• Soaring Eagle Education Foundation and Community Scholarships for Eagles

    Due: Friday, March 22nd by 11:59 PM

    Soaring Eagle Education Foundation and Community Scholarships for Eagles are available. 

    Scholarship Application 

  • IB Open House

    ERHS will be hosting IB tours from 8am-9:30am on the following dates: April 11th. Register Here

  • IB Personal Project Exhibition

    View Online Entries

    The IB Personal Project Exhibition will be on display from May 14th through May 25th in room S7A. Take a look at our online entries here: IB Exhibition

Upcoming Events

Boys' Volleyball vs Wilson @ Wilson

Monday, Mar. 18th 2:30pm - 2:30pm

Boys' Tennis vs Roybal @ Eagle Rock

Monday, Mar. 18th 2:30pm - 2:30pm

Professional Development Day

Tuesday, Mar. 19th

Faculty Meeting

Tuesday, Mar. 19th 3:00pm - 4:00pm

IB Parent Mtg

Tuesday, Mar. 19th 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Japanese American trip (Youngblood-Jarman)

Wednesday, Mar. 20th




Students on Strike!

by Eleanor Dalton

The LAUSD teacher’s strike began on a rainy Monday, leaving nearly 600,000 students with the daunting question of what in the world to do. This being the first teacher strike in 30 years, no one was used to sudden and unexpected time off. Parents of elementary school students found themselves in a scramble to find childcare, but many high school students were faced with a different experience. The week and how they spent it was, for the first time for many, in the students’ hands.

Building a Better Ecosystem: Construction at ERHS

by Jacob Bernardino

Construction At ERHS - Eagle Rock High School, a place of joy, a place of productivity, and a place of never ending construction. Nearly every school year, something is being constructed or refurbished on campus. Whether it be the North Gym during the 2017-2018 School year or those creepy restroom bungalow things by the North Gym that no one’s allowed to use, this campus is constantly acting like a moody teenager with low self esteem. This year, the South Gym and Auditorium which are two of the biggest and most important buildings on campus, are shut down for refurbishment.

Then and Now: Joni Mitchel

by Alexandra Pranger

She’s been called many things in her lifetime. ‘The Queen of Country’ ‘The Star of Folk’ ‘The Goddess of Rock and Roll’. Simply put, she is a living legend, for, what else would you call a musician who is an activist, a star, and still has almost the same vocal range as she did when she was 18 after turning 75 years old? You would call her Joni Mitchell, a name that is commonplace in many Canadian and Midwestern- to Eastern-United States households, but here in Los Angeles, many people seem to have never heard her name.

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