Episcopal Day School
340 E. Massachusetts Ave.
Southern Pines, NC 28387
Tel: (910) 692-3492
Grades Pre-K through 5th grade
Tom Brereton, Head of School
BA Psychology, Cornell University
MAT History/Social Sciences, Colgate University
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When we opened our doors in 1959, we began a tradition of academic excellence that continues to this day. We believe the primary purpose of our school is to provide quality education in a Christian environment. We emphasize spiritual and moral values as well as academic studies.
Our low student to teacher ratio and small class size allow for personal attention to the needs of each child.
Our teachers are the heart and soul of our school. The faculty at Episcopal Day School is committed to excellence in education and recognizes the need to inspire, challenge, and nurture the development of all students.
Our campus covers over four acres and includes eighteen classrooms, a library/computer lab, music room, art room, common room, playground, soccer field, and the historic Emmanuel Episcopal Church.
Our parents are an essential part of the success of our school. Not only do they visit and volunteer, they also support their children’s best efforts with genuine interest and active participation in school activities.
Our school is a place of friendships and of celebration. Events such as Awesome Autumn, International Day, May Day, musical performances, art exhibits and an overnight field trip for fifth graders, are but a few of the extra-curricular activities happening at Episcopal Day School.
We invite you to visit our beautiful campus and take the time to get to know our faculty. An investment in Episcopal Day School in an investment in your child’s future!
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