Welcome to East Hickman High School! We are looking forward to a wonderful school year ahead and hope that this will be a fulfilling, successful year for you and your child. East Hickman High faculty and staff welcome your participation and support during the school year.  It is our goal to always make you feel welcome any time you visit the building.  By working together, we will be better able to meet the needs of our children.

Colin Henson – Principal

Cayla Moulton – Assistant Principal
EHHS will be a safe and supportive environment that values self-worth, education, and opportunities.
  • We believe all students can learn.
  • We believe each student is a valued individual with unique abilities and needs.
  • We believe that the educational success of each student requires a combined effort of the family, the school, and the community.
  • We believe a student’s self-esteem is raised by positive relationships and mutual respect among and between students and staff.
  • We believe each student should demonstrate their understanding of essential knowledge and skills and be actively involved in solving problems and producing quality work.
  • We believe each student should be challenged to reach his/her fullest potential.
  • We believe students should apply their learning to real life.
  • We believe that students learn best when given an active role in the learning process.
  • We believe a safe and physically comfortable environment promotes student learning.
EHHS will nurture students socially, emotionally, and academically using targeted resources.

EHHS News

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Parent-Teacher Conferences Sign Up

Please sign up for Parent-Teacher Conferences

Wed Feb 14 01:05 PM

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Community Eligible Provision (CEP)

New school food program starting on January 5. Please click here to learn more.

Tue Dec 19 08:57 AM

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East Hickman High School is identified for Targeted Support and Improvement as required by ESSA and the U.S. Department of Education during the 2023-24 school year.