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East Allen County School is one of the most unique and diverse school systems in the state of Indiana. There is so much so much to learn and we’re here to help you.

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Elementary Schools

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Cedarville Elementary

12225 Hardisty Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46845
260-446-0110

Dr. Brad Bakle
Grades K – 3 2012-13
ENROLLMENT: 717

Proven record of academic excellence

  • Earned a 4-Star recognition for six consecutive years
  • Earned an “A” rating by the state of Indiana

Parent and community involvement provide extended opportunities for students to learn and develop socially, as well as academically

  • Intramurals
  • After-school Science program
  • Parkview Kids Safety Camp
  • Northeast Fire Department and EMS Fire
  • Safety Day
  • Good News Club
  • After-school Kids-Fit program
  • PFW teachers-in-training bring project-based learning opportunities to classrooms
  • PTO-sponsored carnival

Family-friendly activities make learning FUN

  • Family Math Night
  • Family Literacy Night
  • Musical performances
  • Talent Show
  • Mad Ants “Get Fit Challenge”

Character development fostered at the individual, classroom, and school-wide levels

  • Commendable Cubs
  • Character Counts curriculum and supplemental activities

Global awareness fostered through exchange with Hangzhou Caihe No. 2 Primary School, Cedarville’s Chinese Sister-School

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Heritage  Elementary

12009 Hoagland Road
Hoagland, IN 46745
260-446-0160

Mrs. Karen Charters
Grades K – 6 2012-13
ENROLLMENT: 501

  • Building relationships with the community in a welcoming environment of students, staff, parents, neighbors
  • Building learners through core curriculum, highly effective instruction, and high expectations for students and staff, Response to Intervention and Patriot Time
  • Building character through Character Counts Pillars, school procedures and expectations Building citizenship through Positive Behavior
  • Intervention – changing behaviors through positiveefforts, intervention and expectations
  • Building parent involvement through programing (Back to School Night, Parent Teacher Organization, Family Literacy Night, music and band programs, Project Reads Class for Parents, Parent/Teacher conferences, etc…)
  • Building a new facility at the Heritage K-12 Campus

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Leo Elementary

14811 Wayne Street
Leo, IN 46765
260-446-0170

Mr. Bill Diehl
Grades 4 – 6
2012-13 ENROLLMENT: 587

  • Strong parental involvement and support
  • Integration of Technology to help promote learning
  • Elementary, Middle & High Schools
  • Numerous extra curricular opportunities for students including intramurals, a variety of enrichment activities, choir, band, study club, spell bowl, and math bowl
  • Four Star School since 1999
  • Rated an “A” by the State of Indiana for academic performance and growth since 2009
  • Excellent attendance rate
  • Highly qualified and experienced teachers.

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Southwick Elementary

6500 Wayne Trace
Fort Wayne, IN 46816
260-446-0250

Mrs. Natalie Drummond Grades PK – 2 2012-13 ENROLLMENT: 493

  • Promoting high expectations and academic excellence for all students: Response to instruction and interventions are provided to all students including High Ability through a SUCCESS intervention period.
  • High quality professional development provided to teachers from an instructional coach.
  • Kindergarten and school preparation through a half day Pre-Kindergarten Program.
  • Building our futures through integrated technology as we use iPads with a 4 to 1 ratio in the classroom. Project READS-one-to-one volunteer who works with students on Thursday after school.
  • A diverse population of backgrounds. Families Learning Together – 24 week ESL program for parents learning English.

