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Glen Dale Center News

Students of the Month Students of the Month, May

What a beautiful group of young ladies. These students are hard-working, kind, and talented in many ways.  Congratulations to you all.

Silver Status US News

US News has named Elizabethtown High School as a Silver category, Best High Schools for 2018.

Less than 30% of the schools earned the right to display a badge and to be called Best High Schools. U.S. News badges are widely recognized as symbols of excellence in education. Data on enrollment, student ethnicity, location, school type, and results of state assessments and Advanced Placement tests are reviewed in determination of Best High Schools.

EIS Tradition of Excellence Alumni Award Nominations

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2018 Tradition of Excellence Alumni Award.  

2016/2017 School Report Card for GDC!

Click here to view the 2016/2017 GDC School Report Card presenting detailed information on demographics, test performance, accountabiity, teacher qualifications, student safety, parent involvement, and more. 

2017/2018 Amended Calendar (board approved 04/16/2018)
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About Us

The Glen Dale Center, located at 1030 Commerce Drive, is a residential facility providing services for teenage girls, ages 12 – 18. This facility is run by Sunrise Children's Services with educational services provided by the Elizabethtown School District. The Glen Dale Center serves up to 20 girls, many of whom have experienced placement disruption, school problems, family problems, neglect, or abuse. Residents receive opportunities to build self-esteem, confidence, and learn the skills to overcome the past. Educational services are provided by three dedicated and caring staff members of the Elizabethtown School District, Helen Wheatley, Paula Crabtree, and Cheryl Morris.