January 29, 2015  03:12 AM

High School Summer Courses

Elkhart Community Schools offers a wide range of summer courses for our high school students, including language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, business and health. For additional information, including class schedules and locations: Summer Courses (English), Summer Courses (Spanish), Summer Course Waiting List Policy.

Online Calendar of Events

2014-2015 School-year Calendar

2015-2016 School-year Calendar

Student-Parent Guide

Convenient Child Care

District Programs

Student Services

Curriculum and Course Information

Guidelines for Good School Order

Student Conduct

Secondary Schools Dress Code


Denial of Access to Military Recruiters

Objection to Release Directory Information

Permission to Photograph/Media Interview

Permission to Photograph/Media Interview (Spanish)

District Departmental Contacts

Food Service Programs and Menus

School Food Guidelines

School Food Guidelines (Espanol)

No Bully Zone

Bullying Prevention Policy

Internet Resources for Parents

Internet Resources and Homework Help for Students

School Computers & the Internet

Beyond Graduation

Immunization Requirements

Which school will my child attend?

Notice of Non-Discrimination

Parents! To learn more about the school corporation, watch our video here.

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3:56 PM January 26, 2015
Beardsley students coming home on bus #107 will be a little late today. The students may be a little shaken, as one student had a medical incident that resulted in the child’s parents, as we... | More

5:00 PM January 23, 2015
A great way to spend the afternoon this Sunday is to visit the Elkhart Area Career Center (Jan 25, 1:30-3:30). You'll discover the variety of career and technical programs being offered. In ... | More

3:06 PM January 21, 2015
Thank you to Mayor Dick Moore, who stopped by Elkhart Central High School today to speak to students about respect and positive citizenship, as part of Central’s No Namecalling Week. The Mayo... | More