Driver Education 2024

Eastern High School Driver Education registration begins today. To be eligible to enroll in Driver Education, a student must be 15 years old by May 31, 2024. If you are interested in participating in Eastern’s Drivers Ed this summer, pick up a registration form at the High School office and return the application to the high school main office by March 22, 2024.

Driver Ed Form 2024.pdf

Now Accepting Transfer Applications

NOW ACCEPTING OUT OF DISTRICT TRANSFER APPLICATIONS for the 2024-2025 School Year

It is time to submit your application…spots are filling up much faster than anticipated.

  • We are accepting applications for all grade levels.
  • FREE KINDERGARTEN WITH ZERO FEES!
  • Corporation Grade A on the State’s report card.
  • US News & World Report – Eastern Jr/Sr. High School – #1 in Kokomo Indiana Area High Schools – #27 in the State of Indiana.
  • 96 percent graduation rate!
  • High achieving and believing that every child can have success.
  • BE A COMET

You can access the online application at this link.

Kindergarten Round-Up

Eastern Elementary School Kindergarten Round-Up Parent Night!

If you have a child that will be 5 years old by August 1, 2024, and you are interested in Kindergarten at Eastern Elementary School, please click on this link to provide Kindergarten Round Up information.

There are two nights for Kindergarten Round-Up.

  • The Parent Info Night event is March 6, 2024, at 6. p.m. in the cafeteria.
  • The Kindergartener Fun Night is March 20, 2024, from 6-7:30 p.m. at the elementary school.

More info on these two nights will be emailed to you from the info you have provided on the above form.  

If you live outside of the Eastern Howard School Corporation district, you will need to complete a Transfer Request Form as well.

If you have any questions about this event or Kindergarten at Eastern, please call Eastern Elementary Office – 765-628-7866.

Thank you!

Eastern Annual Performance Report

Indiana has released corporation and school annual performance reports. Eastern is proud to provide the corporation and school report below.

Athletic Swag?

Looking for some custom Comet gear? Well, you’re in luck. Eastern has partnered with MyLocker to bring you custom Comet gear. Best of all, part of the proceeds from every purchase returns to the athletics program to help fund student achievement. If you would like to customize your own gear check out the link belowCometGear.

MyLockerCustomDesigns

Does Your Business Need Promoting?

Want to help out the athletic department and promote your business?

Eastern is always looking for ways to partner with local businesses. If you are interested in promoting your business and your involvement in the schools then please submit an inquiry to Erik Hisner, our athletic director.

erik.hisner@eastern.k12.in.us

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Julie Woodall, Athletic Secretary
julie.woodall@eastern.k12.in.us
765.628.5004

Why You Should Choose Eastern

Why Should You Choose Eastern?

Eastern Howard School Corporation has a rather catchy tagline.

A Tradition Of Excellence. A Vision For Tomorrow.

You will not go to any other school in central Indiana and see this in such evidence as you do when you observe the culture and people around Eastern Howard. While the school system emphasizes traditional values and maintains a longstanding tradition of excellence, it constantly reevaluates itself to fit into the evolving world. Tradition in this institution blends with cutting edge technology and an eye toward the industries of tomorrow. Investing yourself in Eastern is investing yourself in a community. Don’t just take it from us though. Have a look at the video below to see exactly what parents and students see in Eastern Howard. We know once you do, you will understand why everyone wants to be a Comet.

Initiated by EHS band alums to honor Chuck and Joann Whorwell, this fund is committed to enhancing a culture of fine musicianship at Eastern High School.  Its goal is to make instruments more available and affordable and to provide for special clinics and instruction.  In 2016 grant funds were used to purchase two trumpets, and in 2017 nearly $1,000 was granted to purchase two flutes and one clarinet.

As of August 2017 the fund total was $30,100.  Continued donations to this fund will make even larger grants possible year after year.