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.

Our first meeting is this week!

Parents, please click HERE to view the 4-H introductory letter. 

Our first meeting will be THIS Wednesday morning before school @7:30 am. Click HERE to view it on our calender. At this meeting your children will learn what 4-H has to offer them, and meet the LSU Ag Center sponsors who will be working with us closely to ensure our club is a success. 

At this time, the 4-H program is only open to 4th and 5th graders. We are working on a mentor program for lower grades. 

Here is a word from one of our LSU Ag Center sponsors:

Join over 240,000 young people in Louisiana in celebrating the many years of accomplishment and service the 4-H organization has provided during National 4-H Week slated for OCTOBER 5-11, 2014

 Did you know that 4-H is the nation’s largest youth organization? Worldwide, there are over 6 million youth who participate. 4-H is in all 64 Louisiana parishes, in all 50 states and in more than 80 countries. Over 240,000 of Louisiana’s young people are involved in 4-H. All you have to do is look at your local level to find young people taking the lead in addressing today’s challenges.  In Louisiana, 4-H is a part of LSU AgCenter Cooperative Extension. 4-H takes research-based information from the nation’s land-grant universities to youth in urban, small-town and rural communities. In Louisiana, 4-H is headquartered on the Louisiana State University campus in Baton Rouge.

 Using the four-leaf clover for its emblem, each leaf carries an H. The four H's on the four-leaf clover stand for head, heart, hands and health. 4-H follows the philosophy of learning by doing. Youth develop life skills through hands-on projects that range from citizenship to expressive arts, communication to foods and nutrition, and leadership to science and technology.  4-H is for youth in grades 4 through 12. Youth can belong to 4-H individually or as members of clubs and groups. They can make new friends, visit new places, go on trips, attend workshops and conferences, host meetings and help their communities. 4-H is where young people explore, learn and discover in a safe environment. In 4-H, youth find their true passions, gain confidence and give back to their community. Celebrate 4-H as youth step up and take responsibility for their future and ours.  You will find a National 4-H Week Kit designed for Louisiana by clicking HERE. 

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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.