Easton High School

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Easton High School
Address
723 Mecklenburg Avenue
Easton, Maryland, 21606
USA
Information
Type Public high school
School district Talbot County Public Schools
Principal David Stofa
Vice principal J. Kirk Howie
Kathy Kohn
Andrea Wolters
Grades 9-12
Language English
Hours in school day 8am - 2:41pm
School colour(s) Black and Orange
Newspaper Eastonian
Website

Easton High School (EHS) is a four-year comprehensive public high school in Easton, Talbot County, Maryland, United States. It is one of two public high schools in Talbot County along with St. Michaels Middle/High School.

Overview[edit]

The school is located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland in the town of Easton in Talbot County. The school is on Mecklenburg Avenue, which is west of U.S. 50 and east of Maryland 565.

The current building has 100,000 square feet (9,300 m2) of space located on 32.91 acres (13.32 ha) of land.[1]

Students[edit]

Easton's graduation rate has been fairly steady over the past 12 years. In 2007 the school graduated 94.1%, up from 80.73% in 1997 and the highest in the previous 12 years.[2]

The school population has increased nearly 50% over the past 12 years. In 2007 the school was at its 12-year high enrollment with 1,228 students.

Student population[3]
1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
843 866 843 929 916 1,025 1,078 1,037 1,073 1,082 1,063 1,149 1,168 1,202 1,228 1,433

Sports[edit]

State Champions

  • 2013 - Girls' Softball
  • 2012 - Girls' Softball
  • 2011 - Track, High Jump, Calvin Murray, Individual State Champion (6'5)
  • 2011 - Girls' Softball
  • 2010 - Girls' Softball
  • 2008 - Girls' Softball
  • 2004 - Girls' Softball
  • 2002 - Girls' Softball
  • 1995 - Boys' Baseball
  • 1994 - Boys' Soccer
  • 1994 - Boys' Baseball
  • 1994 - Girls' Basketball
  • 1993 - Boys' Soccer
  • 1993 - Girls' Basketball
  • 1991 - Girls' Field Hockey
  • 1990 - Girls' Field Hockey
  • 1989 - Boys' Soccer
  • 1988 - Girls' Field Hockey
  • 1987 - Boys' Baseball
  • 1987 - Girls' Tennis Doubles[4]
  • 1986 - Girls' Tennis Doubles
  • 1985 - Girls' Tennis Doubles
  • 1983 - Tennis Mixed Doubles[5]
  • 1981 - Wrestling,Gerald Robinson , Individual State Champion - 167 lbs.
  • 1968 - Boys' Basketball[6]

State Finalist

  • 2013 - Girls' Lacrosse
  • 2013 - Boys' Ice Hockey
  • 2011 - Boys' Basketball
  • 2006 - Girls' Softball
  • 2005 - Girls' Softball
  • 2002 - Boys' Baseball
  • 1998 - Girls' Field Hockey
  • 1997 - Boys' Baseball
  • 1997 - Boys' Soccer
  • 1997 - Girls' Softball
  • 1993 - Boys' Cross Country[7]
  • 1993 - Football[8]
  • 1992 - Football
  • 1992 - Boys' Cross Country
  • 1992 - Boys' Soccer
  • 1992 - Girls' Field Hockey
  • 1986 - Boys' Track & Field[9]
  • 1986 - Football
  • 1986 - Girls' Field Hockey
  • 1981 - Football
  • 1965 - Boys' Basketball
  • 1954 - Boys' Basketball
  • 1952 - Boys' Basketball
  • 1947 - Boys' Basketball

State Semi-Finalist

  • 2012 - Girls' Field Hockey
  • 2012 - Boys' Ice Hockey
  • 2012 - Boys' Basketball
  • 2010 - Boys' Basketball
  • 2009 - Boys' Lacrosse
  • 2009 - Girls' Softball
  • 2009 - Boys' Ice Hockey
  • 2008 - Boys' Ice Hockey
  • 2006 - Girls' Lacrosse[10]
  • 2005 - Girls' Lacrosse
  • 2003 - Girls' Lacrosse
  • 2002 - Boys' Baseball
  • 2001 - Girls' Field Hockey
  • 1997 - Girls' Field Hockey
  • 1993 - Boys' Lacrosse[11]
  • 1993 - Girls' Softball
  • 1991 - Boys' Soccer
  • 1991 - Football
  • 1990 - Football
  • 1989 - Football
  • 1989 - Girls' Field Hockey
  • 1988 - Boys' Baseball
  • 1988 - Boys' Basketball
  • 1987 - Boys' Soccer
  • 1986 - Boys' Soccer
  • 1966 - Boys' Basketball
  • 1953 - Boys' Basketball

Notable alumni[edit]

References and notes[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 38°45′21″N 76°03′57″W / 38.7558°N 76.0658°W / 38.7558; -76.0658