Eastern High School is a public school located in Reedsville, OH. It has 242 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 27% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
Eastern High School Rankings
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- C+10 Students
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Health & Safety
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Eastern High School Reviews
The experience at Eastern so far is great. It's a small school compared to others, but that's why I like it. I've been going since kindergarten and have been able to be friends with everyone in my grade. Were like a big family because we've known one another ever since we started going to school.
Eastern High School is a small school in a rural county. Even though our size is small, our teachers and faculty do everything they can to make sure our experience matches that of a high school student from a larger school. One thing that I would like to see change is help for the seniors. The seniors need a lot more help with things such as applying to college, applying for financial aid, and they most definitely need to know their GPA and ranking for the scholarships they are applying for.
The guidance counselor promises that she will see to everyone throughout the schoolyear if they are confused about college, and we are all on a list. School starts in two days and nothing happened last year. I would go to her office and she would be on break, eating lunch with a student (socialising and gossiping, not educational), or having the principal's daughter, her niece, in the room to help out while she should've been in class. The technology is okay, but no programs for digital arts or computer sciences and no programs on the computer available for those students who don't have access to them at home. Facilities are up to par with McDonald's bathrooms and the like. I have no clue about parent involvement, as I've neevr seen any of the programs they have started or any events on behalf of parent involvement. Busing is pretty good, as far as my friends say. The school building needs some serious upgrades. The elementary/middle school connected to the high school is brand new, while we deal with faulty chemistry lab ventilation and bipolar room heating.