For students of the world, education lies outside the limits of tests and homework, and within universal perspectives. Learning on multiple continents is vital to the educational experience at The Epiphany School of Global Studies. A world-class education does not expire beyond college or across borders but urges students from deep within to learn for a lifetime.
We want students to have the opportunity to cast their horizons far and look beyond the limits they place on their future. Epiphany's approach to Global Studies is based on meaningful contact with communities in faraway places and letting students experience what life is like through eyes a world away. Students will gain an inclusive perspective and an understanding of their potential abilities and international impact.
During a time in which the lines drawn on a map mean less and the ink on a passport is a portfolio in itself, the only divide between peoples lies in human connection. We are preparing scholars for a global future that measures distance in languages and cultures, not miles.
Students at The Epiphany School of Global Studies have connected with cultures in:
More than ninety-five percent of our current 10th-12th grade students have traveled with the school to engage in learning opportunities in other countries, many of whom have traveled to multiple locations.
Grants are offered to help students afford international education opportunities. Please see Sandra Haddock, our Director of Global Education, for more information.
If you are completing community service toward your Sparks Grant/Travel Grant, be sure to log your hours on the portal (Quick Links) each time you finish a service opportunity. You must also maintain a paper log to be turned in with your final service write-up and turn it into Mrs. Haddock. All service hours must be turned in at least one month prior to the departure date of your trip.