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Monday through Friday

7:30AM to 4:00PM

Our offices close at 1PM on minimum days.



Please follow the link below for complete information about the District's budget plan:


Common Core

The Elk Grove Unified School District is committed to ensuring that our staff, parents and students understand the changes taking place with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).

Please click here for information about CCSS.

Unity Herd-Multicultural

Click here to view our Unity Herd page with information about our Multicultural events on campus.

Biweekly Bulletin

Parents and students have you ever wondered how to access the bulletin? Wonder no more! Click this link for easy access.



Incoming 9th, 10th and 11th grade students will select their courses for the 2016-2017 classes at after school and night course selection events in the cafeteria with counselors present to help students select their classes.  Students may come at anytime with or without their parents.  We encourage parents to attend this event but it is not mandatory for class registration.


Incoming Seniors will meet with their counselors individually to select their classes.  See details below.  


Grade Level



Incoming 9th Graders (A-L)

Monday, February 29, 2016


Incoming 9th Graders (M-Z)

Tuesday. March 1, 2016


Incoming 10th Graders

Monday, January 11, 2016

3:30—6:00 PM

Incoming 11th Graders

Monday, January 25, 2016

3:30 –6:00PM

Incoming 12th Graders—Students will meet one on one with their counselors throughout the coming weeks.  Appointments will be scheduled by the counseling office staff.  You do not need to request an appointment.




Hello Parents, Guardians and Students. In April EGHS will administer the state standardized tests for science in 10th grade, and English and math in 11th grade. To best facilitate student testing, changes have been made to the testing dates originally published in the Parent, Guardian and Student Handbook.

  • The new date for the science California Standards Test (CST) for 10th graders is Tuesday, April 12th. All 10th graders will take the Life Science test regardless of whether or not they are enrolled in a science class. The test will be administered in students’ first period classes.


  • Tuesday, April 12th will be a reverse minimum day to accommodate testing; 10th graders should be in class by 8:00 am. All other students will begin classes at 11:10 am. Lunch will be served for all student beginning at 10:30 am.


  • The new dates for the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) English for 11th graders are Tuesday, April 19th and Wednesday, April 20th.  Students will be tested by English class in the South Gym or a computer lab. See the teacher assignments below to find your testing date.


  • The new dates for the SBAC math for 11th graders are Tuesday, April 26th and Wednesday, April 27th. Students will be tested by math class in the South Gym or a computer lab. See the teacher assignments below to find your testing date.


    • Make up testing for students who were absent or did not complete any part of any test will be scheduled on subsequent days after those listed below, up to May 6th. Students needing to make up tests will be pulled from classes until they have completed their tests.


All Testing in South Gym or Computer Labs beginning at 8:00 am.

All non-testing students will attend their regularly scheduled classes.


SBAC English


SBAC English


SBAC math


SBAC math

Lee periods 0, 1 & 2;

Scidmohr period 3, 4, 5 & 6; Sphar English;

Graham English.

Webber periods 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6;

Hamilton periods 2 & 6;

Button & Alexander period 4;

Schroeder periods 4 & 5.

Math Periods 1, 2 & 3.*

Math Periods 4, 5 & 6.*

*AP Calculus students will take the SBAC for math on Wednesday 4/20 in the C5 Computer Lab beginning at 8:00 am.


AVID is accepting applications for the 2016-2017 school year!

AVID's mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society.  The goal of AVID is to provide the skills  necessary for students to get accepted into and be successful at  a four year college.  The AVID elective course teaches notetaking and organization skills, critical reading and writing strategies, team building, and supports the student’s other academic courses.  AVID students enroll in rigorous courses such as honors and AP courses. The AVID elective provides support for students who are taking these courses.


The AVID student profile is:


Students with Academic Potential:

• Average to high test scores

• GPA of 2.5 and above

• College potential with support

• Desire and determination


Meets one or more of the following criteria:

• First generation college student

• Historically underserved in four-year colleges

• Low income

• Special circumstances


If you feel that the AVID program is right for you, please apply by clicking on the following link.  Once your application is screened you will be notified about the interview process. 



