Evergreen High School

EHS is a phenomenal high school nestled in the mountains of Evergreen, Colorado. Our graduates are enrolled in all of Colorado's state universities and colleges, as well as the most prestigious universities throughout the country.
* Evergreen High School is a National Blue Ribbon School.
* Evergreen High School has been a winner of the John Irwin School of Excellence Award for the past 17 years in a row.
* EHS received the highest academic performance rating of "Excellent" on the School Accountability Report from the Colorado Department of Education for all 15 years.
* Last year, we achieved 100% graduation rate among high school seniors.

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Address: PO Box 2861
Evergreen, CO 80437
The Evergreen High School Education Foundation, a volunteer, non-profit organization of EHS families and supporters, is focused on funding budget shortfalls in technology, training, and classroom tools at Evergreen High School. The EHSEF raises funds to support EHS's outstanding educational programs and ensure the academic success of all students. To learn more visit www.EHSEF.org.
Your financial contribution has a significant impact on the students and teachers at Evergreen High School. It keeps our school competitive and ensures that our students are able to engage in rigorous, creative, and innovative educational experiences that prepare them to advance the global community. If every family contributes $50 for each of their EHS students, we will achieve our goal. 100% of your donation goes to the Evergreen High School Education Foundation.

Our primary goal this year is to complete the installation of Mimio Touchscreens in every single classroom. Mimios are state-of-the-art classroom technology, the kind of thing that sets EHS apart. They are interactive technological powerhouses and that have cross-curricular applications useful for all teachers and students. PLUS, we are raising money to support educational projects where there are funding shortfalls. Teachers know they can come to us with their proposals and we can offer them funding for the kind of projects that make learning special. We recently approved funding for a weather balloon to be used by the STEM program, a school-wide subscription to the Wall Street Journal, which the social studies department utilizes daily with students, garden towers so science students can grow their own food, and new computers for the broadcasting classes.

With this funding our school can reach a level of excellence for our students.