Welcome to Episcopal School of Nashville
Thank you for your interest in Episcopal School of Nashville. Episcopal School was founded by people who believe that serving others is an integral part of our lives and our service to God. As such we find God in and through each other.
Diversity, inclusiveness, and a sense of community are vitally important at Episcopal School. We know that all persons are special in the eyes of God; therefore, we have intentionally cultivated a culture of inclusiveness that values each student’s uniqueness and celebrates differences as a reflection of our Episcopal Identity. We welcome the intellectual, spiritual, physical, and financial contributions of people of all faiths as we seek to uplift the values that unite us.
HOW TO APPLY
Please set up an on-campus tour through firstname.lastname@example.org. As a prospective parent, you have two options to apply for admission:
To apply online, visit our website at www.esnashville.org, Admissions, Apply. There is a non-refundable application/testing fee of $50. After completing the online application, please mail a check to the school office to the attention of LaTerra Davis or pay through PayPal (email@example.com).
Download a Hard Copy
To download a copy of the admission application, visit our website at www.esnashville.org, click on Admissions, Download. Please return the completed application, a current photo, and the non-refundable application/testing fee of $50 to:
1310 Woodland Street
Nashville, Tennessee 37206
Students applying to Episcopal School of Nashville are required to visit the school for a classroom assessment and admission testing.
Applicants to Prekindergarten are only required to take the Admission assessment.
Kindergarten through Seventh Grade applicants are required to visit in the classroom for a teacher assessment and take an admission test.
Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten applicants are given the Bracken School Readiness Assessment which helps to assess a child’s readiness for school by evaluating his/her understanding of important foundational academic concepts in the categories of Colors, Letters, Numbers/Counting Sizes/Comparisons, and Shapes.
First grade through Seventh Grade applicants are given various measures to test their skill in regard to math, reading, writing, and vocabulary to assess school readiness.
Grades (Student Capacity)
Application Deadline February 15th
Admission Decision March 1st