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    Curtis Zappala ’15 to play in nationally televised UnderArmour All-American Game on July 3

    Curtis Zappala ’15, a University of Maryland signee, will play for the South team in the UnderArmour Lacrosse All-American game that will be televised from Towson University on ESPNU this Friday, July 3 at 8 p.m. To read more about Zappala and the other Episcopal invitees to the UnderArmour lacrosse events, click more.

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    EA's Class of 2015: Where they are headed in the fall

    The Episcopal Academy’s Class of 2015 is a group of spirited, unique, and talented individuals who have excelled in the classroom, on the stage, in laboratories, and on the playing fields. As a result, they will be enrolling in some of the most highly selective colleges and universities in the country this fall. To see a breakdown of where the Class of 2015 is headed, click more.

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    Sam Pope ’15 garners first-team All-Delco honors

    The Delaware County Daily Times unveiled its 2015 All-Delco boys outdoor track All-Delco teams, and Sam Pope, a record-setting triple jumper and accomplished sprinter for Episcopal Academy, earned first-team honors. EA’s Jermaine Rhoden was a 2015 honorable mention All-Delco choice. To read thumbnail bios of the first-teamers, including the Ursinus College-bound Pope (pictured), click here. To see a full list of the 2015 All-Delco boys track selections, click more.

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    Horizons at EA Kicks Off Summer Session

    There’s something magical about keeping students motivated to work on their academic skills over the summer, especially after a long school year.

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    Episcopal Academy girls track team performs well on national stage

    The Episcopal girls track team traveled to Greensboro, N.C. for the New Balance Outdoor Nationals on June 18-20. While there, the seven EA runners—seniors Tara Boyle, Alexis Malmberg, and Gianna Smith; juniors Margaux Paolino, Jessica Shanahan, and Courtnie Williamson; and sophomore Megan Zimmerman—took on some of the best runners in the country and performed well on the national stage. To read about them and watch some video of them in action, click more.

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    Delaware County Daily Times spotlights EA’s humanitarian efforts in Haiti

    A team of 14 Episcopal Academy students, parents, and EA staff members traveled to Cerca, Haiti recently for the dedication of a new school building and to provide medical screening for the community. To read the Delaware County Daily Times’ spotlight on EA’s three-year-old relationship with St. Marc’s School in Haiti, click more.



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