Eagle High School is a four-year public secondary school in Eagle, Idaho, a suburb northwest of Boise. EHS opened in August 1995, the third of five traditional high schools in the West Ada School District. The school colors are hunter green and silver, and its mascot is a mustang. Eagle's enrollment in 2012 is approximately 1,500.Awards & amp; AccomplishmentsIn 2006 the Eagle High School Broadcasting program, overseen by Jim Seaney and ran by Nigel Goodwin, won a national high school division emmy for public service announcements they did on Teen Dating Violence.In 1996, Eagle High School choirs began to populate the school's trophy cabinet under the direction of R. John Hamilton. Notable achievements that year include the Sweepstakes (all-division) award for the varsity women's jazz choir and a first place division award for the varsity jazz choir at the historic Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival at the University of Idaho, Moscow.Starting in 2003, with the hiring of Seth McMullen (former Idaho ACDA president) as choral director, the Eagle High School choral union has become a powerhouse and received awards and commendations for excellence at local and regional choral festivals, including invitations to perform at the Idaho Music Educator Association's 2004 state conference, and the 2008 ACDA NW Conference in Vancouver, BC.Under the direction of Deeann Orchard, starting in 2005, the Eagle High School Orchestra has experienced many accomplishments, including many notable trips. First of which was their trip to Anaheim, California in the 2010, in which the orchestra got first place under their division at Heritage Festival after performing at Fullerton College. After their performance they were allowed to apply to visit and perform at Carnegie Hall, as part of the 2011 National Invitational Bands & Orchestra Festival. Eagle was one of the 17 high schools allowed to go and play at Carnegie hall out of the 500 that applied. Finally in 2012, the Eagle High School Orchestra competed at the Heritage Festival in Anaheim, California, and won first place along with other awards.