Class of 2021

Class of 2021
Class Adviser: Ms. Finfrock

Welcome to
Elma High School


June, 2021

  • Class of 2021 Education Planner

    Use this as a guide to review graduation expectations and Elma High School class options. An excellent resource for the next four years!

    Class of 2021 Education Planner Final.pdf 1.52 MB (Last Modified on February 21, 2017)

  • Freshman Survival Brochure

    Freshman Brochure.pdf 377.33 KB (Last Modified on February 29, 2016)

  • Credits to Graduate from EHS for 2021

    Credits to Graduate HS 2021.pdf 22.61 KB (Last Modified on February 21, 2017)

  • University Bound Graduation Expectations for 2021

    University Bound Grad Expectations 2021.pdf 22.94 KB (Last Modified on February 21, 2017)

  • Path towards Graduating with HS Diploma June 2021

    Path Towards Graduation.pdf 198.02 KB (Last Modified on February 21, 2017)

  • Cost of Graduating from High School

    It's not a secret, high school can be expensive, but please don't let that hold your son/daughter back. EHS offers scholarships and assistance to allow students to be successful no matter what. Ask counselors, administrators, and teachers. We are here to help!

    Cost of High School.pdf 123.84 KB (Last Modified on February 29, 2016)

  • EHS Activities, Athletics, & Opportunities

    It's a proven fact, your son or daughter will have a higher chance to graduate on time if they are involved in an activity or sport. Participation and competition builds their resume, self-esteem, and enables them to value education and develop essential work skills. Elma High School is proud of the diversity we offer in a rural community. EHS believes there is something for everyone, just ask an adviser/coach.

    EHS Acitivities.Athletics.Opportunities.pdf 139.25 KB (Last Modified on February 21, 2017)

  • Career & Technical Class/Leadership Opportunities

    Whether you are college or career bound, Elma High School has classes that will prepare you with invaluable skills career and teaming skills necessary for success in the 21st century job market. Check this portfolio out to see the diversity of class offerings and leadership opportunities your child can take advantage of it for free! Some classes earn college credit and résumé building opportunities.

    Elma CTE 2014.15 in Review.pdf 1.87 MB (Last Modified on September 4, 2015)

  • Washington State Board of Education

    State assessment and graduation requirements.


1. Empower your child to check their grades weekly on skyward.

2. Have your child provide you with a print out of their grades weekly at the beginning of the year.

3. If grades are consistently staying at the level that is acceptable, adjust the grade checks to every two weeks.

4. If grades are NOT staying at the expected level, have your child track their assignments. A tracking sheet example is attached to this website.

5. Always have your child complete missing work even if it does not count! Teaching them to complete and finish all assignments is a critical life skill and essential work ethic.

6. Support Math and learn to love it! Check out Khan Academy.

7. Embrace all subjects with a positive attitude and they will "stick" in the brain longer and allow learning to be more progressive. Never say "I wasn't any good at it" or "I don't like (subject)". Turn it into "This subject is challenging, but fun."

8. Contact the school counselors and/or administrative staff when you see a pattern of failure or issues with grades. We can assist with intervention.

9. Remember students MUST pass their classes and Washington State Exams in order to graduate with a diploma. Don't let them fall behind.

  • Weekly Tracking Sheet

    The Weekly Tracking Sheet can be used by your student to track their assignments.

    Weekly Tracking Sheet.docx 15.72 KB (Last Modified on April 1, 2015)

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