currently a Mechanical Engineering student at UTA. this school is known for having a horrible math program. So I had to teach myself algebra and trig before I started college. they care more about friday night football then they do about your academics. Too many coaches attempting to teach (or not), and only 1 teacher (English IV) that cares about the students and not how well the football team does.
not too bad of a school besides the fact that a lot of the classes are taught by coaches who just sit there and never teach there subjects. being a small town school, most of the students are rated based on last names, so if you're from a well known family you're treated more respectfully than you are if you're new in town or a child from a low class family. there are a handful of teachers who are actually very great with students and very challenging. but overall i say that due to a low curriculum and "judged" treatment of its students if you're planning on coming to eastland for your childrens education i'd look for a better place to go.