Its a really tiny school, but once you get use to it it gets better. Everyone hangs out with each other, and it's like you have one big group of friends. Most everyone is a little on the conservative side, and it was tough to deal with at first. But the teachers are great. You learn a lot. And the school made me feel smart.
- submitted by a student
April 19, 2008
A small school, with lots of hands-on learning and one-on-one attention from teachers, Easton is a top performing school.
- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2006
Now hopefully this is the last thing. Anyways the last claim that I am going to repute is that there is a lack of discipline in the school. Now that claim was typed in January of 2004, I was still there in January of 2004, and the principle was Mrs. Donna Lisnick, and she was a very stern principle she put rules in place and she expected everyone to follow them no matter whom you were, student or teacher. Don t get the wrong impression, the school wasn t a boot camp the rules just improved upon the learning environment. So in conclusion I must say that Easton is a great school for anyone s children, I must say that I really recommend it and I was very pleased by my education and other students can tell you that they were more prepared for college once graduating from Easton that most any other school.