• 2016 - 2017

    EATONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL PROFILE

     

    CEEB Code: 480335

    Accredited through Northwest Association of Accredited Schools (NAAS)

     

    Mailing Address:

    PO Box 699

    302 Mashell Avenue North

    Eatonville, WA 98328

     

    Main Office: 360-879-1200

    Guidance Office: 360-879-1212

    eatonvillehighschool.net

     

    Principal: John Paul Colgan

    Counselors: MaryAnn Baker, Corinna Schoonover

     

    Our Mission: “Together, we commit to inspiring Lifelong Learners to create a better future.”

     

    Our district provides a strong basic education program from kindergarten through grade 12 with an enrollment of approximately 1,820. The district consists of five schools, Eatonville High School (grades 9-12), Eatonville Middle School (grades 6-8), Eatonville Elementary School (K‑5), Columbia Crest A-STEM School (K-8), and Weyerhaeuser Elementary School (K-5).

     

    Last year, the Eatonville School District spent $11,234.51 per FTE across all programs. Of this, 72.38% were spent in instructional programs, 27.17% were in support programs (Districtwide Support, Food Service, and Transportation), and 0.44% was in neither of the above (neither instructional programs nor support).

     

    School:

    Eatonville High School (EHS) is a comprehensive 4-year public high school enrolling 653 students in grades 9 through 12.

     

    Curriculum:

    The academic program is organized into a 6-period day (each period is 50 minutes) with one advisory period (20 minutes) on 4 days a week, and a two-semester schedule.

     

    Advanced Placement (AP) Classes: AP English Language, AP English Literature, AP US History, AP Spanish (No longer offered 2016-17 and beyond), AP Calculus, AP Statistics, AP Psychology, AP Biology, AP Environmental Science, and AP Computer Science.

     

    Dual Credit Program: This program allows students to earn college credits at area colleges beginning in their freshman year.

     

    Running Start Program: In 2016-17, approximately 48 students are attending Community College or a Technical College through the Running Start Program.

     

    Pierce County Skill Center (PCSC): Students have an opportunity to attend the skill center in the summer and in the morning during the academic school year. In 2016-17, there are 17 students currently enrolled in PCSC.

     

    Grading and Ranking:

    A   Excellent                     94 – 100                4.0

    B   Above Average           85 - 93                   3.0

    C   Average                      75 - 84                   2.0

    D   Below Average           65 - 74                   1.0

    F    Failure                         64 or below           0.0

     

    Students are ranked on the basis of accumulated grade point average figured at the end of each

    Semester.

     

    Grade point average (GPS) is computed beginning in 9th grade. All subjects passed or failed are included in the computation of the cumulative GPA. Grades are unweighted.

     

    To earn an Eatonville High School Diploma, students must:

    Earn 44 semester credits.

    Pass State test in English Language Arts, Math, and Science.

    Complete a Culminating Project.

    Complete a High School and Beyond Plan.

     

    Cumulative Grade Point Average by grade level 2016-17:

    12th grade - 2.77

    11th grade - 2.67

    10th grade - 2.79

     

    Standardized Test Results:

    SAT 2015-2016

    68 Test Takers or 47%

    Mean Score:

    • Critical Reading 518
    • Mathematics 508
    • Writing 490

    Advanced Placement Participation:

    In May of 2016, EHS had 87 students take 128 AP Exams in seven different subject areas.

     

    Awards and Distinctions:

    National Merit Scholars (1985) (2003) (2006)

    National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist (2006) (2017)

    Washington State School of Distinction (2013)

     

    Post High School Placement (2014):

    30% matriculated to 4-year colleges and/or universities.

    60% matriculated to 2-year institutions or technical instruction.

    10% selected military service, apprenticeship, or went to work.

     

    Contact Information:

    MaryAnn Baker, Counselor, maryann_baker@eatonville.wednet.edu

    Corinna Schoonover, Counselor, Corinna_Schoonover@eatonville.wednet.edu