Principal's Message

Welcome To Edgewater High School!
"The Pride of College Park and Orlando"

Principal Kreider

Eagles! We finished a very busy week with academic meetings, a credit recovery blitz day, another successful Poppin’ conference event, and a pep rally. Also, a slew of great sporting events, including a Girls' volleyball tournament, Freshman and JV football, boys and girls cross country, and our Varsity football team bringing home the W on Friday night against Apopka. Eagles are full speed ahead on the year and not looking behind us as we reach new academic, athletic, and social heights.  


This week, now that midterm progress reports and conferences have taken place, I will resume weekly academic phone notifications to inform you of academic struggles and successes (new!). Please take time to meet once a week with your child(ren) to review academic progress and attendance in Skyward and Canvas. Skyward is the official attendance and grade book of record and Canvas is the learning management system that houses assignments and coursework.  


We have a block schedule this week to accommodate our PMA and STAR testing schedule. In addition, on Wednesday, our 9th and 11th grade students will receive a lesson in CPR during our World Heart Day event.  


Saturday, as I watched our cross country team race, I reflected on something I had not really thought about since watching my brothers run high school cross country years ago. Long distance running is very much about competition with others, but also with self. Students coming across the finish line in pairs or groups began to sprint to outrun their peers to the end. I expected to see that, but what caught my attention was students doing the same behavior with no one else nearby. What a powerful analogy for life! Push yourself if for no other reason than to be better at something than you were yesterday.


Four of our Lady Eagle cross country athletes competing this past Saturday:

Johanna Pineiro and Jocelyn Freeman

Sascha Wright and Elizabeth Notaro

Have a great week ahead and please remember to visit for the latest news on the storm and any possible affect upon school operations. Thank you.







Heather Kreider








EHS Motto:
Every Learner ■ Every Day ■ Every Way ■ To an A!

EHS & OCPS Vision:
To ensure every student has a promising and successful future

EHS & OCPS Mission:
With the support of families and the community, we create enriching and diverse pathways to lead our students to success  


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