At Episcopal Day, Mustang Discovery Night is a unique opportunity for parents and guardians to step into the world of their students and witness the incredible journey their children undertake throughout the academic year.
On Thursday, January 18 the Brown University Jabberwocks performed at Episcopal Day School.
Step into the vibrant world of our youngest learners at the Episcopal Day School of St. Matthew!
In a heartwarming display of holiday cheer, the annual Charles House Christmas pageant unfolded on December 21, 2023, as our pre-K and kindergarten students together with their fourth-grade peers brought the story of the nativity to life.
Hip Hop For Change came to Episcopal Day to teach students about the powerful, culture-shifting Hip Hop movement.
Donut Day brings Episcopal Day's families, students, faculty, and staff together in a spirit of community, friendship, and fun.
Episcopal Day On Ice brings over 1,200 skaters for 6 hours of free skating to San Mateo's Ice Rink in Central Park.
Episcopal Day welcomes Grandfriends back on campus to celebrate the cherished annual tradition in person.
We would like to wish a warm Episcopal Day congratulations to the Class of 2022.
Waves of blue and yellow glistened across Mustang Meadow as 8th grade competed against faculty and staff in the nostalgic student vs. faculty kickball game.
Second Grade students were very excited about their service learning project this year as they were eager to help our neighbors at the Dorothy Schneider Cancer Center, which is located right next door to our school.
Episcopal Day celebrated May Day last week, one of our school’s most beloved traditions. A special magic was in the air as this was our first traditional May Day since spring 2019.
Episcopal Day teachers and staff were so excited to welcome the class of 2018 back to campus.
In fall 2021, an idea was ignited among Ms Adenekan, Ms. Jiwani, and five middle school students — Anya, Ellie, Kendall, Serena, and Yasmin.
7th grade conducted a fire lab with Mr. Farrington to examine what elements make forests more or less flammable.