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Q3 conferences

Our next opportunity to conference with teachers is during our third quarter: Thursday, March 7th.  More information to follow...

EVHS Spanish for Heritage Learners

Students in our Spanish for Heritage Learners class served as presenters for children and their families visiting the Minnesota Zoo on Spanish Day. 

Reality Fair

Eastview High School students received a dose of reality this fall participating in an event that had them navigating the financial implications of significant life events like buying a house or having a child. Sponsored by Wings Financial, the Reality Fair featured credit union advisors and high school teachers staffing life milestone stations meant to educate students about the importance of fiscal responsibility. 


Students in our Intro to Teacher Education course are also enrolled at Normandale Community College earning 4 credits in their Introduction to Education course providing them with an overview of the the education profession. This is a partnership with NCC that allows students to earn credit at EVHS and credits at Normandale.    

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Eastview High School

6200 140th Street West
Apple Valley, MN 55124
Office: 952-431-8900
Attendance: 952-431-8922

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Apply today for Educational Benefits Program

Formerly known as the Free and Reduced-Price Meals Program, approved applications are more than just for meals but also provide your school with critical funding. 

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2024-25 Course Registration

Course registration for the 2024-25 school year starts this week.  CLICK HERE to learn more.  

Proud Home of the Eastview Lightning

Locally and nationally recognized as a top high school for academic, arts and athletics. Our creative and progressive structuring of our facilities and educational environment provides focused support and engages students in innovative learning experiences. 


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The District 196 School Board on Jan. 8 approved a resolution to accept the resignation of Board Director Bianca Virnig and declare a board vacancy, and a separate action to approve the process the board will use to fill the vacancy. Virnig won a special election Dec. 5 to fill the open seat in House District 52B. She will resign from the School Board Jan. 11.