25 days ago

University of Wyoming Signing Days 2017

East High School seniors commit to attend the University of Wyoming.

EHS Events this weekend

Sense & Sensibility and Prom 2017: Carnival

Tickets available at the door.

Tickets available at the door.

Juniors Take Statewide ACT on 4/19/2017

EHS Juniors will take the ACT on 4/19/17. They must check into their assigned room by 7:30 a.m., and the test will conclude around 12:30 p.m. Testing room assignments will be posted by the class offices, around campus, and here closer to the test date.

Students must bring the following to the test:
  •  a photo ID
  • soft, No. 2 lead  pencil(s) -- no mechanical pencils
  • an approved calculator and batteries (if applicable).
Students may not bring the following into the testing room:
  • food
  • drink
  • notes
  • scratch paper
  • dictionaries, etc
  • cell phone -- may not be accessed for the duration of the test
Students will have a break after test 2 and test 4, to have a snack or drink, and use the restroom if needed. Please refer to www.actstudent.org for all rules and requirements, and other helpful info. Students can also search ACT-approved calculators and set up their ACT web account at this website. Students are strongly encouraged to continue using their free ACT Method Test prep account assigned to them this year as it will help them prepare for the exam. Email Mrs. Sackrider with questions or concerns at pritchardsackridern@laramie1.org.

East Cares

Helping students in our own school community...

Do you need food for lunch or for the weekend?  Personal hygiene items?  If so, visit the Main Office and ask about East Cares.  We don't want anyone to go hungry or not have basic items we can gladly provide.  Friday Food Bags are available through the offices for any student who needs one.

East Cares focuses on helping students in need by gladly providing food, clothing, and personal care items.  If you are interested in making a donation, please call (307) 771-2663 and ask about East Cares -- it is a great way to give back to your local community.

Method Test Prep:  Free ACT Class

Click the link above for a free, 2-hour ACT Test Prep webinar.

2017 Spring Break Tutoring Schedule image

No Saturday tutoring during Spring Break

There will be no tutoring on Saturday, 3/25, or Saturday, 4/1.  Have a wonderful break!

State Basketball

Click here for pictures by Kelly Groeneweg.

Dropping off Students in the morning

Please be considerate of others when dropping off or picking up students.  Please do not block the drive but pull in to parking spaces or at least only stop in the lane closest to the building so others are not delayed.

Random Acts of Kindness Week
February 12-18, 2017!

What does it take for kindness to spread in Wyoming? All it takes is you.
Visit Kindness Wyoming.

Kindness Wyoming Initiative logo


LIVE STREAM! Go here, create account for free sports access. Search for "Cheyenne East" -- you may need to create an account for free streaming. Click for the Athletics links/streaming schedule.

East Preschool: April-May

East High Family & Consumer Science Early Childhood students will be hosting the annual Preschool Mondays/Wednesdays, April10-May 17 and Tuesdays/Thursdays, April 11-May 18.

BOTH SESSIONS ARE FULL. No more applications will be accepted.

Cartoon of pre-school kids on oversized ABC blocks with a link to preschool information.

Registration 2017-18.

Counselors and students will begin registration on Jan. 23 and conclude Feb. 16, 2017.

East Thunderbird logo

Blankets for Laramie County Kids.

2nd Annual Blanket Party
Saturday, January 21, 2017
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Cheyenne Evangelical Free Church
7006 N. College

Please bring a donation of a skein of yarn (no wool).

Blankets for Laramie County kids. Click for the flier.

East High Mannequin Challenge

The entire East High School student body participated in the Mannequin Challenge -- the results are pretty spectacular!  Click the link to the left and see for yourself!

State of the School 2016

Hosted by Student Body President Charlotte Hecht, Senior Class President Kenzie Spear, TBTV seniors Mac Rogers and Connor Sears with help from Mr. Travis Eldridge, the event highlighted the "achievements and accomplishments" of the students of East High School.

Suicide Awareness and Prevention Panel

Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016, 6-8 p.m. @ EHS Performance Hall
Sponsored by EHS DECA: for more information, call (307) 421-3334 or find information on Facebook at Cheyenne East High Students to End Suicide. Click here for the event flier.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline graphic and link.

Graphic of the Christmas Break tutoring schedule.

three-peat state champs!

Congrats to the Lady T-Birds Volleyball team!

Team photo of the state champion East High Lady T-Birds Volleyball team.

National Champions!

Frontier FFA Horse Judging team takes first place in Indianapolis.

Photo of the East Frontier FFA National 1st place Horse Judging team.

East High School's Frontier FFA Horse Judging team took first place at the FFA National Convention recently in Indianapolis. The team, advised by Joe Allen, included seniors Danette Vleim, Addysen Rosner, LCCC freshman Jean-Marie Hess, and senior Hanna Jankovsky.

