Epiphany School has a long-standing tradition of creating a caring, welcoming community in a safe and inspirational setting. Both in and out of the classroom, adults and children work side-by-side to build an environment of inclusivity where students, families, faculty, and staff can share, discover, explore, and play.
Inspiration is all around us – from the abstract art of Juan Alonso-Rodriguez to our leafy campus gardens that help students explore mathematics, Service Learning, and nature’s growth cycles. Every corner, open play space, and pathway has been consciously designed to contribute unique beauty and insight to the whole of Epiphany’s creative and collaborative culture.
Across our beautiful campus, we focus on creating opportunities that bring us together as a community.
Every fall, we invite our neighbors to help start the school year with our much-anticipated Carnival, where alumni, friends, and families celebrate and play together.
Among our activities open to the broader community are: winter tours and Open House for prospective families and Epiphany Parent Council-sponsored lectures.
We also offer Fall and Spring coffees, Grandparents and Special Friends Teas and performances; an annual book fair, and many opportunities to be involved in the classroom, school clubs, or as a volunteer.
Campus life includes many leadership opportunities for students to have a voice, learn poise, and become active in engaging their peers, including through school performances and being Head of School for the day.
Having fun builds community among students, parents, and faculty. We start off with our annual Ice Cream Social and include fitness into the mix all year long with Bike and Walk to School Days, Track and Field Day, Family Fitness Night, the annual Fifth Grade/Faculty-Staff Kick Ball game, and a springtime Mileage Club, when we use pedometers to record, report, and compare daily steps.
Our Extended Day program offers Epiphany students abundant opportunities before and after school to engage in structured and unstructured play. Our School Clubs are numerous, diverse, and continually evolving to meet the unique needs of our student body. And our popular mid-winter, spring and summer camps extend our engaging and experiential learning from our school year into our students’ lives during school breaks.