Athletics & Wellness
I am raw potential, just waiting to be discovered, nourished, and shared. - ESD Manifesto
The Episcopal School of Dallas Athletics Department supports the Mission and Founding Tenets of the school. We expect student-athletes and coaches to focus on character development, teamwork, commitment, hard work, and excellence within a balanced program of athletic offerings.
The Athletics Department teaches positive lessons of perseverance, sportsmanship, respect for one’s opponent, respect for the rules, and the ability to win and lose with grace. Emphasis changes at the different levels of our athletic program, with the importance placed on winning increasing every step of the way. That said, the most important measurements of the success of any of our athletic programs include students having a positive experience, developing skills and knowledge of the game, experiencing team unity, gaining a strong work ethic, and affirming a sense of pride.
We proudly compete in the Southwest Preparatory League, USRowing regional and national events, and the Texas High School Lacrosse Leagues. Younger students in the Sports Fellowship participate in recreational leagues, including Town North YMCA and Moody Park Cities YMCA.
Based on their exceptional performance in the USRowing Central Youth Championship, six of our student-athletes qualified for the Nationals.
Student-athletes will compete in Houston this week in the Winter SPC Championships.
ESD celebrates 11 student-athletes from the Class of 2022 who will be continuing on to play their sport at the collegiate level.
The Sports Fellowship Program builds a foundation of life skills and positive community involvement for our Pre-K through sixth grade Eagles.
The National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) has named academically high-achieving ESD student-athletes to their prestigious program.
Student-athletes will compete in Fort Worth and Arlington this week in the Winter SPC Championships.
ESD's wrestling team represented well at the TX Middle School State Tournament last weekend.
ESD's annual tradition, started over 30 years ago, makes hearts happy.
Eagles advance to the Gold Championship of the Dallas ISD Holiday Invitational and will face off against Carter High School tonight at 6:00 p.m.