Epiphany School Alumni

Epiphany School has fostered many brilliant minds in the years since it was first established. Our school has always aimed to provide students with an exceptional educational foundation that will follow them through their entire academic career. We are very proud of all the incredible and diverse accomplishments our alumni. Please take a few moments to browse through our alumni profiles, which showcase some of the impressive endeavors our students have taken part in since graduating.

The generosity of our alumni and their families has also helped to keep our school functioning at its full potential. Thank you to everyone who has been kind enough to give back to Epiphany. We ask that you please consider making a donation to our school if you have the ability. Your donation can help to provide future generations of students the kind of well-rounded education that every child deserves.

Alumni Profile – Elizabeth Kranz

Elizabeth (Liz) Kranz was part of the graduating class of 2002. After leaving Epiphany she attended Waverly High School where she was involved in many club activities, which included: marching band, drama club, yearbook, Rotary club, and student council. Her senior year she was voted Homecoming Queen by her peers and she graduated with one of the top ten highest GPAs in her class. After high school, Liz was accepted, early decision, to the nationally renowned Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College (IC) in Ithaca, NY. The program she chose was Communication Management & Design (CMD), which is a major that focuses on teaching its students to be able to manage communication strategies in any type of organization. While in her last undergraduate year at IC, Liz was also the president of her major’s student organization (CMDSA). As the president of CMDSA she helped younger CMD students integrate more smoothly into college life by networking them more experienced students.

During her undergraduate time at IC she took part in two very rewarding, and highly sought after, internships in the city of Ithaca. Her first internship took place at Tompkins Workforce NY, where she worked with unemployed citizens to help them improve their resumes and work portfolios. The second internship was at The Advocacy Center, where she spent a semester planning and executing Ithaca’s Take Back the Night event. Take Back the Night is a very important annual event that is held to create awareness of domestic violence and sexual abuse.

She was admitted into 3 exclusive honor societies (Lamba Pi Eta, Sigma Iota Epsilon, & Phi Kappa Phi) during her time at IC and she graduated with the Latin honor, Magna Cum Laude. She decided to continue her studies at IC, where she was offered a full graduate assistantship to get her Masters in Strategic Communications.

When asked about her time at Epiphany, Liz said, “I credit a lot of my academic success to the study habits and hard work ethic that I learned from my teachers at Epiphany. I appreciate the solid foundation the school gave me and I’ll always be grateful for the education I received there.”