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Serving students two years old through tenth grade.

Our Mission

Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School provides academic excellence to a diverse student body in a Christian environment.

Our Philosophy

The knowledge of God is the beginning of wisdom.

The Christian church has always regarded education as one of the tasks involved in its pastoral ministry to people of all ages.

Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School attempts to guide the child in spiritual, as well as emotional, intellectual, and physical development. Any worthwhile education must take into account the fact that a child is not only a rational, but also a spiritual being; and that a sound mind and a sound body are related to reverence, charity, respect, and those things of the spirit, which are values common to, yet transcend human life. The role of the Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School is that of helping the child develop all facets of personality as a child of God. Each child is unique, an individual, one of God’s children.

Our Values

  • Provides a nurturing, spiritually-based, educational environment.
  • Develop their unique abilities and gifts.
  • Celebrates a child’s depth of wonder and joy in the world.
  • Program incorporates play and learning to foster the developmental and academic needs of each child.
  • Loving, certified educators shaping minds and igniting their passion for learning.

Igniting a passion for learning

Two Years through Kindergarten

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  • Opportunity to build the foundation for an independent, successful future.
  • Nurturing environment that includes data driven instruction and the latest teaching strategies.
  • Small group instruction allows for more opportunities for questioning and engagement.
  • Confidence and inspiration to become life-long learners and leaders in our community.
  • Service-learning affords every student the opportunity to make a difference in the world around them.

Inspiring our children to become courageous leaders

First through Sixth Grade

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  • Tremendous growth and change, exploration and discovery.
  • Allow students to experience a close-knit community fostering confidence, collaboration and creativity.
  • Teaching at EDS: highly engaged students, unusually dedicated colleagues, and autonomy in the classroom.
  • Designed to prepare students to understand the importance of juggling academics, sports, and extracurricular activities.
  • Responsibilities and learning to be accountable for numerous academic classes and projects.

Engaging students in meaningful learning

Seventh through Eighth Grade

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  • Empowered students are motivated.
  • Personalized experience as students navigate their lives as young adults.
  • Provide opportunities for growth and increased responsibility.
  • Balanced approach to academics, enrichments, and connections to the community.
  • Block Schedules - Reduce stress and Increase student engagement.

Empowering students to take charge of their future

Ninth through Tenth Grade

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Our News & Events

6th and 7th grade Library Club Field Trip
Library club members in the 6th and 7th grades will take the EDS bus to Baptist Camp in Dry Creek for the ROPES Course.  The bus will leave approximately 8:45am and return approximately 1:45pm.  
Friday, May 7, 2021
Auction T-Shirt Day - "EDS is totally Awesome" T-Shirt
Today we preview the 2021-2022 Auction theme with our new t-shirt, "EDS Is Totally Awesome" 
Students may wear their new auction t-shirt with casual clothes
Friday, May 7, 2021
Teacher Tailored School Supply Kits for 2021-22 School Year
1st through 8th grade students can purchase school supply kits online:

1st - 6th use the North Campus code:  21877
7th - 8th use the South Campus code: 63710

Kits can be ordered through 05/21/2021 until midnight
Monday, May 10, 2021
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for South Campus
Join us at the South Campus and Mayor Nic Hunter at 11:00am for a ribbon cutting ceremony for our new south campus.
Tuesday, May 11, 2021