Service Learning and Community Outreach
A way of life for epiphany students, faculty, staff, and families
From pre-kindergarten onward, Epiphany School students are consistently engaged in creating changes that make the world a better place. Through community involvement and service learning, your child discovers:
- “I can help others in my school, my community, and the world.”
- "I can give my time, my energy, and my money to help other people."
- “I can accomplish bigger things when I work with others.”
- “I can make a difference in someone’s life.”
Service learning at Epiphany School provides your child with creative, fun, and interactive ways to experience the power of activism and service—from seasonal pop-up farmers markets that raise money for Seattle's Emergency Feeding Program, to monthly donation stations, to our year-round compost program, to our annual coin drive led entirely by fifth graders.
In addition to our annual Day of Caring each spring, a school day entirely dedicated to hands-on service learning, we also provide a broad range of opportunities for students and families that extend the lessons taught in classrooms. Contributions include time, energy, creativity, and crowd-sourcing to help improve the lives of people, animals, and the environment.
Epiphany School has many long-established relationships with local community organizations that serve families and youth, as well as a unique connection to a sister school in Uganda.