ESD’s Code of Conduct has a storied history that began in October 1977, when a special chapel service was held to initiate an Honor Code. All students, teachers, and staff sign that they will uphold the values inherent in our community.
I am The Episcopal School of Dallas and I am igniting lives of purpose. - ESD Manifesto
The Episcopal School of Dallas is an academic community where excellence is the standard. Our college preparatory curriculum, led by a nationally-recognized faculty, is complemented by a full array of artistic and athletic programs, daily worship, experiences in the outdoors, and myriad opportunities to lead and serve others.
In a special upper school service held on Monday, September 18, 2023, Matthew Peal was commissioned as the Clark Family Head of Upper School.
Malhotra ’24 is one of 50 selected nationwide for their commitment to creating and expanding experiences in computer-related learning, career exploration, and community formation of advocates and allies such as peer mentorship.
Three members of the Class of 2024 have been announced as National Merit Semifinalist, placing them in the company of only 16,000 students recognized of the more than 1.5 million students considered.
At last week's club fair, students learned about the many ways they can get involved or learn more about topics that interest them. In total, there are 59 US clubs ranging from academic to special interest.
From our very beginning, ESD has been igniting lives of purpose one excursion at a time. “Outdoor education isn’t just a field trip. It’s an extension of our campus and what we are trying to accomplish as a school."
The Name Game has helped Eagles be known for decades. We love traditions that build a strong community that fosters a sense of belonging.
The Episcopal School of Dallas is grateful to Mary Adair Dockery, ESD’s Board of Directors Chair, and her husband, Dee, for their generous gift to the school’s endowment.