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    East High School

    East High as summer comes to a close; photo: Barzilai Estrada-Serrano

  • Girl's Soccer


    Thanks for a great year; photo: Natalie Hamilton.

  • East v Kearns 2014


    On to the state playoffs with ball carrier Helaman SueSue: Taylor Duong.

  • MESS


    The Mighty East Student Section mightier than ever; photo: Taylor Duong.

  • Ice Challenge

    ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    Our administrators took the challenge at the football game on August 29.

  • Salt Flats CTE Field Trip

    CTE at the Salt Flats

    Students from the East Career and Technical Education (CTE) department experiencing high performance machines at the Bonneville Salt Flats; photo: Maxwell Hamilton.

News & Announcements

Football Playoff

East will play Timpview at Timpview in the first round of the state football playoffs. The game will begin at 4:00. East will run buses to the game leaving from East at 3:00. Students must purchase tickets at the game for $5 each.

National Honor Society

The NHS is holding a Trick or Treat for food items on Halloween, this Friday. Meet at Laird Park, 1185 South 1800 East, at 5:00. There will be treats for ewveryone at the end.

Sterling Scholar

Seniors, apply now to become a Sterling Scholar. This a pretigeous award that will, at the least, prepare you like nothing else for the college application process, and at best earn you a significant scholarship. See Suzan Lake in D 303. The deadline is November 3.

Senior Ads in Yearbook

Seniors and parents of seniors, order your yearbook ads with the form you can obtain here. Parents, embarass your students by letting them know how proud you are. Students, show your parents gratitude that will last beyond your lifetimes.

Extra Extra! The October Communique is Here!

October Communique

Golf Team

\.Golf TeamCongratulations to the Men's golf team who took fourth place at state.

Girls' Tennis

Congratulations to the Girls' tennis team who took the region championship.

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