The mission of the El Dorado Springs R-II School District is to provide an appropriate, comprehensive, quality education for all students, while emphasizing character development and the acquisition of skills necessary for full participation in a changing society. We affirm that meaningful learning is a lifelong process involving home, school, and community.
El Dorado Springs High School students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of extra curricular activities: boys and girls sports (volleyball, football, basketball, track, and baseball, softball, and golf), choral music, band, and academic bowl team. The volleyball team won state in 2005. Students also have various clubs to choose from including DECA, FBLA, Camera Club, Art, Science, Math, FHA, Quill, Tri-M, TSA, NHS, Foreign Language, SADD, Library, FTA, Drama, Letterman's, Forum, FFA, and Weights.
El Dorado Springs students have given back to the community through various service projects. Some include: several hurricane relief fund raising projects, raised money for students who lost homes to fire, delivers meals on wheels, collected coats, hats, and mittens for needy children, canned food drives, Christmas baskets, contributed to adopted town, Gautier, Mississippi.
The primary objective and purpose of El Dorado Christian School is to train the student in the knowledge of God, the Christian way of life, love of country, and to give the student an excellent academic education. It is our purpose that each student will master the academic material appropriate to his grade level, will be an exceptional reader will develop selfcodidence, self-esteem, and study habits that will serve as a foundation for further academic and life achievements. The administration and faculty of El Dorado Christian School realize the solemn responsibility before God in molding the life and character of children, and will demonstrate a caring concern for each child entrusted to them. El Dorado Christian School operates not for profit. The El Dorado Christian School does not emphasize any specific doctrine.