Join us for our upcoming Summer School sessions! A full range of courses are being offered at EDHS this summer, designed to help students catch up on credits or work towards an accelerated graduation. Students will have the potential to earn up to 1 full credit. There will be two sessions of summer school. First session is from June 5 -June 16, 2017 and the second session will be from June 19 to June 30, 2017 at $25 per course. Scholarships are available. For more information, call the El Dorado front office at 480-726-9536.
Graduation is fast approaching. Parents and seniors can check in with the front office for questions about graduation requirements and course completion. Contact Mrs. Schindel for questions regarding cap and gown and announcements. El Dorado High School 2017 graduation is on May 26, 2017 at the Mesa Art Center. For more information, please call our front office at (480) 726-9536
Block three is coming to an end with students taking finals today and tomorrow. EDHS is on spring break from March 16 to March 26. Block four begins on March 27, 2017.
Good luck on your finals and have a save and relaxing break wolverines. We are looking forward to a new block, new classes, and new adventures. See you all on Monday March 27, 2017.
Welcome, Wolverines, to the start of an exciting new block! Classes for block 3 at El Dorado High School begin on Tuesday January 10, 2017, but there is still time to enroll for new courses. Enrollment information is available here on our website, or you may visit our campus, located at 2200 N. Arizona Avenue in Chandler. Please direct any enrollment questions to our office, at 480-726-9536, or to firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s going to be a fantastic block! Go Wolverines!
El Dorado students this week will attend the exciting EPIC Assembly on Tuesday, December 6! The assembly features the EPIC performers from Tucson, who utilize dance, music and poetry to discuss today's issues facing high school students. The event begins at 10 a.m. Tuesday, and students must have a signed permission slip to attend. Contact the front office at 480-726-9536 for more information.
Holocaust survivor Magda Willinger will speak to the students of El Dorado High School and other Leona Group schools at 9 a.m. Tuesday, November 15. Ms. Willinger, who survived the horrors of Auschwitz, works now to educate students with her personal narrative of adversity and triumph. We are proud to be hosting Ms. Willinger as part of the El Dorado Speaker Series. For more information on this event, call 480-726-9536.
El Dorado High School will host its fall community festival and charity fundraiser, “A Taste Of El Dorado,” from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10.
This year, the fifth for the “Taste,” more than dozen local restaurants will donate delicious food samples for our guests, with proceeds from the festival to benefit the area charity “Feed My Starving Children,” along with the young sibling of an El Dorado student who is battling leukemia.
“Taste” testers this year will be treated to dining and dessert samples from the following restaurants:
· Rudy’s Country Store And B-B-Q
· Don Taco
· Paletas Betty
· Nello’s Pizza
· Hot Mess Buns
· Lisa’s Rum Cake
· Coffee Talk
· Los Taquitos
· Tumi Fine Peruvian Restaurant
· Floridino’s Pizza & Pasta
· Einstein Bros. Bagels
· FrinGo’s Puerto Rican Kitchen
· The Hungry Monk
· Tao Chinese Restaurant
· And more!
Tickets are $7 for adults, $3 for students and $2 for children under 12. Also featured will be a performance by the Mariachi Pasion musical group, along with raffles, prizes and fun for all our guests! Call 480-726-9536 for more information.
Thanks to the participation of parents, students and families, El Dorado High School was able to raise funds through its "Love In Color Fun Fest" for the "Feed My Starving Children" charity organization. We appreciate your support in this important endeavor!
El Dorado High School invites you to attend an upcoming community event, our “Love In Color Fun Fest,” scheduled from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, at our campus.
The festival includes a color run, in which participants walk, run, dance or shimmy their way through a variety of stations, as a fun way to demonstrate community spirit and support for students of all ages. This year’s event will serve as a fundraiser for the “Feed My Starving Children” organization, as well as a benefit for the victims of the recent Orlando attack.
Food trucks will be present throughout this all-ages event, which also will feature games, raffles, music, contests and science presentations. Tickets and information are available through our “Love In Color Run” website, at $10 using the promo-code LEONA. The web address iswww.loveincolorrun.weebly.com, with t-shirts and other merchandise also available at the site.
Join us for a day of festivity, fundraising and community spirit! El Dorado High School is located at 2200 N. Arizona Avenue in Chandler. Call 480-726-9536 for more information. Hope to see you on October 1!
On Friday, September 23, El Dorado High School will host its Fall Leadership Conference from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for its students and those of other schools.
“Start Me Up!” is the theme of the event, which will feature team-building and training seminars, speeches from leaders from a variety of fields, and a free, fun-filled day of networking and performance.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided, and funds raised through raffle events will benefit the “Feed My Starving Children” charity organization.
Workshops will be offered by Youth Entrepreneurs, the Boys and Girls Clubs of the East Valley and the ASU Leadership Institute. Students will gain valuable leadership training at this event, which will continue in 2017 with our Spring Leadership Conference.
For more information about our Fall Leadership Conference, call 480-726-9536.
We hope to see you at El Dorado on September 23!