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Marietta, GA
Students enrolled: 1,476
 

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380 Holt Rd NE
Marietta, GA 30068

(770) 578-2740
(770) 578-2742
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January 11, 2015
Target classes are great. other classes are not that good. Yes, there is bullying in the gym. and may be in the other classes.

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2014
While others have posted that ECMS is awful, each child is different and each family has a different take on the school. Don't be worried about sending your child to ECMS if they already have good grades, have respect for others, and have a positive influence on others. Middle school is a tough time with kid's hormones, bullying and drama. I haven't heard of a school that doesn't deal with those issues, but I will say that if you have a confident, smart child, there are opportunities for that child to succeed and do well. This also takes involvement on the part of the parents, which they need more of (the only reason I rated that low). No sitting back and expecting the school to do everything for your child and expecting the small number of dedicated volunteers to do it all. Remember, they are one of 1,300. The volunteers, teachers, and staff at ECMS do a great job in spite of the challenges of such a diverse population. The building and facilities are poor, but it's slated to be replaced within the next few years. Currently have one child in 7th and will have one going into 6th next year.

- submitted by a parent
January 13, 2014
ECMS is an awful school. With the exception of one of my child's teachers, the teaching stuff they learned in 4th grade. My child has been bullied by several students and yet the staff there don't do anything about the issues at hand. They seem to think its ok to have bullying in the school... I was told "My child has to physically come to them and state they are being bullied in order for them to do anything". Thats obsurd! When a parent tells you this is what is being seen at home and your child doesn't want to go to school.,.,. this is a CLEAR sign!!!!! The sign "NO BULLY ZONE" or "NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND" are false advertising. They don't care and their rating on this site proves it!!!!! The administrative staff should care not only about the paycheck they get but really whats more important.... the child who gets money stolen from them, or personal belongings taken away and the child has to chase the bully around the room to get the item back. And what is that the teacher is doing to stop this!?! Nothing. The teacher sits down and ignores the student being bullied. What parent doesn't see this as a case of bullying....

- submitted by a parent
January 04, 2014
ECM is a great school and my son is doing well there. My daughter also attended ECM and exceeded. I have one more child that will attend ECM and I am looking forward to it. Thanks

- submitted by a parent
December 22, 2013
i want to ECMS and i absolutely loved it. Sure there were some fights and bullies, but every school has them. I had a great experience, loved almost all of my teachers, and learned a ton. I am now in a Magnet program and East Cobb more than prepared me for the courses. The teachers are really good at helping you, all you have to do is ask. Overall East Cobb was a great experience for me and definitely will help me in the real world.

- submitted by a community member
December 10, 2013
I was under the impression that this was a great school for my child to attend. I am not under that impression anymore. We all talk about kids being bullies, but you have to keep your eyes open now and watch out for the teachers. Some teachers are bullies as well as also manipulators. Bring something to their attention they are quick to say that the students who witness or say anything about what happened is a problem child. Me as a parent feel that no teacher or administrator should criticize or down talk about a child to another parent. I feel that if more students didn't feel that they would be treated different if they told on a teacher that may be talking to them any kind of way, I believe a lot of light would be shed on these teachers. Some teachers need to learn to listen to students as well and not just go off of what someone say. And if you're gonna talk about another student to others make sure its not so everyone can hear you or if I'm an outsider I shouldn't hear how bad you just talked about someones child.

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2013
East Cobb Middle School has been a great place for my kids. I have one who is now in the Wheeler magnet and one who is currently attending. Advanced content classes are great. Parents on ptsa and foundation are involved. Connection classes provide a wealth of opportunities. Next splost is set to build a new school. If you know, you go!

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2013
We have had a very positive experience! Great kids and teachers! The parents on the PTSA and Foundation are awesome!!

