Our mission is to educate all students to become lifelong learners and productive members of society.
East Beauregard High School began instruction of students in September 1962. Dry Creek and Sugartown schools were consolidated to form East Beauregard. The school then divided into East Beauregard Elementary (Pre-K to 5) and East Beauregard High (6-12) in 2001. The enrollment of the school has almost doubled with an enrollment of approximately 429 students (6-12).
We believe the school exists for the benefit of both the individual and our society. Since the school serves as preparation for active citizenship in America, it is a democratic institution. It is the duty of the school to provide, to the best of its ability, for the total development of the individual. In order to meet the needs of both society and individuals, the curriculum provides vocational, social, recreational, ethical, group and intellectual experiences and skills. Mastery of each level of skills must be proven before the student progresses to the next level.