Our Mission

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.

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Principal’s Message

Welcome you to the new Enfield High School!   I am thrilled that you have taken time to review the website and discover more about EHS.  We are so proud of our brand new, state of the art facility.  What an exciting time to be an Eagle!

As a student at Enfield High School you will consistently be encouraged to achieve to your highest potential. Our goal is to ensure that the resources you need to reach individual goals and objectives are provided each day.  However, a successful high school career requires discipline, organization, focus and commitment.  Keep in mind that our academic and career expectations are high. All students have a right to learn at Enfield High School, and we're proud of the overall respect students continue to show one another.  Our entire staff is prepared and willing to provide all the knowledge and experiences you will need for college opportunities, career opportunities, and anything else you desire in life. Know that when you leave EHS with your high school diploma, you will also leave knowing you possess the 21st Century skills that will make you immediately marketable, immediately employable, and immediately desirable to college admissions officers and industry professionals alike.  Please take a moment to review this website and see all the great opportunities Enfield High School has to offer.

Andrew B. Longey

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EHS Program of Studies

The School Counseling Department at Enfield High would like to extend an invitation to all juniors and their parents to participate in a Post-Secondary Program that will be held at Enfield High on Wednesday, March 29th and Thursday, March 30th from 7:15 AM until approximately 9:00 AM in the high school Auditorium.  

Juniors  with last names beginning with the letter A-K  will attend the program on  Wednesday, March 29th  and juniors with last  names  beginning with the letter L-Z will attend on Thursday March 30th.  Juniors will be allowed to switch their assigned day only if their parent plans to attend and parents  make arrangements for this change when they RSVP.

During this program the counselors will discuss important topics such as how to begin planning for college, vocational/technical school and the world of work.  The counselors will focus on how to choose the appropriate college or vocational/technical school, the financial aid process and introduce parents to a wide variety of resources available at the high school. All students will receive a  personalized comprehensive packet of information to assist them with all aspects of the post-secondary planning process.  Parents that plan to attend should RSVP by following the directions in the letter that was sent home.   All juniors will be required to attend this program even if their parents cannot attend.  We look forward to seeing all of you there.



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