to offer opportunities for them to learn about the diversity, the delights, the challenges, and the experiences that the broader world provides them.
The Global Education program encompasses four main aspects of student life at ESD: curriculum, programming, travel, and extracurricular activities. Global issues, geography, language, culture, and history are interwoven throughout classes at all grade levels.
Visitors from around the world bring their perspectives to challenge and enrich our students’ understanding of the world and their places in it, and a growing number of opportunities exist for students to travel globally to learn and to serve.
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