Edwardsville High School

Vision/Mission Statement and Goals

The goal of Edwardsville High School is to meet the educational needs of its students. These needs include college-bound instruction, specialization skills, personal enjoyment, vocational training, physical development, and citizenship preparedness. These needs reflect the personal aspect and uniqueness of each individual.

Edwardsville High School provides curricular and extracurricular activities to meet these needs. These needs should be provided for in a safe, orderly environment by a variety of offerings and activities; by striving for excellence; by an opportunity for achievement; and by a continuous improvement in equipment, materials, facilities, instruction, and leadership. Instructional staff and support staff strive to design and implement these activities. Edwardsville High School is continually evaluated so that it prepares for the future through input from students, teachers, administrators, the Board of Education, parents, community leaders, employers, and consultants.

Bell Schedule


Attendance Office Staff

Mary Goad grades 9 & 11 656-7100 ext. 20102
Brittney Sweetin
grades 10 & 12 656-7100 ext. 20103

To report an absence, the parent or guardian must call the Attendance Office the morning of the absence.

Parents have the responsibility for requiring and promoting their children’s regular school attendance, which is the first step in achieving academic success. Parents are also responsible for notifying the school office of their children’s absences. Parents planning to take students out of school are responsible for making advance arrangements with the school administration.

Attendance information can be viewed in the Student Handbook pages 26-30.

Goal Statement


  1. To instill and develop a rich work ethic in each student that will cause the student to see schoolwork as the top priority.
  2. To encourage each student to develop worthy social skills that exclude vulgar language, inappropriate demonstrations of affection, intimidation, and fights.
  3. To develop higher-order thinking skills and problem-solving skills to foster a greater development of the minds.
  4. To create an understanding of accountability for one’s actions.
  5. To inspire pride in and spirit at EHS.
  6. To continually strive to perform academically up to one’s greatest potential and ability.


  1. To improve instruction through new or innovative ideas.
  2. To enhance a positive school-wide harmony between staff members in different departments and with the administration.

Parents and the Community:

  1. To involve more parents in school service work.
  2. To involve more parents in the academic and social activities of their children.
  3. To improve public relations between our school and the community.