Eustis High School Develops an Evening Program

Published on October 06, 2022

EHS Evening Program Showing computers lined up on a desk

The following information was provided by Eustis High School.

To promote student academic achievement and address the behavioral and mental health needs of students, the Administrative Team of Eustis High School has developed the Evening Program. The program's purpose is to provide opportunities for under-credited students to "catch up" on missing courses and recover learning lost in Reading & Core Academics due to COVID-19. While enrolled in the Evening Program, staff members will focus on providing each student with:

  • Targeted Behavior Interventions and Mental Health Support
  • Academic Intervention, Credit Recovery, and Test Preparation
  • Individual and small group instructions in Reading and Core Academics

The Evening Program at Eustis High School will begin Wednesday, October 12 from 3:00 p.m. and end at 8:00 p.m. There after, it will run Monday to Thursday. Students attending the evening program will not attend school during the regular day. However, Evening Program students must adhere to the Lake County Schools Code of Student Conduct.

For more information, call or email Principal Tracy Clark at (352)357-4147 or

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