"When asked what we hoped to achieve when founding The Epiphany School of Global Studies, my wife and I have always had the same answer: We wanted the school to be an amazing educational institution where teaching and learning aren’t limited to the classroom but instead encourages students to visit and experience other places and cultures; a school where students can learn in a joyful yet rigorous academic atmosphere that prepares them for success in college and beyond in the 21st century; a place where honesty, respect, integrity, service, and responsibility are qualities held in the highest regard; a learning environment rooted in the commandment to Love God and Your Neighbor as Yourself; a community of students where those of all faiths feel welcome; a school with the lowest tuition possible."
Nicholas Sparks, a 1988 high honors graduate from the University of Notre Dame, is the #1 New York Times best-selling author of 17 novels and a memoir. He is the first to admit that education is the primary guiding influence in his life.
"When my husband and I founded The Epiphany School of Global Studies, we based our dream on four major pillars: We wanted a rigorous college-preparatory school; a school with a special emphasis on understanding the world and developing necessary 21st-century skills; a school that embraced Christian tradition while simultaneously welcoming students of all faiths; and a tuition kept at moderate levels. All decisions regarding the school—regardless of whether the decisions are made by trustees, administrators, staff, or faculty—are built on these four pillars."
Catherine Sparks, a 1998 graduate of the University of New Hampshire, is the mother of five children, three of whom were homeschooled. One child is a graduate of The Epiphany School of Global Studies, and three others currently attend the school.