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Eastside ranked in the top 3% of High Schools Nationally

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Eastside has 48 classrooms, 7 computer labs, an auditorium, media center, cafeteria, and 2 gyms.

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Blue and Gold Express
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Please come out to eat while supporting the EHS band program with these restaurant nights:

MAY
May 8: Moe's on Pelham
May 12: Zaxby's on E. North St.

JUNE
June 12: Moe's on Pelham
June 16: Zaxby's on E. North St.

JULY
July 7: Zaxby's on E. North St.

Upcoming Events

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Prom

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Alive at 25
Only Graduates of the Alive at 25 Program may park at Eastside.
Here are a list of the classes that will be held at Eastside through August.
  1. May 3rd-9am
  2. May 17th-9am
  3. June 19th-1pm
  4. July 17th-1pm
  5. August 9th-9am

EASTSIDE GRADUATION

Graduation Date is June 5, 2015 at 7:00 at the Bon Secours Wellness Center.

June 2, 2014 Mandatory Practice from 1:00-3:00 at Eastside and June 2, 2014, Mandatory Practice from 4:00 -6:00 at Bon Secours Wellness Center. Both practices are mandatory, no exceptions!

An Evening With Shakespeare

Eastside Drama’s Spring Production, An Evening With Shakespeare, is set for Thursday, April 24 at 7 pm in the auditorium. Tickets are $5 at the door. This narrated Showcase of scenes from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, Hamlet, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, was written by Eastside’s own Christopher Chamness and features principal Mike Thorne as Julius Caesar and English teacher Jonathan Dorn as Marc Antony.

Eastside Earns Palmetto Gold Award
Eastside has once again earned The Palmetto Gold Award for Absolute Performance and The Palmetto Silver Award for Closing the Gap in Achievement between groups of students.

Eastside Makes the News
Eastside is ranked 8th in South Carolina (out of 251) and 791st in the Nation (out of over 27,000) on the Washington Post's Most Challenging High Schools List.  According to the Washington Post, the ranking is used to identify high schools that are currently doing the best job of preparing students for college-level work.

Lets Put an Stop to Brain Drain!
The Governor's School for Science & Mathematics has three awesome STEM-focused camps taking place this summer for rising 7th-10th graders. From pre-med and engineering to mobile apps and astrophysics, there is something for everyone. Encourage your students and their parents to check them out at www.scgssm.org/summer !

Rising 7th & 8th Graders:iTEAMS camp is a four-day experience being offered in 10 countries across the state. Students will create mobile apps, video games or interactive objects using the latest technologies. Locations include: Beaufort, Berkeley, Dorchester, Greenville, Greenwood, Horry, Lexington, Spartanburg, York and Richland countries.
Cost: FREE
Application Deadline: April 28, 2014, until camps are full after deadline.
Apply Now!

Rising 9th Graders:
New this year, CREATEng is a one-of-a-kind, four-day, immersion into engineering and design-based thinking. Working in teams, students will engage in a problem-based curriculum where they apply principles of engineering design to solve daily challenges. Locations in the Upstate and Lowcountry.
Cost: $250, financial aid is available.
Application Deadline: April 28, 2014, until camps are full after deadline.
Apply Now! 

Rising 8th, 9th, and 10th Graders:
GoSciTech is GSSM's annual residential summer camp offering unmatched opportunities to explore science, technology, engineering and math in an interactive environment. With 27 different courses to select from, over four different weeks, the possibilities are endless!
Cost: $725-750
Application Deadline: May 9, 2014
Apply Now!

Virtual Summer School
Students interested in taking virtual school classes this summer need to talk to their Guidance Counselor by May 12.  Online student registration for virtual school classes this summer opens May 19.

Greenville Tech Scholarships
Attention seniors planning on attending Greenville Tech in the Fall!  Scholarships are available for students interested in majoring in Technologies & Manufacturing and/or Machine Tool Technology.  Scholarships are also available for students who have completed the Bridges to a Brighter Future Program at Furman University.  Information can be found at http://gvltec.edu/scholarships/.  Application deadline is May 1.  

Businesses Recognize Eastside Students
EHS would like to give a BIG Thank You to many of our local businesses for supporting the new Rewarding Academic Achievement (RAA!) Program!  Students were recognized for their academic achievement at the end of the first semester.    The following businesses donated to the program:  Bi-Lo, Hudson Corners; Bojangles; Pelham Rd.; Chick Fil A, Pelham Rd.; Chick FilA, Taylors; Head Coach Hairicuts, Woodruff Rd.; Little Pigs BBQ, Hudson Corners; Moes, Pelham Rd.; Papa Murphys, all Upstate locations; Quiznos, Batesville Rd.; Tropical Grill, Pelham Rd.; Yogurtini, Pelham Rd.  Thank you to the businesses and congratulations to our students!

GE Machinist Apprentice Program Recruitment
GE is kicking off their 2014 Machinist Apprentice Program recruitment! This is an incredible opportunity for students wishing to pursue a career in Machine Tool Technology. Students have the opportunity to have school paid for and gain over 2000 hours of on-the-job training.  The Machinist Apprentice Program is a 2-year program.  Students enroll at Greenville Technical College and tuition, books, and fees paid for by GE. Apprentices are also paid for on-the-job training at GE.  Apply at www.gegasturbinejobs.com Deadline is May 5.

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