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2001 Fleischmann Road
Tallahassee, Florida 32308
T: (850) 383-1007
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About Holy Comforter

Mission, Vision and Philosophy

Mission Statement
Holy Comforter Episcopal School believes that each child is a unique creation of God. Our mission is to nourish the spirit, challenge the mind, and strengthen the body in a Christian environment, encouraging each child to achieve his or her maximum potential as a contributing member of society.
Our Philosophy

Our philosophy at Holy Comforter Episcopal School is that the education of the total child can best take place in an environment centered in, and supported by, the love of God in Jesus Christ. We recognize that each student is a unique creation of God. We endeavor to help our students discover their talents and abilities, while encouraging them to develop a personal relationship with God. We strive to instill habits and attitudes conducive to academic achievement, responsible behavior, positive nurturing relationships, respect for others and maturity. We pledge to maintain a high scholastic standard and to equip our students with intellectual curiosity and confidence enabling them to achieve their maximum potential.


We aim to provide our students with opportunities to acquire an education that includes knowledge of the world around them, basic skills in subject matter, practice in decision-making, citizenship, moral and ethical conduct, mental, physical and emotional health, scientific and cultural appreciation, and environmental and economic understanding. Using our philosophy as a foundation, the School works as a unified body to provide quality education in a Christian atmosphere to students of diverse cultural and religious backgrounds, races, and economic levels. We maintain accountability within the community we serve by encouraging interactions among staff, students, parents, and the Holy Comforter parish family.

Our Vision
Our vision at Holy Comforter Episcopal School is to continue its tradition of developing successful students, lifelong learners, and productive citizens with a recognition of God’s love for all people and a knowledge of His work in the world about them.