HOW WE SUPPORT

SCHOLARSHIPS

Scholarships 2021, EAHS Foundation

This year the Scholarship Committee reviewed close to 100 applications from graduating seniors and alumni Lobos. The EAHS Foundation and Community Partners awarded a total of 88 scholarships to 37 graduating seniors and 26 Alumni totaling $75,500!

Graduating Seniors 2021

Graduating Seniors Data 2021, EAHS Foundation

Language Spoken At Home

Language Spoken AT Home Graph

Etnicity

Ethnicity Graph

Alumni Scholarships 2021

Alumni Lobos Data 2021 (1)

STUDENT SUPPORT

Foundation Club

The Foundation Club is student-run and provides financial assistance to students and teachers helping them cover expenses such as textbooks, standardized testing, college applications, and advanced placement test fees. The Foundation Club also finances student trips to tour college campuses including Santa Rosa Junior College, Sonoma State University, UC Berkeley, and more. Most of our students have never set foot on a college campus. Foundation Club officers build their leadership skills through collaboration, critical thinking, budget analyses and philanthropy.

Foundation Club
Foundation Club (1)

Teacher Grants

The Teacher Grant Program provides teachers with funding for materials to support projects which engage students and enhance learning. In partnership with the Rotary Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise, the EAHS Foundation awarded five Teacher Grants in 2021.

  • Special Education/Math: $750 to support Planter Boxes Construction Project
  • Special Education: $500 for accessible and engaging books to foster a love of reading
  • Art: $500 for art supplies for Elsie Allen Campus Mural Project
  • Special Education: $500 towards software to support online Special Education learning
  • Art: $500 for video equipment to facilitate teaching of sculpting in clay

WE Help Students Plan

COMPACT FOR SUCCESS is an innovative partnership with Lawrence Cook Middle School and Sonoma State University to offer guaranteed admission to SSU for students who commit to the program from 7th-12th grades and:

  • Maintain a 3.00 GPA
  • Complete A-G college preparation track

AVID (Achievement Via Individual Determination) prepares first generation college bound students for entrance into a 2 or 4 year college. Here’s how:

  • 96% of AVID students attend their first choice college
  • 90% are the first in their family attend college
  • 100% of AVID students complete A-G curriculum and take the ACT/SAT tests.

EAHS UNIVERSITY CENTER is an award winning partnership with Sonoma State University. Students have concurrent enrollment at EAHS and SSU taking up to 2 classes per semester tuition free! University Center graduates excel at SSU, Harvard, Stanford, Cal, Dartmouth and many other universities.

Foundation Club (2)

COLLEGE & CAREER ENRICHMENT

Leadership Speaker Series

The Leadership Speakers Series provides on-campus opportunities for students to interact with local professionals who share their stories of perseverance and achievement and help students learn about many paths to success. If you have any questions or want to participate or would like to learn more about the Leadership Speaker Series please reach out to Herman G. Hernandez at hermang@eahsfoundation.org, or call 707-287-6698. 

Leadership Speaker Series (1)
Career Day (1)

Career Day

Our virtual Career Day featured 40 professionals from diverse industries including accounting, finance, law enforcement, education, engineering, the trades, and much more. Paying it forward, many of our alumni created fun engaging videos for our students including Cesar Cruz, Class of 2009, Director of Videography at the regional Desire to Inspire Studios. Students chose at least three videos to view from industries that were of interest and developed summaries for use in class discussion. Students were encouraged to reach out to presenters to learn more and receive mentorship.

Certified Nursing Assistant

In partnership with the Santa Rosa Junior College, six to ten Elsie Allen High School students receive a full scholarship to the SRJC's summer nursing assistant program which makes them eligible for the state certification exam. Upon passing they are licensed certified nursing assistants and job-ready. This certification is now required to enter Sonoma State’s nursing program.

CNA Program

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