Epiphany Day School

Epiphany Day School is a co-educational independent school founded by Episcopalians for Pre-Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. We provide a challenging academic program enhanced by arts integration and experiential learning. We value scholarship, honor, and service. 

Epiphany Day School does not discriminate on the basis of physical disability, race, color, religion or ethnic origin in admissions/administrative policies and programs.


Once an inquiry is made, an admissions packet is mailed or sent electronically from the school by the Admission Director.  The family is invited to make an appointment for a campus tour.  The following information is gathered to complete an application for admission to Epiphany Day School:

  • Completed student application form

  • Previous school records and/or a copy of past and current progress reports or report cards must also be submitted

  • Student site visit or "Buddy Day"

  • Admission testing is required for children entering kindergarten through grade five. School records and admission testing are not required for younger applicants.

Testing for admission to the grades is usually done in January and early February before the child enters the next September.  However, testing will be scheduled at any time there is an opening at a particular grade level or when the parent wishes to apply for the waiting list.  

Wait List Policy

In the event of an excess number of applicants for a particular grade, priorities have been established.  First priority is an Episcopal child with siblings already attending Epiphany.  Second priority is an Episcopal child from a family in good standing in the Episcopal church, with no siblings attending.  Third priority is a child who is not Episcopalian, but has siblings attending. Fourth priority is any qualified applicant.  Fifth priority is those placed at the Head of School's discretion.


Epiphany Day School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid and loan programs, and athletic or other school administered programs.  Children with learning disabilities or physical handicaps are accepted on the basis of the school's resources to accommodate special needs within the mainstream classroom.

Thank y’all so much for bringing out the best in my daughter & giving her the opportunity to shine!
— Charisse Broussard, 4th grade parent

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Epiphany Day School does not discriminate on the basis of physical ability, race, color, religion or ethnic origin in admissions/administrative policies and programs.