Welcome to El Molino High School
El Molino Activity Bus Begins Monday August 25, 2014. The bus will leave El Molino at 5:45 pm and will make stops in Guerneville and Monte Rio.Please contact the El Molino main office for additional information (707-824-6550).
Attendance Awareness Month
At the School board meeting on August 13th, the West Sonoma County Union High School District Board declared the month of September, Attendance Awareness
Month. Click here to read the resolution.
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We Are El Molino
We are the faces of the future. From over 60 square miles extending from Sebastopol to Fort Ross, from Santa Rosa to the Pacific Ocean we come together to learn, to share our dreams and make new friends.
curious, flexible, adaptive and smart. How
do we prepare this generation for success?
Help our students focus, analyze, define, evaluate, explain and solve problems.
Advanced AP Classes
Teach effective speaking, writing, reading, and technological skills vital to 21st Century communication.
Develop creative thinkers who possess curiosity and imagination to innovate in the workplace.
Foster collaboration skills, such as goal-setting, decision-making, and resolution of conflicts to achieve common goals.
September 30, 2014
Spirit Week October 6-10
September 30, 2014
El Molino football team beats their sad record from 2013 season
September 21, 2014
The El Molino football team has already matched its number of wins from last season, as the Lions turn their eyes to Sonoma County League play in the coming week. After finishing 2-8 overall in the 2013 season, El Molino is currently 2-2, and has no interest in pulling up, despite some key injuries. ORIGINAL ARTICLE HERE. The record is now 3-2.
September 26, 2014
The El Molino Interact Club
The El Molino Interact Club presented at the Russian River Rotary Meeting on Tuesday night sharing some of the community service activities they have conducted. It was an interactive meeting where Rotary members asked the students questions such as what there interests and concerns were. Students mentioned issues like the drought and having access to quality education. The students were well spoken and it was clear that they enjoyed their work with Interact helping their community!