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Woodlan Primary

23005 Woodburn Road
Woodburn, IN 46797
260-446-0280

Mr. Michael Chen
Grades K – 3
2012-13 ENROLLMEN: 285

  • Small class sizes
  • Strong community involvement
  • Technology integrated into the curriculum (Smart Boards, iPads, Multiple Computer labs)
  • Growing diverse culture
  • Special Programs (Grandparent’s Day, Muffins with
  • Mom, Desserts with Dad)
  • Outside cultural experiences that enhance learning experiences (Indiana Wild, Art Museum, Ned Show) Strong Literacy Focus
  • Value the well-rounded student
  • Cross grade level enrichment activities
  • Very safe learning environment
  • High academic, behavior and personal expectations

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Intermediate Schools

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New Haven Intermediate

1065 Woodmere Drive
New Haven, IN 46774
260-446-0190

Mrs. Alicia Gatewood
Grades 3 – 5
2012-13 ENROLLMENT: 477

  • School-wide Success Time which focuses on mastery of Language Arts and Math standards. Strong Literacy focus.
  • High expectations and academic excellence for all students through instruction, intervention and technology.
  • Computer labs for each grade level and regular iPad usage for all students.
  • Highly qualified teachers.
  • High quality staff professional development by an in-house Instructional Coach.
  • 8-Step Programming. Character Counts Education School-wide wellness initiative.
  • Strong parental and community involvement through PTO and other services.
  • School Buddies provided by Big Brother Big Sisters through United Way.
  • Diverse population growth of socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds.
  • Spell bowl and Math bowl teams
  • Science Fair

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Prince Chapman Academy

4808 E. Paulding Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46816
260-446-0270

Ms. Thelma Green
Grades 3 – 6
2012-13 ENROLLMENT: 561

  • 8 STEPS Process School
  • School Wide Charger time to support mastery of
  • Academic Standards
  • Active Parent/Student/Teacher Organization
  • Classroom volunteers from B.F. Goodrich
  • School Buddies from Big Brothers Big Sisters and
  • Learn United
  • Safe and orderly school environment
  • A school that celebrates diversity
  • Technology is integrated into the curriculum
  • 4 computer labs are available to enhance learning opportunities
  • Opportunities for 5th and 6th grade to participate in
  • Jr. High extracurricular programs
  • STARS Program (Students Taking Academic Responsibility)

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Woodlan Intermediate

17215 Woodburn Road
Woodburn, IN 46797
260-446-0290

Mr. Michael Chen
Grades 3 – 6
2012-13 ENROLLMENT: 238

  • Technology is integrated into the curriculum Very strong and active PTO and parental involvement
  • Strong relationship and partnership between 4-12 classrooms and students
  • Focus on positive Character development Experienced, collaborative, cohesive staff Elementary extra-curricular program (band, basketball, wrestling, cross-country, & choir) Individual/Team Competition (Spell Bowl, Math Bowl, Spelling Bee, Geography Bee, & Science Fair)
  • Utilizing high school intern program effectively
  • Collaborative special area programs

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Junior and Senior High Schools

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New Haven Middle

900 Prospect Avenue
New Haven, IN 46774
260-446-0230

Mr. Doug Pickett
Grades 6 – 8
2012-13 ENROLLMENT: 555

  • ASPIRE Program (Health Related Career Club) Diverse Student Population
  • 8 STEP School Program
  • Technology Integrated into the Curriculum Caring Committed Staff& Outstanding School Climate
  • 4 time Spell Bowl Champions 2009-2012
  • Gradual release for the 6th graders to the middle school schedule
  • Academic Superbowl Competition
  • Lunchtime Chess program
  • Enrichment program for students who excel in
  • Math and English
  • Student Council, Band, Choir, & Strong Arts
  • Program
  • Football, Volleyball, Cross Country, Basketball, Wrestling, Track, Cheerleading

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Paul Harding  Jr. High

6501 Wayne Trace
Fort Wayne, IN 46816
260-446-0240

Mrs. Teresa Gremaux
Grades 7 – 8
2012-13 ENROLLMENT:265

  • Diverse student population
  • Family Support Specialist
  • Full Athletic Program / Soccer Club
  • (2) 30 minute Intervention/Enrichment classes per day for Math & Language Arts
  • State of the Art Technology

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East Allen University

6501 Wayne Trace
Fort Wayne, IN 46816
260-446-0240

Mr. Doug Hicks
Grade 9
2012-13 ENROLLMENT: 114

  • Students will earn a minimum of a CORE 40
  • Diploma plus they have the potential of earning an Associate’s Degree from Vincennes University.
  • Students may earn up to 60 transferable college credits at low cost or no cost.
  • The student’s daily schedule promotes student growth and academic enrichment.
  • The students are in a small school environment that allows us to give them individual attention and that facilitates and maximizes student learning.
  • Students will receive supplemental instruction, academic coaching and tutorial services are imbedded in the daily schedule.
  • Community partners will engage with students through service learning, job shadowing experiences, and college and career preparation.

