Welcome Assistant Principal Justin Andrew
Date Posted: Wednesday, 22nd July 2015

We are pleased to announce that Mr. Justin Andrew has accepted the position of Assistant Principal at St. Edward-Epiphany School. Mr. Andrew brings with him fourteen years of experience in education.

Mr. Andrew graduated from Wilkes University and began teaching fourth grade in Chesterfield County Public Schools. After being in the classroom for 12 years, he earned his Master’s degree in Administration and Supervision from VCU. For the past two years, he has been an Assistant Principal in Chesterfield County.

Mr. Andrew is looking forward to starting a new chapter in his career with the administrative team and families at St. Edward-Epiphany School. He currently resides in Midlothian with his wife Leslie and their two children, Cacci and Maddie, who both attend St. Edward-Epiphany School. Some of his favorite things to do are “playing basketball, reading, going to the river, VCU basketball and spending time with my family.”

Georgette M. Richards Scholarship Awarded to Fourth Recipient
Date Posted: Tuesday, 21st July 2015

The fourth recipient of the Georgette M. Richards Scholarship is Mark Myers, the son of Ashley and Richard Myers. Mark was presented with this honor by Principal Emily Elliott at the end-of-year School Awards Ceremony on June 9th.

“This quiet and humble student exemplifies our mission in many ways” said Mrs. Elliott. “… [W]e are in the business of building great Catholic and Christian leaders. This student not only takes accountability for his own learning, he takes care of his siblings, friends and anyone in need. I have witnessed this young man maturing over the last five years and I am proud and honored that he walks the halls at SEES.”

The Fund was established by the School Board in the Spring of 2012 to honor retiring SEES Principal Georgette M. Richards’ commitment to excellence in Catholic education. Every June, the Fund awards a partial SEES tuition scholarship to one exemplary, well-rounded and spiritually grounded rising eighth-grader.