The extraordinarily accomplished and dedicated faculty is our driving force at Holy Innocents' Episcopal School. Providing an unparalleled college-preparatory education is our guiding principle. Since the school’s founding in 1959, we have upheld a tradition of excellence, and we stay on the leading edge of academic inquiry. We seek to inspire each mind and fire each heart of every Golden Bear student.
Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School offers one of the most vibrant, comprehensive arts programs in the country. Starting in Primary School and continuing through 12th grade, our students are given every opportunity to discover, hone and display their creative and artist talents. Come explore visual arts, music, theater and media literacy at HIES.
Ours is a proud athletic tradition at Holy Innocents' Episcopal School, where we set out each season to build winners on and off the fields of competition. We emphasize personal excellence, commitment, discipline, teamwork, leadership and sportsmanship. We have earned many regional and state championships. But win or lose, we are building champions.
As an Episcopal school, we believe that God is present in every person. We strive to respect the dignity of every human being. We value multiple voices and perspectives around all of life's questions, no matter what your family traditions. This intentional welcome, a radically inclusive way of life, is a hallmark of our mission as a Christian community that serves students of all faiths.
PK3 - Kindergarten
College + Beyond
Our mission in preparing students for the college-selection process is getting them to think outside the box to find that perfect fit—a school that encompasses their goals, embraces their academic potential and envelops their special interests. And our alumni serve as the ultimate spokespeople for the enduring value of a Holy Innocents' Episcopal School education that prepared them for college and their lives beyond.
An Animated Beginning
As a freshman at Holy Innocents' Episcopal School, Michael Henley '14 had his sights set on going to college at the University of Southern California. In a notable achievement, he created an original animated film starring varsity wrestling coach Stacey Davis. The film had a greater impact than Mr. Henley expected.
Borne to Shine
Sarah Borne ’14 set to take on the starring roles she was destined to lead
countries for global student experiences
team state championships
Made up of Parents, Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni, the community that exists on our campus at 805 Mt. Vernon Highway is the defining characteristic of the HIES experience.
Community at HIES extends well beyond our campus. It is found in the partnerships we have forged with many of Atlanta's and Sandy Springs' most prominent brands, organizations and institutions.
The HIES community prepares all students with the knowledge and skills to act ethically and creatively in the world.