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    EA community mourns Evie O’Brian ‘14

    Our entire community continues to grieve over the loss of our beloved Evie O’Brian ’14. Memorial services for Evie O’Brian will be held in the Class of 1944 Chapel at Episcopal Academy this Wednesday, July 23, at 7:00 p.m. All are welcome to attend. To read a message from Episcopal's Greville Haslam Head of School T.J. Locke and The Reverend James R. Squire about Evie, click more.

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    Dean of Faculty Doug Parsons is following in William Woodsworth’s footsteps

    Thanks to a generous grant from the Crawford Hill Fund, Upper School English teacher and Dean of Faculty Doug Parsons will be “Following in the Footsteps of William Wordsworth” from July 22-August 1. Doug will be visiting the sites that were important to Wordsworth and his poetry: Salisbury Plain, Holford in Somerset where Wordsworth and Coleridge composed Lyrical Ballads, the Wye Valley and Tintern Abbey, Mount Snowden in northwestern Wales, and of course England’s Lake District, where Wordsworth was born, grew up, and spent most of his adult life. If you’ve never read Wordsworth, or if you’ve read him a little bit and would like to read some more, follow Doug as he retraces Wordsworth's footsteps by clicking more.

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    Ben Burman ’15 playing in this weekend’s Big 26 Baseball Classic

    Junior Ben Burman, who led Episcopal Academy’s baseball team in batting average, hits, and RBIs this season, is representing the state of Pennsylvania in the 3rd Annual Big 26 Baseball Classic this weekend at Metro Bank Park in Harrisburg, Pa. The Big 26 Classic has a community service component as well as each player, including Burman, is paired for the weekend with a “Big 26 Buddy,” a person between the ages of 5 and 21 with special needs who receives special educational services due to their disabilities. Ben was pictured in today’s Harrisburg Patriot-News, running toward home plate with his “buddy”—Matthew Sites of Shippensburg. To read more about Ben, click more.

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    John Langdon ’64 pens opinion piece in July 15 Philadelphia Inquirer

    A logo design specialist and typography professor at Drexel University, John Langdon ’64 wrote an opinion piece entitled “What’s in a logo? More than meets the eye” that appeared in the July 15 edition of the Philadelphia Inquirer. To read Langdon’s piece, click more.

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    Living the Stripes in the summertime

    When Stephanie and Whit Powell asked their daughter Caroline, an Episcopal Academy second grader-to-be, what she wanted for her birthday, she responded: “I have everything I want. Let's do something for the animals at the SPCA." Caroline Powell suggested that each child attending her party bring something to donate to the Chester County SPCA (CCSPCA). To read more about Caroline's generosity, click more.

  • Chris Ashton (left), 41, holding Reggie, and his wife Natasha, 40, holding Montgomery, are co-founders and co-ceo's of their company Petplan, which sells pet medical insurance. ( photo courtesy of CLEM MURRAY / Inquirer Staff Photographer )

    EA parents Chris and Natasha Ashton featured in Philadelphia Inquirer

    Chris and Natasha Ashton have built Petplan, a multi-million company that provides insurance for dogs and cats. The company was featured in the July 14 edition of The Philadelphia Inquirer. To read about Petplan, click more.




Travel with students to Philadelphia Outward Bound School

Location: EA Newtown Sq. Time: 7:00am

Esse Quam Videri Retreat

Location: EA Newtown Sq. Time: 8:00am

Esse Quam Videri Retreat

Location: EA Newtown Sq. Time: 8:00am

Meet EA/Dorney Park

Location: Middle School Study Hall Time: 8:00am

Upper School Outward Bound Duffle Shuffle

Location: Field House Time: 5:00pm