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Semester 1 Final Exam Days Schedule


Juniors: You have been sent a Google Form asking your preferences for a post prom venue. Please fill this out by Friday.

There will be bins in the commons through Friday December 21 for donations to the Bloomington Animal Shelter. Everything from treats and toys to old towels and blankets are greatly appreciated. For a list of specific items, visit this link.

Seniors need to have their senior quotes submitted by this Friday. The information was sent out in an email last week.


Key Club will be selling hot chocolate in the mornings all week in the commons to start off finals. The money will go to the 3 Wishes Campaign.

Mustang Wrestling took 3rd this weekend
at the Columbus East Invitational. Champs for the Mustangs were Bradley Stewart, Noah Gardner, and LeVon Bellemy. Daniel Wilson finished runner-up.

Seniors: Each year, about thirty EHS seniors receive Dollars for Scholars college scholarships. These are typically for 500 to 1,000 dollars with a few being over a thousand dollars. Christmas break could be a good time to work on the Dollars for Scholars application. Mr. Faust will send an email with a link, later today, to the online application and information about completing the application. Be sure to read this email.

Sophomores and juniors who would like to attend Hoosier Hills Career Center next year:
Applications and updated informational brochures have come in and are now available in guidance. If you wish to attend Hoosier Hills Career Center next year, you need to complete an application, with parent signature, and turn in to Mrs. Waterford in guidance prior to Christmas break. Juniors currently attending the career center must also complete an application prior to Christmas break. If we have more students apply for a particular program than the career center can take, priority will be given to those who turn in the application prior to break. See your counselor if you have questions.



EHS Mission Statement

The mission of Edgewood High School is to develop responsible, self-motivated, and culturally aware citizens in an engaging learning environment that includes a wide range of curricular and extracurricular experiences. We challenge our students to achieve the highest individual level of success as knowledgeable, resourceful learners who emerge as critical thinkers, communicators and collaborators.