Eugene Ashley High School
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|Wlmington North Carolina
Wilmington, North Carolina, 28412
|School district||New Hanover County School|
|Assistant principals||Glen Locklear, Colette Anderson, Katie Watson, and Stephanie McMann|
|Color(s)||Garnet Red and Vegas Gold|
|Mascot||The Screaming Eagles|
Eugene Ashley High School is a high school just outside Wilmington, North Carolina, located in the New Hanover County School District. The facility was opened in the New Hanover County Veteran's Park in 2001. The school was named after Sgt. Eugene Ashley, Jr., a native of Wilmington who died at age 37 in the battle of Lang Vei during the Vietnam War. Over the past 5 years, there has been 4 different principles, but the school mission has never changed.
The mission of Eugene Ashley High School is to instill in all students a drive for excellence through achievement, honor, and service.
- Everyone will be treated with respect
- Our team of parents, faculty, staff and students provides a quality education for all
- We are all – students, faculty, administration, and support staff – responsible for providing students of diverse backgrounds and learning abilities with challenging, well-rounded, and positive experiences
- We will develop personal responsibility, community interaction, and a desire to achieve the goal of lifelong learning through providing a safe, orderly, and engaging environment
- Ashley High School is a positive learning environment where all students will be encouraged and have the opportunity to succeed
- We must strive to create a community among faculty, students, and parents that leads to a successful learning environment
- School must be about learning to live – not learning to pass classes
- Ashley High School must establish and maintain a safe and orderly environment that welcomes all
- Ashley High School provides an environment to awaken the learner in each of us and encourages learning as a lifelong activity
- We support each other to create and maintain an enthusiastic and positive atmosphere
- Students’ individual needs and interests must be determined early in order to engage them in learning
- Learning is an individual achievement in a collaborative environment, allowing all to grow
- It is vital to achieve obvious cohesiveness among staff members that serves as a model for and extends to the student body and community
- Every teacher will develop integrated curricula that are relevant
- Ashley High School is a learning community, which integrates personal, academic, physical, and professional growth to create success for all
- All students have the ability to learn; it is the educator’s responsibility to find each child’s learning style and aid in her/his development of the love of learning
Eugene Ashley High School will be recognized as a premier school known for excellence in all that we do: academic achievement, honor, and service.
Located just over 10 miles away from the Wilmington EUE/Screen Gems Studio - the largest production facility in the United States outside of California - the school has become a popular site for filming high school related films and dramas.
Filming for the 2009 film The Marc Pease Experience took place at the school and inside the Minnie Evans Art Center in February 2007. The school's hallways and media center took place for Tree Hill High School on The CW series One Tree Hill, and has also been seen in episodes of the HBO comedy Eastbound & Down.
The ABC family movie Teen Spirit, starring Cassie Scerbo and Lindsey Shaw, was filmed around the school grounds in 2011. Filming took place in the courtyard, around the campus and the surrounding Veteran's Park, and inside the school in various locations including the gym and the main hall.
The school debuted a mobile web application for iPhone, Android, and Blackberry during the 2012-2013 school year. The app, which has reached almost 2,900 downloads in less than a year, aims to help parents and students alike to keep connected to the school with easy access to calendars, event pages, and other functions of the regular website. The app is not available for download in an app store, but instead can be downloaded from a link to the Local Free Apps page on the school website or by scanning a QR code presented on the site.
- "‘Marc Pease' won't screen in Wilmington". Wilmington Star. August 14, 2009. Retrieved 20 November 2009.
- "'New ABC Family movie begins production in Wilmington'". WWAY. February 16, 2011. Retrieved 10 August 2013.