A big congrats to East senior and bowling team member Luke Fisher for rolling a perfect game. Luke bowled a 300 in last night’s match against Southeast Polk at Premiere Lanes in Pleasant Hill. According to East AD Lyle Fedders: “The crowd at the bowling alley was cheering and clapping with every strike. It was one of coolest moments I have seen at a high school event.”
Congratulations to Natalie Niemeyer and her students for earning a total of 18 individual awards from the Iowa High School Press Association for our yearbook, The Quill. East students picked up a total of four first-place awards. Click the photo to the left of the yearbook staff to see a complete list of East’s yearbook student winners.
One hundred and seventy-three students who take Advanced Placement classes at DMPS earned AP honors from the College Board, the second most ever recorded by the school district, including 16 who attend East High. Click the headline to read more about this honor and download a list of recipients.
Principal Steve Johns introduces Governor Terry Branstad, who visited East High to sign a proclamation commending schools that took part in the Iowa College Application Campaign. During the month-long campaign, East recorded the most college applications of any high school in Iowa. Click the headline to read and see more about this event.
When: October 28th-November 22nd Where: East High School How: How is this going to work you ask? Students will be competing by grade level to collect the most non-perishable food items and commodities. There will be four designated drop off areas, one per grade level. Grade level who collects the most items for donation will … Read more »
Today, East High School officially launches our bid for a three-peat in the Attendance Challenge sponsored by Get Schooled, a non-profit founded on the belief that students have the power to improve their future if given the right information and motivation. Let’s go (to school) Scarlets and continue our hard work and success.