We'd like to call your attention to a few important dates for the upcoming school year.
The Elevate dancers finished their inaugural season strong with overall top scores in their final two competitions.
The National Art Honor Society was founded in 1978 by the National Art Education Association to recognize and inspire high school students who have shown an outstanding ability in the Visual Arts.
English Department Required Summer Reading 2022
Students traveled to Galveston for a hands-on experience, where they personalized their towers with architectural details like windows, doors, and staircases.
For the eighth consecutive year, EHS's Student Council has been recognized by the National Student Council Association.
Artwork Displayed in Rep. Lizzie Fletcher's Houston Office
EHS senior Camille Walker has been named a High School All-American Athlete of the Year by the NSCA.
Inaugural Year-Long Service Initiative Provides More Volunteer Opportunities to Interested Students
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Bob Matthews Presented Marc F. Adler Award
The Knights defeated St. John's 7-3 Saturday afternoon to cap a strong spring SPC for the athletic pillar.
Coach Jones credits relationships and fostering a spirit of community for this honor.
The EHS softball teams captured their 5th SPC title in a row with a win over St. John's 7-3.
For the first time in three years, the SPC championship tournaments return to Houston.
The EHS Varsity Baseball team earned two SPC wins last week over Houston Christian and John Cooper and remain undefeated in conference play.
The EHS softball team earned an impressive SPC win at John Cooper last Tuesday and move to 2-0 in conference play.
Abigail MacRory '25 earned a National Silver medal for her sculpture, 'Lost in the Grass.'