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.
A big Blue Gator congratulations to our SMP Spanish teacher, Juan Alvarez for being nominated as a Louisiana Foreign Language Teachers Association’s (LFLTA) 2020 Teacher of the Year for being an outstanding professional in the teaching of foreign languages. The mission of the LFLTA is to provide leadership in the teaching and learning of other languages in our state. This is a huge honor and we applaud Mr. Alvarez on being selected as a nominee.
Our Downtown campus first grade students participated in their first-ever Google Hangout this week. Our Gators eagerly connected with other first grade students in Illinois to discuss a book both classes read, Just a Minute: A Trickster Tale and Counting Book. They were able to virtually ask questions to each other, and share details with each other about their cities & cultures. Great job to our first grade teachers, Allison Fuselier and Patti Stevenson for facilitating a wonderful learning opportunity for our students.
The Daily Advertiser: YOUNGSVILLE — Ascension Episcopal coach Matt Desormeaux said he loves the rainy, muddy conditions the Blue Gators played on Friday night against Franklin.“This is football,” Desormeaux said. “You play in the rain and you play in nasty conditions. As a former fullback, this the kind of stuff I want to play in.Aside from knowing what to expect from muddy conditions, Desormeaux said he also knew Franklin was going to battle the Blue Gators for 48 minutes.And that they did.