From the very beginning, our goal at Ascension has been to teach lifelong learning skills at each grade level, while adapting the curriculum to meet the varying formative stages present within each student.
Whether referring to our nurturing faculty or our small class sizes, Ascension Episcopal School strives to honor each student’s learning style, provide support and assistance as needed, and actively seek parental support in all endeavors. In doing so, we are able to foster an environment of supportive learning that goes far beyond what takes place in the classroom, encouraging our students to be independent thinkers who are held accountable at every stage of their educational development.
Our students thrive in an environment that promotes authentic learning, along with technology that supports classroom instruction, while extending student learning through meaningful projects.
Ascension Episcopal School is dually accredited by the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools (SAES) and the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS).
Ascension Episcopal School is proud to be members of the National Association of Independent Schools and the National Association of Episcopal Schools.