Respect, Responsibility, Resourcefulness

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Respect, Responsibility, Resourcefulness

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Respect, Responsibility, Resourcefulness

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Located in Seattle's Madrona neighborhood, Epiphany School is an independent, non-parochial school serving Pre-K through Fifth Grade.

We inspire and challenge every child to be a  learner.

  • confident
  • curious
  • courageous

Young Leaders with Character

We nurture and develop confident leaders who truly know themselves—in a community that values uniqueness.

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Foundations for Student Success

Students grow in foundational knowledge, expand interests through experiential, integrated lessons, and assess their own achievements.

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Welcoming, Engaged Families

Families are vital to our active community where adults and children work together to find joy, meaning, and purpose in learning.

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Adults Who Love to Learn

Our faculty and staff are nourished and inspired by continued professional development and knowledge sharing.

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A Legacy of Excellence

For more than sixty years, we have honored customs that promote pride and belonging across generations.

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Today at Epiphany School...

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    “Epiphany was responsible for teaching me how to learn. Epiphany teachers are the ones I remember, the ones who changed my life.”
    — Ethan Rutherford '91
    “We loved our time at Epiphany School. The school sparked in our daughter the love of learning and exploring—and the willingness to stretch. Epiphany encouraged public expression, presentation, and performance in a way that was nurturing and inclusive. She and her classmates grew in so many ways.” — Rob Lilleness, Parent of Alumni '19
    “My years at Epiphany School were some of the best years of my life. I have amazing memories of learning and growing in a community that was like family. My three siblings and I all thrived there.” — Dani Butler '15
    “Epiphany taught me to take on challenges head-first. I learned that making mistakes was okay and if you get something wrong you actually learn from it. Now I feel more confident trying new things.” — Peter Straley '19