• Parent-Teacher Conference

    Thursday, October 19th

    On Thursday, October 19th, Eagle Rock JR/SR High School will be hosting its regularly scheduled "Student- Led Parent-Teacher Conference" for currently enrolled students.

  • FAFSA & Dream Act Workshop

    Wednesday, November 15th

    Eagle Rock will be hosting a FAFSA & Dream Act Workshop on Wednesday, November 15th. View More Information

  • Tours meet in the ERHS Library at 8:15 and begin with an introduction to our Magnet Program.  The  intro is followed by classroom visits guided by current Magnet students and concludes with a Q&A session back in the library.

Upcoming Events

FAFSA & Dream Act Workshop

The FAFSA is the first part in applying for financial aid. You MUST fill out the FAFSA, if you want to be eligible for :

-Need-based financial aid, such as government-funded Pell Grants, which you don’t have to repay

-Merit aid, such as grants and scholarships from colleges, which you don’t have to repay

-State-sponsored financial aid

-Student loans, such as Perkins and Stafford Loans

-Work-study programs (a job on campus while you attend)

Announcements for the week of Oct. 16th

  1. Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. At our next home football game versus Marshall HS on October 20, ERHS will donate 10% of our ticket sales to the American Cancer Society. The JV game starts at 4pm and Varsity at 7pm. Come for Scholar-Athlete Night and Black Out the Rock!


by Carol Palomino

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