Eden Prairie School Board Incumbent Lauren Crandall was elected to a one-year term on the Eden Prairie School Board. Crandall garnered 11,319 votes, taking 49.57 percent of the vote.
After nearly 10 years of declining enrollment, Eden Prairie Schools has officially increased its student enrollment. Eden Prairie Schools has 8,797 students following the official October 1 enrollment count reported to the Minnesota Department of Education.
After three years of planning, public input and research, Superintendent Dr. Josh Swanson presented his recommendation to the school board regarding Designing Pathways - Eden Prairie Schools’ process to define a 10-year outlook of its academic programming and supporting facilities.
A student’s ability to read at the expected level by third grade is an essential step toward increasing the number of students who succeed academically, graduate from high school on time and do well in life and the workforce.
After an extensive search and interview process, Matthew Hippen has been hired as Eden Prairie School’s director of finance.
Eden Prairie High School’s annual College and Career Expo will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 23 from 7:30 a.m. - 11 a.m. in the EPHS main gym. The expo provides students the opportunity to make connections between education and training required for specific career pathways they may be interested in pursuing.
Register today for the morning or afternoon preschool programs for children ages three through five offered at Eden Prairie High School. These preschool classes, a tradition since 1978, are planned, organized and taught by students in the Parenting and Child Psychology classes at EPHS.
Thirty-five CMS students were inducted into the International Thespian Honor Society
Eden Prairie High School has 16 National Merit Commended Students and three National Hispanic Recognition Scholars
Eden Prairie Schools is proud to launch a visual brand identity that is consistent, cohesive and continues the legacy of excellence of one of the highest achieving school districts in the state.
Reading and math achievement continues to rise.
Eden Prairie High School senior Saja Osman has been selected to serve on the Minnesota Youth Council representing Minnesota Congressional District 6 by the Minnesota Alliance With Youth.