Principal: Greg Doan
Assistant Principal: Eric Mandeville
Athletic/Activities Director: Tami Payne
School Mascot: Devils
School Colors: Black and White w/ Red
Eagle Valley High School, where we “educate every student for success”!
This is the Eagle County School District mission statement, and one that we take extremely seriously at Eagle Valley High School. Our school is known for working hard to build relationships with our students, parents and school community members as well as offering challenging academic and activity programs that engage our students in the high school experience. Our staff focuses each day at being experts at what they do and in building relationships with their students. Their ability to do this at a high level sets EVHS up for success!
Eagle County School District Annual Report 2011-12
TYPE OF SCHOOL
Eagle Valley High School is a four-year comprehensive high school enrolling 715 students located in a rural area of a resort community. Eagle Valley has been awarded the “Accreditation with Distinction” honor for high schools through the Eagle County Schools and Colorado Department of Education. It holds membership in the Colorado Council of High School/College Relations.
Eagle Valley is one of two traditional high schools, an alternative high school and a publically funded charter high school in Eagle County School District which serves about 6200 students from elementary to high school age.
Eagle County is a mountain resort community of approximately 15,000 full time residents located 100 miles west of Denver in the Colorado Rockies. The county includes the internationally known ski resorts of Vail and Beaver Creek. Eagle County is an economically and culturally diverse community with a cosmopolitan atmosphere, rich in natural beauty and opportunity.
715 students, approximately 52% Caucasian and 46% Hispanic and 2% other.
EVHS has 58 staff members, with an average of 12 years experience including 2 counselors and 3 administrators.
EVHS is on the semester system.
CURRICULUM 2013-14 Course Guide
Over 115 courses are offered in 15 departments
Honors courses are offered in English I, II, and III, Geometry, Algebra II, and Anatomy & Physiology and are designated by HON on the transcript. Grades in Honors are not weighted.
Advanced Placement (AP) courses are offered in 5 subjects: English Literature, World History, Studio Art, American Government, and Psychology
Dual Enrollment (DE) classes offered in conjunction with Colorado Mountain College in the 2009-2010 school year include: US History I&II, College Algebra, College Trigonometry, Calculus I & II, College Chemistry I & II, Biology I & II, and English Composition I & II.
27 credits are required for graduation in 2010 with a minimum in the following areas:
(One semester/trimester equals .5 credits.)
English...……..…….. 4 Social Studies..….… 3
Mathematics…….….. 3 Sciences………...…. 3
Physical Education…. 1.5 Health….………..... .5
Computer Tech….….. 1 Total……………. 27
GRADING AND RANKING
Grades are given on a letter scale: A, B, C, D, and F.
AP and Dual Enrollment classes are weighted by 1.0.
GPA is calculated using only trimester grades to include all coursework. Class rankings are based on cumulative GPA.
A 90-100 4.0 5.0 Excellent
B 80-89 3.0 4.0 Above Average
C 70-79 2.0. 3.0 Average
D 60-69 1.0 1.0 Below Average
F below 60 0.0 0.0 Failing
P .………… Passing Credit earned/not included in GPA
WP .………… Passing at withdrawal/not included in GPA
WF ….……… Failing at withdrawal/F in GPA
NG .………… No grade given/not included in GPA
NC………….. No credit given
Students may retake a course for which they have failed or received a D. The new grade becomes the official grade on the transcript. The previous grade appears as an NC for No credit.
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