Final Exam Schedule
Celebrate the Eagle Valley Community & Attend the 4th Annual EVHS Foundation Fire & Ice Gala (click here for details) “EVHS Hall of Fame” Induction: Honoring Pete & Shirley Nolan (former EVHS Athletic Director/longtime administrator & EVES Secretary)
Student Ski Pass
The Student Pass this year is only valid at Vail and Beaver Creek and has no restrictions.
As in prior years, your student must only have their 2013-14 photo Student ID to purchase their pass. If your students do not have a photo id then they will need to get a letter from the main office at EVHS. This letter must be printed on letterhead and have an original signature in order to be accepted at the ski pass office.
Please note the prices for the ski passes as follows.
Product Valid At 2013-14 Price
Eagle County Student Ages 5-12 Vail & Beaver Creek $219
Eagle County Student Ages 13-18 Vail & Beaver Creek $349
There is no deadline to purchase students ski passes!
SAVE THE DATE
College & Career Readiness Night (click here for more info)
Tuesday, November 12th, 2013
Eagle Valley High School
6:00pm – 9:00pm
Help the Eagle Valley High School FBLA raise money for the Colorado Flood Relief! You can buy a T-shirt for only $15 or donate any amount of money and receive a tax receipt!
Click Here for more information.
Eagle Valley High School’s DADD (Devil’s Against Destructive Decisions) Club is committed to keeping teens safe on the road, and that’s why we’re participating in Celebrate My Drive®, a program that’s all about celebrating the fun of getting a driver’s license while helping you drive safely so you arrive safely. What’s really sweet about participating in this program is you can also help our school win a $100,000 grant … and possibly a concert by Grammy Award winner Kelly Clarkson right here at our school! Click here for details.
NATIONAL RECOGNITION FOR
EVHS STUDENTS & STAFF There are many different metrics out there that can rank schools and their performance (Newsweek, Colorado School Grades, CDE Performance Frameworks). Each one uses a system that is unique to them. US News & World Report is known for their rankings of the Best Colleges, Graduate Schools, and now High Schools in the county.
National “Silver Medal High School”
38th best High School in Colorado
Nationwide: 2160 out of 21,035 = top 10%
Colorado: 38 out of 458 = top 10%
National Rankings – US News & World Report evaluated more than 21,000 public high schools in 49 states and the District of Columbia. Schools were awarded gold, silver or bronze medals based on state proficiency standards and how well they prepare students for college.
Top Ranked CO Schools – One of the states with flexibility from US News & World Report mandates, Colorado tests students via state assessments that cover math, reading, writing and science. Colorado has programs to help homeless students, create drug-free schools and promote nutrition education, according to the Colorado Department of Education. To be eligible for a state ranking, a school must be awarded a national gold or silver medal. There are 83 Colorado schools ranked in 2013 among the US News Best High Schools , including 15 gold medal schools, 24 silver medal schools and 44 bronze medal schools.