East Bernard High School

723 College Street
East Bernard, TX 77435

Phone: 979-335-7519
Fax: 979-335-6085


BENCHMARKS!!!

This Wednesday, February 22nd, the high school campus will be taking EOC Benchmark exams.  The freshman class will be taking English I, the sophomore class will be taking English II, and the junior class will be taking US History.


The Senior Class will be excused for periods 1-5, and are expected back on campus for the start of 6th period at 12:34 pm.





CX Debate:

Our CX Debate teams went to District at El Campo High School.  The team of Keaton and Abbey won first place and advanced to State, which will be in Austin on March 13-14.  
The team of Holly and Sarah got 3rd place and is Alternate to State.  
Please congratulate these kiddos if you see them for a job well done! 

FFA Results:

East Bernard FFA traveled to Pasadena for the Deer Park FFA Invitational. We brought 38 kids and competed in 7 different events. All but two of our teams placed in the top ten of their event. The long hours of studying and practicing these kids put in definitely paid off! Results are listed below.

Livestock Evaluation 
Braden - FIRST PLACE individual out of 332 (HUGE congratulations to Braden, he has been working VERY hard for this achievement!)
7th place team

Horse Evaluation 
Cana- 4th place individual out of 259 
Emily- 22nd place individual 
5th place team 

Wildlife 
Courtney- 13th place individual out of 108
7th place team 

Poultry Evaluation 
7th place team

Nursery/Landscape 
Cheyenne- 17th place individual out of 56
8th place team 

Milk Quality 
12th place team 

Vet Tech 
23rd place team

Congratulations to all of our members that competed today! It was a tough competition and we are proud of the outcome. 

SAT and ACT Prep Classes Offered

SAT Prep Class
Dates:  February 26, 2017 and March 5, 2017
Time: 2:00 to 4:00
Place:  East Bernard High School
For:  East Bernard ISD Students
Price:  $120 ($100 for class & $20 for the book)

Next SAT Test:  March 11, 2017, May 6, 2017, and 
                                            June 3,2017

ACT Prep Class
Dates:  March 26, 2017 and April 2, 2017
Time:  2:00 to 4:00
Place:  East Bernard High School
For:  East Bernard ISD Students
Price:  $100

Next ACT Test:  April 8, 2017 and June 10, 2017


REGISTRATION FORMS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE EBISD.ORG WEBSITE AND IN MRS. SULAK’S OFFICE.

If you have questions in regards to the class, contact Judi Kubena at 281-794-2462 or Kimberly Sulak at 979-335-7519 X155.


Hour of Code at EBHS

Today at EBHS Mrs. Riley's 1st-5th period classes participated in the "Hour of Code" led by Mr. Clint Coker. The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries thatstarted as a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify "code", to show that anybody can learn the basics, and to broaden participation in the field of computer science. It has since become a worldwide effort to celebrate computer science, starting with 1-hour coding activities but expanding to all sorts of community efforts. It was a fun, educational, and eye opening way to educate our students on the many ways coding is used in our day to day lives as well as future career options. Thank you, Mr. Coker!







Be Loud, Be Proud, Be a Brahma!

     The governing body of Texas high school athletics, the University Interscholastic League, has outlined expectations for all spectators and participants at these events.  The expectations are focused on Character, Attitude, Responsibility, and Ethics and it serves as a reminder that extracurricular events are simply an extension of the classroom for the students.  Sportsmanship is paramount and is the ultimate goal of both the UIL, and EBHS.

     So, come to the events and cheer Loudly for the Brahmas, wear your maroon with Pride, and support   the Brahmas in both victory and defeat.  Be Loud, Be Proud, Be a Brahma!   



UIL Sportsmanship Manual:
 www.uiltexas.org/files/athletics/manuals/sportsmanship-manual.pdf





Educational Philosophy/Mission Statement 

All students will develop essential academic skills and acquire a
knowledge base upon which to build lifelong learning.

Citizenship, economic responsibilities, heritage, logic, 
independence, creativity, and communication shall be 
emphasized. 

To fulfill this mission, instruction must be of the 
highest quality, equity must be maintained for all students, and 
educators shall be accountable for results.

District Motto:    

Making the Best Better!