Greetings, Prospective Mustangs!
Thank you for considering Episcopal Day School for your family. We are excited to announce that applications for the upcoming 2024-25 school year will be available on September 1, 2023.
For your convenience, we offer an entirely online application through Ravenna, an admission management platform used by independent schools nationwide. With your Ravenna account, you can sign up for admission events, submit required documents, and register for Open Houses. Additionally, Ravenna serves as a hub for all your applications.
Final admission decisions will be available in your Ravenna account at noon on Thursday, March 14, 2024. You will have until 10 am on Thursday, March 21, 2024, to accept or decline admission offers. Our Admissions team will notify applicants on the waitlist if spots become available after the initial decisions are posted.
|Learn More About Episcopal Day
Starting in late September, Episcopal Day will offer virtual information sessions, Learning in Action tours, and other opportunities to learn more about our Episcopal values and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Pre-K and Kindergarten applicants will be invited to Saturday morning playdates. Please reserve a spot through Ravenna on or after September 1.
Meet the Admissions Team
Dear Prospective Families,
We’re eager to connect with you personally and help you navigate the admissions process, as you learn more about how you can become part of the Episcopal Day family. The best way to convey the true meaning of our school community is to show it to you. We invite you to reach out to us directly to ask any questions you might have and schedule a tour where you will explore our classrooms, witness teaching in action, speak to students, and soak up the warmth that Episcopal Day has to offer.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Tish Scola and Roxy Nielsen
We WOULd love to answer your questions!
Call us at 650-274-0775
Setting Up Ravenna
- Set up your Ravenna Account
- Register for admission events including virtual information sessions, open houses, tours, and more.
- Delegate Recommendation Forms to your student’s teachers
- Request Transcript
- Schedule Admission Interviews
- Middle school (5-8) applications are due January 5, 2024
- Lower school (Pre-K-4) applications are due January 19, 2024
We’re a small school with a big heart.
We believe an inclusive learning environment is essential to inspire children to grow into compassionate and empathetic global citizens. Our school values diversity and welcomes students from all backgrounds. We guide students to be critical thinkers, problem solvers, and creative expressionists; fostering a love of learning and preparing them academically, socially, and emotionally to become leaders of positive change in the world.
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Our experience at Episcopal Day has been remarkable. Our son, Charlie started in the Pre-K Program in fall 2021. From the very first moment he stepped foot in his classroom Charlie and our family immediately felt connected to this wonderful community of educators, families, and students. The level of experiences, exploration, discussions, learning, and friendships that happen every day in the classrooms and playground at Charles House as well as main Baldwin Campus are extraordinary and invaluable. As a family we look forward to all the years to come at Episcopal Day. — Calihan Family
Our youngest of 4 children finally got to attend Episcopal Day in fall 2021. For years, he has been going to pick up and drop off, chapel, making deliveries to the office, and it is now his school community too. He sees kids at drop off and comments that his friends are here today. He knows that on Fridays he goes to Chapel on the “big school side” and gets to see his brother. Episcopal Day has become his community. He loves going to school to learn and have fun, but overall it’s a happy place for him because he knows he belongs. We are so grateful to be a part of Episcopal Day and thrilled that our son is having an incredible first school experience- one that instills the love of learning and that creates a sense of belonging. — Wilson Family
My son absolutely loves the Pre-K program at Episcopal Day, and I feel the same way he does. He even asks to go to school on holidays and weekends. The teachers are extremely nurturing, playful, and supportive and he feels well loved and cared for. He loves having a variety of specialist classes such as P.E., art, music, and Spanish. I like that there's a good balance of free play time as well as structured learning time. My son commented that, "I'm learning so much. They teach me all the sounds of the letters and how to write them!" I love that creativity is fostered and that the school works hard to maintain the magic time of childhood. For example, during the holidays, the whole class baked Gingerbread cookies and then believed that they escaped from the oven. The students had so much fun searching for them all over the main campus. My son still talks about that! I am very grateful for the supportive community that Episcopal Day has given us. — Coleman Family
Episcopal Day admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities of the School, and the School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, and national and ethnic origin in School-administered programs.