Two years removed from an appearance in the SPC 4A championship game, Episcopal School of Dallas is not ready to start over.Read more
These camps encourage students to keep learning, develop new skills, and have fun.Read more
Standing over 6 feet tall, Katherine Mote gravitated to the basketball court.Read more
Three Episcopal School of Dallas sophomores led a 33-person team to raise $128,310 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.Read more
Soccer is a sport of goals, and Truth Byars has achieved most of hers, ever since spending countless hours on the sidelines watching her two older sisters.Read more
Jack Betts went to Amherst College looking to make his mark as a wide receiver, not an entrepreneur.Read more
Dallas’ growing Buddy Up Tennis program had a need. Episcopal School of Dallas had facilities and people who could help.Read more
Chase Kennedy will graduate from the Episcopal School of Dallas next spring with a scholarship to a major college football program and a legacy as one of the top defensive linemen in school history.
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At a small private school like ESD, multi-sport athletes are commonplace. At an NCAA Division I university like Duke? They’re rare.
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Even in a five-game makeshift season with no championship aspirations, the stakes were high for ESD in 2020.
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In her native Minnesota, thousands of teenage girls play ice hockey — both for their school and year-round traveling teams.Read more