Empowering students to take charge of their future


Upper School students are ready for the next level of independence, responsibility and decision making. When students are given the opportunity to take action on issues affecting them, they develop self confidence and become more proactive in their learning. 

Empowered students are motivated. The students who are motivated to learn have higher achievement, show better understanding of concepts they are taught, and are more satisfied with school. The focus of the Upper School will continue the tradition of teamwork among the school, faculty, staff, and community to build a supportive network. 

Upper School will be a personalized experience as students navigate their lives as young adults. It will provide opportunities for growth and increased responsibility. Students will have a balanced approach to academics, enrichments, and connections to the community. They will discover their strengths as they grow and learn and will have a caring school community to support them on their journey. 

Upper School classes will maintain the small class sizes Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School currently provides. Opportunities for independent study, online classes, and dual enrollment will be available.