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SOCIAL SERVICES

Social Service in the Episcopal School goes far beyond the 80 hours required by the Ministry of Education for a student to graduate. Social Service has always been an integral part of a CEP student´s formation. Social Service is seen as an attitude rather than simply the act of giving money. From Kindergarten on, children […]

SECONDARY SCHOOL

In the Secondary School (Grades 7 through 12) preparation continues to be bilingual. In addition, an intensive French language course is included at all levels. All students graduate from the Episcopal School with at least three languages. The school offers a common course of study until the end of tenth grade. At that point students […]

PROGRAM: EDUCATING FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE

This pastoral program, an initiative of the four Episcopal schools in the Republic of Panama, was introduced in 1998 and has been implemented in each school ever since. The general objective of the program is to encourage positive actions to reduce the levels of violence in our everyday surroundings through an education for peace, which […]

Nuestra Historia

The Episcopal School of Panama, a co-educational, bilingual school, was founded in April 1960 in answer to the real urgent needs of parents who were seeking a school which would give their children a solid foundation in the English Language, as well as preparation for further study in Spanish, and would therefore make it possible […]

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL

In the Secondary School (Grades 7 through 12) preparation continues to be bilingual. In addition, an intensive French language course is included at all levels. All students graduate from the Episcopal School with at least three languages. The school offers a common course of study until the end of tenth grade. At that point students […]

HIGH SCHOOL

The High School Program of Studies has several objectives:- 1. To expose all students, from 10th grade on, to a wider range of subjects, including an introduction to the pure sciences. 2. To offer courses, in 11th and 12th grades, designed to enable each student to flourish and be successful in areas where he has […]

general information

The Episcopal School of Panama is a small bilingual college prep. school which was founded in 1960. Spanish and English are taught as first languages throughout the school, and an intensive French Language and Literature course is given in grades 7 through 12. Japanese is offered to Humanities students in grades 11 and 12. The […]