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EA Unlocked takes you behind the scenes at The Episcopal Academy. Join host and Head of School Dr. T.J. Locke as he interviews students and teachers, explores school traditions, and more.

Latest Episodes

Music for Mother's Day - EA Music Department

This special "pop-up" edition of EA_Unlocked features EA's talented student musicians in Lower, Middle, and Upper School. Excerpts are included from spring, remote music classes and performances from throughout the 2019-2020 school year. Enjoy.

16 minMAY 8
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Music for Mother's Day - EA Music Department

Easter Music - EA Music Department

EA student musicians, along with Music Department Chair Jim Erwin, shared their talents and provided some beautiful music for this year's Easter celebrations. Student pieces are performed by freshman Ashley Kim (flute), senior Sejin Park (viola), and Junior Michael Zhou (piano).

8 minAPR 8
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Easter Music - EA Music Department

A Conversation with EA's longest-tenured teacher Mark Luff

Middle School English teacher Mark Luff is EA's longest-tenured teacher. The 2019-2020 school year marks his 42nd year. At the opening day for faculty and staff in August, it is a tradition for the teacher who has worked at EA the longest to address the group. EA Unlocked host, Dr. T.J. Locke, sat down with Mr. Luff to hear more about this tradition and his reflections on four-decades of teaching EA students.

7 minMAR 11
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A Conversation with EA's longest-tenured teacher Mark Luff

EA College Counseling with Director Cynthia Crum

The college admissions process has changed a lot over the years, with early decision, early decision-2, and early action applications. Here at EA, we are very fortunate to have four experienced college counselors working with our students. Director of College Counseling Cynthia Crum shares her thoughts and advice on the college admissions process.

12 minFEB 26
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EA College Counseling with Director Cynthia Crum

Global Online Academy with Dr. Adam Lavallee

Through Episcopal's partnership with the Global Online Academy (GOA), EA students are given the opportunity to explore dynamic subjects from some of the world's leading educators in a global classroom. GOA Site Director Dr. Adam Lavallee stops by tell us more about the program and how GOA elevates the learning experience.

12 minFEB 12
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Global Online Academy with Dr. Adam Lavallee

EA's New Science Curriculum with Department Chair Grace Limaye '90

After a thorough review, the 6th-12th grade science curriculum has been overhauled- which includes a new department chair structure. Grace Limaye '90 now chairs the department. She recently sat down with Dr. T.J. Locke to talk about the new curriculum and her hopes and dreams for science at EA.

10 minJAN 29
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EA's New Science Curriculum with Department Chair Grace Limaye '90

Bringing U.S. History to Life with Chuck Bryant

The history department at EA is always looking for ways to engage students and bring history to life in the classroom. Teacher Chuck Bryant has integrated the popular game, Escape the Room, into the curriculum. Dr. T.J. Locke recently stopped by Mr. Bryant's AP U.S. History class to check it out.

8 minJAN 14
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Bringing U.S. History to Life with Chuck Bryant

Celebrating the Holidays at EA

The holidays are an exciting time on campus at EA. PreK students stop by Dr. T.J. Locke's office to decorate his tree, read a book, and share cookies. Throughout December, EA Chaplains mark Advent and celebrate other traditions. The annual Scrooge Chapel is a much-anticipated favorite, as teachers, faculty, and staff delight students with their acting and singing talents. Students are dismissed for the holiday break, after a beautiful, music-filled, Lessons and Carols service.

9 min2019 DEC 17
Comments
Celebrating the Holidays at EA

EA's Lilley Fellowship Program - Max Kelly '06 & Kat Harrar '21

In 2018, The Lilley Fellowship was launched at EA through the generosity of Bill Lilley '55 and his wife Eve. In year one, two students were selected to pursue independent study opportunities. In 2019, Kat Harrar '21 spent time studying farm-to-feed programs and cultivating EA's Syd Buck Memorial Garden. Kat and Lilley Fellowship Director Max Kelly '06 recently discussed the program with host T.J. Locke.

7 min2019 DEC 4
Comments
EA's Lilley Fellowship Program - Max Kelly '06 & Kat Harrar '21

Robotics at EA with Teddy Mathisen '02

The robotics program is as popular as ever at EA and is continuing to grow. Last season, the team found great success in local competitions- as well as in Quebec and at the world championships in Detroit. Upper School science teacher Teddy Mathisen '02 discusses EA's robotics team and program.

