El Dorado students are off to the movies again, to see "Captain America: Civil War," when the film opens on Friday, May 6! Check with the front office to find out how you can qualify for this amazing trip (hint: you are working hard in school and have an outstanding Wolverine spirit)!
Tickets are now on sale for the El Dorado Prom, which will be held on Thursday, May 12, at the beautiful Shenandoah Mill reception center in Gilbert. The theme for this year's prom is "Eldo In Wonderland," with tickets on sale for $20 per person or $35 per couple. Guests who are not El Dorado students must receive administrative approval to attend the prom. Don't be late for this very important date! Call the El Dorado front office at 480-726-9536 for more information.
Join us for our upcoming Summer School session! 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. Summer School runs from June 6 to June 24, at $50 per course until May 1 (early registration). Scholarships are available. For more information, call the El Dorado front office at 480-726-9536.
Who would like to dissect an eyeball? Everyone, of course! Join El Dorado at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 14, when the Arizona Science Center leads students and guests through a complete cow eyeball dissection.
Working in pairs, students and/or parents will learn about dissection etiquette, the proper handling of specimens and lab tools, and the anatomy and physiology of the eyeball.
The Science Center will provide everything needed for this free activity, part of El Dorado's Career and Science Fair.
If you would like to attend this exciting event, please contact El Dorado at 480-726-9536. Or join us on Thursday for the Career and Science Fair!
Students are busily working on science projects for display in our annual Science and Career Fair, slated for Thursday, April 14, on our campus. Many college and university representatives will be here meeting with students, along with vocational school and military branch officials.
Students in Ms. Ali’s Forensic Science course are designing mock crime scenes for the event, to display along with exhibits from the Arizona Science Center and Arizona State University. The public is invited to this free event, which begins on campus at 11 a.m. and runs through 7 p.m. Guests will include: