Celebrating 40 Years of Success!
Thank you for being a part of our history.
Our alumni have become doctors, dentists, lawyers, nurses, teachers, and local business owners. Their success began here, at Epiphany Day School, with a strong academic, social, and religious foundation.
To preserve another 40 years of success, we are asking for your participation in the EDS Preserve the Legacy Campaign.
Preserve the Legacy
As an independent school, Epiphany receives no direct financial support from federal, state, or local governments, or from the Episcopal Diocese. Tuition and fees do not cover the schools entire operating budget, thus requiring us to seek funding from other sources. Financial gifts from Epiphany Day School supporters provide the only non-tuition source of income for the school.
To ensure our community continues to have access to the same level of excellence for the next 40 years, we are asking alumni, parents, grandparents, teachers, and friends of our school to give what you can to help us reach our enrichment goals.
If every alumni donated $100, we would reach our $40,000 campaign funding goal. Your contributions are tax deductible, helps keep tuition increases to a minimum, and provides evidence of community support for grant applications. Thank you for considering a donation to this important cause.
Access to Technology
With a newly deployed computer lab, we aim to improve access to technology for students in the classroom and for teachers. This includes the cost of maintenance, licenses, and devices.
Art, Music, and Language Enrichment
At EDS, art, music, and language are a core part of expression inside and outside the classroom and foundational to the EDS curriculum. Funding art instruction helps children with the development of motor skills, social skills, risk-taking, and creativity.