El Dorado High School

Socorro Independent School District

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Announcements

  • Aztec community:

    The EDHS cafeteria is providing breakfast /lunch every morning from 8-10 am  for school students ages 1-18 of age. Please pick up on Edgmere side of school by the Theatre. FREE. Aug 3-14 2020

     

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  • Welcome Letter

    2020-2021 Principal's Welcome Lettter

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  • Librarian

    Ask A Librarian!!

    Do you want to check out a book? Do you need help logging in to your computer? 

    Your School Librarians are here to help!

    Email us for Assistance

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  • SISD approves temporary grading policy revisions

    SISD Resolution Grading Guidelines English / Spanish

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  • 915Cares logo Feeling Alone? Don't Give up!

    Talking about suicidal thoughts and feelings with the right person can help. You are not alone.

    915-779-1800. People you can trust are ready to help.

    915Cares Poster in English & 915Cares Poster in Spanish

    Or visit them on Facebook: @915Cares #915Cares

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  • Scholars,

    If you have LOC hours, please log into Study Island.

     Tutorial video for LOC online via Study Island.

    Loss of Credit Link

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About Us

  • El Dorado High School opened in July, 2003 under the leadership of Principal Nora Paugh and Assistant Principals Cynthia Luna and Bob Hood. Originally serving grades 7-9, EDHS is now a comprehensive four year Title I public high school with challenging academic programs designed to meet the needs of a diverse student body. EDHS graduated its first senior class in May, 2007.
     
    Authorized in 2006 EDHS is only one of two high schools in West Texas designated as an International Baccalaureate World School. The class of 2008 boasts its first graduating class of IB diploma candidates. An array of other honors programs are provided for students not pursuing an IB diploma: Advanced Placement, Gifted and Talented, Dual Credit, and AVID.
     
Vision:Tomorrow's Leaders Learning Today
Mission:The mission of the Socorro Independent School District is to optimize our students' academic, artistic, athletic, and interpersonal skills.
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