Epiphany School (PK-5)

Welcome to Epiphany School, a vibrant place where we care deeply about academic rigor and sincerely knowing children and families. Each day on our remarkable campus you will witness caring, compassion, and energy through the actions of our dedicated parent body, talented faculty, and confident and courageous students.

We are an independent, nonsectarian school for boys and girls in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Located in Seattle’s Madrona neighborhood, we strive for inclusion of all families and welcome the gifts that diversity brings to our school.

At its core, the Epiphany School experience is about challenging and caring for children.  An Epiphany education provides students with strong academic skills, a love of learning, and community involvement. Our students grow in physical and social skills and develop empathy and awareness of others. Epiphany School’s curriculum balances innovation and tradition. The curriculum is rich in content and subject integration to promote reasoning, knowledge, and skill development. The core values of respect, responsibility, and resourcefulness are all part of the Epiphany School curriculum.

Epiphany School promotes and cultivates a diverse community as essential to academic success, social and emotional growth, and the development of good character. Engaging diverse perspectives stretches the mind and requires critical thinking, intellectual courage, and creativity. It takes careful listening and thoughtful expression, and manifests itself in cultural competency. Thinking beyond oneself and seeing the world through the eyes of others is the foundation of fairness and empathy, and thus prepares our students to live respectfully and lead responsibly in our pluralistic democratic society.

The Epiphany School “family” is a richly diverse group that strives for inclusion of new families and rejoices in the gifts that diversity brings to the school.

Schedule Tours of the School through your Ravenna account. For questions contact Greg Jones, gjones@epiphanyschool.org.