Six ESD students will showcase works at the Dallas Young Artist Exhibition.
Our role as educators is to know, challenge, and love our students - in return, we can fairly ask them to work hard, build their character, and take care of each other.
- Henry Heil, Clark Family Head of Upper School
The academic program of the upper school represents a four-year college preparatory curriculum that provides broad training in the liberal arts and sciences and stresses independent thinking, writing, critical reading, discipline, and creativity.
We promote understanding through classroom experiences and real-world applications that involve students in the in-depth discovery and development of their talents, skills, and acquired knowledge. Each student is also assigned a faculty advisor through our advisory program, a cornerstone of an ESD education, who provides guidance, counseling, and support.
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Get to know our student artists around campus.
In this homily, Mr. Baad explores this month's virtue, Unity. "As you carry each other in love, keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace." - Ephesians 4:2–3
36 Carillon students were recognized in two national yearbook competitions.