Recent News

EHS Academic Schedule Starting Aug. 31
Good evening Eureka High families, this is Jennifer Johnson, principal. We are delighted to welcome your student back to school this year - even though we are in a distance learning program. This week teachers have been working with students on how to navigate the digital learning platforms as well as leading activities to build classroom community. This is our orientation week and we have been using our week one class meeting schedule that was sent home prior to school starting.
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Textbooks and Technology
If you need a textbook, the library is open 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. If you need a Chromebook please call the main office to get on the list for the next shipment 441-2508. If you are on the list for a hot spot, some have arrived with more expected this week and we will call you to pick up your hotspot.
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Counselor Assignments
A-G: Shellye Horowitz
H-Pe: Delores Haskamp
Pf-Z: Enrique Gomez

Questions can be directed to teachers via school email which is on PowerSchool, by leaving a message with the main office at 441-2508 or the counseling office at 441-2591.
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Upcoming Events

About US

Eureka High School was recognized in May 2015 as a California Gold Ribbon School. EHS focused on the implementation and ongoing work staff is undertaking with Constructing Meaning (CM). CM focuses on student’s ability to critically think and communicate across all curricular areas. We are proud of our award winning academic environment. It is safe, clean and quite conducive to learning. EHS staff is currently being trained in Restorative Practices, a proven method of reducing discipline issues and improving school climate. In meeting the diverse needs of our students, we provide a breadth of curriculum not available in any other public or private high school in Humboldt County. EHS is partnering with College of the Redwoods to offer a variety of dual enrollment classes, where students can receive college credit while on the high school campus. Our scholastic emphasis provides a college-going culture supported by an in-depth vocational technology program, performing and visual arts, and variety of athletics and clubs. All students will succeed at Eureka High School.