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Episcopal School of Dallas
A Coeducational, College Preparatory School for Ages 3 Through Grade 12

THE ESD EXPERIENCE: Student Ambassadors

This blog is written by our students. We think they are top notch! Here they share the ESD Experience in their own words.

ADDITIONAL EAGLE BLOGS:

MyESD - Seniors share their favorite spots on campus
Teacher Tuesday - ESD teacher quotes and spotlights

So Long, Lower School!

Faculty Author: Office of Admission
 

The Lower School Closing Ceremony took place this morning to celebrate the Class of 2026 and their move to ESD’s Middle School next year. Merrell Road, here they come!

                                           

Posted by Sarah McNamara in Middle School, Lower School on Wednesday May 23
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Movin' On Up (to Merrell Road!)

Faculty Author: Lower School Faculty
 

Lower School students and teachers surprised Mrs. Wabrek on Friday with Post-It notes celebrating her leadership. Mrs. Wabrek will be Interim Head of Middle School next year. We love you, Mrs. Wabrek!
 

Posted by Sarah McNamara in Middle School, Lower School on Monday May 21
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1 - 2 - 3 strikes, you're out!

Student Author: Ty Johnson '20
 

On Saturday, ESD held its annual baseball alumni game. ESD alumni from multiple classes, including the class of 1989 (seen pitching in the purple shorts) came together to play our current Eagles' baseball team! Thanks for comin,g everyone! 

      

K Visit to Merrell

Faculty Author: Office of Admission
 

This week, it was Kindergarten's turn to visit Merrell Road Campus, where they explored all of the flora and fauna the Quarry has to offer!


                                     

First Grade Visit to Merrell Road

Faculty Author: Office of Admission
 

First-grade friends visited the Merrell Road Campus yesterday. Their day included hiking around the Quarry, learning its history, collecting water samples, and examining findings under microscopes. Before we know it, we will have Beginner - fourth-grade friends here every day and we can't wait!

     
                                         

Posted by Sarah McNamara in Lower School on Wednesday May 2
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Lower School Differentiation

Faculty Author: Mrs. Stanford, Pre-K teacher
 

Each Pre-Kindergarten class has a team of two teachers, allowing opportunities for individualization and differentiation within the curriculum. Here is a picture of me working one-on-one with a student outside of the classroom.

 

Posted by Sarah McNamara in Lower School on Tuesday May 1
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It's Gonna be May

Faculty Author: Office of Admission
 

"It's gonna be May" but we are ready for August! This cheerful confetti picture will help brighten any Monday and we can't wait for our new Eagles to join us in the fall!
 

Posted by Sarah McNamara in Middle School, Upper School, Lower School on Monday April 30
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4th Grade Leadership

Faculty Author: Mrs. Beck, Associate Director of Admission
 

As the school year draws to a close, current fourth-grade students prepare for the move to middle school at the Merrell Road campus. Throughout the year, fourth-grade students have participated in a Leadership Institute.  The program concluded with ESD seniors leading our fourth-grade students with a day full of team-building exercises, design challenges and collaborative activities all with a focus on leadership and legacy.

                                       

Posted by Sarah McNamara in Upper School, Lower School on Friday April 27
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Fine Arts Friday

Faculty Author: Office of Admission
 

Bravo to Thursday's Lower School artists, musicians, poets, and performers. You are so talented, Eagles! 

      

Posted by Sarah McNamara in Lower School on Friday April 27
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3D "Primer" Printing

Faculty Author: Mrs. Campbell, Primer teacher
 

Through close collaboration with Mr. Cogliandro in the "What If?" Lab, the inquisitive minds of Primer students were introduced to the fundamentals of 3D printing. Over several classes, the basics of 3D printing were introduced in detail through project-based activities, research, and numerous test prints. Students chose their first 3D object to be bird-calling whistles to be used in our Primer musical, Cuckoo. After research and prototyping, they chose two templates: one in the shape of a quail and the other a flat whistle that mimics the sounds of a duck. Primer utilized TinkerCAD and two 3D printers to bring their whistles to life. After completing the process, students reflected on their experience during writer's workshop. On performance day, Primer began the musical with their carefully crafted creations. It was a hit! 

     

Posted by Sarah McNamara in Lower School on Monday April 23
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Lower School

4344 Colgate Avenue
Dallas, Texas, 75225
214-353-5818

Middle & Upper School

4100 Merrell Road
Dallas, Texas, 75229
214-358-4368

Wolf Run Ranch

located near Anna, Texas

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