Welcome to EIS High School!

 

I am pleased to invite you to take a virtual tour through our High School web page.

EIS is an AdvancED / SACS accredited school that allows students to attain an American High School Diploma.   As well students have the opportunity to obtain the Honduran Bachillerato Diploma.

Please feel free to contact us to arrange a personal visit to our beautiful campus and receive further information.

 

With a student population of over 450 and 50 teachers, administrators, and support staff, EIS will be able to meet all your children’s needs.  Over ninety percent of our students attend university upon graduation with 40% attending schools in the US, Canada, and Europe.

EIS High School Mission and Vision

 

Our Vision

At EIS High School, success goes hand in hand with the most valuable characteristics of our school community that are shown by the values of integrity, responsibility, empathy, knowledge, leadership and readiness for the future. We all share a common goal to lead our students to feel READY TO BE someone in the future with a sense of purpose and direction. Readiness to be tomorrow ´s leaders in the society that will be strengthened by a nurtured, clean and organized school community spirit. We believe in a common goal that leads us to academic success and happiness and to an inclusive and complete high school experience.

 

Our Mission

To provide growing and learning opportunities that develop all students’ leadership skills in order to promote independence, responsibility and social sensitivity in their academics and personal areas.   To have a safe and happy environment that fosters successful learners.

High School News Board

 

Here we share some of the good things that are going on in our Bulldog high school community

 

The National Honor Society is requesting your help for their activity “What you can spare, they can wear.” NHS is trying to reach out to those less fortunate in our community and provide some help. Throughout December, NHS will collecting clothes for men, women, and children (of all sizes), as well as collecting bags, accessories, homeware and anything that could be helpful to those in need.

 

In an effort to keep our teens informed of ways in which they can show their values and positive characteristics while in public, our Character Education staff presented different topics during the month of November at Advisory Time, such as handling emotions, the importance of sleeping well and benefits of giving compliments to others. It is always good to share information in different areas that help to support our students in building a strong and positive character.

 

As part of the initiatives from the Counseling department and Character Education many conferences are taking place in our school to provide information and support to parents and students on different important and relevant topics to their daily lives. As part of one of the programs supporting and informing our wonderful school community, BILY (Be Informed Be Yourself), provided the conference “Children, Parents and Technology: Who is in charge?” by Lic. Manuel Edgardo Lopez, Lic. Joselyn Roque and Alberto Downing were part of the panel presented at the conference on November 24th. Also “Acuerdo/Contrato Padres-Hijos Uso de Celular y demás Dispositivos Electrónicos”, took place and was a clear success by the feedback received from parents and the many ideas the conference triggered on how to better deal with teens and electronic devices. During the month of December another successful conference was the workshop “Seguridad Cibernética” by Lic. Alberto Downing. Thanks to all our parents for participating!

 

To set the tone with the season High School Teachers are having a Holiday Door decoration contest for their classrooms. There will be three winners under the categories of Originality and Creativity and there will be a prize for the winners!

 

All of our programs are keeping our student busy with all the different events happening in and out of school National Honor Society (NHS), Student Counsel (STUCO), Knowledge Bowl, Model United Nations (MUN), Model of Organization of American States (MOAS), Cross Country, Track & Field, Sports (Basketball, Volleyball, Swimming, Soccer), Trabajo Educativo Social (TES), Chess Club, Charity, Teens Against Destructive Ideas (TADI), Girls Hope, Operation Smile, Environmental and Humanities, Math club, Student Teaching (STS), Marching Band, extracurricular music ( piano, violin, guitar, singing), and Bulldog Cheerleaders.

 

The High School staff is working constantly in the revision of the curriculum and the Learning Path for high school. The feedback of students, parents, teachers and administrators in the different areas of school improvement is a key piece to get to clear and firm goals that benefits our school community.

 

Promoting our school spirit, the NHS sponsored the Halloween Costume Contest which took place Friday, October 30th. Prizes were given in the categories of best group, most original, cutest, funniest, and scariest. The parade was a real success and students and staff enjoyed the time shared!

 

As we move forward to the holiday season, we must remember the great school community that we all share. I am very happy with the commitment of our students and staff that is evidenced by a noticeable engaging learning environment in the classrooms. Let ´s all together move forward from Good to Great as we plan to be part of school events that will lead us to the holidays. I am thankful to be the high school principal and to share everyday with all of you. Think about all the things you are thankful for and share the good moments and memories with your loved ones. See you in school!

 

High School Administration

 

GO BULLDOGS!

Our Programs

 

National Honor Society (NHS), Student Counsel (STUCO), Knowledge Bowl, Model United Nations (MUN), Model of Organization of American States (MOAS), Cross Country, Track & Field, Sports (Basketball, Volleyball, Swimming, Soccer), Trabajo Educativo Social (TES), Chess Club, Charity, Teens Against Destructive Ideas (TADI), Girls Hope, Operation Smile, Environmental and Humanities, Math club, Student Teaching (STS), Marching Band, extracurricular music ( piano, violin, guitar, singing), and Bulldog Cheerleaders.