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Heritage  Jr./Sr. High

13608 Monroeville Road
Monroeville, IN 46773
260-446-0140

Mr. Matt Widenhoeffer
Grades 7 – 12
2012-13 ENROLLMENT: 841

  • 2012-2013 F.F.A. National Champions
  • Mr. Shirey (FFA faculty advisor) National Award for outstanding contributions to FFA.
  • 2011-2012 455 College credits earned in dual credit courses. 7 Dual credit courses offered in
  • 2012-2013.
  • AP courses offered with 132 student enrollment. Partnership with Cornerstone Youth Center Monroeville
  • 558 Individual students attended
  • 27 Received instruction in Education
  • Center
  • 1020 Student visits to the Center Dads of Heritage – Adult patron organization supporting all school activities
  • Diverse student population
  • 8 time State Band Finalist

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Leo Jr./Sr. High

14600 Amstutz Road
Leo, IN 46765
260-446-0180

Dr. Neal Brown
Grades 7 – 12
2012-13 ENROLLMENT: 1337

  • Four Star, Blue Ribbon, Exemplary School
  • One of the Highest Graduation Rate in NE Indiana Exemplary College and Career Readiness Curriculum
  • 98.3% Graduation rate with 41.3% Honors
  • Diploma
  • 65 College Credits available
  • 80.9% of students passed ISTEP
  • PLTW Engineering & Biomedical Programs
  • 60% of Graduates involved in Internship Program
  • 40 High School & 16 Junior High Athletic Teams
  • State Academic Super Bowl Champions

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New Haven High School

1300 Green Road
New Haven, IN 46774
260-446-0220

Mr. Greg Mohler
Grades 9 – 12
2012-13 ENROLLMENT: 1076

  • The only true, “traditional” high school in EACS (grades 9-12 only)
  • One of the top schools for dual credit in this section of the state
  • PLTW Engineering & Biomedical Programs
  • Strong internship program and highest number of hospital partners accepting student placements State certified Gold Star Guidance Department Strong athletic program – 14 sectional titles and 3 regional titles earned in recent years
  • All teachers listed as “highly qualified” with IN Department of Education
  • Dedicated, veteran staff
  • Staff completed training for national Restorative
  • Practices program, focusing on positive relationships and student accountability
  • Multiple extra-curricular activities, such as National Honor Society, Key Club, Principal’s Advisory Cabinet, SADD, marching band, winter guard, Academic Decathlon, book club, chess club, bowling, student council, and more.
  • High-quality drama and musical productions
  • Award-winning CANstruction team

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Woodlan Jr./Sr. High

17215 Woodburn Road
Woodburn, IN 46797
260-446-0290

Mr. Ron Kammeyer
Grades 7 – 12
2012-13 ENROLLMENT: 700

  • Woodlan offers opportunities for students in extracurricular activities such as sports, marching band, student council, National Honor Society and show choir. A number of programs are state ranked and recognized.
  • Woodlan’s size enables for a student centered focus with students receiving personal attention,
  • Woodlan offers dual credit opportunities in both academic and vocational offerings with over 90% of Woodlan graduates pursing education and training beyond high school.
  • Woodlan has strong focus on academics and consistently has the 2nd highest test scores in East Allen County Schools.
  • Woodlan has an experienced teaching staff and has little staff turnover.

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East Allen Choice Alternative School

4625 Werling Dr.
Fort Wayne, IN 46806
260-446-0260

Mr. Jeff Kline
Grades 9-12

  • Individualized class schedule
  • Project Based Learning
  • Credit Recovery

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