The ETHS Educational Foundation is pleased to announce that Michael B. Arrington, class of 1961, pledged a gift of $330,000 to transform the outdated ETHS weight room into the Michael B. Arrington Wellness & Performance Center. “I’m honored to provide this gift to my alma mater,” remarked Mr. Arrington. "[The new facility] allows ETHS athletes, as well as the entire student body, an opportunity to achieve optimum results for peak performance.”

“As I reflect on my high school years, I realize I had an extraordinary experience. Back in the 60s, we didn't have today's technology, but we had challenging, engaging teachers...To this day, I still reference what [one of my favorite teachers] taught us about the writing process. I support ETHS not only because of my own high school experience, but because I want current and future students to enjoy the benefits that crucial educational and technological advancements bring. I'm a proud graduate and I want to 'pay it forward' to continue the legacy of this outstanding school. ”

– Cinda Axley, Class of 1962 and Boltwood (Bequest) Society member

“ETHS is a very deserving schoolthat not only benefits the local community but the world overall. It is an honor to make a donation to support ETHS’ proud legacy ”
– Dedicated supporter Terry Bowie, Class of 1969 and 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award Winner

Leonard Schaeffer, class of 1963 has pledged a gift of $1.2M in support of a new Chem/Phys science center at ETHS. According to Mr. Schaeffer, “The people I met and the education I received at ETHS led to opportunities that changed my life.  The new classrooms and research lab should help provide similar experiences for current ETHS students.”

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