- 500 Macungie Avenue
- Emmaus, PA 18049
- main office- 610.965.1650
- attendance- 610.965.1661
Below are the final exam schedules for June 2014. Please note that due to the inclement weather this winter seniors will operate on a different final exam schedule than freshmen, sophomores, and juniors.
- The bell schedule for all students for senior final exam days can be found HERE
- The senior final exam schedule can be found HERE
- The fr./so./jr. final exam schedule can be found HERE
The Emmaus High School Counseling Department would like to invite high school students and parents to the 2nd Annual Emmaus High School College Fair to be held on Wednesday, April 30, from 6 - 8 pm in the EHS gymnasiums.
Representatives from over 100 colleges, technical schools, as well as several branches of our military, will be in attendance. This is a great opportunity for underclassmen as well as upperclassmen to research postsecondary options. All Lehigh Valley high school students and parents are welcome to attend.
Freshman Orientation for the Class of 2018 will be held at Emmaus High School on Monday, August 18, 2014. There will be more information released in the coming months.
Please be advised that as of March 13, 2014, your students’ 3rd Quarter Interim Progress Report (IPR) is available to view via the Home Access Center (HAC).
Attention Parents! Unsure how to help your student kick-start his or her college and career search? Please join the Counseling Department on March 27 for an informative Naviance workshop. The evening’s program will focus on college and career searches utilizing the many tools and assessments available to families through the web-based Naviance/Family Connection. The workshop will be held on Thursday, March 27, from 6:00 – 7:30pm in the high school auditorium.
The second quarter report cards are now available to view via the Home Access Center. If you have not yet signed up for HAC, you may do so by stopping by our main office from 7:30 am – 3:00 pm, Monday thru Friday. You will be required to provide a photo id to verify your identity and address.
We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with the grade point average calculations in our 2nd marking period grade reports. As a result, we are delaying the release of 2nd marking period report cards until further notice. We will notify you as soon as grade reports are available for your viewing via Home Access Center.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
The 11th grade History Field Trip to NYC that is scheduled for Tuesday, February 4, 2017 is cancelled if:
- there is a two hour delay
- school is closed due to inclement weather
If we have a regular school day on Tuesday, February 4, 2014, please be prepared for the field trip.
Please be advised that SECOND SEMESTER begins on Monday 1/27/14. It will be Cycle Day 6.
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Important Calendar Updates:
Due to the number of snow days and delays, the district office has extended the second marking period by two days.
END OF MARKING PERIOD ADJUSTMENT:
The last day of the 2nd marking period is changed from January 21 to January 23, 2014.
The first day of the 3rd marking period is changed from January 22 to January 24, 2014.
Students who are taking Keystone tests, there will be no a.m. testing today. Students who were to take the tests today in the a.m. will make them up tomorrow in the a.m.
Students who are taking Keystone tests in the p.m. should report to the MMR immediately after 6th period today.
Any student who was absent yesterday for testing, should report to the MMR today immediately following homeroom.
Keystone Re-testing Dates
Algebra I December 10th & 11th
Biology January 8th & 9th
We are happy to announce that we have rolled out our new E-Newsletter system. In addition to General News, Sports News, Senior Class News and the Principal’s Newsletter we have added Junior, Sophomore and Freshman Class News options. We encourage you to visit the EHS Homepage and click on the link to subscribe to one or all of these options.
Please complete this form in order to apply for a student parking permit. You will be contacted via email with additional information on how to receive your permit. Only SENIOR students will be issued a parking permit to park in student assigned lots.
The Emmaus High School English Department has released the 2013 summer reading list. I strongly encourage each of you to preview the list with your child in order to select a book that is interesting and appropriate. The following statement appears at the top of each reading list: “In the English Department's attempt to provide rich and varied reading experiences for our students, we have selected titles for the summer reading lists written mostly by contemporary authors. Some selections are focused toward mature readers. We encourage parents to assist their children in selecting interesting, appropriate titles for their summer reading. Barnes and Noble’s website provides information including Lexile level, book reviews, and age levels for specific titles. If no age level is specified in the “Product Details” section on the Barnes and Noble site, the book may be focused toward mature readers for various reasons including mature themes or mature content. Barnes and Noble is suggested as a resource only, not an endorsement of any specific bookseller.
Please click ln the following links to access specific information:
- Senior Scholarship Information - click here
- Child Find Notice - click here
- PSSA Resources - click here
- Nutrition Inc./Lunch Information (2012/13) - click here
- Emmaus High School Student Handbook - 2012-2013 - click here
- Student Classroom Observer Procedures - click here - Occasional Volunteer Affidavit
Today (04/21/2014) is cycle day 5
Our newsletters have certainly improved communication, and email and voice mail increase the availability you have to be in touch with us at school. Click here to sign up for our e-newsletter.
We believe that EHS should be a place where everyone can succeed and where everyone feels that they have a connection and involvement in the fabric of our school culture. Everyone is part of a team, speaking with one voice, working for everyone's success (more).