According to Arkansas State Law, no private school student of this state shall be admitted to school who is not age-appropriately immunized or has submitted current appropriate exemption paperwork. Additional immunization requirements for school admittance besides the normal mandated pre-school aged immunizations are listed below. Your physician will be familiar with these requirements.
Entering PK students must have 2 Hepatitis A vaccines.
Students who are turning or have turned 11 years of age as of September 1st of each year are required to get a Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccine on or after the 11th birthday. Students need to be 11 years old to get this vaccine.
All students entering the 7th grade are required to receive a meningococcal vaccine. Most students get this vaccine when they get their Tdap at age 11.
Upper School students who have turned or will turn 16 years of age as of September 1st of each year are required to get a 2nd meningococcal vaccine. You must be 16 to get this vaccine.
Please take care of these vaccinations before school starts in August and please ask the doctor’s office to update the Web-IZ. If the doctor’s office does not enter data into the Web-IZ, please bring a copy to any school division office in an envelope addressed to Nurse Hopkins.
Student Immunization Information
Number of students with exemptions from at least one immunization requirement. 7
Percent of total students that this represents. 0.9%
Number of students not in compliance with immunization requirements. 4 (categorized as in-process due to conflicting vaccinations)
Percent of students not in compliance that this represents. 0.5%
Follow the links below to review the dress code guidelines. Please note, all uniform bottoms should be consistent with the Episcopal uniform color and style pattern, but do not have to be purchased through the Toggery.
All automobiles transporting students must be registered and display an Episcopal Collegiate automobile sticker. Other vehicles should receive a visitor’s pass. The school reserves the right to limit student automobiles for reasons of parking space and safety. Licensed students are permitted to drive automobiles and motorcycles to school. To have the privilege of driving any motorized vehicle, the student must complete a registration form provided by the school and receive a parking permit. Please refer to the Upper School handbook for more information regarding student vehicle parking and carpool information.
Students have access to printers, copiers, and scanners.
All students have access to GSuite with GMail, Docs, and Drive.
Students use their Google username and password to access their classes and resources through Canvas.
All students and parents have individual accounts to Canvas and Veracross. We use Veracross to record and access grades. Students and parents will receive an email with login instructions for Veracross from Julie Fitz later this summer. We use Canvas for daily assignments and course material. Parents will use their same Veracross username and password to access Canvas.
All students in 1st - 8th grade receive a Chromebook. Students in grades 5 - 9 will be able to take their Chromebooks home every evening.
All upper school students are expected to provide a laptop for use in Upper School classes. Minimally, students should pick a laptop with 8GB of memory and 128GB of storage. 9th grade students can use a Chromebook if they prefer.
Although GSuite is our primary production software, Upper School students have free access to Microsoft Office if needed.
Loaner laptops are available for Middle and Upper School students on a limited basis.
Technology support is available to all students, but support to personally owned devices in Upper School is limited to connectivity, software troubleshooting, and hardware diagnostics.
Questions? Please contact Don Stalls, Director of Innovation and Technology.
The Episcopal Collegiate Community Handbook contains a wealth of information, and will answer many questions families may have about school policies and procedures. Information about dress codes, behavioral expectations, etc. are all contained in the handbooks.
All students are provided supplies in the Lower School. There is no need to purchase additional supplies. We will make sure students have their own supplies rather than sharing with classmates as they have in the past. Students in fourth and fifth grades are allowed to decorate their lockers, so those materials may be purchased if desired.
Students may bring a water bottle and a snack with them each day. Additional items, such as a change of clothes, will be needed for students in grades PreK-3 through Kindergarten.
Teachers will provide a list if anything additional is needed, during orientation.
We are pleased to continue our partnership with local bookseller Wordsworth Books to source our textbooks for the 2022-23 school year. Wordsworth has customized a web interface for our school to make it as easy as possible for you to order books. Books for Middle School are listed by grade level and for Upper School by subject and course. If you do not see a course or book listed, it is because the course does not require a book or the teacher is ordering that book and charging FACTS. The Wordsworth Book Ordering side will be available in July.
Linked below is this year's textbook information, including ISBN numbers for selected texts. Any pricing listed here reflects current information available and is subject to change based on publishers. We strongly encourage you to purchase books from Wordsworth as this is the only way to ensure that you receive the correct editions.