Here’s a look at this week’s on-campus activities. What a week to be a Knight!
Lower School students learned about mimicry, camouflage, bluffing and more from the animal experts at Barn Hill Preserve. Students had the opportunity to see creatures including a bearded dragon, African grey parrot and even a two-toed sloth.
Congratulations to five Episcopal musicians who were selected for the District Four Honor Band! The students had to audition to be a part of the ensemble, which represents the best in the region.
The harmonies of the Foto Sisters rang through the Greer Center this week. Lower School students were captivated by Adelyn, Gaylyn and Katelyn as they sang and played piano, violin, viola and cello.
Family and friends of former Episcopal Head Chaplain Father Ralph Howe joined Upper School Chapel this week to dedicate the St. Francis window in his honor. Father Howe, who was part of the Episcopal family for ten years, had this advice for students - “Take advantage of your time here. It is a very special place.”