At Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School, we embrace cultures, backgrounds, ideas and differences that enliven, broaden and deepen who we are as one of the nation’s largest Episcopal Schools. We are devoted to cultivating a safe environment that empowers community members to discover and celebrate their identities and diverse backgrounds.
We are guided by both our identity as an independent Episcopal School and our school’s mission to have respect for self and others, as well as to respect the varied beliefs in our diverse educational and spiritual community.
Our aim is that through students' educational experiences they are ever mindful of their call to be globally minded, loving, responsible citizens who value the dignity and infinite worth of those in their community.
Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School is committed to fostering a community that honors and is respectful of the diverse faiths, diversity of experiences and values in our community.
National Center for Civil and Human Rights Partnership
The Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta is an engaging cultural attraction that connects the American civil rights movement to today's global human rights movements. The Center's purpose is to create a safe space for visitors to explore the fundamental rights of all human beings so that they leave inspired and empowered to join the ongoing dialogue about human rights in their communities.
HIES students and families are offered several benefits through our partnership, including:
- Free admission to NCCHR for school-sponsored field trips for students and chaperones.
- $5 off regular admission to NCCHR outside of school-sponsored field trips.
- 20% off individual and family memberships.
- Select internship opportunities available to qualifying Upper School students.
If you have questions or would like more information, please contact the Director of Multicultural Affairs, Keith White.
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Horizons at HIES
Horizons Atlanta works in partnership with Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School, Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church, Fulton County Schools, and other local partners to influence the trajectory of economically disadvantaged children in Sandy Springs by providing a high-quality enrichment program.