EHHS Office: (206) 780-1646EHHS Attendance Line: (206) 780-1660BHS Attendance Line: (206) 842-2918Eagle Harbor High School provides an environment in which students can create and direct their academic program, while they explore their role and relevance in the wider community.Our program benefits a student who desires:
- More choices in academic schedules
- Learning opportunities which reach beyond the classroom
- Strong relationships with peers and staff
- Student voice and choice in their education
EAGLE HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL INFO NIGHT
If you're interested in learning more about Eagle Harbor High School please join us Thursday March 4th at 7:00 on Zoom.
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EHHS is a smaller, more personal high school in the district, which is a place to learn that:
--Offers students a voice and many choices
--Is like a family, where all of the teachers work together as a team to support and challenge you
--Helps you create your own personalized path toward graduation
--Has seat-based classes, independent studies, service learning and additional options to earn credits
--Offers accelerated, honors, AP courses, and a college-in-the-high-school class that can earn University of Washington credit
--Encourages students to pursue their passions as part of their high school plan
--Has high standards of rigor and relevance
Eagle Harbor honors diversity, relationships, self-direction, and a sense of community. Our students share with us that they like----- a place to feel comfortable being who they are, open campus for all grades for lunch, the free student snack bar provided by parents/ PTO, the independent study contracts to get credit for outside interests like theatre, dance, martial arts, etc., flexible learning spaces and teachers who know them well.
All Eagle Harbor students can still be involved in all of the Bainbridge HS sports, clubs and activities. Eagle Harbor students may choose to take classes at BHS to meet their high school requirements and future goals.
Eagle Harbor is a great option whether you plan to head to a four year university, a community college, a tech school, take a gap year or work after high school. We work one on one with you throughout high school to help you find your own path.
FAQs for the Class of 2020
We know the Class of 2020 has many questions! We have answers —with more to come as additional information becomes available. Check this website often for updates.