January 3, 2017 - January 24, 2017
Eureka City Schools is Now Accepting Applications for Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten Registration. During this Open Enrollment period applications for Intradistrict Requests for the 2017–2018 school year are also available!
Kindergarten Registration - If your child will turn five years of age on or before September 1, 2017, visit a Eureka City Schools elementary school or the district office to pick-up your registration packet.
Transitional Kindergarten Registration - In addition, if your child will turn five years of age on or between September 2, and December 2, 2017, visit a Eureka City Schools elementary school or the district office to pick-up your registration packet.
Open Enrollment - All students currently enrolled in Eureka City Schools are eligible to apply for transfers to other schools in Eureka City Schools during the open enrollment period. This is a one-time opportunity to request that your child attend a school other than the one they are currently attending. During this open enrollment period all applications for transfer will be considered equally. Open Enrollment forms are available at all school sites and the District Office located at 2100 J Street or you can download the form by clicking here.
For more information about the opportunities available for students call the Student Services Office at 441-3383.
The project was unanimously supported by Eureka’s City Council and funded entirely by private donors. Dale Maples, a Eureka native and EHS alumnus, spearheaded the effort and saw the project through to its fruition.
According to Maples, the actual design symbolizes a shared mission of the City of Eureka and Eureka City Schools (ECS) to work together for a healthier Eureka. The written Loggers logo was selected over others that were more particular to a certain sport, club, or likeness. This final design best represents all the diversities of Eureka High including academics, AG, auto shop, vocation, music, drama, diversity in language and cultures, and athletics. Further, the logo is a beacon for all the middle and elementary schools that ultimately feed into Eureka High as the leading public high school in the city.