- submitted by a parent
April 16, 2013
Okay, let me just say that if you go there, you won't learn. The teachers are really bland. My mom took me out of this school because I couldn't learn. If you're in AC classes, you're good. If you aren't, good luck. There would always be multiple fights a day in the girls locker room and lots of verbal abuse.

- submitted by a community member
March 21, 2013
I was quite nervous about my son going to ECMS, all the reviews scared me! Now with almost a full year behind us I am honestly very happy. He is playing violin AND lacrosse, he's in all AC classes, getting straight A's and learning about the real world. I am very pleased with the high academic schedule and the opportunity for him to grow and mature. If you're in the ECMS district, don't be afraid, you'll be pleasantly surprised as well.

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2013
My children played in orchestra, had teachers who cared very much about their education and made lots of new friends. It was a wonderful experience for our whole family.

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2013
We have 2 of our daughters at ECMS and we love the school, the PTSA and Foundation. Love the teachers and staff.

- submitted by a parent
March 20, 2013
Time for middle school! Oh no, where should we send our child? What a fabulous decision we made .not to mention a huge savings by not going the private route. We gave ECMS a chance and the last 3 years have been tremendous. The quality of the teaching has been superb and leadership has proven to be exceptional. The diversity of the children as well as the curriculum offered have made this a wonderful experience. We clearly made the right choice and look forward to Wheeler High School next year. I realize now that the only people who have bad things to say about ECMS are those who have never sent their children there. What a shame and a waste of a fabulous opportunity.

- submitted by a parent
February 25, 2013
Sent my daughter to ECMS and she is now at Wheeler in the Magnet program. While at ECMS she formed great friends, learned to play the oboe, created a team and competed and won several awards in the National Future City competition. learned video production through ECMS ECTV, helped start the drama club, etc, etc. She and her friends now at Wheeler had a great time at ECMS and were prepared for high school. My son is now in 6th grade at ECMS - very different experience because he is a much quieter kid. He is getting fantastic grades, is learning the oboe and loves it, has made friends and is having very positive feedback from his teachers. He is having a great experience. ECMS has the #1 middle school PTSA in the state of Georgia currently headed by the Cobb County School District Volunteer of the Year. I always feel welcome by the staff, teachers, and administration. There are plenty of opportunities to volunteer at every level - classroom to school wide. Communications is open and teachers respond quickly to questions or concerns.

- submitted by a parent
December 15, 2012
My son attends 7th grade at ECMS and is completely miserable here. He's been bullied constantly and assaulted multiple times. He's afraid to even ride the school bus because of how out of control some of the children are. My son has gone so far as to go into the principles office on his own and tell who was bullying him, the kids were spoken to and told to go back to class. two weeks later one of the boys hit my son in the face, and proceeded to hit him, he fought back and was suspended from school for 4 days... he was defending himself, and received the same punishment as the student who attacked him. This is just 1 of about 4 four incidences. This school claims to have a ZERO TOLERANCE for both BULLYING and FIGHTING , yet they only enforce one of the two. Ive been up to this school more times than I can count and frankly I'm tired... Ive contacted the superintendent and am looking into another school. I can no longer watch my child suffer here.

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2012
The school is horrible . It has a dress code where kids only have to wear collared shirts, there are so much rules. The school is filled with drama. The kids bully other kids, especially cyber bullying. DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILD THERE IF YOU WANT SAFETY FOR HIM/HER/THEM.

- submitted by a community member
August 10, 2012
My son has attended this school for the last two years (6th & 7th Grades). He has been taking all Advanced Classes. This will be his last year there as next year he will be starting High School. While I cannot speak to their regular classed. I can say that they have a very good advanced class program. I have never had any problems getting in touch with any of his teachers. I have only had one problem with a teacher that was very slow in updating Pinnacle with my son's grades and that was two years ago. Lastly I can say that my son has enjoyed his time while attending this school so far and likes his classmates. Me and my son are very close, I believe that if he had any problems with this school he would tell me. The work has not always been easy, but the grades have always been fair and with hard work my son has been able to maintain a straight A average.

