Eureka High School
4525 Highway 109, Eureka, MO 63025
Phone (636) 733-3100
Principal - Deborah Asher
January 14
Congratulations Ashley Lusk!!

​Ashley got the "Golden Ticket" tonight on American Idol! Eureka knows how talented Ashley is and now America does, too.  Watch American Idol and show your support for Ashley.  American Idol


January 12
Accomplishments of EHS Students Highlighted by Rockwood

Thank you Aileen Markovitz and Paul Caldo on your efforts to help others.  Read about Aileen and Paul.

January 09
Congratulations Hannah Long

Hannah Long.jpg​Hannah has been named Missouri's XC Gatorade Athlete of the Year!!  Read all about it with the link below.​

Gatorade Athlete of the Year

January 07
#OneEureka Continuing To Make A Difference!

​Students working on unity mural.  Channel 5 covering tonight at 10:00 p.m.

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January 05
Welcome Back!

​The semester break is always nice, however, I am extremely happy to have everyone back on campus today. ​There will be many events at EHS this semester, including some​ that prepare students for the coming year.  Stay informed about all events by checking the EHS Calendar.  

The EHS-Hub is also an excellent resource for all th​ings EHS!

Have a great semester Wildcats and remember...

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December 12
Final Exam Week Info


Dear Parents,

Thank you for a great 1st semester!  As we move into final exam week,  please be aware of the following protocols:

  • Students must have an excused absence from a grade-level principal to make up a final exam.  
  • In order to protect the testing environment, students must remain in their classrooms during the entire 2-hour block of final exams.  
  • Guidelines for students checking out of school:
    • Students can only check out at the end of the assigned exam time.
    • Students must have a note from a parent. 
    • Students should have IDs ready when checking out.
  • To expedite check outs, students without IDs and/or notes from parents will check out after the other students.
  • Buses will run their regular routes before school and at the 12:26 dismissal time.

Remember that December 16, 17, 18 and 19 are modified schedule days.  The 16th will be a full day and the 5th hour final will be given in the morning.  The 17-19 are half days.  See final exam schedule below.

Happy Holidays,

Deborah Asher

Tuesday, December 16, 2014 - 5th Hour Final Exam Day


                                5th Period (Final Exam)                      8:16-10:16

                                1st Period                                             10:22-10:57

                                4th Period (Lunch)                              11:03-12:21

                                2nd Period                                            12:27-1:02

                                3rd Period                                             1:08-1:43

                                6th Period                                             1:49-2:24

                                7th Period                                             2:30-3:05


Wednesday, December 17, 2014

 Final Examinations               1st   Hour            8:16 a.m.-10:16 a.m.

                                           2nd  Hour            10:26 a.m.-12:26 p.m.                                               

Thursday, December 18, 2014

 Final Examinations                    3rd  Hour               8:16 a.m.-10:16 a.m.

                                           4th  Hour            10:26 a.m.-12:26 p.m.                                          

 Friday, December 19, 2014 

 Final Examinations               6th  Hour             8:16 a.m.-10:16 a.m.

                                           7th  Hour             10:26 a.m.-12:26 p.m.

December 10
#OneEureka Facilitators


December 10
#OneEureka 11th & 12th Grade Participants


December 10
#OneEureka 9th & 10th Grade Participants


December 10
#OneEureka #EurekaWillTalk

What powerful conversations did you have today between 8:00-9:15 a.m.?  Around 100 EHS students participated in a student initiated, student led, and all volunteer reflective conversation.  Students shared their experiences and their feelings without judgment​.  If you want to understand how to talk to each other and not at each other take a cue from these amazing students! Student goals included:
  • Want to hear others' sides and experiences
  • Voices need to be heard
  • Be part of something to help
  • If we don't do something, nothing will ever change
  • Interested in social change
  • We're all members of this community; we need to be involved together
  • Learn new things
  • Topic needs to be talked about; learning and teaching
  • Want to help people start a conversation in a safe place where people can share without feeling judged
  • Interested in current events, city is in the spotlight; see how people our age can help with conversations
  • Good to discuss among diverse people





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