Stay Connected

We love it when Epiphany School alumni return to campus—whether it’s to say hello to former teachers, to take part in service learning, to attend a class reunion, or simply to visit. See below for ways to be involved and watch this page for upcoming alumni events.

Alumni Opportunities To Be Involved:

Once you become an Epiphany School alumnus/na, you are forever a part of this caring and supportive community. Whether you are a seventh grader, high school sophomore, college graduate, out-of-towner or local community member, there are many inviting ways for you to STAY INVOLVED in life at Epiphany School.

  • Share your story with our Update magazine staff
  • Join us and volunteer at Day of Caring, May 4, noon to 3 pm
  • Peer Tutor in our after-school Homework Club
  • Join us and volunteer at Carnival this Fall, Date TBA
  • Offer to speak, teach, support, and play at camps
  • Volunteer in classrooms or on our playground
  • Participate in service learning projects

    For more information contact Elizabeth O'Shea, Director of Development
  • Alumni!

    We need YOU!
    Be a Homework Club Volunteer Tutor at Epiphany School!


    One of the most popular after school activities with our 3rd-5th graders is Homework Club, which provides our students with a place to focus on their work in various subjects and receive help as needed. Being a Volunteer Homework Club Tutor at Epiphany School will give you the opportunity to assist students and refresh your own memory on all those subjects you learned so long ago!


    • Assist the Homework Club Teacher in tutoring and encouraging and modeling respectful behavior
    • Guide students through social situations like sharing, working together, etc.
    • Shifts are from 3:30pm-4:45pm Mondays-Thursdays. Your schedule can be flexible, but preference will be given to applicants who can commit to 3-4 shifts per month. Scheduling is done online, making it easy to fit in around other extra curricular activities.


    • Must be in 6th Grade or above
    • Must be patient, kind, and respectful
    • Able to explain concepts relating to math, science and language to elementary aged children
    • Maintain confidentiality regarding the learning abilities and styles of Epiphany Students
    • Must submit to a background check
    • Graduates of Epiphany School are preferred

    To Apply:

    • Write and submit a cover letter (no more than one page) explaining:
      • Why you are interested in volunteering at Epiphany as a Homework Club Tutor
      • Why you think you will be a good tutor
      • A situation where you helped someone in need
      • Drop off or mail to Epiphany School Attn: J. Tags, 3611 E Denny Way, Seattle WA 98122 or email

    Elizabeth O'Shea
    Director of Development
    Epiphany School
    (206) 720-7667