Eureka High School
4525 Highway 109, Eureka, MO 63025
Phone (636) 733-3100
Principal - Deborah Asher
November 25
Thankful for EHS Students and Staff

Dear Parents,

I wanted you to know that we are well at EHS and are thankful for each other.   During a very stressful time for our community, our students and staff are doing what we do best:  caring for each other.  I know many emotions are rising to the surface right now.  I also know that my story is my story, and your story is your story.  We owe it to each other to value one another's stories and to genuinely seek to understand them. 

The death of Mike Brown and the subsequent grand jury decision has caused a high level of anxiety,  and many "what if" questions have come up from students and parents.  It is impossible to play out every scenario; however, there are some things I know for sure:

  • Current events are on students' minds and they may want and/or need to talk.
    • Our counselors and administrators will be available to talk to students if they need someone to talk to.
  • It will come up as a topic in some classrooms. 
    • Student voices should be valued within the context of the educational process.
    • Being understanding of everyone's feelings and emotions is extremely important.  There must be respect for everyone at all times.
    • Conversations should promote healing and not increase frustration and/or anxiety.
  • Supervision of students will continue.
    • Student safety continues to be the highest priority.
    • Decisions regarding school activities will be made as proactively as possible based on the most current information.

We, as a faculty, set the tone for our school.  Our response will be one of care and support for all of our students.  In the immediate future we have one job in our school: to provide a safe environment for all no matter where their (or our) beliefs fall.  To accomplish this, we will stay up to date with the current news and be proactive in ensuring a safe environment.

Regardless of what transpires in our community at large, or regardless of our personal opinions, it is our duty to ensure that EHS continues to be a safe haven and sanctuary for all.



Deborah D. Asher, Ed.S.

Eureka High School Principal

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Character is only defined by the decisions you make when all could be lost.

November 19
Eureka High School Ranked 3rd In Missouri

Niche annually assesses educational institutions using multiple categories.  EHS was ranked as follows in Missouri in the 2014:

  • ​State Ranking  3rd
  • Safety 2nd
  • Administration 2nd
  • Academics 3rd
  • Teachers 3rd
  • Sports 7th
  • Extracurricular 11th
To see complete rankings and information use one of the two links below:

November 16
Girls Varsity Basketball Team Contributes to Toys for Tots

The girls basketball team contributed toys for the Toys for Tots Program at the Jamboree at Lindbergh High School, November 14. Way to go team!Girls BB.JPG

November 03
Congratulations Alec Lang

Alec Lang has been accepted into the St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra. Acceptance into this orchestra is a huge accomplishment for any young musician. Take pride in what your student has accomplished.Alec Lang.jpg

November 03
Missouri All-State Choir


            Aileen Markovitz                              Jackie Cooper

       Rose Phillips (Alternate)                            Sarah Cox

Loren Cottam (photo not available​)

October 27
Gay-Straight Alliance Promotes Equity for All

EHS GSA strives to create a safe environment at EHS for all students. GSA support all students and provide opportunities for students to learn about homophobia, transphobia, and other oppressions.  Through education and continued discussions we better understand each other and move forward to eliminate discrimination and harassment in schools. 

October 22
We Need Your Support


Did you know?  Most recent available information show 135 Rockwood students are homeless with 32 percent of students residing in the county and 68 percent residing in the city.

At this time the Eureka quadrant is serving the highest number of students with the Got Your Back Pack program.  The backpack program provides a backpack filled with food every Friday to ensure the students will not go without for the weekend.

The food is nutritious, easy to open, as well as simple to prepare, to accommodate a variety of living circumstances.

Your donation of food items (see below) or money to purchase these items goes straight to OUR Rockwood kids! 

Please consider bringing food items and/or making a donation to EHS parent-teacher conferences tomorrow night, October 22, 2014, 4:00-7:30 p.m.

High demand food items:

  • oatmeal
  • peanut butter (in small plastic containers)
  • jelly (in small plastic containers)
  • tuna
  • macaroni and cheese
  • pasta and spaghetti sauce (in metal cans is best), chili, stews
  • applesauce, dried fruits, canned vegetables and fruit
  • crackers

Thank you in advance for your support of our kids!​​

Additional information on how to help:

October 21
Spirit Spotlight: EHS Golden Line

See our ​Golden Line Spotlighted​ by KSDK.

October 19


October 16
Congratulations Softball Team
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