Don't miss important deadlines!

Wow! This year is going fast and many important yearbook deadlines are approaching.  Visit the yearbook block below to make sure you don't miss out on ordering your yearbook, submitting photos, submitting your senior photo, or ordering a Senior/Baby ad..

Pictured at the left is the cover of the award-winning 2015-16 yearbook -- who knows what the staff is planning for 2016-17?!

You certainly don't want to miss out!

Check all the links below today!

Picture of the cover of the award-winning 2015-16 Fear the Bird yearbook cover.

PL874 Forms

PL874 forms will be distributed through 2A classes on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016. Parents, please complete and sign your child's form and have your child return it to his or her teacher by Friday, Nov. 4, 2016.  Thank you!

Parent-Teacher Conferences

Please join us for parent-teacher conferences Thursday, Oct. 27, from 3:30-7:30 p.m. in both gyms.

SENIORS:  Announcements, Cap & Gowns, Class Rings

Herff Jones representatives will be in the lobby  Wednesday, Oct. 26 from 7 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. to take your 2017 Custom Class Announcement, Cap & Gown & Class Rings orders. They will size your finger for your ring and help with your graduation order. You will need a down payment with your graduation order and, if ordering a class ring, you will need a separate down payment for that. Class Ring & Graduation information catalog packets can be picked up in the Spirit office from Mrs. Restivo. Look forward to seeing you!

Class of 2017 logo.

Be A Hero, Stand up to Bullying

Anti-Bullying March

October 22, 2016 @ 10 a.m.
Cheyenne Depot Plaza to Supreme Court

Safe School Ambassador’s anti-bullying march -- come support your favorite super-hero, your  Cheyenne Schools, and your community in stopping bullying in its tracks! Wear your favorite superhero gear!!!! Be someone’s hero!

Safe-school ambassadors anti bullying graphic

School Picture Retakes: Oct. 4

If you would like to have your school picture retaken, please bring your picture packet with you to the Performance Hall between 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Homecoming: 1920s NYC!

Black, White, and Red Carpet: Sept. 29-Oct. 8

Be sure to join in the Homecoming festivities from window painting to dress up days and evening events including Mr. T-Bird, Karaoke, Boys VB, Movie in Gym, the Homecoming Parade, Game and Dance.  Click here for the schedule of events.

Hometown Game

Theme Nights!

Ramp it up when attending the home football games -- find out the theme and come ready to support your TBirds!

Photo of fans at the East vs. Natrona "Beach/Hawaiian" football game.

East vs. Laramie

Oct. 7, 6 p.m.


East @ Central

Sept. 30, 6 p.m.


East vs. Kelly Walsh
Sept. 23, 7 p.m.

"Red, White, & Blue"

East vs. Sheridan
Sept. 16, 6 p.m.


East @ South
Sept. 9, 7 p.m.


East vs. Natrona

Sept. 2, 7 p.m.


Sam Mirich, Principal
Tom Kreider, Associate Principal
Fawn Bartlett, Assistant Principal
Tom Cress, Assistant Principal

Main Office: 307-771-2663

Echoes (A-G): 307-771-2670
Horizon (H-O): 307-771-2671
Spirit (P-Z): 307-771-2672
IB Office: 307-771-2330

Email: east@laramie1.org

Fax: 307-771-2679

2800 E. Pershing Blvd.
Cheyenne, WY 82001

Principal's Corner...Mr. Mirich

4 months ago

Photo of the school principal
Exterior photo of East High School



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Extended Day

Come to the TBird Academy, room 347, Monday-Thursday from 7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m and Saturdays from 9 - 11 a.m. if you need additional help in your classes, a quiet place to study, or you need to work on a computer.  There are certified instructors and student tutors available to assist you!

East Cares

Do you need food for lunch or for the weekend?  Do you need personal hygiene items?  If so, visit the Main Office and ask about the East Cares program.  We don't want anyone to go hungry or not have basic items that we can gladly provide.  There are also Friday Food Bags available through the offices for any student who needs one.

  • EHS Marching Band
    EHS Marching Band
    Cheyenne Frontier Days Parade 2016
  • Mariachi 307
    Mariachi 307
    East High is well represented in Mariachi 307.
  • National Honor Choir
    National Honor Choir
    Two East High students were selected for a prestigious national honor choir. In November they traveled to Grapevine, Texas, to participate in the 2016 All National Honor Choir. This annual event is sponsored by the National Association for Music Educators (NAfME). Students selected for this honor choir must have been selected for their All-State Honor choir and submit an outstanding audition video tape. This is a highly competitive process that began last April. Those students talented enough to be selected for this honor will join with other high school students from cross the nation for a once-in-a-lifetime musical experience.
  • Europe Trip 2015
  • FFA WEEK: Appreciation Breakfast
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