Eastbrook Community School Corporation is an above average, public school district located in Marion, IN. It has 1,415 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 56% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
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Eastbrook Community School Corporation Reviews
I transferred when I was going into the 8th grade for my opportunities in football. Eastbrook has a great football program. My sophomore year I was the starting middle linebacker and back up rotating running back. We made it to the State Championship. Our Junior year we missed it by one game. Our Senior year, I was again the starting linebacker and starting running back, and we made it back to the State Championship. For the 5 years I played for Eastbrook we only lost 6 games and won 44! I broke the single season rushing record my season year with 1,988 yards. I have some great memories, and a brotherhood of teammates!
Eastbook is a great school with a wonderful community. I would love to see more classes offered but besides that, it is a wonderful school. The teachers are amazing!
Eastbrook is a very small school. Everyone knows everyone. The community is quite involved. You can expect the whole town to be at Friday night football. We have a lot of support around the school. Of course it is high school so their are going to be the usual cases of drama, but over all my experience at Eastbrook has been good. The sports teams give the sense of second families. Eastbrook's core revolves around sports and we tend to put a lot into each sport. The opportunities that are available at Eastbrook continue to grow. My high school experience at Eastbrook is everything I wanted it to be. I can honestly say I'll miss it.