NEW: EUHSD OFF CAMPUS COURSE APPROVAL FORM
Effective January 2016, all EUHSD students wishing to take off campus coursework must complete the Off Campus Course Approval Form and submit the form to their assigned EUHSD school counselor for signature and approval. Students can obtain a hard copy of the form in their school site counseling office. Click here to download the form now.
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM Board Meeting
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM Board Meeting
Located in Escondido, California, EUHSD has been serving the high school and adult education students of our community since 1894. With a long tradition of excellence, our focus will always be on the success of our students. Through the hard work of our dedicated administrators, teachers, staff, parents, and alumni, EUHSD is committed to extending this tradition well into the future.
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Many of life’s lessons don’t involve paper and pen, especially for students enrolled in Nathan Boelhauf’s Wood Shop Classes at Escondido High School. Here students have been spending class room time learning about cross grains and grooves, while working with jigsaws, hand planes and a variety of other tools. [READ MORE...]
With a community partnership with J. Craig Venter Institute, agriculture students at San Pasqual High School learn how to facilitate a 3-in-1 water system: sanitation, water treatment and a mini power plant . Bringing science to life, the student interns learn how water sanitation works, a valuable resource in under developed countries all over the world. View the 10News report by clicking on the above title.
More than 1,800 students from Escondido middle schools of the surrounding area visited Escondido Union High School District's three main high schools. The annual event gave specific insight about the unique technical programs assocated at each high school. The middle schoolers participated in tours at and were met by student representatives from culinary arts, agriculture, auto mechanics and robotics -- engaiging in different career pathways offered at each high school. Click on the title to read the UT article.
With the help of community partners like the fine dining restaurant Vintana, EUHSD is in the process of developing and expanding the various culinary arts programs at our campuses. This past summer, OGHS culinary arts teacher Laura Gardinder worked at Vintana and was exposed to the methods and latest trends at the popular fine dining venue. The district also hopes to create a culinary arts program curriculum for college bound students aspiring to craft their skills into a profession. Read the Union Tribune article by Pat Maio to learn more about the district’s plan for future culinary initiatives.
Sixteen students from throughout EUHSD recently completed the 2015 Encuentros Leadership Academy held on the campus of the University of San Diego. A leadership skill-building bootcamp, included a total of 34 young men representing 11 high schools in North County. The mission of Encuentros is to encourage and support boys of Latino descent to achieve optimal performance in education. [READ MORE...]
On every EUHSD campus, including Escondido, Orange Glen, San Pasqual, Valley or Del Lago Academy, you will find a unique learning environment in which students can truly thrive. With nationally recognized Advanced Placement, College & Career Technical Education, Independent Study, after school enrichment, career exploration, STEM and more, opportunities are abundant [VIEW CHOICE IS YOURS GUIDE...]
The Escondido Union High School District has entered into an agreement with Tower Bridge International, LLC., to provide student exchange opportunities for EUHSD students and students from China. Students will participate in short term educational experiences to enhance learning, promote cultural awareness and foster a greater understanding of each other’s country, customs and practices. [WATCH VIDEOS...]
The Simon Family Foundation has selected sixteen EUHSD students to become Simon Scholars, a unique six-year program that begins during the Junior year of high school and continues through four years of college. The program was created to enable hardworking students facing various adversities to graduate from high school with enhanced self-esteem and self-confidence and then to provide the means by which these students can earn a bachelor's degree in their quest to become productive, independent and self-sufficient individuals [VIEW MORE...]