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EHS News Flash

Support the junior class  and order or renew your magazine subscriptions online. See Mrs. Taft with any questions. Register with a student name from the junior class and enter the online code 2679470. 

The Parent Night for scheduling for the 2015-16 school year will be held on Wednesday, October 22nd, at 7:00 p.m. in the EHS Auditorium. This meeting is intended for parents of students in 9th-11th grades. The same information will be shared during class meetings with students during the school day, but students are welcome to attend the Parent Night as well. Please contact your student's counselor with any questions.
Topics will include:
* Class scheduling process and timeline
* Updates and new course offerings
* Diploma types and requirements
* Honors, AP, ACP, and other dual credit course options
* Hoosier Hills Career Center
* End-of-Course Assessments (ECAs)
* Class selection and college admission information

Students:  If you need help with your iPad
, please log onto:  tinyurl/ehsipadhelp.   There is a simple electronic form for you to fill out. Our tech person Barb Glaze will be available during lunches Monday, Wednesday and Friday in room C115 to work on these and other issues.  Fill out this form ahead of time, and when she is in the building for other work orders, she can come get your iPad and work on it.

Shop at Office Depot?  You can give 5% of your spending back to Edgewood High School with their School Rewards Program when you give them our EHS account #70035834.

Latest Blog Entries

Edgewood Theatre Arts sponsored by Masqued Crafters will present the fall musical GREASE on Thursday, Friday and Saturday - November 13-15th, at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. General admission is $8. Students and Seniors, $5.
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EHS German Exchange Program
This summer 19 students who had never traveled to Germany before made the trip with EHS German teacher, Amy Norris.Over two weeks they were immersed in German culture attending school, living with host families, visiting historical sites, and tasting German food.“That first time abroad experience is so eye opening,” Norris said. “You see their minds opening up and gaining confidence.” She said one student hardly talked throughout the school year, and while in Germany he really came out of his sh...
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