About Eisenhower

Eisenhower Junior High School serves more than 600 seventh and eighth grade students. Students at Eisenhower attend core courses: language arts, social studies, science, math, and physical education. In addition, students may choose from a variety of elective classes including: music, chorus, STEM, foreign language, and media.

Students at Eisenhower have an opportunity to become involved in a variety of after-school activities, clubs, and sports. Sports teams include cross-country, basketball, girls volleyball, wrestling, and track. These teams compete against other schools in the district. After-school activities such as soccer club, school play, yearbook, and intramurals are only a small example of the many opportunities our Eisenhower students have to stay active in school events.

The Eisenhower staff has adopted the Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS) program. They have identified three main school-wide expectations:  Be Responsible, Be Respectful and Be Safe.

Eisenhower is honored to be an International Spanish Academy. The English-Spanish Dual Language Program allows students in seventh and eighth grade to continue learning in Spanish during social science and language arts classes. 

Eisenhower is part of a P.L.C. (professional learning community). Administration works with staff, students, parents, and community members to provide a comprehensive educational environment for Eisenhower students.

Mascot:   Eagle
Colors:    Red and White