• Jeans Day

    There is a jeans day, Tuesday 5/21 for $1.  We are raising money for project lifesaver. This is a wonderful program through the sheriff’s department which provides a radio frequency based system to athis used to locate individuals with Autism, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s who are prone to wander off.  We will collect money during 2nd pd.

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  • Graduation Information for Seniors

    Please read the information in the link regarding the schedule of events for seniors leading up to graduation.Graduation Information

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  • Graduation Handshake Photos

    Seniors, you may pick up handshake photo forms from Mrs. Aiken in room 912 or at the front office.  Forms were given out in all senior English classes and were sent to STEM.  Please complete the forms and return to Mrs. Aiken ASAP.  Payment must be included,and you need to be sure to include your address.

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  • Attention Seniors

    Information for the class of 2019 can be found in the attached graduation packet.  Please read carefully and return necessary documents to Mr. Martin in room 101.

    Graduation Packet

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  • Yearbooks  & Senior Ads on Sale

    2019 Yearbooks are still available.  Quantities are limited, so get yours today.  Only $50

     If you wish to reserve a senior ad for the 2020 yearbook, please see the attachment below for more information.  Your $50 deposit is due by August 31.


    If you wish to purchase yearbooks from previous school years for only $50, contact Mrs. Aiken at


    Yearbook Order Form                          Class of 2020 Senior Ad/Picture Info

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  • if you would like to purchase one of these cards to support Rebel athletics see one of your favorite athletes. 

    Rebel Athletic Card

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  • Former Rebel football star Toot Johnson has been recognized as one of the 2019 FROSTY nominees.  Click the link below to see the video explaining his nomination.  Congratulations Toot!    Toot Johnson, FROSTY nominee

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  • Rising Freshman Night

    If you were unable to attend Rising Freshman Night please click on the link below to access all of the information from the presentation.

    Rising Freshman Power Point

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  • AP Night Power Point Presentation

    If you were unable to make it to AP night and still have questions about AP classes and your child, click the link below.  You will be directed to a power point that should answer many of your questions about AP classes at ECHS.

    AP Presentation


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  • Morning Announcements
    Click here to view today's morning announcements.

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  • Senior Calendar

    Seniors, don't miss an important date.  Please click on the link below for a senior calendar of events.

    Senior Calendar

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  • Free & Reduced Lunch Notice

    The 1st day of school is just around the corner. One thing that you can take care of now is to apply for free and reduced price school meals. If you think that your family may qualify you may complete an online application at


    Paper applications will be available at your child's school.


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  • Attention Parents of Students Receiving Special Education Services:

    The 2016-2017 Parent Survey is now available and we’d like to know what you think. This survey is a Georgia Department of Education initiative. All responses are anonymous and your responses will help guide efforts to improve services and results for children served by Special Education in Georgia schools and their families.

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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 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
    New to the area?
    If you are new to the district, you may find these areas of our website to be helpful:
    • Newcomers - Get information about the area including utilities, county government, city and school resources.
    • Data Dashboard - Learn how Effingham County makes the grade by visiting our data reporting area, with links to district/school report cards as well as graduation rates and population statistics.