Unleash your inner genius.
Every Knight is full of brain power and creative energy. We help our students free it. How? Small, intense classes and state-of-the-art facilities, for starters. Plus, mind-opening courses: Through our Interim Term, students travel to experience Chinese culture first-hand, uncover the complexity of baseball statistics, and design their own runway fashion shows. EHS teachers are experts at spotting talent, drawing out strengths, and pushing students to be fearless explorers. They challenge you to question, test, reimagine, and reinvent the world.
So get ready: Your inner engineer, web developer, or poet is about to STAND OUT.
Capturing the world
Photojournalism students spent two weeks this summer honing their visual storytelling skills. Mark Mulligan, photographer for the Houston Chronicle, talked with students about working as a photojournalist and shared the backstories behind some of his best images. Students were able to practice what they learned during field trips around the city.
It pays to be an odd ball
Gwyneth Bryan's ’17 animated short film, "Odd Ball," earned a slew of accolades at local and international film festivals – including a Bronze Remi Award at the Worldfest Houston 49th Annual International Independent Film Festival.
square feet for classroom activities
AP and Honors courses offered
college acceptances awarded to our senior class
weeks full of hands-on, immersive learning experiences every year.
“Taking students out of the school building and into outside experiences has been so fulfilling. We live in an amazing world and EHS makes that world our classroom.”
– George Brock, Performing Arts Teacher
“The stress level here is so much lower than at other schools. Students just thrive. We don’t pre-determine the expectation level for our kids here.”
– Jess Adams, English Teacher, 12th Grade Dean, Varsity Girls Lacrosse Coach
“There’s a willingness among our faculty to go the extra mile for our students and build meaningful relationships. In the classroom, on the playing field, or in the studio, our faculty will do what it takes to help our students succeed.”
–Travis Smith, History Teacher, Varsity Boys Soccer Coach
We’re committed to helping each student find their most perfect fit for college.