9 min2019 NOV 20
Comments
Robotics at EA with Teddy Mathisen '02

Latest Episodes

Music for Mother's Day - EA Music Department

This special "pop-up" edition of EA_Unlocked features EA's talented student musicians in Lower, Middle, and Upper School. Excerpts are included from spring, remote music classes and performances from throughout the 2019-2020 school year. Enjoy.

16 minMAY 8
Comments
Music for Mother's Day - EA Music Department

Easter Music - EA Music Department

EA student musicians, along with Music Department Chair Jim Erwin, shared their talents and provided some beautiful music for this year's Easter celebrations. Student pieces are performed by freshman Ashley Kim (flute), senior Sejin Park (viola), and Junior Michael Zhou (piano).

8 minAPR 8
Comments
Easter Music - EA Music Department

A Conversation with EA's longest-tenured teacher Mark Luff

Middle School English teacher Mark Luff is EA's longest-tenured teacher. The 2019-2020 school year marks his 42nd year. At the opening day for faculty and staff in August, it is a tradition for the teacher who has worked at EA the longest to address the group. EA Unlocked host, Dr. T.J. Locke, sat down with Mr. Luff to hear more about this tradition and his reflections on four-decades of teaching EA students.

7 minMAR 11
Comments
A Conversation with EA's longest-tenured teacher Mark Luff

EA College Counseling with Director Cynthia Crum

The college admissions process has changed a lot over the years, with early decision, early decision-2, and early action applications. Here at EA, we are very fortunate to have four experienced college counselors working with our students. Director of College Counseling Cynthia Crum shares her thoughts and advice on the college admissions process.

12 minFEB 26
Comments
EA College Counseling with Director Cynthia Crum

Global Online Academy with Dr. Adam Lavallee

Through Episcopal's partnership with the Global Online Academy (GOA), EA students are given the opportunity to explore dynamic subjects from some of the world's leading educators in a global classroom. GOA Site Director Dr. Adam Lavallee stops by tell us more about the program and how GOA elevates the learning experience.

12 minFEB 12
Comments
Global Online Academy with Dr. Adam Lavallee

EA's New Science Curriculum with Department Chair Grace Limaye '90

After a thorough review, the 6th-12th grade science curriculum has been overhauled- which includes a new department chair structure. Grace Limaye '90 now chairs the department. She recently sat down with Dr. T.J. Locke to talk about the new curriculum and her hopes and dreams for science at EA.

10 minJAN 29
Comments
EA's New Science Curriculum with Department Chair Grace Limaye '90

Bringing U.S. History to Life with Chuck Bryant

The history department at EA is always looking for ways to engage students and bring history to life in the classroom. Teacher Chuck Bryant has integrated the popular game, Escape the Room, into the curriculum. Dr. T.J. Locke recently stopped by Mr. Bryant's AP U.S. History class to check it out.

8 minJAN 14
Comments
Bringing U.S. History to Life with Chuck Bryant

Celebrating the Holidays at EA

The holidays are an exciting time on campus at EA. PreK students stop by Dr. T.J. Locke's office to decorate his tree, read a book, and share cookies. Throughout December, EA Chaplains mark Advent and celebrate other traditions. The annual Scrooge Chapel is a much-anticipated favorite, as teachers, faculty, and staff delight students with their acting and singing talents. Students are dismissed for the holiday break, after a beautiful, music-filled, Lessons and Carols service.

9 min2019 DEC 17
Comments
Celebrating the Holidays at EA

EA's Lilley Fellowship Program - Max Kelly '06 & Kat Harrar '21

In 2018, The Lilley Fellowship was launched at EA through the generosity of Bill Lilley '55 and his wife Eve. In year one, two students were selected to pursue independent study opportunities. In 2019, Kat Harrar '21 spent time studying farm-to-feed programs and cultivating EA's Syd Buck Memorial Garden. Kat and Lilley Fellowship Director Max Kelly '06 recently discussed the program with host T.J. Locke.

7 min2019 DEC 4
Comments
EA's Lilley Fellowship Program - Max Kelly '06 & Kat Harrar '21

Robotics at EA with Teddy Mathisen '02

The robotics program is as popular as ever at EA and is continuing to grow. Last season, the team found great success in local competitions- as well as in Quebec and at the world championships in Detroit. Upper School science teacher Teddy Mathisen '02 discusses EA's robotics team and program.

9 min2019 NOV 20
Comments
Robotics at EA with Teddy Mathisen '02
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