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Elsie Allen High School is a family that supports and inspires learning and success

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Message from our Principal

What wonderful first days of school!  Students are so respectful and polite.  I love greeting our returning students and meeting new LOBOS! 


Please mark your calendars for next month's Back to School Night event on Thursday, September 18, 2014!  Our Elsie Allen High School Foundation along with many community partners are hosting a College/Career/Health Fair from 3:00 - 6:30 in our Quad.  

Come learn more about:

  • Santa Rosa Junior College and Sonoma State University programs and how you can take college classes while in high school
  • Open positions throughout the county - Who is hiring?
  • Health services available - Check out our newly remodeled EAHS Health Clinic on our campus!  It is beautiful!
  • Free Dinner!

All activities are exclusive to Elsie Allen High School students and their families.  


Starting at 6:30 PM, after the College/Career/Health Fair, parents will visit classrooms and meet teachers.  It will be a great evening!

Did you know:

  • The Santa Rosa Junior College conducts ESL classes on our campus 4 nights a week?  Classes start Monday, August 25th and childcare is provided! 
  • Our newly formed EAHS Foundation and community donors granted over $40,000 in scholarships for graduates who attend a 4 year university, such as Sonoma State University, a 2 year college, such as Santa Rosa Junior College, and technical schools. 
  • Our teachers have adopted the California Common Core State Standards which emphasize the skills you will need to be effective citizens and workers.  These include Creativity, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, and Communication. 
  • Our University Center, Compact for Success, and AVID programs, as well as our elective offerings in Agriculture, Arts & Communication, Early Childhood Education, and Public Safety allow you to fully engage in your particular area of interest. 

We are committed to supporting your students as they prepare for 21st century life, citizenship, and work.  Now is the time to dream, plan, and achieve greatness!   Our goal is to help each student realize their full potential and grow into successful individuals. 

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Stay positive.

Stay focused.

You can do it.


We believe in you!

Back to School Night College, Career & Health Fair!

Back to School Night College, Career & Health Fair!

Homecoming is this October!

Homecoming is this October!
Today: 9/19/14
6:00 PM Petaluma at EAHS - Girl's Soccer

What are the 4C's?



Critical Thinking


What is the LCAP?

The Local Control Accountability Plan, LCAP, is the new funding model in California schools.  It allows for districts to listen to their stakeholders and hear what the needs are and fund accordingly.

What is ELAC?

The English Learner Advisory Committee, ELAC, meets monthly and is designed for parents of English learners to offer suggestions on school programs, procedures, and policies.

What is CCSS?

The Common Core State Standards, CCSS, are designed to help all students become College and Career ready.

What is AVID?

Achievement Via Individual Determination, AVID, classes prepare first generation college bound students to successfully matriculate to a 2 or 4 year university.

Spirited Louie!

Spirited Louie!