Demonstrating mastery, curiosity, and perseverance.
Our curriculum and educational model encourages students to master the foundational concepts in core content areas, and provides a comprehensive electives program that features music, visual and performing arts, robotics, and others.
Building agency, historical perspective, and promoting justice and equity.
Whether it is cross-campus programs celebrating our students diversity and heritage, grade-level modules that are representative of our students’ identities, or our high school’s National History Day competitions or our seminal experiential learning opportunity, the Civil Rights Tour of the South, our students build the skills to lead in an ever-changing and globalized world.
Exhibiting kindness, social intelligence, and intercultural competence.
Our students strive to recognize their individualism and the important role they play as part of a diverse community. This is grounded in kindness, care, and building positive relationships.
A successful virtual learning program begins with closing the digital divide.
For the 2020-2021 school year, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, E.L. Haynes became a 1:1 school, providing a school issued device (either a chromebook or tablet) and a wifi hotspot if necessary. We launched Canvas, as our online learning platform, and host training opportunities for families to support their students’ online learning.