The Episcopal School of Dallas encourages the intellectual, spiritual, physical, and social development of its students through a challenging college-preparatory curriculum infused with enduring...
The Episcopal School of Dallas encourages the intellectual, spiritual, physical, and social development of its students through a challenging college-preparatory curriculum infused with enduring values. Guided by a gifted and innovative faculty, ESD's rich academic program teaches students to think critically, express creatively, write coherently, speak persuasively, and work both independently and collaboratively. Students are expected to develop a confident understanding of the arts, the humanities, foreign languages, mathematics, science, and technology. ESD students are well-rounded in the best sense of this phrase: successful in the classroom, engaged in the arts, active in athletics and wellness programming, and community-minded in their embrace of leadership and service opportunities.
ESD places 100 percent of its graduates in four-year colleges and universities across the country, and the Class of 2013 earned more than $12 million in scholarships to attend the colleges of their choice. In 2012-13, nine ESD seniors committed to play their chosen sport at top colleges, including the Air Force Academy, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Harvard.
In September 2013, ESD installed its second Head of School, Meredyth M. Cole. "Children become what they behold; this joint venture between parents and educators must reflect a shared understanding of a school's mission," Cole says. "The best schools, like ESD, meet students where they are, then provide challenge, nurture, inspiration, and structure so that each student can reach his or her full potential."
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