Eureka High School
4525 Highway 109, Eureka, MO 63025
Phone (636) 733-3100
Associate Principal - Jennifer Strauser
​Associate Principal - Jennifer Strauser
April 16
100 People: A World Portrait

​Thank you, Dr. Harris, for this powerful information from 100people.org:


The world population has now reached 7 billion people. This milestone inspired us to conduct research to update our statistics, and the changes over the past 5 years are remarkable. In 2006, only 1 person out of 100 would have had a college education-- today that number has jumped to 7 thanks in part to advances in higher education in Asia. The detailed research and source information can be found here and the statistics provided by Donella Meadows in 1990 that originally inspired our project can be viewed here

If the World were 100 PEOPLE:
50 would be female
50 would be male 

26 would be children
There would be 74 adults,
8 of whom would be 65 and older

There would be:
60 Asians
15 Africans
14 people from the Americas
11 Europeans

33 Christians
22 Muslims
14 Hindus
7 Buddhists
12 people who practice other religions
12 people who would not be aligned with a religion

12 would speak Chinese
5 would speak Spanish
5 would speak English
3 would speak Arabic
3 would speak Hindi
3 would speak Bengali
3 would speak Portuguese
2 would speak Russian
2 would speak Japanese
62 would speak other languages

83 would be able to read and write; 17 would not 

7 would have a college degree
22 would own or share a computer

77 people would have a place to shelter them
from the wind and the rain, but 23 would not 

1 would be dying of starvation
15 would be undernourished
21 would be overweight 

87 would have access to safe drinking water
13 people would have no clean, safe water to drink

Sources: 2012 - Fritz Erickson, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Ferris State University (Formerly Dean of Professional and Graduate Studies, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay) and John A. Vonk, University of Northern Colorado, 2006; Returning Peace Corps Volunteers of Madison Wisconsin, Unheard Voices: Celebrating Cultures from the Developing World, 1992; Donella H. Meadows, The Global Citizen, May 31, 1990.

March 26
HOSA STATE CHAMPION and 3RD PLACE!

Two students recently won state honors at the HOSA competition:  Kyle McGheehan-3rd place (sports medicine) Ramya Chengalvala-STATE CHAMPION (medical terminology).

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Ten EHS students traveled to the University of Missouri Rolla (S & T) and competed in the state-wide HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) competition.  They took written tests and competed in hands-on performance exams in front of a panel of judges.  They have been working extremely hard for the past few months before and after school.   

These students have the honor of being invited to the NATIONAL COMPETITION over the summer in Anaheim California to compete against all of the top place finishers in states across America.

​Congratulations!


March 26
#OneEureka Mural Dedication

In January, students came together to mimic the art projects happening in Ferguson after the destruction.  

On Wednesday, March 25th, a plaque was dedicated to the students who created the piece of art that now hangs in our commons. 

The sense of community and the presence of love in this simple act humbles me.

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March 24
Aileen Markovitz: A Spirit of Prudential Community Award Finalist!

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We are so proud of our very own Aileen Markovitz who was a finalist for the Spirit of Community Award from Prudential.  Aileen founded an NHS outreach program that has received national recognition this year.

January 15
Mural Project #OneEureka

Two of our art teachers, Erin Miller and Kristina Davis, organized a mural project that mimics the painting on plywood in the destroyed business in St. Louis.  

Students designed and painted a mural that depicted their view of the world as it should be.  

Pretty amazing stuff...

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December 10
#OneEureka--Take a Cue from Our Students

This morning, from 8:16-9:05, an amazing event took place at EHS.  ​To see what it was, visit Ms. Asher's blog.

Even after 21 years as a teacher, I am still humbled and awestruck by the power of a teenager'​s voice.

November 11
Veterans Day Celebration: Thanking Them for Their Selfless Service!

We had a great turnout for our annual Veterans Day program and lunch today!  Check out the pictures below.

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October 10
Homecoming Pep Assembly

The pep assembly was streamed live on ehs hub​ if you want to check it out.  See pics below!

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GOLDEN GUYS
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​​GOLDEN LINE
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​​AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE CLASS
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​​THE BAND

October 10
Spirit Week Has Been Fantastic!

In my seven years at EHS, this seems like the most participation we've had for Homecoming Spirit Week!  Check out the pics below....

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October 01
We Can Feel Your Love All the Way in Eureka, RSHS!!

Thank you so much, RSHS, for wearing purple in honor of EHS today!  You are awesome!  Love you!​

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