Campus Life

News and Multimedia


The Holy Innocents' Episcopal School Communications Office serves the entire school community by planning, producing, and disseminating electronic communications, news, advertising, and printed publications and collateral both on campus and to the world at large. We work collaboratively with the faculty, administration, Board of Trustees, parent organizations, students, alumni, and others to:

  • promote and enhance the reputation of HIES;
  • support the school's mission and goals;
  • showcase the accomplishments of the faculty, students, and alumni, as well as the successes of departments and programs;
  • and better connect constituent groups such as alumni, parents, donors, and community members to the school.
For general questions or inquiries, please use the contact information on the right side of this page. Please contact us for official school and athletics logos; school colors are PMS202 (crimson) and PMS123 (gold)Thank you for your interest in HIES.

School News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Dr. Traylor Begins Work in the Middle School

    Holy Innocents' Episcopal School is excited to welcome to the community Nigel A. Traylor, Ed.D., our new Middle School Principal, as he officially begins his work in the division this week.
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  • Theresa Jespersen, Middle School principal

    2019 Middle School Honors Ceremony

    At the Middle School Honors Ceremony on Tuesday, May 14, students in grades 6-8 were honored for their outstanding work in academics, athletics, the fine arts and community service.
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  • Emma Forrestal was named valedictorian.

    2019 Upper School Honors and Awards

    Department and special recognition awards were presented at a ceremony for classroom awards on Monday, May 6 at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church and Honors Day on Thursday, May 9 in the main gym.
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Media Contacts

List of 3 members.

805 Mount Vernon Highway NW, Atlanta, GA 30327
Phone: (404) 255-4026

About HIES

Holy Innocents’ is the largest Episcopal parish day school in the United States, a fully accredited, college-preparatory day school for 3-year-olds through 12th-grade boys and girls.