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Enfield High School empowers our students to be respectful and responsible citizens who are college and career ready. Meaningful and challenging learning experiences enable our students to become critical thinkers, creative problem solvers, and effective communicators. Our school community supports the social and emotional development of students and encourages the exploration of their interests and talents.

Click the following link for an updated mid-term exam schedule:

Mid-Term Schedule 2017.18 updated 1.18.18.docx

Exams are currently scheduled to begin on  January 23rd . 
This may change if there are multiple weather cancellations.  

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No school Election Day - November 7th and Veteran's Day Nov. 10th

Greetings from EHS!

As we enter the winter months, it is a great time to reflect on the fall and prepare for upcoming events. This fall, EHS students made our community very proud.  Our Youth Vote students put on two successful debates for the local November elections.   In the performing arts, the Lamplighters thrilled audience members with their comical and entertaining performance “Unwrapped.”  In athletics, our field hockey, girls’ volleyball, and girls’ soccer teams progressed to the state tournament.    Additionally, all Freshman students had the opportunity to participate in a college visit with a field trip to CCSU organized by our Career Counselors and supported by our Guidance and English departments.   

In the classroom, our teachers continue to find new ways to engage students in authentic learning experiences with real-world application.  Students are developing new leadership skills in Mr. Allegro’s new “Community Action” course as they investigate and address real-world problems.  These students organized a successful food drive to support Enfield’s Loaves and Fishes and organized a coin drive to support the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.  Students in our new Forensics course worked collaboratively to apply their knowledge of forensic science techniques as they investigated a mock crime scene.   In our new interdisciplinary course “Lesser Heard Voices,” Social Studies and English lessons are interwoven to highlight the unique experiences of women and various ethnic groups. This is just a small sample of some of the excellent academic work occurring this year at EHS.

As January approaches, it is time to for our students to begin thinking about midterm exams scheduled to begin on January 23rd.   The midterm exam schedule can be located on here: Mid-Term Schedule 2017.18 updated 1.18.18.docx.  Students who need additional help preparing for exams should utilize Eagle Block to meet with their teachers and consider visiting our math and writing centers, also available during Eagle Block. Quarter 2 report cards will be issued the first week of February.

We hope all our students and families have a wonderful winter break, and look forward to a great start to 2018.


Ms. Erin E. Clark



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