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High level of integrity and ethical action; Works for the good of community; Empathetic, compassionate, and open-minded; Accepts responsibility for self
Effective listener, speaker and writer; Strong social and interpersonal skills; Works as a leader and contributor in academic and social settings
Possesses a diverse and informed world perspective; Effectively communicates in at least two world languages; Embraces individual and cultural diversity, and seeks multicultural interactions
Proficient in multiple literacies; Thinks and produces creatively; Applies original solutions to problems or challenges; Analyzes and evaluates information sources
Understands needs as a learner; Persists when faced with adversity; Sets personal learning goals; Values continuous learning and seeks opportunities for growth
Maintains a healthy, balanced lifestyle through informed decisions; Adapts to new and challenging situations; Commits to physical, social, and emotional well-being
The EHS Thespians received numerous awards from Spotlight Education, a program of the Hennepin Theatre Trust, for their 2022 musical production, A Chorus Line. Among the awards are Outstanding Overall Production, Outstanding Vocal Performance, Outstanding Technical Crew, and various individual honors. Over 100 students participated in the production, which took place in early December.
Each year, the Minnesota State High School League and local schools partner to recognize students in two distinguished categories: the Triple ‘A’ Award and the ExCEL Award. Congratulations to this year’s Triple ‘A’ Award recipients, Andrew DeFor and Sami Hankinson, and this year’s ExCEL Award recipients, Andrew Gump and Sophie Sannes-Eckhoff.
Edina Public Schools is proud to announce our Student Spaceflight Experiments Program winner! Congratulations to EHS seniors Josh Cram and Colin Shaw, along with sophomore Grayson Irons.
There will be no school Wednesday, December 21 through Monday, January 2 for winter break. Edina Public Schools wishes all students, staff, and families safe and enjoyable time off! We look forward to welcoming students back after the new year!