Eastern York School District is an above average, public school district located in Wrightsville, PA. It has 2,475 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 56% of students are at least proficient in math and 73% in reading.
120 S Third St
Wrightsville, PA 17368
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Eastern York School District Reviews
EYSD does a great job at including parents and encouraging parent involvement. The teachers (most) seem to go above and beyond for their students. What I would like to see changed is their organization. It is usually hard to find out information without calling the school, when you do call no one seems to know what your talking about. The counselors aren't very helpful. Hearing past issues from what my friends children went through, and my own experience, I feel like more can be done helping students with what they need to do in the application to college process . More funding so our schools can update and compete with the surrounding school districts. A more diverse set of classes to choose from so our children can keep up with the surrounding schools...I believe this will help our children look better to colleges. If we aren't keeping up with the surrounding schools those children will be accepted to the colleges over ours!
Don't care about students medical problems, racist towards minorities (big shocker)! The school makes it impossible to be absent as you get fined and haggled with academics because of absences. S.O to the 4 decent teachers at eastern high.
What you put in is what you get. If you take advantage of the few AP and honors courses available you will be challenged academically. Also, if you manage to get an independent study, you can increase the amount of courses available. However, what is offered generally is not much compared to many other schools. A vastly white school, if you are part of a minority group (particularly of Asian heritage), you could feel very isolated and face racist remarks. The same goes for members of the LGBTQ+ community. Although, the school is located in a predominantly white, Christian conservative rural community, so the majority of the small population is very similar. However, I was able to make great bonds with a couple of teachers and the guidance councilors are absolutely amazing.