Seniors: Confirm GPA-FAFSA match for Cal Grant Awards

As required by law, the Elk Grove Unified School District has electronically submitted GPAs on behalf of all seniors to the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) for Cal Grant award consideration. Along with GPA, the electronic submission includes other identifying information to match students with their FAFSA. While the GPA-FAFSA matching process has proved to be accurate in the past, there is a possibility that student and parents may be required to take additional steps to ensure GPA and FAFSA information has been matched properly.  Parents and students are encouraged to confirm completion and eligibility status for the Cal Grant on CSAC’s WebGrants website by creating an account at https://mygrantinfo.csac.ca.gov.  If students have opted out of the electronic GPA submission, they will be required to facilitate GPA verification through alternate means to apply for a Cal Grant.


All students are advised to submit a FAFSA as early as possible (on or after January 1) for consideration for maximum financial assistance.  The FAFSA must be completed by March 2, 2016 to also be eligible for a Cal Grant.  Students who complete the FAFSA after March 2, 2016 still may be awarded grants or aid, if funding remains available.


Click here for information about Senior events and activities, as well as graduation product purchases. 



The Diploma Name Verification form has been distributed to 3rd period teachers. This form needs to be returned to the Registrar only if there is a change to the printed student name on the form; the deadline is 2/19/2016. If a change is to be made please follow the instructions on the form as shown below:


If you want your high school diploma to read different than stated above, please fill in the information boxes below. It must still be your legal name as stated on your birth certificate!!


  • Use of your middle name or initial is optional.
  • This is also the way your name will be announced at graduation. 
  • If this form is NOT returned to the school registrar BY February 19, 2016, your name will appear on your diploma as it appears on your school records as stated above.

The 2016 American Mathematics Competition is quickly approaching.  Participating students will need to get the purple Herd Time pass that will allow them to go to the small cafe during herd time on Thursday, February 11th to fill out their answer document ahead of time.  These herd time passes are available in their math class.  The AMC 10/12 will be administered on Wednesday, February 17th for 75 minutes.  The start of the competition will begin as soon as all participating students are registered and seated with their answer document, test, and scratch paper.  There are 25 multiple choice questions to be completed in the 75-minute time period.  Correct answers are worth 6 points, answers left blank or unanswered are worth 1.5 points, and incorrect answers are worth 0 points.  This scoring system is to discourage guessing.  Students should be aware that they will not be allowed to leave early.  All participating students will remain seated until the 75 minute competition is over.  Mr. McNally will be doing the official timing of the event.  We hope to start sometime between 3:30-3:45pm.  This will allow the event to end sometime between 4:45-5pm.  Please plan your transportation around these times.  If you have any questions about the AMC 10/12 during the days leading up to the event please contact Mr. McNally in room C-8.  


Sacramento State is offering a series of weeklong academies to give high school hands-on, in-depth career exploration.


Visit http://www.cce.csus.edu/acads to view a list of classes offered, dates, and how to apply.


District programs and activities shall be free from discrimination, including harassment, intimidation and bullying based on a student’s actual or perceived disability, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race, ethnicity, color, ancestry, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital or parental status, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.EGUSD Non-Discrimination Policy

Los programas y actividades del distrito deberán ser libres de discriminación, incluyendo el amedrantar, la intimidación  y el acoso, independientemente de las características actuales o percibidas de un estudiante: incapacidad, sexo, género, identidad del género, expresión del género, nacionalidad, raza, etnicidad, color, descendencia, religión, orientación sexual, edad, estado marital del estudiante o de los padres, o asociación con una persona o grupo con una o más de las características actuales o percibidas.                                        

Elk Grove High School welcomes those with disabilities to participate fully in the programs, services and activities offered to students, parents, guardians and members of the public.  If you need a disability-related modification or accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services, to participate in any program, service or activity offered to you, please contact the principal or school secretary at least 48 hours before the scheduled event so that we may make every reasonable effort to accommodate you. [Government Code Section 54953.2; Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 202 (42 U.S.C. Section 12132).] Contact Resources / Disability Resources  

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Enrollments are accepted:

8:30am to 3:00pm

Monday through Friday


EGHS Mission Statement

The commitment of Elk Grove High School is to provide a safe, positive environment for all students in order to establish a unified community which promotes respect, individual achievement, and responsible, productive citizens. 

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