Evening High School
Evening High School (EHS)
All EHS classes will be online for the 2023-2024 school year. Please reach out to your counselor to enroll in EHS. Non-SPPS counselors please follow the referral information below.
Welcome to Evening High School
- EHS provides 11th and 12th-grade students with the opportunity to complete coursework and earn credits necessary for high school graduation.
- Students must meet minimum age requirements (16 years old) and state alternative learning center (ALC) program eligibility criteria to register for EHS classes.
- Core courses required for graduation are taught by licensed teachers.
- Classes are online using Schoology.
- Students complete course requests that are reviewed, approved and/or adjusted as needed by school counselors.
EHS classes are in session:
- Quarter 1: October 9 - November 2, 2023
- Quarter 2: December 11 - January 18, 2024
- Quarter 3: February 26 - March 21, 2024
- Quarter 4: May 6 - May 29, 2024
Welcome to Evening High School.
I have worked for Saint Paul Public Schools since 1998 as a teacher, assistant principal and principal. The first 16 years of my SPPS career were dedicated to elementary education. In the Fall of 2014, I made the transition from elementary to secondary education at Gordon Parks High School.
Evening High School is focused on providing students with the opportunity to learn, complete coursework, and recover credits required for high school graduation.
I am looking forward to a rewarding, successful school year with our learners.
- Eleanor Clemmons
Please contact Evening High School office at 651-744-1210 with questions regarding enrollment.
Students who are currently enrolled in a Saint Paul Public School and wish to enroll in EHS need to contact their high school counselor. High school counselors refer students to the EHS program and recommend/request the courses necessary for students to meet high school graduation requirements.
Students who attend a charter school or a school outside of the Saint Paul Public Schools district will need to download the referral form below. Non-SPPS counselors should email the completed referral form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If a student has never attended a Saint Paul Public School, they will need to go to the Student Placement Center at 2102 University Ave W or call 651-632-3760 to obtain an SPPS student ID number.