Message from our Principal
Congratulations Mr. Doug Gibson, Physics & Math Teacher. He was nominated and won the Region 1 California League of High Schools Educator of the Year Award. Mr. Gibson will represent our region in Sacramento next February, 2016. We are proud of you!
Mary Gail Stablein
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SSU creates University Center & Compact for Success partnerships with SRCS
What is the University Center?
University Center@EA students enroll in Sonoma State University courses and earn college credits while still attending as juniors and seniors at Elsie Allen High School. This is a college savings of over $20,000.00! Students get exposure to college coursework before they graduate from high school. University Center students have attended and graduated from Harvard, Stanford, MIT, and UCLA, to name a few. "This unique college credit earning and readiness program is the only one of its kind in Sonoma County."
Students must apply and be accepted into the University Center@EA. For program information contact Jenny Fleischer at 707-528-5021.
What is Compact for Success?
Compact for Success students commit to college while at Lawrence Cook Middle School and start prepping at Elsie Allen High School for guaranteed entrance to Sonoma State University. The CFS program began in 2011 and will see its first students entering college in the fall of 2017!
For Compact for Success program information call 707-528-5021.
LCMS Principal Gannon, EAHS Principal Stablein, SSU Dr. Ayala
Congratulations Boys Soccer! Sonoma County League Champions!
Staff took on our Sonoma County League Champions.
Guess who won!
SCL Champs 6, Staff 3
Thank you Frank Pipgras!
Our newest EAHS Foundation Board Member, Frank Pipgras, is honored for his time, talent, and treasure!
Mike Lopez, Frank Pipgras, Mary Gail Stablein, Willie Tamayo
Alumni "WOW" educators at SCOE EduImpact Conference
EAHS students display mural at SRCS District Offices
Compact for Success EAHS Class of 2020 and SSU Class of 2024
What is CCSS?
CCSS is an abbreviation for Common Core State Standards and are designed to help students become college and career ready.
What are the 4C's?
What is the LCAP?
LCAP, the Local Control Accountability Plan, 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?
ELAC, the English Learner Advisory Committee, meets monthly and is designed for parents of English learners to offer suggestions on school programs, procedures, and policies.
What is AVID?
AVID stands for Achievement Via Individual Determination. These classes prepare first generation college bound students to successfully matriculate to a 2 or 4 year university.
Spirited Louie the LOBO!