What is the service?
Community service is encouraged through our association with the Kiwanis Club, and Episcopal offers all three student organizations for elementary through high school with its K-Kids, Builders Club, and Key Club organizations.
Service club members have collectively volunteered more than 200 service hours and raised over $2,000 during the past academic year. Students take initiative with numerous projects, such as putting out flags for each patriotic holiday, raising money for Children's Hospital, and collecting stuffed animals for Kids in Crisis.
Episcopal is truly creating happy, fruitful adults who will go forth and positively contribute to their communities.
Episcopal Day School has two goals in mind - to help each child to find his or her own gifts and to develop them to the fullest so that they may be happy, successful adults contributing to their communities.
The Episcopal Day School has served the Gadsden community for 65 years. Established in 1952, today Episcopal is a vibrant community of learners from 12 months through the 12th grade. Episcopal has a 100 percent graduation rate, and all of our graduates, beginning with our first class in 2009.