• Wonka's Winter Waltz

    January 27th

    ASB presents Wonka's Winter Waltz on January 27th from 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM in the South Gym.

  • Winter Break

    Dec. 18th - Jan. 5th

    Winter Break will take place from December 18th through January 5th. School will resume with the Spring 2018 semester on January 8th.

  • Congratulations to Ms. Torrez's 8th Period Group

    For winning the Class of 2023 Logo Contest

    Congratulations to Ms. Torrez's 8th-period group, Abi Allauigan, John Thomas, Adrian Perez and Angel Barajas, for winning the Class of 2023 Logo design contest.

Upcoming Events



During LUNCH, the building will be closed. For teachers who are willing to have students in the classroom at this time, please make sure they are supervised and not in the hallways.  

After school, at 3:30 pm, all stairwells will be locked. The buildings will NOT be re-opened after this time.  Please plan accordingly.

As we reflect on campus safety, please be reminded that:

Announcements week of Dec. 11th, 2017

In Academics:

  1. Finals continue on Monday for periods 1-4.
  2. Tuesday, December 12 (Gray) – PD student dismissal @ 1:30pm
  3. Friday, December 15 (Green) - Minimum Day, student dismissal @ 12:38pm

In Arts: Thank you to Our Exemplary Arts program’s Third Annual Winter Showcase of Fine and Performing Arts on December 8, at 7pm, in our Auditorium. It was incredible to hear and see the collaboration between students and teachers!

December IB Learner Profile


December IB Learner Profile:  Reflective

We thoughtfully consider the world and our own ideas and experience. We work to understand our strengths and weaknesses in order to support our learning and personal development.

IB Learner Profile Quote: "The real man smiles in trouble, gathers strength from distress, and grows brave by reflection."

- Thomas Paine

Fall 2017 -- Closing Week


Friday, DECEMBER 8 (Gray) --  FINALS  for  Periods 5, 6, 7, and 8  (Regular schedule) 

Monday, DECEMBER  11  (Green) --  FINALS for  Periods 1, 2, 3, and 4 (Regular schedule)

Tuesday, DECEMBER 12 (Gray)  --  Prof. Development, student dismissal @ 1:30pm

Wednesday,  DECEMBER 13  (Green)  – (Regular schedule)

Thursday, DECEMBER 14 (Gray) – (Regular schedule)…  FINAL GRADES DUE @ 11:30am

Halloween Skit

by Jacob Guirnalda

Eagle Rock’s annual Halloween Skit will be presented by the class of 2018 and 2019 on Tuesday, October 31st. The entire campus awaits their performances that uplift the Halloween Spirit with entertaining dance numbers and frightening storylines. While both classes have been practicing for countless hours every week in order to perfect their skits, the Seniors are definitely determined to give the audience a show to remember.

Barbara MccLintock

by Kylie Mclaughlin

Everybody wants to believe that when they die their name will be remembered in history for years, maybe even decades or centuries. Some people believe that so long as the names of those who have passed are remembered, they never truly die. So isn't it our duty to pass on the namSes and works of those who have come before us? So few women get recognition for their contributions to science. As a society, country, and species, we are set with the task to remember them. One woman who made huge contributions to science was Barbara MccLintock.

Eagle Rock's 90th Birthday

by Lillian Ngo

On September 12, 1927, Eagle Rock High School was founded, thus making our wonderful school 90 years old! To mark this major milestone, our very own students, staff, and alumni united to make this event lively and successful. Dedication is definitely the appropriate word to use when describing the Eagle Rock community. By the early hours of 7 a.m., students were working diligently to create this event as they tackled delicate details, such as perfectly twisting streamers on tables, to creating wall collages where student creativity took a forefront.

Heritage Month

by Arianna Perez

Most people know October to be a spooky, costume making, and candy loving month. We get so caught up in stitching together the perfect halloween costume, that we fail to remember that October is also Filipino American Heritage Month. And as a school with a proud population of Filipino-American students, and staff, it’s vital to recognize their identities in our community of Eagle Rock. In collecting research, I noticed the tragic lack of sources failing to address and honor Filipino American culture in the immediate community of California, let alone the U.S.

Juniors' Skit

by Carol Palomino

It’s Halloween time, which at Eagle Rock High School, means time for the great showdown between juniors and seniors in the annual Halloween skit. Each year, both classes prepare a 6-minute skit packed with acting, dancing, and elaborate backdrops. Although this is the class of 2019’s first time participating in the ERHS skit experience, they seem as ready as can be, with hours of preparation and practice under their belts.