App: EHS Mobile Lite
App Launch: September, 2010
Platforms: Android, iPhone
School: Elder High School
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

EHS Mobile for iPhone & Android

Cincinnati Elder High School's Mobile App.

Our first mobile app was released for Elder High School in September of 2010. Powered by their athletics website and the Prep Connect Mobile Manager, EHS Mobile Lite complemented the full version that was the first high school sports app to feature live video broadcasting. EHS Mobile Lite offers a subset of the features of the full version for both iPhone and Android.

App Description

EHS Mobile Lite provides iPhone owners an interface that gives them immediate mobile access to essential information from, the official athletic web site of Elder High School athletics. Fans no longer have to wait until they have access to a computer to keep up with their favorite Elder sport. Now they can take EHSports to places it’s never been before!

EHS Mobile includes the following features:

    Most recent photos from’s team of photographers are accessible in a convenient format for the mobile device.
    Most recent on-demand video clips, streaming directly from YouTube within the application.
    Latest schedules and results for active teams including the date, time, location and opponent.
    One tap access to the Twitter feed.
    One tap access to the Elder Panthers facebook feed.

In The News

Elder High School fans are dialed in - Business Courier
Having already conquered the Internet, the Elder High School athletics program is now targeting the world of mobile phones....

Elder to release iPhone app for streaming football - WCPO TV
If you bleed purple, we have the iPhone application for you...

Elder’s EHS Mobile - The Cincinnati Enquirer
With the start of the 2010-11 athletic season, Elder High School will unveil EHS Mobile Sports, the official iPhone application of the Elder Panthers...

Elder High School to release sports iPhone app - The Catholic Telegraph
Elder High School has been a first for many technology breakthroughs in the high school arena. Notes principal Tom Otten....