- submitted by a parent
August 07, 2012
My daughter attended this school during her 7th grade year and for part of her 8th grade year. This school is horrible. The kids are out of control and the administration is not responsive to any of the issues. I would stay away from from schools with a high percentage of economically disadvantaged students, because the administration at such schools never seem to care about the welfare of the students.

- submitted by a parent
July 09, 2012
Can someone please provide some current 2011-2012 school year info. I am moving from Michigan to Marietta and have a choice between ECMS & Marietta Middle. Can u guys give me some factors to help me make the choice please. They both received a 5 score from Great Schools.

- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2011
My daughter just finished the 6th grade advanced content classes and she had a wonderful year! The teachers are really involved with the students and making sure they have a good grasp of the materials. Every teacher has an email address and my daughter used them often for any questions that came up during homework time. She is very excited about 7th grade and I am excited for her! Also, there are lots of extracurricular activities available and plenty of opportunities for parents to be involved with the school!

- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2011
My daughter is also in advanced content classes. She has been at East Cobb for both 6th and 7th grade. She loves it and is happier with this group of students, teachers, administrators, and staff than at any other school she is ever attended and it is middle school!!!

- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2011
The school is not the same as it was 10 or even 5 years ago needs new administration if you have other options do not send your kid there.

- submitted by a parent
December 29, 2010
There's plenty to do in this area... You must have your own transportation which is very important in any southern state. There's a boys and girls club in the area, YMCA, & plenty of malls (lol)....Do your research and you will see... :)

- submitted by a parent
November 24, 2010
Not sure if this the place I need to ask this question. I have a daughterer age; 13 that is in the 9th grade. We are relocating from the Washington DC area. We will arrive on Jan 3, 2011 she is very nervous that no one will like her and she will not have friends or nothing to do. Is there things for youth to do in this area, she also cheer and love softball. Any help at all with this will be appreciated. WE are moving the Westminister Square Apartments.

- submitted by a parent
November 21, 2010
I have never seen a happier bunch of middle school kids. They just love it here. The building is not fancy, the kids are all so different from one another -- race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status -- but they get along great. The teachers seem to love it here, too, and are dedicated to helping all kids do their best. They are very good at noticing when a kid needs an extra challenge or extra help.Plus, ECMS has a STEM program that is widely recognized as a leader statewide.

- submitted by a parent
November 18, 2010
I went to ECMS and loved it. I am still very close friends with all of the girls I hung out with at ECMS and Wheeler. Our children play together and will be attending ECMS in the future. I think East Cobb gets a bad rap because of one or two opinionated people who made their experience a negative one. I received a wonderful education at ECMS and I'm proud to live in the district again!

- submitted by a community member
October 09, 2010
Great kids...great staff...and a growing parent support group!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 09, 2010
ECMS has a diverse student body, excellent and enthusiastic teachers and staff, and a very active non-profit foundation (ECMS Foundation) that sponsors Challenge Day for the entire 7th grade class every year. My child was active in the Robotics program and Odyssey of the Mind competitions. ECMS is also very active in Science Olympiad, and is a local pioneer in the integrated Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) curriculum.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 11, 2010
My son loves this school and it is so great communication wise. The 'connection' classes are wonderful.

- submitted by a parent
April 07, 2010
I dont like this school teachers are very mean and dont care what we do instead of helping they scream at us......how can we learn if they're so mean...cant wait to move schools!!!!

- submitted by a student
April 01, 2010
Very recently parents received letters that there was an altercation between two students that had prompted one of the child's parent to confront the administration in person, and that resulted in a physical altercation between the parent and two administrators. I also have observed that there is a serious safety/biohazard issue within this school. The passageways appear very clean, however, there are adjacent buildings that have had roof leaks onto old carpeting which has created mold and a strong mildew odor, particularly in the covered play area where children are exposed on a daily basis. I would like the state inspector to stop in. I miss Principal Chiprony. The Tuesday media message phone updates from the current principal sounds nonchalantly forced and monotone. I cannot imagine what comes across the PA system daily.

