The Episcopal School of Knoxville Reviews
Rating 4.56 out of 5 9 reviews
I went to ESK from kindergarten to 8th grade. I can safely say it’s not a great school academically nor athletically. Students are not well mannered and no teachers bother to care.
We stumbled upon this sweet school at a preschool fair, the first year they launched the Junior Kindergarten program. We'd only planned on staying a year, but 5 years later we are still here and our younger child is also now a student too! Our child has flourished and the experience has been invaluable.
I went to The Episcopal School of Knoxville from 1st grade to 8th grade. The teachers are what makes the school so special. I am 27 now, and I still rememberer the teachers that impacted me as a kid. It's a great school that molded me with values and my education.
The Episcopal School of Knoxville is like a greenhouse for nurturing children and emphasizes development of the whole child.
My son has enjoyed having foreign language for the past two years! He loves his Mandarin Chinese class - challenging and engaging! He greatly appreciates his teacher - what an amazing lady! ESK has many facets to its unique environment - foreign language is just one of the many!
We love this school because it is an extension of family. ESK takes the development of the individual child, and really meets them where they are. 💜. I have one who has graduated from ESK, one that attends currently, and one starting next year!
Both of my children have been at ESK ever since kindergarten and we have loved every second of it. The overall atmosphere is enriching and welcoming. I call ESK my other family.
The Episcopal School of Knoxville is a wonderful independent school! My children started at ESK in kindergarten and graduated in the 8th grade. Both were well prepared for high school and beyond. The academics at ESK were challenging and the curriculum was well designed. Teachers were well qualified and helped my kids become curious students. Both did well in high school and earned scholarships to exceptional universities. I couldn't have asked for a nicer school community to help me raise young men who respect themselves and others.