District Profile

 

Welcome to Eastwood Locals Schools, home of the Eagles.

 

The Eastwood Local School District was founded in 1958 through the consolidation of Luckey, North Troy Twp., Pemberville, Webster Twp., and the Union Local School District.

Over the course of the last 50 years, the district has produced outstanding well rounded students who have gone on to be successful in the careers of their choice. High School students are served in Eastwood High School, and students in grades 5-8 attend Eastwood Middle School. Both buildings in addition to the Board Office and Bus Garage are on the districts central campus. Kindergarten-4th grade students attend either Pemberville or Luckey Elementary Schools. Our preschool students are served in the Webster Building.

Eastwood Local Schools has earned an Excellent or Excellent with Distinction rating since 2007. Overall, the district's Performance Index ranks with the best in Northwest Ohio, and the district performance exceeds its similar district grouping as assigned by the Ohio Department of Education.

Students at Eastwood have access to a strong preparatory curriculum that enables them to move to life after high school. Eastwood High School students enjoy numerous math and science courses that qualify for dual credit through a partnership with the University of Findlay. Students also access to Post-Secondary Options classes through Bowling Green State University and Owens Community College. Finally, Eastwood students have the chance to attend Penta Career Center which is one of the most state of the art Joint Vocational Schools in Ohio.

Students in grades 8-12 receive district purchased laptops. This 1:1 program is an essential component in the district's efforts to prepare students for their future.  Technology enhanced instruction at Eastwood begins in Kindergarten with iPads in K-4 classrooms and laptop carts in grades 5-7.  Technology is used in all of our classrooms to foster digital citizenship, diversify instruction and personalize learning for our students.