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Holiday Book Cafe - The library is hosting it's second annual Holiday Book Cafe! Take a minute to slow down and stop in for some books and hot beverages. Two weeks for break this year... time to read is nigh! All day Friday 12/19 in library conference room 2!  Read More


On Friday, December 19th from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm EHS Audio/Visual Department holds Studio Open House at EHS Library.   Read More


In celebration for the cold weather, EHS is holding an Ugly Sweater Contest on Thursday, December 18, for students and staff. Looking for a stylish sweater for the holidays? Forget cashmere. Instead, go for the light-up, dancing Santa. Whether it be festive, ugly, or creative, wear a sweater that you want to show off.   Read More


ALL 10TH GRADERS this is a reminder that your Naviance Career Interest Profiler AND CAREER CHOICES need to be completed by Friday, Dec. 19, 2014. Click here for instructions.   Read More


ALL SPORTS PASS gains you access to all home games for the entire school year that an admission is being charged, with the exception of VPA sponsored tournaments and Invitational(s). Take advantage of this great opportunity to support all sports teams in all seasons for a great low price.  Read More


The EHS Athletic Leadership Council has kicked off a Sock Drive to help support the needs of the Spectrum Youth Center. Socks (New or Gently Used) can be brought to all Essex Home Hockey or Basketball Games between 12/5 and 12/19. Thank you for attending our events and considering contributing to this worthy cause.   Read More


On Monday (January 12th) from 6:30 to 8:30 PM in the EHS library, VSAC outreach counselor Nancy Schwartz will be available to help parents complete the FAFSA and other financial aid forms for college. Please call the EHS Counseling Office to register for this workshop at 878-5515. Space is limited – first come first served.   Read More


STEM LECTURE SERIES: Have you ever wanted to learn how to program a computer? How about make your own phone app? Millions of students around the country will be giving coding a try during the week of December 8th. Come join us in the library computer lab from 2:35 to 3:30 on Wednesday (12/10) to see what the buzz is about.   Read More


HOLIDAY JUBILEE CONCERT: Get into the spirit of the season as the EHS Band and Choral Programs present their annual Holiday Jubilee Concert on Thursday (12/11) at 7:00 PM in the EHS auditorium.   Read More


Interested in spending time in Big Sky country (Montana)? We'll be working with national organizations collecting data, camping, observing wildlife, and viewing the most amazing Yellowstone National Park. We'll be in Montana from June 23 to July 1, 2015. Any next year EHS students are welcome.  Read More


EHSPN Episode # 5 covers Dodgeball, Rec Soccer, Secrets of EHS and more.  Read More


PULSERA PROJECT: The Spanish Honor Society is participating in the Pulsera Project again this year. We’ll be selling pulseras at lunch time outside of the cafeteria from A through D lunch, as well as before and after school from December 1st to December 12th.  Read More


A two week research adventure in Tanzania, Africa. You will have many opportunities to see most of Africa's big mammals and other amazing wildlife. For more information see Mr.Paul in the science department and come to parent/student informational meeting Tuesday, December 9 @ 6:00pm in Room C-118.  Read More


The Essex High School annual Child Drop Off event will take place this year on December 9, 11 and 17. This is part of the morning preschool program and goes from 8 a.m.-12 p.m., taking place in room B117 of the high school.  Read More


Art of Hom Pradhan (CTE-Graphic Design Student) will be exhibited EHS/CTE Library from October 27 to December 19. Artist Reception will be happening on November 12th, 2014 at 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm.   Read More


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Essex High School is a mission-driven and learning-centered community that believes, through both independent and collaborative engagement, everyone can develop excellence in their individual pursuits. We offer a rigorous and varied curriculum and believe in challenging students to think critically and act responsibly, compassionately, and respectfully. We foster intellectual curiosity and resourcefulness, so that students can engage in their learning to achieve the behaviors, skills, and knowledge essential to becoming contributing members of their community and citizens of a diverse and ever-changing world.

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