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Eureka High Welcomes New Students During Freshman Orientation

Two Eureka High students smile outside Freshman OrientatonCheers filled the air outside Eureka High on the morning of Aug. 18, as students in the school's E! Crew lined up by the front entrance and welcomed their newest classmates to the school for Freshman Orientation!

After this warm welcome, the incoming Eureka High freshmen had a chance to tour their new school, meet staff members and fellow students, get their school photos taken and more.

Officers from the Eureka Police Department also helped welcome our students and brought donuts to Freshman Orientation. Thank you to the EPD and all of our community first responder partners for helping us maintain safe, welcoming schools.

Welcome, Class of 2026! Check out some pictures and a video of the festivities below.

A Eureka High student welcomes a freshman to orientation A Eureka High student high-fives a freshman at orientation Eureka Police Department officers hand out donuts at freshman orientation Eureka High students cheer and welcome a new student to freshman orientation A Eureka High student directs traffic at freshman orientation