Tagged: episcopal collegiate school

Business Icons: Warren Stephens Steers Company Into Growth, Expansion

by George Waldon 8/8/2016 12:00 am

Warren Stephens has done more than just safeguard the fortunes of a company birthed during the Depression and founded on entrepreneurial moxie. The second-generation CEO and stakeholder took it to another level and solidified his status as a billionaire along the way.

School Crossings: NLR Gets Piano from Barry Manilow & More School News

by Blair Neel 5/16/2016 12:00 am

In April, the North Little Rock School District got a donation from an unlikely source—Barry Manilow! As part of the Manilow Music Project, the singer-songwriter donated a Yamaha piano to the school to help launch a music instrument drive.

School Crossings: Former New England Patriot Visits Alma Mater Hall High

by Little Rock Family Staff 2/29/2016 1:24 pm

Hall High graduate and former member of the New England Patriots, Chris Akins, gave a presentation on work ethic, staying away from drugs and gangs, and the importance of education in his life.

School Crossings: NLR High Students Return to School Open for Remodeling; Episcopal Earns Third Accreditation & More

by Little Rock Family Staff 9/9/2015 12:00 am

In August, two of the four new academic buildings were ready for students, and the remainder of the new high school buildings will open throughout the school year.

Brilliant Beginnings: 7 Early Childhood Education and Preschool Programs in Central Arkansas

by Little Rock Family Staff 9/3/2015 12:00 am

A Little Rock Family special section highlighting early childhood education in central Arkansas.

ECS Wild Game Dinner

by Staff 6/30/2015 12:00 am

Episcopal Collegiate School parents attended a wild game dinner on the school’s Cantrell Road campus. Guests enjoyed wild game, libations and mingling. Proceeds benefited ECS programs

Episcopal Collegiate Names New Head of School

by Arkansas Business Staff 9/30/2014 11:26 am

Episcopal Collegiate School of Little Rock names Christopher R. Tompkins of East Greenville, Pennsylvania, as its new head of school.

Brilliant Beginnings: The Essentials of Early Childhood Education Programs in Central Arkansas

by Little Rock Family Staff 9/15/2014 12:00 am

Geania B. Dickey, Program Coordinator for Arkansas State University Childhood Services, explains why an early childhood education is essential and what parents can look for when choosing a program.

'So Lucky' Fundraiser

by Staff 6/1/2014 12:01 am

Episcopal Collegiate School hosted its bi-annual live and silent auction event in the school’s middle/upper school dining hall. Guests enjoyed Irish-themed hors d’oeuvres and cocktails. Themed “So Lucky,” all proceeds from the event benefited faculty development.

Three Generations: The Crucial Role of Grandparents in Jennifer Pyron's Family

by Heather Bennett 9/2/2013 12:00 am

Former Little Rock Family Editor Jennifer Pyron helps celebrate Grandparent’s Day with a story about her family. She shares in her own words how her family relationships have evolved over the years, including with her mother Tandy Cobb.

ECS Night at The Rep

by Staff 6/2/2013 12:14 pm

Arkansas Repertory Theatre hosted a Night at The Rep for families of Episcopal Collegiate School students. A fundraiser for the ECS Annual Fund, families enjoyed a reception and a performance of "Treasure Island."

ECS Wild Game Dinner

by Staff 5/1/2013 12:01 am

Episcopal Collegiate School put on its second bi-annual Wild Game Dinner -- an evening of food, music and friends to benefit ECS athletics and fine arts programs. Lagniappe provided live entertainment on the ECS Quad.

SteelCats Steel Drum Band to Perform at Live at Laman Today

by Karen Martin 10/11/2012 5:16 am

SteelCats, Episcopal Collegiate School's amazing steel drum band, will perform music arranged specifically for the steel drum at 7 p.m. today (Oct. 11) at Laman Library, 2801 Orange St., North Little Rock. Admission is free.

Little Rock Yogis Fall Classes Begin This Week

by Blair Neel 8/20/2012 1:45 pm

Youngsters can wind down from the first day of school with an afternoon yoga class from Little Rock Yogis. The fall schedule begins today (Aug. 20) with classes for children ages 4-10.

Pete Yuan Serves Community With Iberiabank

by Amanda Hoelzeman 6/1/2012 12:00 am

If IBERIABANK Arkansas President Pete Yuan has learned anything about Little Rock since he moved here in 2010, it’s that locals don’t play around when it comes to improving their city.

The Singers: Henry Melhorn, Matt Morley, Charlie Askew and Jack Dowden

by Blair Neel 5/1/2012 12:00 am

Matt Morley, Henry Melhorn, Jack Dowden and Charlie Askew met in Summer Musical Theatre Instensive (or SMTI), the competitive summer program of the Arkansas Repertory Theatre. The teens still participate in SMTI, in addition to performing at high-profile gigs—one of their first performances was at the Governor’s Mansion—in their a cappella group, making appearances on main-stage productions at The Rep, and participating in other activities individually.

Episcopal Collegiate Hosts Art Auction

by Soiree Staff 5/1/2012 12:00 am

Episcopal Collegiate School’s Parents’ Auxiliary hosted the “Get the Picture” art auction and fundraiser on their school’s campus. This biennial fundraiser benefits continuing education for Episcopal Collegiate teachers and faculty development.

Latin Boosts Standardized Test Scores at Episcopal Collegiate

by Jennifer Pyron 10/1/2011 12:00 am

In the five years since requiring 8th graders to take Latin, faculty has seen improvement in the students' knowledge of vocabulary, grammar, classical mythological and cultural references and standardized test scores.

AIA Fay Jones Gold Medal Award: Charles Witsell Jr., FAIA of Witsell Evans Rasco

by Arkansas Business Staff 9/19/2011 12:00 am

Over his career as an architect, Charles Witsell, Jr., FAIA, has pursued his interest in historic preservation with a passion, giving freely of his time and talents to various professional, community and religious organizations.

No Wonder Wendy LaFrance Walks for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

by 9/1/2011 12:00 am

With 4,000 participants expected to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Wendy LaFrance looks forward to the Big Dam Bridge across the Arkansas River playing host for a Big Walk on Sept. 17.