In this devotional, Father Nate discusses what it means to be an Episcopal School. "And, following in the footsteps of Jesus, that’s what we seek to do as an Episcopal School: First, we welcome everyone from every walk of life."
Middle school is a time of great change, both physically and emotionally. As middle school educators, we shepherd children through this remarkable time of growth, opportunity, and discovery by honoring each student's curiosity, ingenuity, gifts, industriousness, and spirit. Our goal is not for students to 'win' middle school, but to equip them for a life of meaningful purpose.
- Jonathan Chein, Head of Middle School
ESD's middle school provides students with a supportive environment where they explore and develop their own intellectual, creative, and physical abilities while being a part of a community anchored in honor, respect, and integrity.
As a college preparatory school, our commitment to academic rigor is a given. Our commitment to community, service, and integrity is what makes us ESD. Students are challenged to think independently, embrace their love of learning, and act with moral and social responsibility within a life guided by faith.
Students aim to purchase a clean water well in a needed community through fundraising and awareness efforts.
Middle school is the first to complete the Name Game tradition this year.
Arya '26 was selected as the National Youth Storyteller for the State of Texas for last weekend's Timpanooga Storytelling Festival.