- submitted by a parent
February 09, 2010
I am a 6th grader at East Cobb and really like it here. When it was my first day, I was really scared about what was going to happen or if I would even make a friend. The people here are very nice and it was very easy to make friends.The teachers are also very nice and helpful. :)

- submitted by a student
January 10, 2010
i was there but i moved but school is the best in the district

- submitted by a community member
October 10, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
September 21, 2009
I'm a seventh grade student here and I hate it. I went from Sedalia Park, an amazing school, to this. I'm an ac student and crossing hall ways I feel scared. The teachers are terrible at teaching and we never learn anything that's on the CRCT. Don't send your kid here.

- submitted by a student
September 15, 2009
I kinda like this school. I just finished 6th grade and it was alright. Although, there was violence and profanity. Otherwise, it is fine.

- submitted by a student
July 29, 2009
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February 24, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating February 23, 2009
its a good school and i learned in math class about ratios.i learned in social studies about the government. i learned in science about aliens babies that was fun and we had got to touch them to. well that is all i could remember.

- submitted by a student
no rating September 17, 2008
I had the choice between Dickerson Middle School and East Cobb Middle School. I choose East Cobb because the staff is caring, David Chiprany has turned the school around 180 degrees. It is no longer a place to fear, it is a place for children to grow and thrive. He has truly been a blessing for ECMS!

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 16, 2008
I love the respect and attention the faculty give the parents at ECMS. My daughter successfully completed sixth grade and is now in the 7th grade and definitely wants to graduate from this middle school. Because of an excellent SS teacher named Ms. Braziel my daughter loves Social Studies and made it into advanced SS. This school has a yearly objective to make AYP and close the gap on illiteracy. David Chiprany is a great leader and community person, very accessible, approachable. The environment is peaceful, and the facility is clean. I posted this review because I never wanted my daughter to attend this school because I was new to Georgia from Florida in 2006 and had heard many terrible things. I was unable to move therefore my child had to remain in district. This school is an example of what new leadership and a strategy can do for a school.

- submitted by a parent
June 12, 2008
This school is very friendly. I just finished 7th grade and it was awesome. My teachers were very nice

- submitted by a student
June 12, 2008
I just finished my 7th grade in East Cobb Middle School and it was a very freindly school. The teachers were very nice. Everybody in the school was friendly.

- submitted by a student
April 25, 2008
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April 14, 2008
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April 03, 2008
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- submitted by a student
November 21, 2007
I am currently in 7th grade at ECMS. During elementary school i was worried that I was not going to have any friends in middle school because most of my friends were going to Dickerson. I found that that was not true in 6th grade. I meet people that I went to elementary school with and I also meet people from other elementary schools feeding into ECMS. I love how this school is so diverse, it lets you experience how the real world is like. The music program at this school is outstaning. All of the teachers at this school go the extra mile to make sure everyone understands what they are teaching. I love East Cobb and would never go to any other middle school!

