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Enjoy a fun-filled night and make a difference for our students at Edgewood's largest fundraiser, the EHS Spring Fling (formerly known as the Spring Auction & Social). This year's event will be on Friday, April 28, 2017.
Reconnect with friends, parents, and alumni over cocktails and dinner, bid on spectacular live and super silent auction items, support the Mazzuchelli Fund during our live appeal, or simply dance the evening away! Wrap up the night with Monte Carlo casino games and live entertainment by the EHS Jazz Ensemble and Celebrations Entertainment.
Proceeds benefit the exceptional educational experiences at Edgewood High School. The funds raised during our EHS Spring Fling are an essential component in keeping tuition affordable and providing more than $700,000 in financial assistance to 40% of our students each year. Your support and generosity will have a direct and lasting impact for generations to come.
For tickets and additional details, please visit our EHS Spring Fling page.
Students from EHS will be traveling to England in June of 2018 for a ten-day tour. We will visit the Lake District, Yorkshire, Stratford, Oxford, Bath, and London, visiting many famous literary sites including the Brontë Parsonage Museum, Shakespeare's birthplace, the Globe Theatre, and other sites such as St. Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, and Buckingham Palace.
We have 25 travelers enrolled! We are so excited about the interest in the experience, and we know the students will have a great time. There are a few spaces still available if your student (or you and your student) would still like to travel with us. Please e-mail Mrs. Koblenski if you would like to receive information about the tour, or if you attended an informational meeting and you are now ready to register and would like some help.
We will contact families of students traveling soon for a meeting so that students can begin the planning process.
Purchase your tickets now for our upcoming performances of Cinderella!
Weekends of March 24-26 and March 31 - April 2
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:00 p.m. and Sundays at 2:00 p.m.
Adult - $12.00
Student - $7.00
Children under age 12 / Seniors ages 65+ - $5.00
Opening Night Reception
Friday, March 24, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. in the EHS Library
Don’t miss this wonderful evening of theatre, including special guest Stephen Fleischman, director of MMoCA.
Join ENCORE for savories, sweets, and a champagne toast as we celebrate and support the fine arts at EHS!
$35 includes premier seating to performance - reservations required by March 8.
Edgewood High School is pleased to present Summer at the Edge, a summer program that provides a broad spectrum of enrichment opportunities. Your child can explore a wide variety of academic subjects or sports, such as 3D printing, math in real life, or all-sports camp. With over 20 affordable options spanning science and technology, creativity and performing arts, the world around us, athletics and lifetime skills, and languages and culture, your child is sure to find a camp that is perfect for them at Summer at the Edge! Check out our camp website for program dates and registration information.
Congratulations to all students whose work was part of the fine arts festival art show. The judges Natalie Koblenski, The Wayfarer staff, Katie Sturm, Theresa West-Lentz, and Edgewood College student Amber Schwartz had a difficult time judging because the selection of art works was so wonderful. We invite you to take a look at the list of winners and their artworks.
The Fine Arts Festival committee would like to thank all those who contributed to this year's successful event! It would not be possible without the dedication of many faculty, staff, parents/guardians, students, and artists. Please take a moment to review the list of contributors and the program for the event.
Thanks to all the students who submitted poetry, scripts, or short stories in this year’s competition. We appreciate your hard work and dedication. Congratulations to all of the award winners! Please view the list of award winners, and see selections of their work, as well as other examples of student writing and art, in the next Wayfarer magazine.
The Edgewood High School Maroon & Gold Club is sponsoring a summer conditioning camp from May 30 through July 27 for students entering grades 7-12. Conditioning camp is at Edgewood High School with coaches and former athletes of EHS serving as instructors. All students entering grades 7-12 are welcome at the EHS summer conditioning camp, regardless of the school they will attend. The cost is $125 for the summer.
For more information, please see our summer conditioning camp flier.
As a community, we come together to pray and support each other. Visit our Online Prayer Requests page to share your thoughts, prayers, and intentions.