Home of the Patriots!!
East View High School is renowned for its positive, student-centered culture and climate in accord with the District Mission and Vision. We value being the home of the most inspired students, led by the most empowered leaders.
Programs of note for East View High School include the district's Aerospace Engineering program. Students are currently building the third airplane for the program. We have an award winning fine art department with sweepstakes winning choir, band, and orchestra programs. East View is the current tri-district football champion for school year 2018/2019, our second district football championships since joining varsity competition in 2013.
In addition, East View has received at least four distinctions from the Texas Education Agency since the current appraisal system began in 2014. Those distinctions include College and Career Readiness, Performance in English Language Arts, Performance in Mathematics, Performance in Science, Performance in Social Studies, and Closing the Achievement Gap. East View High School has had at least one National Merit Scholar Finalist each year since 2011. EVHS has also had multiple Commended Scholars during each year. Traditionally, our students score consistently above the state average for ACT and SAT college readiness tests.
Patriot pride is evident in all that we do. We strive to build great relationships with our students, our parents, and within our community. Each Friday we gather in the main hallway, link arms, and sing our school alma mater.
Make it a great day, or not, the choice is always, yours.
During a virtual recognition ceremony Thursday evening, the Georgetown ISD Education Foundation named the district’s Teachers and Employees of the Year.
The Georgetown Independent School District announced today that Tara Stewart has been selected to lead the Williamson County Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Program (JJAEP) as the new principal.
The Georgetown Independent School District named Tamra Marbibi principal of Frost Elementary School and Rebecca Lambert principal of Village Elementary School during its board meeting on Monday, May 18.