- submitted by a student
July 23, 2007
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- submitted by a former student
June 22, 2007
During his first year at ECMS, my son was challenged academically more than ever before. And he made friends with a lot of kids who are very different than him. An energetic new principal and growing parent support give ECMS real momentum to build on its magnet strengths in STEM and ESOL and its relationship and alignment with Wheeler HS across the street. If you really want to know, ask the kids who go there, their parents, and the teachers. They'll tell you East Cobb is a *real* education.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2007
Both of my children attended ECMS, and while it's not a perfect school, it is a great school in many ways. The staff is hard-working and dedicated to seeing the children succeed. The new principal is energetic and positive. There is a very solid Advanced Content program in Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies as well as an Accelerated Math program. Although it's an older school, it is currently being renovated, and technology is being updated. It has a strong, solid, involved PTSA. ECMS is a much more diverse school than other schools in the area, both culturally as well as economically. My children had friends from Germany, France, Korea, China, Brazil, and Mexico. The cultural exposure is one of the best things about ECMS.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2007
As a teacher at ECMS, I would like to clarify two common issues. The first is the lack of extra-curricular sports. ECMS is a middle school, and part of the traditional middle school format is to not have extra-curricular sports, only intramurals (which ECMS does have). It is district-wide, and close to a state-wide policy. The second has to do with there not being enough textbooks. The state of Georgia changed Earth Science from an 8th grade class to a 6th grade class, and flipped Physical Science from 6th to 8th. For two years, 6th and 8th grade both taught Earth Sceince, neccesitating the sharing of books among grade levels. This was a county-wide decision, and the textbook was available online. Unless a teacher made an individual decision not to issue books, the school had plenty of books in all other subjects. Eighth will be Physical Science now, so no more sharing.

- submitted by a teacher
June 04, 2007
When my daughter, now a Junior at Wheeler, attended ECMS she had a terrific experience in both on level and accelerated content classes. I think the school was in need of some new leadership. My son, now a 7th grader at ECMS, has seen the new leadership in action. Mr. Chiprany and his staff are excellent and very involved with the students. The teaching staff seem so happy and this seems to permeate through their teaching. Yes, it's a diverse population, better to get used to it when you're young. Yes, their are fights, not nearly as many as people think. I think it's so unfair when parents pull their kids from ECMS without doing their homework and truly look into the school.

- submitted by a teacher
May 04, 2007
Andrew trowers (7th language arts) is wonderful! He is an asset to the school. He is, however, the exception and not the rule.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2007
The kids have to share many textbooks and the school doesn't provide enough study material for kids to learn and study at home.

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January 25, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
no rating March 29, 2006
Great place. Great PTA. Very involved teachers.

- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2005
It is a really great school. I was in East Cobb middle for two years. I love the school, programs, and the teachers. There are a lot of parents involved and I just love the school!

- submitted by a student
May 05, 2005
We love ecms, we like the diversity and our educational but fun classes. We have really nice teachers who can really explain things well, and make you feel like you are really learning something. Although, our school doesn't have perfect attendance for every kid and not all kids behave well it teaches you how the real world might be. When we attended elementary school there was no diversity at all. In fact, our classes were 95% white. We really enjoy this school and We cant wait until 7th and 8th grade. -

- submitted by a student
March 19, 2005
I go to East Cobb and i think that it is a great school! Even though there are fights and thing s like that it is still a great school! the teachers are great like mrs. caroll and mrs carter both are awesome! Also I think that going to a school like Dickerson where it is mostly whit is bad because they doent expirence diversity like i did and also middle school is middle school.

- submitted by a student
January 29, 2005
I teach at East Cobb Middle School, and have for the past 6 years. The richness of the diversity of the population here means that students here will experience an international perspective unlike that at other area schools, with their more homogeneous populations. The faculty at ECMS is exemplary: caring, hard-working, dedicated and professional. The administration (comprised of 5 individuals) is responsive to the needs of the community, the faculty, and the parents. I love what I teach, and I love where I teach. I believe this is true school of excellence. K. Friedman

- submitted by a teacher
January 24, 2005
I have been at ECMS since the middle of the 6th grade and I think that the school is amazing...I learned alot and I love the teachers and the students that also attended the school... I give great admissions to Mrs.Carroll(6th) and Ms. Hall and Ms. C. (7th 7c) they where some of the best teachers I have ever had. they helped me when I needed it most... Every school you go to is going to have problems no matter were you are... and students are going to have a problem with the teacher ... the music program is amazing and we have some of the most talented students in the district...Im proud of the school and i would gladly send my child to ECMS!

