Small Class Size
With an average class size of 10-15 students, teachers develop and sustain close relationships with students and their families.
An Outstanding Faculty
CES teachers are dedicated to the art of teaching and committed to their own professional development. 73% of our teachers have Master's degrees and our Head of School holds a doctorate degree in education.
A Family School
Our programs engage parents and families in our educational program and in our broader community. Our decisions take families' needs to heart. Through the activities of the Parents' Association, parents find ways to participate and contribute.
LIFT: Learning Integration for Tomorrow
A Values-Centric Education on the Digital Frontier. LIFT is a powerful, 21st century curriculum delivery model developed by Christ Episcopal School and Johns Hopkins University's Center for Technology in Education.
Each year, our teachers engage in professional growth programs locally and across the country. From the essentials of Language Arts and Mathematics to extension activities and "specials," teachers continually refine materials and methods to ensure best practices and classroom effectiveness.
Each day begins with a spiritual service that affirms our faith in the Episcopal traditions and the values that will carry our students through the day.
Daily Physical Education
CES is dedicated to educating the mind, body and spirit. Students engage in daily PE as every young mind needs daily exercise.
Cardinal Character Education
Named for our cardinal mascot, our character education program reinforces the thoughtful, respectful interactions that are an important emphasis in all aspects of school life. The program is active, structured and is woven throughout every school day from the Preschool through Grade 8.
Our Service Learning program teaches children the value of giving back. Our curriculum and service opportunities reinforce one another, leading to deeper reflection. Students engage in service to local, regional, and global communities, connecting them to a purpose larger than themselves.