In this fourth annual tradition, ninth graders welcome fifth graders to their new Middle School division and celebrate their shared ESD identity.
Our Episcopal Identity
I am a soul open to searching. - ESD Manifesto
At ESD, we value the dignity of every human being as a child of God. We strive to live with honor, respect, and integrity for all as expressed in our Code of Conduct. We are committed to creating, maintaining, and nurturing a diverse, safe and inclusive environment as we prepare young women and men for lives of service, intellectual discovery, integrity, morality, and purpose.
As part of their social studies unit on wants vs. needs, students delivered over 3100 items to North Dallas Shared Ministries.
In this homily, Mr. Baad offers a perspective on the virtue of empathy.
"This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you." John 15.12
"In everything do to others as you would have them do to you." Matthew 7.12
ESD's faculty and staff participated in the annual in-service tradition of volunteering at Children's Hunger Fund.
83 upper school students were honored with President's Volunteer Service Awards for their commitment to service in the community.
Head of School Dave Baad delivered this homily on ESD's Virtue of the Month, Understanding, during middle and upper school chapel services.
ESD had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to welcome the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, the Most Reverend Michael Curry, to our campus last week.
Students in grades 8-11 attended ESD's annual Volunteer Fair to learn more about area nonprofits.
Anna Konradi ’16 and Elizabeth Konradi ’19 spent their spring break at the Polish border assisting refugees arriving from war-torn Ukraine.
Experience Daily Chapel
We are delighted to be able to welcome family members of our ESD students to experience community worship together.
Jesus said: I have set you an example, that you also should do as I have done to you. (John 13.15)
We are committed to becoming servant-leaders who have compassion and mercy for others, which leads us to use our blessings to bless others and manage our resources to help those in need as faithful stewards of God's gifts to us. Associated with the values of stewardship, charity, generosity, compassion, kindness, mercy, and leadership.
- What is the statement from ESD's Board of Directors on our Episcopal Identity?
- What is the origin of our school’s name?
- Is ESD a Christian School, an Episcopal School or an Independent Day School?
- What do Episcopalians believe?
- What is our relationship with the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas and the greater Episcopal Church?
- Why is the Chapel called All Saints Chapel?
- Does ESD welcome students of all faith traditions?
- Why does my child attend chapel daily?
- What is Holy Eucharist?
- Does my child have to receive Communion?
- Why are religion courses required for all students?
- Why is community service learning a graduation requirement?
- What does ESD mean about being diverse and inclusive?
- Is ESD associated with outside faith groups on campus?
- What do I do if I have more questions about ESD’s Episcopal Identity?