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March 31, 2023 | Grandparents & Special Friends Day

We are excited to welcome you on Friday, March 31, for Grandparents and Special Friends Day! We will have a special all-school program featuring performances from students in all three divisions, a reception, and time for you to experience the campus.

Please use this link or the button below to register for the event.

Please contact Associate Head of School for Strategic Initiatives and Enrollment Management, Matt Radtke at or Director of Advancement, Hannah Bryan at with any questions you may have.

Event Details

9:30 a.m. Grandparents & Special Friends Program (Championship Gym)

11:00 a.m. Explore Episcopal with your grandchild(ren)

Grandparents and Special Friends with child(ren) in the Lower School (PK3-5th Grade)

  • Students will be dismissed by grade level and will be directed to their homeroom classes. 
  • Grandparents and Special Friends with only grandchild(ren) in PK3-5th Grades will walk to the Lower School and receive directions upon entering the building. 
  • Guests will have the opportunity to visit Lower School classrooms and meet your grandchildren’s teachers. 
  • Lower School will dismiss at 11:30 a.m., however, Grandparents and Special Friends are free to depart campus once they have finished their visit. 

Grandparents and Special Friends with child(ren) in the Middle School (6th-8th Grade)

  • Middle School students will meet their guests in the Dining Hall (across from Championship Gym).
  • Guests will have the opportunity to visit the 7th and 8th Grade Science Expo and tour the Middle School.
  • 6th Grade Grandparents will tour classes first and then go to Science Expo.
  • 7th & 8th Grade Grandparents will tour Science Expo first and then tour the Middle School. 

Grandparents and Special Friends with child(ren) in the Upper School (9th-12th Grade)

  • Upper School students will meet their guests in the Championship Gym (current location).
  • Guests will have the opportunity to tour the Upper School and attend one of the following classes.
  • 'Religious Education at an Episcopal School'' - Father Rob Leacock, School Chaplain (Upper School SImpson Library at 11:15 a.m.)
  • “The Other World War II” - Dr. Bruce Hall, History Department (Upper School AAC at 11:15 a.m.)

Please know all Grandparents and Special Friends are welcomed to attend the demo classes located in the Upper School*

What if I have grandchildren in multiple divisions? 

  • We invite you to join your Middle School or Upper School grandchild in the Dining Hall (across from the Championship Gym). From there, we ask that you start your tour in your youngest grandchild’s division. Your elder grandchild will act as your very own Episcopal Collegiate tour guide!

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Grandparents and friends play a special role in the development of a student’s learning and maturation. We are honored to have you, and your grandchildren, as part of our Episcopal Collegiate family. We would love to connect with you and invite you to support our students in a variety of ways. To learn more about events on campus, view our online calendar here. 



2022-23 Episcopal Collegiate Annual Fund

Support of the Episcopal Collegiate Annual Fund ensures that every Wildcat has a distinctive experience during their time here. This yearly need funds the ongoing investments in facilities, faculty, and programs that set the Episcopal experience apart.

Each year, the Annual Fund supports the School's operating budget, as the actual cost of educating one student is around $6,195 more than the average cost of tuition. That gap is funded by the School's generous endowment and the Annual Fund.

A gift to the Annual Fund impacts every aspect of student life from the hallways to the locker bays and from the classrooms to the court. By supporting the Annual Fund, you make a significant difference in the lives of all of our students.