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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.


MyESD - Seniors share their favorite spots on campus
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Surf's Up!

Student Author: John Heldman '19

ESD Men's Lacrosse was able to fit in a fun surfing lesson in-between games during our Spring Break trip to San Diego! The trip as a whole was a great team-bonding experience, as well as a great opportunity to play some very qualified teams from the West Coast. We won both of our games!


Posted by Sarah McNamara in Upper School on Tuesday March 20
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ESD takes home Silver Crown Award!

Faculty Author: Ms. Owens, French Teacher

Congratulations to the amazing Itinerary members of The Episcopal School of Dallas for winning the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Silver Crown Award, well earned! A special thank you Mrs. Cernoch for the countless hours you dedicated to our kids!

Posted by Sarah McNamara in Upper School on Tuesday March 20
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Saturday Strings Success!

Faculty Author: Mr. Demian, Strings Teacher

On Saturday, we had a record number of ESD Strings students participating in the TPSMEA North Region Solo and Ensemble Festival at Greenhill School. We presented 12 solos and 1 ensemble and were awarded eight 1st ratings and five 2nd ratings. Most numbers of entries from ESD in previous years were three students! Two 1st ratings were from the Lower School: Elaine and Oliver, both second grade; five from the Middle School: Jamie, Samuel, Samantha in fifth grade, Ellie and Henry in seventh grade; and one from the Upper School: Jiaying Fu, ninth grade.

Here is a picture of the eighth-grade ensemble who participated and was awarded a 2nd rating for their piece. Keep up the great work everyone!


Sculpture Shenanigans

Student Author: Abby Brand '20

To emerge students even further into their artistic passions, the fine arts program take us on field trips at least once a year. Last week, Sculpture students went to the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Dallas Museum of Art where we explored the exhibits. This is one of the many opportunities that makes me happy to be part of the program!


Posted by Sarah McNamara in Upper School on Monday March 5
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And the Oscar goes to...Cinderella!

Student Author: Abby Brand '20

ESD presented Cinderella this past weekend and it couldn't have been a bigger hit! The musical was amazing and the theater was packed with Upper, Middle, and Lower school students, their families, and faculty. Pictured here is Cinderella herself meeting some of her biggest fans! Congratulations to the wonderful cast and crew!

Donuts for the Win!

Faculty Author: Office of Admission

LAX moms greeted students this morning by passing out donuts in the carpool line to build excitement for the big game tonight vs. Highland Park! Go Eagles!!


Posted by Sarah McNamara in Middle School, Upper School on Friday March 2
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Conference Day Schmonference Day

Student Author: Sydney Rezaie '19

During Conference Day, the Eagle Edition newspaper staff came to school from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to work on the upcoming paper! Go Eagles!

Posted by Sarah McNamara in Upper School on Wednesday February 28
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Favorite Book Week!

Faculty Author: Office of Admission

Lower School students are practicing their reading skills in our pop-up libraries during Favorite Book Week! Officer Ced is even getting in on the action! 


Posted by Sarah McNamara in Lower School on Tuesday February 27
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StuCo Sundays

Student Author: Sydney Rezaie '19

Yesterday, Student Council met with Mr. Laba, Mr. Heil and the class deans for a work session discussing the Special Programming Days for next year! The 2018-19 school year will be here before we know it! 


Posted by Sarah McNamara in Upper School on Monday February 26
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CityTerm Sightseeing

Student Author: Emma Boeckman '19

At CityTerm, we are doing a week-long project where we study the Brooklyn bridge and make a creative element to go along with it!! On Thursday we went to the bridge to walk it and understand it better. 


Posted by Sarah McNamara in Upper School on Tuesday February 20
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