Incoming Freshman are REQUIRED to submit a course/electives selection form. This year, you can complete the form electronically.




    The form is due MARCH 8, 2021





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  • EGHS Class of 2021 Graduation Information

    The EGHS Class of 2021 Graduation is scheduled for Thursday, May 27th at 7:00pm in Commodore Stadium. Additional information will be released in the coming weeks and months. Please see the statement below from Brevard Public Schools.


    Brevard Public Schools Releases Information on Class of 2021 Celebrations and Graduation


    Viera, FL -- Brevard Public Schools has been working closely with each of its high schools to ensure that the class of 2021 is able to safely enjoy some of the traditions that come along with senior year. The district is pleased to release preliminary information regarding upcoming celebrations and graduation events.


    Each high school will host an in-person graduation ceremony that follows health and safety protocols aligned to CDC guidance on large group gatherings.  Graduation ticket availability will be based on social distancing, class size and venue size. “The commencement ceremony recognizes the students’ graduation while honoring and celebrating their entrance into their post-secondary pursuits.  We continue our commitment to the importance of the ceremonies for each of our graduates and their families,” said Dr. Stephanie Soliven, Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Leading and Learning.  The district is also committed to partnering with local media to livestream each graduation ceremony.


    Given the state of COVID-19 in our community, the district has determined that typical celebrations including prom and grad bash cannot be held in a manner consistent with CDC guidelines.  However, each Principal will work with their senior class to develop an alternative celebration event which meets current health and safety guidelines.  Details of each event along with safety protocols will be released by each school.


    “In a year that has been filled with challenges never before encountered, our students and staff have continued to rise to the occasion and do so with grace and flexibility.  Their resiliency has been inspirational to all of us.  As a district, we will continue to do all we can to celebrate the class of 2021 and provide them a memorable senior experience while keeping the health and safety of our students and staff as our top priority,” said Dr. Mark Mullins, Superintendent of Brevard Public Schools.

    Leading up to these important senior events, the district will continue to monitor the impact COVID-19 has on our community and will be prepared to react as needed to ensure the safety of students and staff.




    Russell Bruhn

    Chief Strategic Communications Officer

    Government & Community Relations 

    Brevard Public Schools

    2700 Judge Fran Jamieson Way

    Viera, FL 32940

    321 633 1000 x11796


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  • ATTENTION PARENTS: Information regarding Mental Health Videos

    This letter is to inform you that our school will be providing lessons on specific and sensitive topics as per the Florida State Board of Education Rule 6A-1.094124. This state board rule relates to required instruction in mental and emotional health education topics including mental and emotional health, substance use and abuse, and child trafficking prevention.


    We are approaching the time of year where we will be teaching two particularly sensitive topics: Suicide Awareness and Child Trafficking. Our district developed lessons are designed to be informative and take a positive approach that includes skill building as well as awareness of resources/help. We want to make sure you, as the parent/guardian, have resources to support your child at home. Becoming informed and comfortable about a topic prior to discussing it is the key to having a productive conversation. Our school will be giving the lesson surrounding Suicide Awareness on February 17th, and will be giving the lesson surrounding Child Trafficking on February 24th. We encourage you to review the resources below and talk with your student about these topics.


    Below are websites, hotlines and text-lines that may be of interest to you.

    Suicide Awareness Resources:

    Child Trafficking Resources:


    Please reach out to your school administrator, student’s school counselor, or school social worker if you have any questions, concerns or issues.



    Christopher Hinkle

    Assistant Principal

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    Josten's continues to experience problems with their website. If you still need to order cap/gown/graduation items, please call their office: 321-242-2055

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    *This is not school registration*


    Please click here for full program information 

    Please click here to view the application/acceptance timeline


    FOR ZONED EGHS STUDENTS: Please click here to complete the application


    FOR NON-ZONED (out of area/ELO/EPO) STUDENTS:  Please Click Here for more information and application


    Students (from schools other than Johnson Middle) also need to complete and return teacher recommendation forms (click here).

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  • E-Learning Links


     ** eLearning Students should use GOOGLE CHROME.**

    1. Open a Chrome Incognito Window. Click the 3 vertical dots at the top and choose “New Incognito Window”.

    2. Go to and click the LaunchPad icon. You’ll be prompted to login from scratch.

    3. Click FOCUS. Your teacher pages will be listed in FOCUS on the right side. Check the information for each class and locate the Zoom link. Follow the directions below to access the Zoom class.

    **You must be signed in with your BPS account on Zoom**

    Secondary Student Access for First Day eLearning document:

    Click here for E-Learning Start Times

    Zoom directions for Parents/Students

    Student LaunchPad and FOCUS Directions

    Tech Tools for Parents and Students

    Click here for the BPS E-Learning Agreement

    Click here for the BPS Device Loan Agreement




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