Living our Faith
Our Catholic faith is an essential element in our daily life at Epiphany school. With ongoing religious studies, students develop a deep understanding of the Bible, Catholic saints, the Sacraments are well as the opportunity to participate in Weekly Mass, Daily Prayer, Weekly Adoration, Daily Rosary, and Monthly Adoration and Benediction.
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Epiphany School provides students with the opportunity to experiance both choir and band. Epiphany offers an advanced, in-school youth choir program for 4th and 5th graders and two middle school choirs; The Cantabile Choir , intended for male singers and The Belle Voce Choir intended for female singers. The choirs build music skills and strengthen the students’ abilities to work together for higher level choral singing. They also provide an opportunity to teach the stages of voice development and skills by gender. These programs focus on developing skills to to help students attain a lifelong enjoyment of singing. The 4th-5th grade choir meets 45 minutes once a week, while the middle school choirs meet three days a week for 40 minutes.
Epiphany Band is offered to students in grades 5th through 8th. Our band program teaches the technical and expressive components of instrumental music of various genres, and offers small group lessons as well as full band rehearsals. Epiphany Bands are performing groups; therefore, there are performance opportunities throughout the school year for band students. For more information about the band program, please contact Ms. Heimerman at 763.754.1750 extension 454 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NJHS and Student Council
The Epiphany National Junior Honor Society is a organization that promotes recognition for students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of academics, leadership, character, service, and citizenship. Membership is both an honor and a responsibility. Selected students demonstrate the qualities of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship in and outside of the classroom. Students also demonstrate the necessary scholarship requirements by obtaining a cumulative trimester grade point average of 3.75 or above.
Epiphany’s Student Council is an opportunity for students with a strong sense of responsibility to develop skills in leadership, listening and working with others. Council members are in charge of planning and leading school activities and social justice fundraising events for the school. Student council members are to be role models and assist with tasks to enhance the students’ experience here at Epiphany School. Student council elections are held in the fall each school year, and are open to students in grades 5th-8th.