- submitted by a former student
January 12, 2005
As a teacher at East Cobb with experience teaching at other schools in the area, I can honestly say that the faculty at ECMS is truly top in their field. I witness examples of superior teaching there on a daily basis, and believe anyone would be hard-pressed to find a group of middle school educators that works as hard at meeting students' individual needs. As for the quality of the student body, our students go head-to-head with other Cobb students with respect to admission into prestigious magnet schools and eventually, colleges and universities. I'm actually so satisfied with the school, that I'm taking my own children there, despite the fact that my home is zoned for 'prestigious' Dickerson Middle. I would encourage parents to come visit and see some of the wonderful things that are happening at ECMS. Remember--affluence doesn't necessarilly mean excellence.

- submitted by a teacher
December 26, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
December 02, 2004
I went to ECMS last year and and did not learn a lot. Now I go to Dickerson and it is a much better school no fight i learn more and the teathers care, and i fell safer.I never want to go back to ECMS!

- submitted by a former student
August 21, 2004
Extremely disappointed with this school. My child was at East Cobb Middle 3 years his overall grade average declined. I do admit there are some good teachers trying to hang on, and Mr. York seemed to be the only administrator who you can find and speak with, and he tried to stay true to his word. Violence is a major problem at this school! Fights happen on a regular bases with very little consequences. The principal made several promises but he never followed through. Hopefully the county will make some changes, I have a child at Sedalia Park and it has the same diversity but the principal is very visible and there are consequences for bad behavior. I would recommend any parent with a middle school age child to consider private school or home schooling your child their middle school years. Unless they make some major changes, starting with the Principal!

- submitted by a parent
July 31, 2004
Overall disapointment for the administration of this school, especially the principal. There have been many changes in the administration and in turn have turned valuable and very good teachers away who would have loved to stay. The community in this school district has also changed severely over the past 10 years for the worse. Crime and behavior has caused too much of a rift between the administration and the teachers that there is no cohesive bond like there should be to give the greater good for the students. East Cobb used to be one of the best middle schools in the district, now it's one of the worst. If you are moving into Cobb County, I would suggest choosing a better school (possibly a middle school feeder into Pope, Walton, Lassiter, Sprayberry, Kell, or Harrison). Consistently better test scores and better behavior of the students.

- submitted by a parent
February 24, 2004
My youngest child is in his 2nd semester of the 8th grade at East Cobb (ECMS), giving our family over 10 consecutive years at ECMS. Most of the staff has turned over since I have been there, but I have seen some excellant teachers through the years. A few of the good ones have managed to 'stay the course'. The target classes (accelerated learning) and the leveled learning classes (class levels assigned according to ability - based largely on past performance in classes and on standardized tests) available in math, science and language arts help provide a maximum education for each child. Students from 5 elementary schools, with diverse ethnic and economic backgrounds come together to form ECMS, and the students stay together all the way thru 12th grade. My biggest criticism of ECMS, would be in the area of discipline, but I'm not sure how to improve it. Good kids are turned off by the strict rules, but I have been over at the school enough to know that the rules are totally necessary for some students, in some cases you wish for even stricter application. Even 3 years doesn't seem enough to get the points across; they're still acting up when they hit the high school. I guess the best thing about the school is that the opportunity is there for each shild to excel. Sports are not provided by the school, but are easily accessable thru the community, and supported by the school.

- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2003
My daughter is in 8th grade now and its her last year at East Cobb. She had wonderful teachers in 6th grade. 7th grade had some tough ones but made it through. It is the beginning of the 8th grade year so i cant comment yet. Overall I have been happy with the school. Most are very helpful. Attendance office and guidance have been helpful!

- submitted by a parent

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East Cobb Middle School
380 Holt Rd NE, Marietta, GA  30068
(770) 578-2740
Last modified East Cobb Middle School is a Public school that serves grades 6-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 4 out of 10 based on academic quality.
East Cobb Middle School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 68 reviews. Top