• Summer Reading

    Attention all students! Please view your Summer Reading List.

  • Eagle Rock Jr/Sr High School is in the process of applying to become a Community School. 

    Update: Friday, May 31st

Upcoming Events

Summer School Begins

Wednesday, Jun. 19th

Summer School Ends

Wednesday, Jul. 24th

First day of Instruction - 2019-2020 School Year Begins

Tuesday, Aug. 20th

No School - Admission Day

Friday, Aug. 30th

No School - Labor Day

Monday, Sep. 2nd

No School - Veterans Day

Monday, Nov. 11th

 

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Announcement for May 31st

Hello, Eagles, This is Mrs. Keipp with the first of four announcements. The first is about the last week of school and other updates. The second message is about Measure EE and the election on June 4. The third message will go to eighth graders. The last message will go to twelfth graders. 

Announcements May 22nd

Hello, Eagles,  This is Mrs. Keipp with the first of two announcements. The first is about academics and arts. The second is about two family literacy events on Tuesday, May 28 and Classified School Employees’ Appreciation Week.

Academics:

  1. May 24 is a minimum day with a 12:30pm dismissal to prepare for upcoming finals.
  2.  School is closed on Monday May 27 for Memorial Day. Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in military service for the United States.
  3. We will be offering college classes thru Los Angeles City College (LACC) this summer and fall 2019.  Summer classes are available to all current 9th, 10th and 11 grade students.  Fall classes are available to current 8th, 10th and 11th grade students.  Please see attachments for class offering information and enrollment instructions. Applications are due May 31st. 

Arts:

Keeping Alive a Family Tradition Eagle Rock Valedictorian Heads to Stanford

Source: https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/15789 by Ellen Matsumoto Morgan

When Carlson Marquez opened up his e-mail and discovered he was accepted to Stanford University, there was a sigh of relief.

“My sister graduated from Stanford and plans to go into law. I felt like I would disappoint everyone if I wasn’t accepted there too.”

A child of immigrants from the Philippines, Carlson wanted to make his parents proud.  His college-educated mother and father always taught him a good education was the key to securing a good future.

Sadly, his Mom won’t be able to attend his high school graduation.

“When my mother was diagnosed with cancer, it opened my eyes to the harsh realities of the real world,” Carlson said. “This difficult situation illuminated that there is more to life than excelling in school. It’s also important to value others and appreciate all of the little things.”

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