• Spring Has Sprung

    Spring Has Sprung

  • Class of 2019

    East High Class of 2019

  • Prom Picture Retrieval

    Collecting Pictures a Few Days After Prom

  • Mario Citizenship

    Our Own Mario Became a US Citizen on April 10! Congratulations!

  • Prom 2019

    East High Revelers at Prom

  • State Basketball Champions

    State Basketball Champions

    Captains and mvp of the basketball team regaled at the spirit assembly

  • Electric Car

    East Enters the Age of Electric Transportation

    Ben Carp test drives the electric car hand-built by Mr. Hamilton's classes

  • Students of the Month March 2019

    March Students of the Month

  • Astronomy Crane Project

    1000 Crane Project

    Mr. Durham's astronomy classes have made 1000 origami cranes following a Japanese convention for astronaut applicants. They are hanging on the C floor.

News & Announcements

.Choir Showcase


2019-2020 Student Body and Class Officers

2019-2020 Cheer

Everything Seniors Need to Know About Graduation This Year

Block E Award Information and Form

Comcast Cares Day: STEM addition on April 20th

Click Here for More Information & Sign-Up

Aspire Testing (Replaces Sage)

We are quickly coming to the end of the school year, which means it is time to talk about end of year testing. This year we will be using a test called Aspire ACT Plus (Aspire for short). Aspire will take the place of SAGE and only 9th and 10th grade students will take it.
In addition to measuring student progress on the Utah Core Standards, Aspire is designed to better prepare students to take the ACT in 11th grade. Unlike SAGE, Aspire is a timed test and has four sections that align with the ACT subject areas: Reading (90 minutes), Math (90 minutes) English (45 minutes), and Science (60 minutes). In order to accommodate the Math and Reading tests, which will take longer than our usual 90 minute periods, we will have a modified bell schedule on April 30th, May 1st, May 2nd and May 3rd. Please view the image at the bottom of this message to see the modified bell schedule.
English and Science testing will take place during the week of April 22nd. Please encourage your students to get a good night’s sleep, eat a good breakfast, and be on time to school!
Last, but not least, for the first year of the test, results will not be available until October 2019. Results will include your student’s score, how they compare to other students in their grade, and where your student can still improve.
Students and families can find additional information about Aspire and frequently asked questions here: https://schools.utah.gov/assessment/assessments?mid=1173&tid=9
Students can find a tutorial and practice questions here: http://utah.pearsonaccessnext.com/tutorial/ http://utah.pearsonaccessnext.com/question-samplers/

Aspire Testing


Click Here to Donate to the EHS PTSA

Cesar Chavez Language Arts and Visual Arts Contest

To enter and participate in the 2019 Cesar E. Chavez Language Arts and Visual Arts contest, click on the title above.

1300 East Construction

13th East construction is underway and you may be affected by it. To help you, we have posted the construction information on this web site. You can access it by clicking on the title above.

Pencilings Wins Award

Pencilings Cover

The National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), has recognized our literary magazine, Pencilings, with a merit award for 2018! In addition, Pencilings was ranked 4th in the state of Utah, the only public, non-charter, non-private, high school to have been recognized.


Greetings, High School Musical Fans!

During the school year self-guided tours are 2:30 - 7pm, Monday - Thursday (after school). East High is closed to tours on Fridays. Please see school calendar for school closures. There is a map by the main office doors. Please consider bringing a food donation for our food pantry! Click here for items most needed.

Introducing Smith's East High Leopard Stash!

On November 20, 2018 Smith's Food and Drug Company made a $70,000 commitment to provide food support to our school food pantry for three years. From the inception of the Stash in 2015 with PTA Presidents Patti Christensen and Jane Barker, to the fully functioning food pantry for students and their families that we have today, this partnership allows sustainability, fresh nutrition, and dependability to those in need. This pledge by Smith's not only provides needed grocery support, but will pay for summer interns/employees and some infrastructure. Today our freezer in stocked with beef and talapia. The shelves hold soups, pasta, rice, beans, and baking supplies. The fridge is loaded with eggs, cheese, butter, milk, lunch meat, and more. If you are in need of food support, please come visit the Stash and take away some amazing products! If you want to tour our services, volunteer or have questions please contact Kris.Barta@slcschools.org. The EHS student and family support program is amazing thanks to the support of our wonderful administration. It takes about 40 volunteers every week to make this all come together. Thank you to every one of you volunteers, donors, and dreamers. This labor of love has arrived!

Keys to Success Program

Keys to Success

Students, what do you want to do with your life? Keys to Success provides you with dozens of resources and tools to help you plan for your future. You can receive personalized notifications according to your interests. Explore all the opportunities and gain points by earning Key Cards, exploring internships, applying for scholarships, and then redeem points for great prizes. Watch a short informative video on the website or app to learn more. This program is well worth your time!

New Bus Schedules

Click here for 2018-19 bus schedules.

Fee Waiver for 2018-2019

Parents and Guardians,

Submit your 2018-2019 fee waiver to the East High Main Office.

Fee Waiver - English

Fee Waiver - Spanish

Support Your East High Leopards

Help East High retain its century-old greatness.

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