Eureka High School (Illinois)
Eureka High School (commonly called Eureka High or EHS) is a public secondary school in Eureka, Illinois, United States. The school is part of Eureka Community Unit District 140, with admission based primarily on the locations of students' homes. Communities supported include Eureka, Goodfield, Secor, and Congerville. Serving students in grades ninth grade–twelfth grade, it is a small high school with a student base of 504 students. The school is a member of the Heart of Illinois Conference and competes under the name Hornets.
|Eureka High School|
200 West Cruger Avenue
|Type||Public secondary school|
|School district||Eureka Community Unit District 140|
|Athletics conference||Heart of Illinois Conference|
Awards and Distinctions
21 Illinois State Scholars
2014 Nationally Ranked High School by US News
IHSA State Trophies in
- Scholastic Bowl, Boys & Girls Cross Country, Volleyball, Girls Track, Baseball, Boys & Girls Track, Basketball
- Dan McCoy (born 1978), comedian and television writer, is a 1996 graduate of Eureka High School
- Andy Studebaker (born 1985; class of 2004) — NFL linebacker for the Indianapolis Colts, is a 2004 graduate of Eureka High School
- Ben Zobrist (born 1981; class of 2001) — All-Star Major League Baseball was raised near Eureka
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- Grathoff, Pete (2016-07-28). "Ten things you didn't know about new Royal Ben Zobrist". The Kansas City Star (online ed.). The McClatchy Company. Retrieved 2018-03-10.
- Topkin, Marc (July 13, 2009). "Tampa Bay Rays' Ben Zobrist has taken a surprising path to today's All-Star game". Tampa Bay Times. Archived from the original on 2014-07-29.
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