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Epiphany Day School is committed to providing a loving, nurturing, Christian environment with high academic standards and expectations. We strive to build character, confidence, and to teach a love of God, self, and others.

Epiphany Day School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of the organization. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and other organization-administered programs.


The curriculum of the school is so designed that students doing satisfactory work will be prepared to continue their independent school education at the Episcopal School of Acadiana, or any other school, public, parochial or independent. Since academic standards are subject to constant change and since each year brings a demand for increased academic prowess, the course of study must, of necessity, be both coordinated from grade to grade and also flexible enough to admit the inclusion of new texts, techniques and subject areas. The goal in all courses is to develop in each child, to the best of his/her ability, the work habits and intellectual attitudes that prepare students for success in the 21st century.


Epiphany Day School, a mission of the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany, is a co-educational Episcopal school for a diverse student body from Pre-Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. Its goal is to provide a challenging academic program for students with average and above-average ability. We seek to foster a love of learning, to teach students the skills of independent thinking as a basis for self-education, and to provide a religious education rooted in the Christian faith as practiced by the Episcopal Church. The overall school program is designed to allow students to develop to their full potential intellectually, spiritually, physically and morally.

Epiphany Day School is the Only Louisiana A+ School in Acadiana.

A+Schools are Based on Eight Learning Essentials



Evaluates achievement by allowing students to demonstrate mastery through multiple measures

Epiphany Day School Eight Learning Essentials


Organizes time, space, technology and resources to support transformative learning



Linking core classes to promote meaningful experiences and spark enthusiasm for learning

Epiphany Day School Eight Learning Essentials


Hands-on real world application of learning objectives, using differentiated instruction to support innovation and critical thinking

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Strengthens ownership across the school community while promoting broad-based leadership and intentional connections

Epiphany Day School Eight Learning Essentials


Teachers and students are respected, and the creative process is highly valued



Valued as essential to the learning process, taught daily and included in planning

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Provide opportunity for information to be absorbed in a variety of ways


We provide a challenging academic program enhanced by arts integration and experiential learning through our partnerships with the Acadiana Symphony,  the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts, and the Louisiana A+ Schools Network. 

EDS Epiphany Day School

PreK - 5th Grade

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