Pathways to Excellence
Summer Reading Assignment

All students have a summer reading assignment. As your first assignment for the 2015-16 school year, each English class will collect and grade a written assignment related to the summer reading assignment. Click here for a copy of the summer reading assignment for all English classes. Be sure to complete the assignment related to your English class request for next year. The assignment can be downloaded or picked up in the EHS Main Office. AP English 11 and AP English 12 have an additional summer assignment for their classes.

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ECPS Live Streams EHS Graduation

Essex County Public Schools will stream the 2015 Essex High School Senior Graduation live on Google Hangouts. The event will start June 13th 2015 at 9:00 A.M. You can access the stream by clicking here.

Chesapeake Bay Governor's School appoints new Director for 2015-16 school year

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US and AP Government students register to vote

Students in US and AP Government classes met with the Voter Registrar of Essex County this week to learn about the importance of participating in the electoral process. Students had the option to register to vote in the next election.

Important Senior Class Dates and Events

Important Senior class dates and events. As we approach the end of the 2014-15 school year, CLICK HERE for a list of senior class events and dates. For more information, contact the Main Office.

ECPS Live Streams EHS Graduation

Essex County Public Schools will stream the 2015 Essex High School Senior Graduation live on Google Hangouts. The event will start June 13th 2015 at 9:00 A.M. You can access the stream by clicking here.

Scholarships

Check out the Guidance webpage for college information - click on Departments and scroll down to Guidance. There is a list of scholarships and other opportunities for Essex students. Check the deadlines and apply today! If need any assistance, please see Mr. Eley or Mrs. Andrews in the guidance office.

Students Visit Monticello

Mr. Harris and Mrs. Slater's 11th grade United States History students enjoyed a trip to Thomas Jefferson's magnificent home, Monticello! Some students took a driving tour of the University of Virginia and also had the opportunity to enjoy the early fall colors of the Charlottesville, Virginia area. Students exclaimed that they gained much "unexpected knowledge" from this field trip. After the tour one student declared, "I could feel the essence of Thomas Jefferson flow through me!"