As Rockwood School District's original high school, Eureka students, faculty, staff and parents pride themselves…More in combining traditions with innovative initiatives. EHS was named by Newsweek magazine as one of America's most challenging high schools.
EHS students consistently rank as top scholastic achievers, with more than 32 percent of overall students taking advanced placement exams. EHS was named a Missouri Gold Star School by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and a Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education, one of the highest recognitions any high school can receive.
Performance, promotion and partnership for excellence in education are key focal points at EHS via participation in the nationally recognized Renaissance program. Character education is embedded in all facets of the school's environment.
Sitting on nearly 80 acres, this complex is often referred to as being more like a college campus.
Cooperative spirit and strong partnerships are the primary goals at Geggie Elementary. The school has a character…More education program and has received numerous grants all about enhancing student achievement.
Geggie's name honors a prominent Eureka resident and pioneer in suburban education, Robert T. Geggie, who served on the St. Louis County Board of Education during the early 1900s when several rural schools were consolidated to form the Rockwood School District.
Decades of continuous growth have led to building renovations and additions at this school.
There is a before- and after-school Adventure Club, a tuition-based out-of-school-time program to assist families.
Geggie staff and families try to focus on embracing, empowering and engaging students. The school also holds a Grandparents/Special Person Day each year.