Student Outcomes

-Experience and know God more closely
-Engage with God's word
-Share the gospel boldly
-See the world through a biblical lens
-Embrace risk
-Develop in a spiritual community
-Grow in emotional and physical health
-Carry hope-filled solutions for the world
-Learn leadership

Outdoor Adventures

From river rafting to moonlit mountain hikes, EHS allows students to explore God's creation and come to know Him, themselves, and others in the process. Throughout the year, there are countless adventures. Northern California's majestic mountains and coast are a breathtaking backdrop to our program.

Outreach & Missions

Students learn to carry hope as they engage meaningfully with the world around them, so we partner with beautiful ministries in our city. From feeding the homeless to spending time with the elderly, we have countless opportunities to be the hands and feet of Jesus. Along with giving practical help, students have opportunities to take action on the prophetic and healing ministry training they've received. We love seeing Jesus come and do what only He can! This ministry experience culminates in a week-long mission trip where students put everything they've learned into practice. It's a life-changing experience!


High school is a time to build community, and we love to celebrate at EHS. We start the year with a weekend retreat and have many special events throughout the year including a Christmas social, the Friendly Feast, and a prom. Throughout these events, our focus in walking in Kingdom honor and love for one another.


We train our students to love God and others and carry hope. Each year, the curriculum is dynamic, practical, and hands-on.


A kingdom-centered education can set the foundation for a life lived with purpose.
We work to keep the program cost as low as possible because we believe no one should be excluded due to financial circumstances.

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