Stories From Our Community
Read stories about what makes our community special.
There are a variety of ways to get involved in our community - come partner with us!
Find the latest information related to COVID-19 and the steps we are taking to slow the spread.
High level of integrity and ethical action; Works for the good of community; Empathetic, compassionate, and open-minded; Accepts responsibility for self
Communicates effectively as listener, speaker, writer; Strong interpersonal skills, conflict resolution skills; Is both a leader and a contributor
Diverse, informed world perspective; Communicates effectively in at least two world languages; Embraces cultural diversity, seeking multicultural interactions.
Proficient in a variety of academic and technologic disciplines; Thnks and produces creatively; Intellectually curious, applies original solutions; Critically evaluates information sources.
Understands needs as a learner; Persistent; Sets personal learning goals; Seeks opportunities for growth.
Maintains healthy, balanced lifestyle; adapts to new, challenging situations; committed to own physical, social, emotional well-being
8 EHS seniors have committed to play D-I or D-II athletics at the collegiate level. Teammates, friends and family gathered at a ceremony to recognize these student-athletes.
A team of four EHS juniors are finalists in the Project Green Challenge, which drew competing teams of high school and college students from around the world. Julia Domingo, Yeshe Jangchup, Sofia Seidelmann, and Maria Goulakova are all part of Project Earth at EHS. Seidelmann will travel to the San Francisco Bay Area later this month to represent the team in the PGC Finals.
The EHS Breakfast Book Club started as a way to bring readers together to talk about books. Throughout our 20 years, we have read a combined total of 87 books, connected with 21 award-winning and best-selling authors, and welcomed over 1,000 students into our club. Join our first discussion of the year on Thursday, November 11, 2021!
On Nov. 2, voters in the Edina school district elected four members to the School Board: Erica Allenburg, Dan Arom, Michael Birdman, and Karen Gabler.