Emmaus High School
Emmaus High School , built in 1955 and fully renovated, is a four year comprehensive high school. Students enrolled in trade or technical courses complete their academic work at Emmaus High School and their laboratory work at Lehigh Career and Technical Institute. There are 2,548 students enrolled in grades nine through twelve. Students can participate in over 35 different organizations and 21 interscholastic sports at the AAAA/AAA level of competition. The current senior class has 599 students.
The Eastpenn School District includes the boroughs of Emmaus, Macungie and Alburtis as well as the Lower Macungie and Upper Milford Townships. The student population of the district is approximately 7,390 students. 518 professionals are employed as teachers and administrators. There are eight elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school in the East Penn School District.
Emmaus High School is accredited by the Commission of Secondary Schools, Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, and The Department of Education of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Our Shared Vision
We believe that EHS should be a place where everyone can succeed and where everyone feels that they have a connection and involvement in the fabric of our school culture.
Everyone is part of a team, speaking with one voice, working for everyone's success.
Our Culture and Common Goals
The culture of EHS is crucial to our academic, social, and emotional integrity, and, therefore, it is essential for us to develop a coherently consistent standard of expectations where everyone strives to achieve a common set of goals that include:
Time Management Skills
Social Skills/ Self-Control
Successful Learning Experiences
Respect for Self and Others