Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School

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Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School is an independent, faith-based middle school for students of limited resources primarily from Richmond’s East End neighborhood.  All students receive a full-tuition scholarship to attend.

 

Through a program focused on academic, social, and spiritual development, we help students set their sights on high school, college and a life of responsible citizenship.  Parents and volunteers are integral to our success both as a School and a community of affection.  Helping to ensure that our students are on a path toward a full and decent life is our fundamental reason for being here.

 

 Welcome to AJCES 2014-2015

 

 

 

 

School Supplies Needed for 2014-2015 School Year

Back-To-School is Here!  Can you help us stock up with needed supplies for the new school year?  Click Here for an Amazon wishlist of supplies most needed.  Collection bins are also available at AJCES, St. Stephen's Church (6000 Grove Ave, Richmond), Richmond's First Baptist Church (2709 Monument Ave, Richmond), and St. Mark's Episcopal Church (520 N. Boulevard, Richmond). THANK YOU!

 

 

 In The News

CLICK HERE to watch a special report about AJCES that aired on CBS 6 Richmond.  

 


 

 

 We need gently used laptops for graduates. Do you have one in decent condition?  Please contact Katye Snipes at 804-822-6610 or info@ajces.org

 

 


Please see the "Ways to Help" page for our wish list or to contribute directly through our site. 

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“The best and most economical education is that which gives to the individual, according to his capacity, that training of ‘head, hand, and heart’ or, more literally, of mind, body, and spirit which converts him into a beneficent force in the service of the world."
-Anna Julia Cooper













 
Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School | 2124 N. 29th Street | Richmond, VA 23223 | (804) 822-6610 | created by: Brian Zollinhofer