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School Worship

Creative, inclusive, and drawing fully upon the liturgical resources of The Episcopal Church, worship is a regular part of school life for all faculty and students.

Community Life

Reflection, prayer, and matters of the spirit are honored and cultivated and the physical, mental, and emotional health of all are supported and nurtured.

Religious Study

Meaningful, academically substantive, and age-appropriate; and in teaching the Christian tradition, fosters dialogue with other faith traditions.

Social Justice

Equity, justice, and a just society throughout the life of the school; the embracing and honoring of diversity; and the inclusion of community service and service learning into the life of the school.

Wildcat Weekly

Welcome to the Wildcat Weekly! Below are four tags: All, Episcopal Lower School, Episcopal Middle School, and Episcopal Upper School.

If you prefer a scrollable text version of your division news, you can find the links below.

Scrollable Text Lower School

Scrollable Text Middle School

Scrollable Text Upper School

A Note from Mrs. Schuhmacher...

Capstone presentations, Maker Night, Book Fair, and Grandparents’ Day—this week has been extremely busy and exciting!  Top that off with one of our students’ most favorite chapels when Mother Curtis brings several of her tortoises to visit the Lower School, and I think we may have hit the student jackpot for best week of the year! ...click the photo to read the full story.

A Note from Dr. McCormick...

For their eighth grade capstone experience, our oldest Middle Schoolers chose to partner with Heifer International to raise awareness and funds for Heifer's Milk Money program, which provides locally produced milk to school children in Tanzania... click the photo to read the full story.

A Note from Mr. Urquhart...

Thanks to all of the grandparents and friends who spent part of their day with us today. We’re grateful for your support and for the important role you play in the lives of our students... click the photo to read the full story.

Wildcat Athletic Calendar

Find the Wildcat Athletic Calendar and upcoming games here.

Friday, April 5

  • Boys Varsity Soccer - Southerner Soccer Invitational - Batesville Southside, AWAY 
  • Girls Varsity Softball vs. Maumelle Charter, AWAY @4:30 p.m.
  • Boys Varsity Baseball vs. LR Mills @4:30 p.m.
US Elle Hill Wins Honorable Mention at YAA Art Show!

Elle Hill was recently awarded an Honorable Mention for the ninth grade category at the 58th Annual Young Arkansas Artist exhibition. Her artwork will be included in the Arkansas Arts Center’s Young Arkansas Artist exhibition from April 30 through June 30.

US College Visits

All interested juniors are welcome to attend. Please have your teacher sign the permission form if you are missing a class.

Wednesday, April 10 

  • Purdue University - 8:15 a.m.
MS/US Episcopal Students Compete in the State World Languages Competition

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... click the photo to read the full story.

MS Athletic Banquet

The Middle School Athletic Banquet will be held on Wednesday, April 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the MS/US Dining Hall. Dinner will be catered by Boulevard Bread Co. Look for the event menu, price per person, and a link to register next week!

MS Athletes of the Week

This week's Middle School Athletes of the Week are from the Middle School Soccer team and nominated by Head Coach Lindsey Duncan... click the photo for her comments.

MS Book Talk

Our next Middle School Book Talk will take place on Tuesday, April 16 from 8:15 - 9:00 a.m., in the Middle School Erwin Library.  It is not too late to pick up a copy of Shimi Kang's The Self-Motivated Kid, or listen to the audio version entitled The Dolphin Way, and join your fellow parents for this discussion!

LS Counseling News

We had a great discussion on perfectionism this week during our parent roundtable. It was great sharing thoughts and ideas on how we can understand healthy expectations and motivations for ourselves and children. Please visit this link to find the handouts and resources for this past week’s discussion. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or would like to discuss further.

LS Spring Book Fair Continues

The Book Fair will remain open through Wednesday, April 10. We hope you will be able to visit this fun event! Also, we would like to offer a huge thank you to our parent volunteers who have transformed the library into a world of emojis!

LS Summer @ the E!

We are thrilled to offer these exciting summer opportunities for your children and non-Episcopal students. As you will see, we have many offerings, as well as lunch provided here during as camp as an option, as an added convenience.

Registration is now open and we hope you will share the Summer @ the E! Brochure with your friends and family who attend other schools, as all children are welcome to attend.

Questions: Contact Morgan Dlouhy or Leigh Jacobs

LS Easter Painting with Pate!

Join us on April 9 or 11 from 3:45-5:30 p.m. for Painting with Pate: Easter Edition! Choose one (or both) of our Easter inspired classes and make a stuffed burlap door hanger! Never painted before? No problem! Mrs. Pate will guide you step-by-step. Come enjoy a snack, some music, and some laughs with friends. Seats are limited, so click the link and sign up today! Price: $48

April 9 - Yellow Chick Door Hanger

April 11 - Pink Bunny Door Hanger

Sign up here!

LS Chapel News

This week in Godly Play we are exploring the story of Jesus and the children.  Jesus welcomes young children when the disciples try to turn them away.  This is one of many stories of compassion that we will highlight this month as we focus on compassion as our character virtue... click the photo to read the full story.

Chapel Readers: Gloria Calhoun and Zayd Dalabih

Cantors: Olivia Tulgetske, Lindley Bailey, and Mary-Margaret Rutledge. 

 LS Pride Patrol - 4/8-4/12

Students assigned to Pride Patrol please be here and ready to start welcoming students at 7:30 a.m. If you cannot make it one day, please contact Tonya Thomas.

PreK: Vivian Huff, Ellis Glover, Clark Blackmon, Addison Crank, Hannah Crank

K-5: Lucy Haynes, Ben Blackmon, Gloria Calhoun, John Crank, Leo Davis

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