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    ARTS ON THE MOVE: A Celebration of Student Work in the Arts

    On Thursday, January 29, celebrate Episcopal's vibrant arts community at Arts on the Move, a free visual and performing arts showcase. Beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Main Stage Theatre, Arts on the Move will open with music and dance at 6:30 p.m. and will then move to the Crawford Campus Center Gallery for a reception of student work from JTerm’s ART rEvolution. The event will close with Winter Shorts, short plays that are written, directed, and performed by EA students.

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    Olivia DeSalvo ’10 cooks her way to the Super Bowl

    Olivia DeSalvo ’10 is enrolled in the Advanced Culinary Arts Program at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) in Napa Valley. Earlier this month, DeSalvo was asked to compete for scholarship money and a trip to the Super Bowl via PepsiCo’s “Game Day Grub Match” contest. To read more about DeSalvo and watch a USA Today video of the competition, click more.

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    Greg Smith ’17 joins Honors Chorus

    This past weekend, Greg Smith ’17 performed in the PMEA District 12 Honors Chorus at Immaculata University. He was one of 168 singers who sang a spectacular concert under the leadership of Dr. Thomas Lloyd from Haverford College. Greg was also one of the few to be chosen to sing tenor with the Regional Honors Chorus after an intense audition.

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    EA’s girls squash team is blessed with tremendous depth

    Episcopal Academy coach Tina Rix is excited to see how her 2015 Inter-Ac champion girls squash team stacks up against the best teams in the region and the nation over the next two weeks. To read more about this talent-laden team, including juniors Madison Soukup and Julia Thompson (pictured), click more.

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    STOP HUNGER NOW event is a huge success

    An energetic brigade of EA students and parents joined together to make thousands of meals for the hungry. To read more about the STOP HUNGER NOW event, click more.

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    Reilly Dugery ’15 named an Intel Science Talent Search semifinalist

    Episcopal Academy senior Reilly Dugery has earned the prestigious distinction of being named a 2015 Intel Student Talent Search semifinalist for her research on formiminoglutamase from Trypanosoma cruzi, which causes Chagas disease in humans. To read more about Reilly, click more.




Report Cards Issued

Art rEvolution Show 1/7 - 2/2

Location: C233 Art Gallery

Third Grade Field Trip to Arden Theater

Location: EA Newtown Sq. Time: 8:30am

2nd grade Parent Swim Leach/Welch

Location: Burke Natatorium Time: 8:45am

Guys Read Library Lunch Bunch

Location: L230 Time: 11:00am