The mission of East Anchorage High School is to provide an environment where students will learn and demonstrate the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and ethics necessary to become successful members of society.
East's Dance Contempo group is proud to present their fall show, Dance Is...on Friday, Nov.7 at 7pm. The hour-long performance includes dance interpretations of stories and various styles of dance; hip-hop, Hmong, contemporary, Latin, and a Charleston dance created to celebrate Anchorage’s Centennial! Tickets are only $5 at the door. Don't miss out on this amazing event!
Late Start Continues Monday, Nov.3
Just as we did last week, students’ classes will begin at 8:10am on Monday, Nov. 3. Busses will run at the regular time for students who do not have their own transportation. Supervision will be provided for students who arrive at the regular time. Students will be dismissed at 2:00pm – the regular dismissal time.Click here for a printable bell schedule.
People Mover Information
All East High students and staff can use their ID cards for free rides on Anchorage's People Mover city buses this year. Need help riding the bus? Click here to use the People Mover Rider Tools to plan a route, track your bus, and more!
News from East
Order your 2014-2015 yearbook online
Order early to get the best price! Just click the logo below to get started.
East High's Spring Literary and Arts Journal is ONLINE!
Click here to view the Spring 2014 East High Literary and Arts Journal: a compilation of our talented students' creative writing and artwork.
Zangle Passwords: Parents and Students
All Zangle passwords are the same as they were last year. Parents who have forgotten their password can email the curriculum office for a password reset.
Students can stop by the Curriculum office before/after school or at lunch to get their password.
Want more news from East?
Click here to read East's Daily Bulletin online, or click here to read East's quarterly newsletter.
Welcome to an exciting year at East!
Anchorage School Board
Eric Croft, president
Natasha Von Imhof