"Learning Matters and Respect is Key"
At Eastview High School, we are committed to creating and supporting our Eastview Scholars. The Eastview Scholar is a student who learns or takes up knowledge or beliefs; a person who is engaged in the pursuit of learning; l a person of literary or scientific attainments; an educated person; a lifelong learner; a person whose purpose is to contribute to the betterment of society.
An Eastview Scholar exhibits an attitude of trust, honesty and integrity; respect and civility toward others; self-discipline; "can do" mindset; pride in strong work ethic, and ownership of learning.
We offer courses in 15 subject areas, including a full range of special education courses, work program alternatives and school to work electives. Many of these courses are designed to meet the needs of students across a broad range of abilities, interests and post-high school aspirations. However, certain courses are focused on special needs of students.
Advanced Placement and Honors/Accelerated courses are offered across the curriculum to meet the special needs of high-performing students interested in testing and extending their personal and intellectual limits in the classroom. Students can choose from a variety of demanding course offerings in each department, including Advanced Placement courses, which not only stretch the limits, as indicated above, but offer college-bound students the opportunity to earn college credit while in high school. The Advanced Placement examinations are optional for students and are administered through the nonprofit College Board for a student-paid fee. Additional opportunities are available for exceptional students including such courses as the Mentor Program, Student Leadership and Service, College in the Schools and cooperative programs with local colleges and universities.