At Parish Episcopal School, the educational process engages not only the student, but the family as well. We believe that life outside of the classroom should also be a vital part of every student’s educational experience. Campus life plays an invaluable role in the mental, physical and spiritual development of Parish students.
As a Christian school firmly rooted in the Episcopal tradition, Parish is an inclusive community grounded in respect and honor for each of our members. The religious diversity of our school community provides a magnificent opportunity to foster the spiritual formation of our students from a variety of faith backgrounds. There are five daily chapel services (PreK 3 & 4; Kindergarten, Primer, 1st & 2nd grades; 3rd & 4th grades; Middle School; Upper School) that center our community life.
Parish’s Legacy program gives students in 1st through 12th grade, as well as faculty and staff, a unique opportunity to regularly connect with one another in what we call Legacy Families. Just as our close-knit, open-minded community sets us apart from other schools, so does our Legacy program.
As an Episcopal school dedicated to respecting the dignity of every human being, Parish strives to empower students to become globally minded servant leaders. As servant leaders, students build relationships with the local and broader community in order to expand their responsibility as citizens and make a difference in the lives of others.
We are dedicated to ensuring that your child is not only safe and healthy at school but we will work with you to guide your children on a path of total wellness.
PAWS is your one stop shop for all required uniform apparel and accessories, as well as a wide variety of school-approved outerwear. Plus, we have all the gear you need to show your Panther Pride! From youth to adult, red to blue and tutus to golf shirts, we’ve got you covered.
From the moment that we stepped onto the campus for the first time 9 years ago, we knew that Parish was a very special place. Our family is very grateful to be a part of such a warm, nurturing and supportive community of faculty, staff and parents.Marty Debus, Middle School parent and board of trustee