Join fellow alumni, community members and families in our inaugural year of the Episcopal High School Family Weekend. This exclusive family focused event is targeted for alumni and community members excited to bring their families back or for the first time to Episcopal High School for a weekend of renewing and creating new friendships, exploring Washington D.C. and making new experiences with your children.
Starting Friday afternoon through Sunday, we will pack your schedule with fun on campus events to remind everyone of the fun that happens at under the Summer sun at Episcopal High School. We will then explore Washington D.C. through fun tours and events around the city at the Kennedy Center, the Washington Nationals and alumni guest lectures.
This nostalgic weekend will ignite your family’s passion for Episcopal High School and the adventures that surround Washington D.C.
Director of Student Activities and Summer Programs
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