On April 11, 12, and 13, a cast and crew of more than 50 students from the middle and upper schools will perform the contemporary musical, Big Fish!
On Saturday, March 30, forty-four outstanding Episcopal Collegiate School students of French, Latin, and Spanish went to Hendrix College to compete in the State World Languages Competition, organized by the Arkansas Foreign Language Teachers' Association
On a team that has a combined 20 Freshman and Sophomores, of which, 8 are in the starting 11, you would think that you are facing an inexperienced, weak team. However, the Lady Wildcats are anything but that. With fierce tenacity and determination, the Varsity Girls Soccer team is ready to make history in the 2019 season.
On March 2nd four students from Episcopal Collegiate participated in the regional Arkansas Council of Teachers of Mathematics Competition. Mingyao Li tied for 2nd place in PreCalculus and Catherine Kwon took 3rd place in Calculus. Both of these students will go on to compete in the state competition in April.
On Wednesday, February 13, 32 Upper School students, along with Ms. Blair, Dr. Hall and Ms. Morgan, embarked on a five-day trip to New York City to tour several colleges. Students were able to see very urban campuses and more suburban ones, large universities and smaller liberal arts colleges, a military institution, a women's college, and a tech school.
As part of the second grade CKLA curriculum, we studied Cycle in Nature. We learned about the plant, frog, butterfly, and chicken life cycles. As part of this learning journey, we incorporated the hands on project with the life cycle of a chicken. The journey began on January 29. We started with 12 eggs, but along the way 7 eggs didn't develop correctly.
Episcopal Collegiate College Counseling held a Deans' Panel on the evening of February 6. Episcopal Juniors were invited to attend with a parent to listen and ask questions to four Deans from various colleges. Colleges in attendance were: Sewanee: University of the South, Southern Methodist University, University of Oregon, and University of Chicago.
Episcopal Collegiate School's partnership with Colegio Concepción San Pedro, in Chile, afforded our students the opportunity to host and tour Chilean students in Little Rock, even taking some trips throughout Arkansas. Their itinerary was busy, but all students had a blast.
Wildcat Basketball teams begin Conference Tournament on Tuesday, February 12! The Varsity Girls will play at 4:00 p.m., with the Varsity Boys following at 5:30 p.m. Come out to the Championship Gym, and support your Wildcats as both teams are hoping to #runwild to advance to the Regional Tournament! #episcopalcollegiate #episcopalwildcats