AVUHSD uses PowerSchool Enrollment as a one-stop, simple process for enrolling your student. Within PowerSchool Enrollment, you will be able to enter all necessary student and parent/guardian information, as well as upload digital copies of required documents. PowerSchool Enrollment is mobile-friendly, meaning if you don’t have access to a computer or scanner, you can complete the whole process on a smartphone or tablet by taking pictures of your documents and attaching them from your device’s photo album. No more standing in lines and bringing paper copies! The entire enrollment process can be completed from the comfort and safety of your home. For more information, please visit the ENROLL section of the district website or the "Future Students" tab of your school's website.
Eastside High School is dedicated to empowering and inspiring students to strive for success, to set goals, and to become lifelong learners. This is achieved in a safe, mutually respectful learning community that provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in today's technologically connected and global society.
EHS students will graduate with the skills and adaptability necessary to achieve their own personal goals and compete in an ever changing world.
Finals will follow our current daily schedule.
Tuesday, June 1st- Periods 4, 5, & 6
Wednesday, June 2nd- Students attend Periods 1-6 Virtually
Thursday, June 3rd- Periods 1, 2, & 3
AVUHSD will offer Summer School from July 1st to July 28th. Students attending summer school will have the option to attend physically or participate virtually. Teachers will be on-campus daily to offer in-person instruction and support. Summer school applications are available online and can be found on each school’s website under News as well as under Academics - Summer School. Please complete your application by the end of May 2021.
Summer School beings July 1st and runs through July 29th. EHS is offering courses for credit recovery, enrichment, and preparation. You need to complete the Summer School application AND Master Agreement to be eligible. Space can fill up quickly, so to ensure you get your first choice, register as soon as possible.
- Summer school will be in person, on campus. There will be a virtual option for students unable to attend in person, however, there are a few courses that require in-person attendance. PE Courses will only be offered in person.
- We highly encourage your students to complete summer school in person as it will help support students’ transition back to a full return to campus in the fall and the additional academic support will help your student be more successful.
- For any questions regarding Summer School, please email Assistant Principal Stanford. firstname.lastname@example.org
All students within the Antelope Valley Union High School District are supported by staff members, teachers, school counselors, school psychologists, student support mentors, and other mental health staff that specifically support the students’ mental and social-emotional well-being. The Antelope Valley Union High School District’s Comprehensive plan includes a Multi-Tiered System of Support framework to best support all our students’ needs. Click HERE to find resources and supports available.