Distraction Free Life Club is a student-led club that meets to promote distracted free driving. Driving while distracted, primarily by a cell phone, can have very serious outcomes. The Distraction Free Life club is partnered with the Shreya R. Dixit Memorial Foundation and works to promote distraction-free driving. By raising awareness about the dangers of distracted driving, the club's goal is to help all EPHS students to be safe while on the road. This club is student organized and run. There is no cost to join.
History Club is the club for all the history lovers out there! In this club, students who are interested in history learn, collaborate, and help others gain a love for history. This club is open to all students in grades 9-12.
Letters of Love is a club whose purpose is to support people who are struggling in our community by writing and sending positive and uplifting letters to them. Our goal is to make everyone who is struggling know that they are loved and have a team of people cheering them on. In addition to emotional support, Letters of Love also donates funds to support people who are hurting. This club is open to all EPHS students. There is a $5 participation fee required to help purchase supplies.
Paws for a Cause connects animal lovers with great volunteer opportunities. This club provides a mutually supportive and positive environment in which EPHS students can give back to their community. Club members meet to do service projects and learn about endangered animals. No membership fees to join!
Pop Culture Club is a student-led club that exists to be an inclusive space for students to debate and speak about pop culture topics and media, such as movies, tv shows, sports, and celebrities. The club also desires to give back to the community with a clothing drive at the end of each semester. Anyone is welcome to join this club!
The Unbook Club serves as a place where people can talk about the books they love without being pressured to read an assigned book. This club is open to all EPHS students in any grade. You can join at any point during the school year, and there is no fee to join!
Young Filmmakers Club is an informal group of students who are interested in any aspect of films. We write, film, and edit films. We discuss different filmmaking styles, and we end the year with a film festival. This group has something for all lovers of movies and it's a great way to stay in shape. Must attend at least 2 meetings to qualify to have your film played at the end of the year film festival.
God of mercy and compassion, of grace and reconciliation, pour your power upon all your children in the Middle East: Jews, Muslims and Christians, Palestinians and Israelis. Let hatred be turned into love, fear to trust, despair to hope, oppression to freedom, occupation to liberation, that violent encounters may be replaced by loving embraces, and peace and justice could be experienced by all.
Student Government is an organization run by elected student representatives. The representatives meet every week to discuss the agenda, issues pertinent to everyday student life and ways to change these issues. The Student Government sponsors many such events as dances, pep rallies, Homecoming and our annual J-D Day, which is a special day on which students are free to socialize on campus while enjoying various activities and booths set up by our different school clubs. Homecoming week is a week during which the Student Government sponsors various competitions between classes, ending with a bonfire, pep rally and dance. Meets every day during homeroom.