Project Interface is an unique,
unpaid internship opportunity that
places students in a specific career area
that is of interest to them. The
internship involves observation at a
business site and independent
research. Interns then complete a
project that meets the needs of the
particular corporate partner.
Successful candidates earn ½ Practical
Arts credit here at Eureka High School. If you have any questions, contact Jo Beck, EHS Partners in Education Coordinator, at 636-733-3142.
CCE Applications are now being accepted for
2015-2016 school year. CCE is a
business/marketing class for SENIORS ONLY.
If you want to earn high school credit(s) and
work, then CCE is the class for you.
Applications are available in Guidance or see
Mrs. Haar in rooms 703/708.
APPLY EARLY---CLASSES FILL QUICKLY!
Any Junior interested in Boys/Girls
State, please see Mrs. Grimshaw in the
Guidance office by January 26th. Boys
State is June 13-20 and Girls State is
What? Senior Celebration 2016 (SC2016) information meeting
When? Wednesday, January 21, 2015 at 6 PM
Where? EHS Library
Why? Learn what SC2016 is, why we do it, and what is needed from you!
Need more motivation? See old friends, make new ones, and be a part of an unforgettable last high school hoorah for our children. Additional meeting dates are scheduled for the following Wednesday evenings: 2/25 & 4/8 at 6 PM in the EHS Library. For additional information, please contact our Senior Celebration Chair, Michelle Clausius at email@example.com .
ALL Juniors will be taking the ACT here at school on April 28th. There is nothing that you or your student need to do. All the registration is done through the school. Something to keep in mind, though, are all of the ACT prep opportunities going on at EHS between now and then. In an earlier post, I mentioned an ACT prep course offered in the evenings. There is also a Practice ACT coming up on January 17th. Information is in each grade level office. It costs $10 to register. Keep your eyes and ears open for other oppotunities coming up as well.
Finals are rapidly approaching! Students will take their 5th hour final on Tuesday (12/16) morning, their 1st and 2nd hour finals on Wednesday, 3rd and 4th on Thursday, and 6th and 7th on Friday. Make up days for final exams are after school January 5-8. Students are not allowed to take a final exam early. In order to preserve an appropriate testing environment, please remember students will not be dismissed from class during an exam session. Even if they are finished with their exam, students will not be allowed to leave until the exam time is over. Thanks in advance for your cooperation!
Registration has begun for the ACT Prep course beginning January 7, 2015. This course meets 5 times in the evening and is taught by EHS teachers. More information and registration forms can be found in the Guidance Office and the Jr./Sr. Office.
This class will be offered one more time in the spring in preparation for the ACT test that ALL juniors will take in April.
The ASVAB is a multiple aptitude test that helps
identify your skills and potentially satisfying
civilian and/or military careers.
The ASVAB will be given on Friday, Dec. 12th
Register by Dec. 8th in Room 723 (A+ Office).
Second semester schedules are now available for viewing on the Infinite Campus Portal. Please check your schedule to make sure
the classes your are scheduled to take are correct. Please see your counselor if you have questions or concerns with your 2nd
semester schedule. ALL SCHEDULE CHANGE REQUESTS MUST BE RECEIVED PRIOR TO DECEMBER 12TH @ 3:00 P.M. If you are concerned about failing a first semester course, please check with the Guidance Office no later than December 15th.
Juniors may apply for the Young Scientists Program for
summer 2015 through Washington University. Applications are now open, and
it is a fantastic experience (and it is paid!). This is a competitive
program for motivated students interested in research science. http://ysp.wustl.edu/SummerFocus.php