EHS Academy Applications are Open!
On Monday, January 28, thirty Vermont high school students were recognized as Presidential Scholar Nominees for 2019. Three of those thirty students were from EHS, Lindsey Centracchio - Honorable mention Vermont Scholar for the Arts, Riley Allen - Vermont Presidential Scholar Award, and Henry Wu - Vermont Presidential Scholar Award for the Arts.
Are you planning on a summer enrichment program? Do you need help paying for it?
The application explains eligibility, get one in the school counseling office or download this pdf version (opens a new window).. They are due 2:30 pm on April 5th. For questions contact: Siobhan Barber through email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2/25, 10am-3pm, departing from Maple Street Rec Center.
EHS freshman Fatima Khan won the Essex Rotary’s Annual Speech Contest on Wednesday, January 30 with her speech about “Service Over Self.” Khan won $100 and will represent the Rotary at the next level in March while competing against the Colchester/Milton winner. Pictured left to right are junior Shristi Rai, Fatima Khan, freshman Iris Hsiang, and Rotarian Amy Jackman.
When Johannes Everse looks at a pile of wood, used robotics parts, and a discarded salad bar sneeze guard, he sees opportunity. As a culminating project to showcase his learning, Johannes set out to build a 3D concrete printer.
Congratulations to EHS freshman Firdaus Muhammad, who was named the winner of Senator Bernie Sanders' ninth annual State of the Union essay contest!