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100 Elm Street


(617) 394-2490


(617) 389-5841



Mr. Christopher Barrett

Vice Principal

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Hispanic Honor Society

Hispanic Honor Society

Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica (also known as the Hispanic Honor Society), sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, was formally organized in 1953. The purpose of this society is to recognize high academic achievement in the study of Spanish and to promote an interest in academic studies. There are more than 2,000 chapters across the United States …

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National Italian Honor Society

2019 National Italian Honor Society

The Societa Onoraria Italica, the National Italian Honor Society for high school students, is sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Italian. The purpose of this program is to give recognition to achievements in Italian as well as to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of Italian culture and civilization. “If you talk to a man in a language …

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National Latin Honor Society

National Latin Honor Society Members

The National Latin Honor Society was founded almost three decades ago as a part of the National Junior Classical League, which includes 50,000 members in approximately 1,200 chapters, located in almost every state and several foreign countries. This is the first year Everett High students have been members of the NJCL and the Honor Society. Our officers advocated for the …

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METG Semifinals

With Two Wings Cast and Crew

Saturday, March 16 The Everett High School Theatre Company will compete in the semifinals of the Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild Drama Festival semifinals on Saturday, March 16 at Framingham High School. The EHS students are scheduled to perform With Two Wings at 2:30 p.m. With Two Wings cast: Marck-Hens Jules as Lyf, Naeela Bond as Mom, Raul Vargas as Dad, …

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Theatre Company Shines!

EHS Students Perform "With Two Wings"

EHS Students Win Honors at Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild Drama Festival Congratulations to the Everett High School Theatre Company for its performance at last weekend’s Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild Drama Festival. In addition to securing a place in the competition’s semifinal round, the company won the following awards following its performance of the one-act play, “With Two Wings,” in the …

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Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards

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Everett High’s Scholastic Art Award winners are pictured with teachers Amanda Gil, Annette LeRay, and Katherine McKie. Several Everett High School students were recognized with 2019 Boston Globe Scholastic Art awards for their work in a variety of mediums. They are: SILVER KEY Gillian Avelar (Grade 11) — Painting, “Seven Sorrows” Teacher: Annette LeRayVicki Do (12) — Photography, “Fixed” Teacher: …

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EHS Science Fair Judges

Exelon Generation/Everett LNG Facility Sponsors 2019 EHS Science Fair Exelon Generation, Everett LNG Facility employees, from left: Archie Gleason, Bob Montanile, Mourad Manjikian, Jonathan Bernblum, Carol Churchill, Christopher Carr, Mark Rodgers, Michael Brown, and Ying Ng. Exelon Northeast General Manager Archie Gleason talks to an EHS student during this year’s Science Fair. The trifold boards that every student uses to present …

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