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Student Academic Recognition - Help Needed

Each quarter, the EHS PTSA recognizes students for academic achievement. All student with a term GPA of 3.75 or higher will be invited to enjoy a treat on February 28th. 

Help us make this treat special for them by signing up to bring sweet, juice or just help the day of the event. Click here to help! 

Mock Testing Coming Up!

Don't miss this great opportunity for your student to experience college testing! Our mock tests are run by our community partner, Revolution Prep, and are full length exams that simulate the test-day experience. These are one of the best ways to prepare students for the office exams. Sign up today to one or both of these two here.

  • Saturday, Feb 22 at 9:00am-12:30pm Mock SAT
  • Saturday, Feb 29 at 9:00am-12:30pm Mock ACT

Revolution Prep is offering a FREE Score Report Review session with their dedicated Academic Advisor, Tessa Selch, by clicking here: SCHEDULE SRR. She may also be reached by email, if you have questions.

Parent Education Event - Recordings

We were delighted to see the turnout at our Parenting Toolbox for the Teenage Years events earlier this month. This event was designed based on feedback from our parent community in last year's community survey. 

We are pleased to offer recordings of the three breakout sessions held, please click on the link to view the recording: 

Building Strong Families - Nancy Colburn and Danit Erlich

Drug and Alcohol Use and Healthier Options to Cope with Stress - Alysse DiRe-Day and Kristie Neklason

Social Media and Its Impact on Teens - John Hollifield



Scholarship - Applications Due March 18

Eastlake High School's PTSA is please to offer a number of scholarships to Eastlake students. The Scholarship Committee is now accepting applications, applications are due March 18. Please visit our Scholarships page for details on the various options. Please email for more information.

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Youth Eastside Services

Youth Eastside ServicesYouth Eastside Services provides counseling, substance abuse treatment, education and prevention, and psychiatric services in East King County. Since 1968, we've helped children, teens and their families struggling with depression, grief, trauma, substance abuse, anxiety, gender- or cultural-identity issues, behavioral issues, ADHD, autism and so much more. We work with youth up to age 22 and their families.

Youth Eastside ServicesEveryone faces challenges in life. But with the right tools, skills and support, all families can thrive. Just say YES.

Read here the intro letter to parents from our on-site YES counselor. 


Community Service Spotlight

Sureerath Auengpradijporn is a bright young lady with a great future ahead of her. For a long time, she has always been helping the community and pushing herself to be better. Sureerath believes volunteering helps the teens gain new skills required for the job market such as leadership, communication skills, dependability, time management, and decision making. In high school, she volunteered as team manager for the Lady Wolves basketball team. She assisted the sports coach in their activities and supported the players by putting a smile on their face. Every Thanksgiving, Sureerath and her church, New Hope International church, spend more than 6 hours serving and making food for families in need. Sureerath believes it is important to serve others as a part of leading a Christian life, and that it will make a difference in the choices she makes and even the vocation she is called to.
As a senior, Sureerath is a part of the hurdles team and Health Organization club (HOSA) at Eastlake High School. She promises to try her best to serve the community by volunteering while studying in collage. She will use her knowledge to educate others and help her community to become a better place. She believes serving the society is an important part of growing up, and volunteering gives a personal sense of accomplishment while building social networks that, in turn, supports her in times of stress.