East Grays Harbor High School

705 Waldrip St.
Elma, WA 98541
Main Office Phone: 360.482.5086
Fax: 360.482.2109




Principal: William (Bill) Oppliger -  [email protected]

Assistant Principal: Wendy Beldin - [email protected]

Registrar - Enrollment & Transcripts: Lovena Clark - [email protected]

Counselor: Les Holliday - [email protected]

Nurse:  Kathy Delano - [email protected]

Teachers/Advisors: Bill Collins - [email protected] and Jeff Sowers -  [email protected]



Elma School District Learning Options

We provide project and work-based learning opportunities to support your real-world goals! If you are 16-21 years old at the start of the school year, you may be eligible. For more information, contact Wendy Beldin at (360) 482-1052 or [email protected]

Educational Options Based on Individual Goals

EGHHS is a learning option designed to support the needs of students in today’s challenging world. Our goal is for students and parents to feel included, respected, and valued by their learning community.  Students will be  empowered and engaged by choice in their learning experiences and student learning will be built on independent as well as collaborative learning experiences that celebrate and honor each individual's unique perspective and culture.  Finally, students will build  proficiency via inquiry, collaboration, and academic discussion in order to  gain transferable knowledge and skills for a successful and productive future.
PLEASE NOTE: If you or your student would like to begin the process of enrollment into East Grays Harbor High School, please fill out the interest form here.
For more information contact Wendy Beldin: wbeldin@eagles.edu.

Earn a High School Diploma

We offer instruction and support in all courses needed to earn a Washington State High School Diploma.

Credit Recovery

We offer opportunities to recover credit  for students who have fallen behind due to unique and challenging circumstances. Credit recovery through testing(GED and ASVAB), independent students and online courses, work experience, and more. We work with students to try to meet their individuals using creative approaches. 

Credit for Working-Based Learning

We offer credit, including English, math, occupational, and elective, for work experience. (Credit earned depends on type of job and number of hours worked.)

Project-Based and Experiential Learning

Students are provided support and instruction in classes built around authentic, project-based learning.  Projects will include multiple subject areas that meet both State requirements and student interest. Learning experiences are focused on student needs and are intended to be a meaningful and positive learning experience for all students. Students can expect to have choices and input in the assignments and assessments; students celebrate their own unique experiences in their projects and daily interactions at EGHHS.

In person attendance options:

AM Session: Mon-Thurs 8:30-11:30

PM Session: Mon-Thurs 12:00-3:00

(Students enroll in either the AM or PM session. Additional hours may be scheduled based on individual student needs.)

Enrollment Requirements
Age 16-21 by September 1 of the current school year,
Transfer process completed through resident district, and
Behind in credits or seeking re-engagement.

PLEASE NOTE:
If you live outside of the Elma School District area,
or are moving to the area,
please fill out the choice transfer request form here.

GED Support and Instruction 

We offer free GED readiness testing, curriculum, and private testing rooms. (Minimum school attendance required is two hours per month.)
Job and Training Connections

We help students find opportunities for both employment and job skills training in the local area. We help with resumes, applications, and interview skills to support students getting a job. And we offer high school credit for all work and training experiences. 

Flexible attendance options based on student needs. (Minimum two hours in person attendance per month.) We build schedules around student needs.  EGHHS can accommodate most scheduling needs Including part-time classroom with some remote options, as well as a combination of remote/in- person for students who are working. We strive for a creative and innovative approach that is individualized and  designed for the unique needs of today’s students.  

The Alternative Learning Experience (ALE) is public education, available to all public school districts and public charter schools in Washington state, where some or all of the instruction is delivered outside of a regular classroom schedule. The intent of ALE is to ensure that students have educational opportunities designed to meet their individualized needs. ALE follows all public education requirements as well as Chapter 392-550 WAC(link is external)(https://www.k12.wa.us/student-success/learning-alternatives/alternative-learning-experience).
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