Four Pillars

Episcopal’s challenging curriculum is thoughtfully designed to prepare students to be successful at some of the most selective universities in the country. Learned-centered instruction is at the heart of our curriculum, taught by expert faculty. Harkness instruction prepares students for college. An Episcopal education instills a love of lifelong learning and respect for the dignity of every human being. Our students are inspired academically to discover their passions while finding balance across our Four Pillars.

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Episcopal fields more than 80 teams in 18 sports for third through twelfth grades. Through dedication and teamwork, Episcopal programs annually compete for conference district, regional, and state championships. In 2021-2022 24 of 26 varsity teams advanced to regional postseason play. Episcopal boasts some of the best athletic facilities in the state, a key component in preparing our student-athletes to compete at the highest level. Over 50 members of the Classes of 2021 and 2022 are now competing at the collegiate level. 

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Fine Arts at Episcopal are academically challenging and creatively stimulating. Our Fine Arts faculty and staff, all artists in their own right, joyfully share their respective wisdom, and create together with bright minds, nimble bodies and imaginative souls. In the classroom, students study the theory and history of art, music, dance and theatre. On the stage and in the studio, they create. More than a dozen students each year head to college for fine arts specific programs, including dance, film, theatre, music, and musical theatre.

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The Episcopal experience is framed by the understanding that spiritual growth is an essential part of human growth. In keeping with the tradition of the Episcopal Church, we require our students to think critically, explore their individual faiths, learn by questioning, and accept that knowledge of the world and spiritual development are eternally intertwined.

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Academics
Academics

Episcopal’s challenging curriculum is thoughtfully designed to prepare students to be successful in some of the most selective universities in the country.  An Episcopal education instills a passion for life-long learning and dedication to living as citizens of strong character.  The school's faculty displays an outstanding academic background, excellent character, and dedication to the overall…

Fine Arts
Fine Arts

Fine Arts at Episcopal are academically challenging and creatively stimulating. Our Fine Arts faculty and staff, all artists in their own right, joyfully share their respective wisdom, and create together with bright minds, nimble bodies and imaginative souls. In the classroom, students study the theory and history of art, music, dance and theatre. On the…

Athletics
Athletics

Episcopal offers a wide range of athletic programs for our students, fielding more than 60 teams in 18 sports for sixth through twelfth grades. Through dedication and teamwork, Episcopal programs annually compete for district, regional, and state championships. Episcopal boasts some of the best athletic facilities in the state which are a key component in…

Spiritual Life
Spiritual Life

The Episcopal experience is framed by the understanding that spiritual growth is an essential part of human growth.  In keeping with the tradition of the Episcopal Church, we require our students to think critically, explore their individual faiths, learn by questioning, and accept that knowledge of the world and spiritual development are eternally intertwined. Episcopal…

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About Episcopal

Episcopal is committed to small class size and an environment that is safe, achievement-oriented, supportive, and welcoming to all. The school enrolls approximately 1,300 total students from age 1 to grade 12. Lower School Campuses (age 1 through grade five) enroll more than 200 students; Middle School (grades six through eight) enrolls more than 300 students; Upper School (grades nine through twelve) enrolls more than 500 students.

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Episcopal students experience a challenging college-preparatory curriculum, vibrant fine arts offerings, and outstanding athletic programs, and opportunities for spiritual development, all within a nurturing environment which respects the dignity of every human being.

Jangro Stadium and Pajcic-Hunt Field
MUNNERLYN CAMPUS
Jangro Stadium and Pajcic-Hunt Field
The McCormick Sports Complex on Munnerlyn Campus includes Jangro Stadium and Pajcic-Hunt Field, both dedicated in 2017 as part of the Lead the Way Capital Campaign, a FieldTurf playing field where football, soccer and lacrosse play, as well as Langford Track.
Jangro Stadium and Pajcic-Hunt Field
Elizabeth Simpson Walton ’71 Aquatic Center
MUNNERLYN CAMPUS
Elizabeth Simpson Walton ’71 Aquatic Center
The Elizabeth Simpson Walton ‚Äė71 Aquatic Center was dedicated on Munnerlyn Campus in 2017 as part of the Lead the Way¬†Capital Campaign. It features a pool with boys and girls locker and changing rooms, an elevated spectator observation deck, coaches‚Äô offices, restrooms and pool deck showers.
Elizabeth Simpson Walton ’71 Aquatic Center
Campus Entrance and West House
ST. MARK'S CAMPUS
Campus Entrance and West House
Whether it is a science class learning about plant root systems in our garden, or a one-on-one reading session under the shade of a canopy oak, our students spend time outside throughout the day.
Campus Entrance and West House
McCormick Hall
BEACHES CAMPUS
McCormick Hall
McCormick Hall is the Beaches Campus primary building and contains Pre-K3 through fifth grade classrooms. In the center of the building is an intimate courtyard which allows students to learn together in a welcoming outdoor setting.
McCormick Hall
Elizabeth S. and William H. Walton Jr. Boathouse
KNIGHT SPORTS CAMPUS
Elizabeth S. and William H. Walton Jr. Boathouse
Set on the scenic waterfront Knight Sports Campus, Episcopal's Walton Boathouse gives direct river access to the rowing teams and serves as event space.
Elizabeth S. and William H. Walton Jr. Boathouse
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Jangro Stadium and Pajcic-Hunt Field
MUNNERLYN CAMPUS
The McCormick Sports Complex on Munnerlyn Campus includes Jangro Stadium and Pajcic-Hunt Field, both dedicated in 2017 as part of the Lead the Way Capital Campaign, a FieldTurf playing field where football, soccer and lacrosse play, as well as Langford Track.
Jangro Stadium and Pajcic-Hunt Field
Elizabeth Simpson Walton ’71 Aquatic Center
MUNNERLYN CAMPUS
The Elizabeth Simpson Walton ‚Äė71 Aquatic Center was dedicated on Munnerlyn Campus in 2017 as part of the Lead the Way¬†Capital Campaign. It features a pool with boys and girls locker and changing rooms, an elevated spectator observation deck, coaches‚Äô offices, restrooms and pool deck showers.
Elizabeth Simpson Walton ’71 Aquatic Center
Campus Entrance and West House
ST. MARK'S CAMPUS
Whether it is a science class learning about plant root systems in our garden, or a one-on-one reading session under the shade of a canopy oak, our students spend time outside throughout the day.
Campus Entrance and West House
McCormick Hall
BEACHES CAMPUS
McCormick Hall is the Beaches Campus primary building and contains Pre-K3 through fifth grade classrooms. In the center of the building is an intimate courtyard which allows students to learn together in a welcoming outdoor setting.
McCormick Hall
Elizabeth S. and William H. Walton Jr. Boathouse
KNIGHT SPORTS CAMPUS
Set on the scenic waterfront Knight Sports Campus, Episcopal's Walton Boathouse gives direct river access to the rowing teams and serves as event space.
Elizabeth S. and William H. Walton Jr. Boathouse
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Learn About Our Campuses

With four campuses located across Northeast Florida, only Episcopal School of Jacksonville is able to serve students and families through every phase of their academic journey, from age one through 12th grade. 

Our 2022 Graduates are attending: