Speech and Debate Team Head Coach Avis Yen says the team had a great showing at the Katy Taylor TFA TOC NIETOC tournament.
Our dance studios were designed by the Houston Ballet. Why? Because at EHS, the arts are just as critical to who you’ll become as calculus, Shakespeare, or physics. That’s why we’ve built the most stand-out arts program in Houston. Dark rooms. Painting studios. A black box theatre. And a cinematic production lab. It’s all here to give students the chance to try something new. Like the football player who takes center stage or a computer science whiz who learns to sculpt. Here, there are zero limits to your creativity. Just one rule:
BE FEARLESS in all you do.
The EHS Dance Competition Team, Elevate, had a fantastic first weekend of the season!
As always, the Arts Pillar provides potentially life-changing opportunities for EHS students!
For the third consecutive year, EHS students have placed Top 10 in the Congressional Art Show for District 7.
Each discipline in our arts pillar aspires and often reaches heights unimagined by a high school student. EHS values the arts because we’re willing to draw a line in the sand and commit to the idea that the act of creating is essential to living a significant life.
Media Arts Teacher and Coordinator
EHS has become my artistic home. For a theatrical artist, having a safe space to create in with a group of like-minded artists is a rare and beautiful ideal that many artists never truly get to experience. Aside from the phenomenal students who are the center of our teaching universe, a solid and supportive audience means the world to any theatrical artist.
Theatre Teacher and Performing Arts Coordinator