This is an old school but what the kids learn and the oppertunities they offer are great.
East Rowan High School is a public high school in Salisbury. The principal of East Rowan High School is Ms Julia K Erdie, who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 1,027 students go to East Rowan High School and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Hispanic. 45% of the 1,027 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at East Rowan High School is 15:1. Rowan County Early College is one of the nearest high schools.
- Ceramics sculpture
- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
- Theater drama
- Cross country
- P.E. classes
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The caliber of students going to this school is far below high school level; we might as well call it a middle school. Looking at the posts of other parents here and I really can't blame some of the students I've seen.
i love this school so much
Great improvements have been made by this schools since Mr. Sparger arrived. This is a great learning environment for teens. The variety of extracurricular activities is vast. I am happy my children this school and I chose this school district over all other area districts based on the recommendation of area residents.
The principal at this school is a great man. He IS concerned with his students. I would know personally from all the things he has been there with me through. I have had a rough time in high school and he has been there supporting me every step of the way. He does like his school to be represtened in a nice way but I can assure you that he is concerned with his students. Mr. Sparger is the most caring principal that I have ever come in contact with and if you were to know him instead of just assuming that he cares more about the school board you would see that also. Any good principal would care equally about both but I strongly disagree with your comment about where his concerns lay. Speak of what you KNOW not of what you ASSUME. -Samantha Myer
The Principal needs to be more concerened with his students instead of wanting to make the school look good in the School Boards eyes!