To accomplish our mission, Ascension Episcopal School offers programs that:
Ascension Episcopal School is dedicated to creating and sustaining an environment in which we help each other identify, grow, and utilize our unique, God-given gifts and talents to build affirming relationships, to serve others, and to glorify God.
Ascension Episcopal School’s admission process is designed to admit qualified students who are capable of benefitting from the school’s college preparatory program and making a positive contribution to the school community.
KATC: Ascension Episcopal head coach Matt Desormeaux doesn't believe his team met its goals in 2018.A 9-3 record was met with a second round playoff loss in a 'close but no cigar' kind of year."Our team goals are the every year are the same thing. Perfect at home, win district, and win a state championship," he said. "You know, that's what we prepare for, and that's what we work to strive to get to."2019 is a new opportunity and AES has some new faces hoping to make an impact. Desormeaux has focused this spring on filling the void left by all-district running back Jhalen Brown. He's also looked at finding more weapons for quarterback Cole Simon. AES features 12 seniors and it's those players expected to make the impact.
The Daily Advertiser: Ascension Blue Gators safeties Andrew Stolzenthaler and Jaime Cordova have more in common than their position on the football field.In fact, Stolzenthaler and Cordova were brave to even be on the field last season, as they both suffered shoulder injuries right when the season began.Stolzenthaler suffered a torn labrum in Week 1, and Cordova had a separated AC joint right before the start of the season. Instead of taking the year off, however, the Blue Gators' dynamic safety duo decided to tough it out and finished their junior seasons strong.Blue Gators' head coach Matt Desormeaux was impressed with how his star safeties were able to play through the injuries last season and still perform at a high level.