Academics

Learning Adventures

The ESA Experience provides plenty of opportunities for hands-on learning on both campuses, but there's nothing like stepping off campus and finding adventure in the forests, marshes and cities around us. The tradition of setting time aside for experiential learning can be found throughout the ESA curriculum.

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  • Wyoming

    ESA’s fifth graders travel to the mountains of Wyoming in May for a visit to the Teton Science Schools.
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  • Camp Allen

    ESA's sixth graders spend two days at Camp Allen in Texas for team-building and outdoor fun. 
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  • Camp Cho-Yeh

    Seventh graders take a few days in the spring to build class cohesiveness through leadership activities and fun at Camp Cho-Yeh in Texas.
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  • Backpacking in North Carolina

    ESA’s eighth graders set off on a wilderness adventure in the Pisgah National Forest of North Carolina in October.
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  • Heifer Ranch

    Freshmen visit Heifer International's Heifer Ranch in Arkansas and spend two nights in the Global Village where food, water and fuel to cook are limited.
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  • Dauphin Island

    Tenth graders travel to Alabama to study the marine life on the Gulf Coast.
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  • Senior Trip

    Art, history, language, literature, science, architecture, theatre, culture - The ESA Experience comes to life in England and France on the Senior Trip.
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ESA Abroad

ESA Abroad offers a three-week summer course for credit to rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors. It is place-based, interdisciplinary, experiential learning with immersion in the art, history, literature, and philosophy of the chosen period and location.

Through the program, students become self-confident, lifelong learners who gain perspective from travel and incorporate that understanding in their pursuit of excellence. In recent years, groups have traveled to London, Florence, Paris, Berlin and the Galapagos Islands. 

Episcopal School of Acadiana

Episcopal School of Acadiana is a private coeducational day school for students in grades PK3 through 12. Our mission is to instill in every student the habits of scholarship and honor.
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