Academic Resources

Evergreen High School is committed to offering challenging and engaging classes so that all students are prepared for college or a career. College Preparatory, Honors, and Advanced Placement courses are all taught at a rigorous level so that all students can reach their maximum potential. An in-depth course selection process is used each spring to make sure every student's academic plan matches their college and career goals. Use the links to check your grades in Infinite Campus and access course planning information, academic support options, SAT and ACT test prep resources, study skills resources, and additional educational options.

Counselors are available by appointment to meet with students regarding any academic concerns (see "Make Appointment" links at the bottom of the page). Additionally, they can help with organizational and time management skills. Counselors also work with students to make sure they are scheduled into appropriate level classes, including support classes when needed.

Study Hall & Free Period

All 9th and 10th graders have a Study Hall period in their schedule. All 11th and 12th graders have a Free Period. Students can use this time for homework, study groups, and library and computer access. Additionally, upperclassmen who are involved in National Honors Society are available in the library to tutor 9th and 10th graders who need additional help during their Study Hall.

Perspective for Parents Podcast by Nicholas D. Thompson LCSW

"I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, having earned a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of North Dakota. I have been working with youth and their families for over 10 years in a variety of settings including middle and high schools, private practice, residential treatment facilities, and detention centers. In addition, I have worked abroad with youth in Brazil and Costa Rica. I have a private practice in Boulder, Colorado, give trainings and presentations to students, staff of school districts, and parents, and host a podcast for parents of adolescents called “Perspective for Parents.” My past professional experience includes working for the St. Vrain Valley School District as a Mental Health Interventionist, and serving as lead parent facilitator for iTHRIVE, an early substance abuse intervention program for teens and their parents. I am passionate about assisting youth and their families realizing adolescence is a time of great opportunity and not just a phase to survive."

National, AP & Practice Tests

Transcripts

Current Students

"Unofficial" transcripts are available in Campus Portal (log in as student or parent) under "Reports"

Official transcripts for current students: You need to visit the EHS College and Career center and fill out the blue transcript request form. That form must be turned in with $3. You need one form per request (per college application, etc.) and $3 per form. Allow at least 5 business days to process.

2020-2021 COVID-19 process: Please fill out this Google form and $3 will be billed to your Jeffco Connect account.



Former Students

If you have already graduated from EHS, you need to request your transcript from Jeffco Public Schools: