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.
On Wednesday, October 9th, seventh grade students traveled to St. Julien Park in Broussard for our first annual 7th grade Leadership Retreat! Our time together started in prayer, scripture, and reflection led by Ms. Chelsie Guidry and Student Council Executive Officers, Ellie West & Josie Bourgeois. It was a beautiful day for a little fresh air and team-building. SMP Prefects joined us to talk about student leadership responsibilities and practice leadership skills in a few fun games and a super mega huge scavenger hunt! After a picnic lunch and free time, Ms. McDonald closed with a little boundary breaking before chaperones read a skit ending with the line, “SOMEBODY truly loves you.
Ascension YouTube Channel: While our website may provide a glimpse of what life is like at Ascension, the only way to truly experience the school is to see us in action. For that reason, we offer campus tours throughout the year, and we invite you to tour all three campuses to learn how each age-appropriate campus contributes to building educational excellence in a Christian environment.
The Advocate: An injury to the starting quarterback usually leads to a long night for the team, but it did not take away the fight for Catholic-Pointe Coupee in its battle against Ascension Episcopal.Instead, it led to the same kind of battle synonymous with the two teams during their series over the last five years. But in the end, Ascension Episcopal junior quarterback Cole Simon nailed a 38-yard pass to sophomore wide receiver Anthony Quebedeaux to stop the Hornets 34-28 Friday at Blue Gator Stadium.