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EHS Academics

We are deeply focused on 21st century academics. Eastmark students have access to advanced academic and honors classes taught by dedicated educators who are passionate about the subjects they teach. We are proud to offer honors, advanced placement (AP), and dual enrollment courses.

At Eastmark, we are proud to offer honors English for ninth and tenth graders, honors biology, honors geometry, and honors ancient civilizations. We also offer a variety of science, world language, and extracurricular courses.

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English Language Arts

Our English language arts and literacy curriculum addresses the reading, writing, language, and speaking and listening skills students need to master as they progress through school, toward college and a career, and as they achieve their goals.

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World Languages

Learning a world language is vital in today's society. It builds multi-tasking skills and improves memory and decision-making skills and teaches tolerance, understanding, and compassion for other cultures. It’s even been shown that those who learn a foreign language improve their own English.

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Mathematics

Our mathematics curriculum at EHS is preparing students for the next grade level of math and mastering on level standards. We set high expectations for our students and teachers. Students pursue conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and application and modeling situations throughout all units and grade levels. They will also use our core mission values of collaboration, innovation, and respect while achieving diverse math tasks. Our balanced approach to mathematics encourages students to integrate new ideas into their growing knowledge of other subjects and career paths.

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Science

Eastmark’s science courses and electives provide students with a foundation in modern concepts in both the biological and physical sciences. Armed with this knowledge, they will have the ability to become productive members of our increasingly technologically and scientifically advanced society.

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Social Studies

We believe that through understanding the past our students will have a better future. As students develop a better understanding of historical events and people, they learn to interpret significant themes, ideas, and beliefs and to identify turning points throughout the world’s history.