1589 Hwy 119 South . Springfield, GA 31329 P: 912.754.6404 . F: 912.754.6893

announcements

  • Parent/Teacher Conferences

    and Early Dismissal

    Students will be dismissed at 12.45 PM on February 11 so that Parent/Teacher Conferences may be held. February 12 and February 15 will be holidays for students. Parent/Teacher conference day is designed to give teachers and parents the opportunity to meet and discuss students’ academic progress and concerns.

    To schedule a conference concerning your child:  Fill out this PTC Form with your child’s name, the teachers you are requesting a conference with, and the time frame you will be able to attend a conference. Conferences will be scheduled from 1:00-3:30 and 4:15-6:45.  Conferences are scheduled in 15 minute intervals in the requested teacher’s classrooms.   Return by February 1.

     Conferences will not be scheduled by phone.

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  • February Valentines Special on Junior Dues

    For the ENTIRE month of February dues will be $50 (regular price $70). 

    Heart and Arrow

     

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  • Senior Meeting 1/19/15

    Please view the powerpoint for important senior information regarding senior dates, graduation, scholarships etc.

    Senior Powerpoint

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  • Travel opportunity

    Attention parents: Do you want your student to experience the Spanish Culture? It is not too late to sign up for the trip to Puerto Rico No passport needed! View Flyer

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  • ECHS Registration Nights

    With registration for next school year just around the corner, all students and parents are invited to attend a registration information night for the 2016-2017 school year. There will be a presentation covering registration guidelines and deadlines, graduation requirements, testing requirements appropriate for each grade, and the HOPE Scholarship/HOPE Grant. A question and answer period will follow the presentation. Some CTAE faculty will be available to answer CTAE-related questions.

    Rising Senior Night

    Thursday, January 14 at 7:00 pm View Flyer

    Rising Junior Night 

    Tuesday, January 19 at 7:00 pm View Flyer

    Rising Sophomore Night 

    Monday, January 25 at 7:00 pm View Flyer

    Rising Freshman Night

    Thursday, February 18 at 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm

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  • ALL-COLOR YEARBOOK for 2016

    Capture the memories of this school year with the Rebel yearbook!  Avoid higher prices or missing out by ordering your copy today! SALE ENDS DEC. 31 (ADD $20 TO PRICES BEGINNING JAN . 1).

    Yearbook Order Form

    Letter for Seniors

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  • Earn Points for ECHS with My Coke Rewards
    Go to www.mycokerewards.comto enter the codes found on your bottle tops to earn points for ECHS.  Follow the steps on themain page to find our school and go from there. 
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  • Fueling the Community On the first Wednesday of every monthParker’s donates 1¢ from every gallon of gas sold throughout our community. You can raise funds for your school by using the Parker’s PumpPal Club Card on “Fueling the Community” Wednesdays. Just pick up a PumpPal card at any Parker’s location. Then go online at www.ParkerSav.com to quickly sign up as a member. Be sure to choose our school!
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mission & vision

Our Mission
 
As a community of learners, in cooperation with stakeholders, our mission is to provide rigorous and relevant instruction in a safe environment to enable all students to obtain a high school diploma as a foundation for post secondary success.
 
 
A note from our Principal
What really matters is not so much what students at Effingham County High School walk away with in their hands, but how many sparks we ignite in their hearts. There’s no doubt students want inspiration more than they want stuff. The caring faculty member, not the content, determines whether students at our school walk away ignited or extinguished. Our faculty understands that the influence we have on children is powerful. Be it positive or negative, it is lasting. Read more
 
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