Students in El Segundo High School’s (ESHS) Class of 2017 will put on their caps and gowns for the first time on June 2 and walk to the elementary school from which they got their humble beginnings over a decade ago. The elementary school students and staff will line the hallways and corridors to welcome and congratulate the alumni. Click headline for more.
El Segundo Unified School District Superintendent Melissa Moore has been recognized as a leading educator and awarded a full scholarship to attend the upcoming “ASU GSV Summit” for a gathering of some of the greatest minds in education and workforce innovation. Moore is one of only 500 superintendents out of approximately 13,500 school districts nationwide to receive this honor. Click headline for more.
The El Segundo Unified School District Long Range Facility Master Plan describes short-term and long-range facility recommendations. This document is a plan that the Board of Education will use to guide ongoing maintenance and care decisions for our district facilities and identify key facility modernization and new construction projects based upon the District’s goals, Boards’ priorities and funding availability. Project designations are considered flexible and the priority level timeline may be adjusted accordingly. Click headline to review the document in its entirety.
El Segundo High School achieved the highest rate of graduates in the region in 2016, with 99.4 percent of its senior class taking home diplomas! The overall graduation rate for the El Segundo Unified School District is 98.9—also the highest in the region. ESUSD percentages far exceed the state’s average graduation rate of 83.2 percent.
California’s high school graduation rate increased for the seventh year in a row and reached a record high for the class of 2016, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced this week.
Click headline to link to the Daily Breeze story published April 11, 2017 about grad rates in the South Bay.
This year, the El Segundo High School Choir’s spring performance tour took 50 students on a memorable trip to paradise.
Under the guidance of ESHS Choir Director Gianna Summers, the choral students had prepared for their trip to Hawaii since the beginning of the school year and were ready for five days packed with musical performances and cultural experiences. Click headline for more.