Ringing of the Bell . . . Convocation . . . Handshake Ceremony . . .Homecoming Tailgate . . . Spirit Week . . . Fall Festival . . . Class Day . . . Kindergarten/Senior Buddies . . . Advisory Olympics . . . The sense of community is strong at Episcopal Collegiate, almost palpable. That's because we have established traditions that bring our 780 individual students together - to greet each other, to learn about each other, to sing and to celebrate and to say goodbye. Some of our traditions happen once a year; some happen every day or every week. Below are some of our favorites.
"It's one of our favorite days," said Head of School David Perkinson, noting that the school has held Grandparents and Friends Day every year for the past 17 years.
Don't miss Aaron, the Allergic Shepherd and Miracle on Bethlehem Street performed by our PreK-5th grade students, December 14 and 15.
Sing-a-longs, lessons and carols, concerts, tree trimming, cookie decorating, and more usher in the Christmas season at Episcopal Collegiate!
Get all the details about Episcopal Collegiate Homecoming 2016 celebrations! Bring your Wildcat spirit and get ready for all the fun!
Please join us for the annual Homecoming pre-game tailgate dinner on Friday, October 21 beginning at 5:30 p.m. Enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet catered by Young's Catfish. Bring your appetite and your Wildcat spirit! Reservations are required by Monday, October 17.
"It's hard to imagine that senior year has started. Caroline has grown into a wonderful, educated young woman. I am so proud of her and her friends for the amazing adults they have become."