The Promise of Exploring the Possibilities
Episcopal Collegiate is known for outstanding academics, but we are much more than that. When the bell rings at the end of the day, our campus is a buzz with activity. Students here explore their potential and promise through a variety of fun and challenging clubs and activities—in the classroom and beyond. For a small school we offer a surprising amount of opportunities.
In addition to our outstanding athletics and arts programs, the Lower, Middle and Upper Schools combined sponsor about 30 student clubs and organizations. Episcopal Collegiate students are thinkers, but they are also doers. They are artists, athletes, volunteers, actors, chess players, writers, recyclers, singers, drummers, debaters, leaders, mentors, and friends.
Episcopal Collegiate is a small community that cares. At every grade level, our students make time to give back. They organize food drives, collect hats and mittens for those in need, volunteer at the Little Rock Marathon, and serve as Big Brothers and Big Sisters, to name a few. We also love to come together at chapel, dances, pep rallies, Spirit Week, Homecoming, Christmas Pageants, and Grandparents and Friends Day…and that’s just the beginning!
Get Involved at Episcopal Collegiate!
Dear Episcopal Collegiate School Families,
The Parents' Auxiliary is looking forward to a fun-filled and productive 2021-2022 school year. Please join us either in person or virtually at our first Parent Auxiliary meeting of the school year on Friday, August 27, at 8:00 a.m. The meeting will be held in the MS/US dining hall. To view the meeting, click here.
Episcopal Collegiate School is fortunate to have a thriving parents association that makes our community strong. All parents and guardians are automatically members of the Parents' Auxiliary and are encouraged to attend a monthly meeting and get involved. Involvement in the Parents' Auxiliary is a great way to engage in the life and spirit of our Episcopal Collegiate Community. We are continually working on ways to enhance campus life for students, parents, and faculty.
Cheers to a great year!
Parents' Auxiliary President
The Watermelon Supper is a favorite Episcopal tradition where the entire community gathers on the Wildcat Football Field to recognize all of our fall athletes and the beginning of the school year. We eat, we play games, we cheer on the Wildcats, and of course, we eat watermelon. All Episcopal families are invited to attend!
Student life at Episcopal