East Grays Harbor High School offers a chance for students who have difficulties in a traditional school setting to succeed. It was established in 1992 to serve high school students living in east Grays Harbor County. Students attend East Grays Harbor High School by personal choice.
East Grays Harbor High School offers course work to earn a high school diploma, as defined by the State of Washington. Our goal is to focus on the needs of each individual, providing the academic and personal support that is necessary for all students to be successful. East Grays Harbor High School's learning community is a place where student establish commitments and facilitator establish expectations work together to create a quality-learning environment.
During the 2011-2012 school year all of our certified and classified staff that work with the academic skills of our students are considered "Highly Qualified." This standard of professional competence is required by No Child Left Behind federal policies for all Title 1 buildings. If you have any questions in regards to the professional qualifications for any staff member at our schools, please feel free to contact Stacey Rockey at 360-482-1123 ext 529 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who attends East Grays Harbor High School?
Students who have clear goals to receive a high school diploma but are unable to reach this goal in a traditional setting for social, emotional, or financial reasons.
Daytime Program – Attend class 12 hours per week with additional home work time required.
Contracting – Complete course work independently and meet with a facilitator on a weekly basis.
Enrollment – Attend East Grays Harbor High School part-time and Elma High School part-time.
Running Start – Attend East Grays Harbor High School and a local community college earning both a high school diploma and an Associates of Arts degree.
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