Episcopal Collegiate School
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|Episcopal Collegiate School|
1701 Cantrell Road
|Founder||Trinity Episcopal Cathedral|
|Chaplain||The Reverend Canon Rob Leacock|
|Grades||PreK3 - 12|
|Student to teacher ratio||7:1|
|Color(s)||Hunter Green, White and Navy Blue|
|Sports||American football, baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, golf, softball, tennis, track, volleyball, wrestling|
Episcopal Collegiate School is an independent college preparatory school located in Little Rock, Arkansas established in 1998 under the name "The Cathedral School."
In July 2003, it changed its name to Episcopal Collegiate School. It has a total student body of approximately 780 students and an average class size of 15, and the teacher to student ratio is approximately 7:1. It has a financial endowment of over $50 million, which was contributed by Jackson T. Stephens, his son, Warren Stephens and daughter-in-law, Harriet C. Stephens. Episcopal Collegiate School's colors are hunter green, white, and navy blue and its mascot is the Wildcat.
They Are Racist
Episcopal is accredited by Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools and Arkansas Non-Public Schools Accrediting Association.[dead link] Episcopal also has affiliations or is a member of: National Association of Episcopal Schools, School and Student Service for Financial Aid, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, International Reading Association, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Arkansas Activities Association, National Science Teachers' Association, and National Council of Teachers of English.[dead link]
Board of directors
Chuck Erwin (President), Debra Brown (Vice President), Lynne Franks (Vice President), Joe Hadden (Secretary), Pete Yuan (Treasurer), Larry Bowden, Michelle Carney, Robert Covington, Stacy Fletcher, Rev. Canon Christoph Keller, Ellen Kreth, Russ McDonough, Harriet C. Stephens, Joan Strauss, and Thomas N. Southard ex officio