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1501 Norland Road
Charlotte, NC 28205
Courier # 381
P: 980-343-6410 | F: 980-343-6406
Principal: Mary Webb
LC: Central 1
Bell Schedule: 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM
Grades: 6-8
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School Mission
The mission of Eastway Middle is to educate all students for college and career readiness.
School Events
Mar
01
Coffee With the Principal-Zoom Meeting
Mar
01
Group B Students Return to In Person Learning (Groups A and C Remain Remote)
Mar
08
Coffee With the Principal-Zoom Meeting
Mar
15
Coffee With the Principal-Zoom Meeting
Mar
22
Coffee With the Principal-Zoom Meeting
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Former Eastway Student Gets Scholarship


QuestBridge National College Match is a national program that connects high achieving high school seniors from low-income backgrounds with full, four-year scholarships to one of their 42 prestigious college partners. Over 18,000 students applied in 2020, and less than 1,500 were selected by QuestBridge and their college partners for a full ride scholarship. GenOne Senior, Henry Romero invited his GenOne support team to open his email to see if he was matched...


 

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Eastway Deploys Solar Energy Kit to Kenya


Each year in partnership with WE CARE SOLAR, Eastway Middle School deploys a portable solar energy kit to a country in Africa.  Last school year we completed our second kit in hopes it would be installed prior to schools closing throughout the world in March.  Due to the pandemic installation was delayed, but we are excited to announce that in November of this year, our kit wast was installed in Ewaso Nyiro Primary School in Laikipia West, Kenya. The solar energy kit will provide electricity to 5 classrooms that serve 15 teachers and 465 students. 

We are so proud of our Eastway students!!

Please take a moment to view the slide slideshow to see the impact the students of Eastway are making on education around the world!


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Thank you to our Eastway team in partnership with Communities in School, the Latin American Chamber of Commerce and the City of Charlotte in our free school supply and meals drive by today. We were able to provide over 400 backpacks with supplies and 200 hot meals to our families. Stay tuned to Eastway news for more events in the future. 


 




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Welcome New Students


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Thank you to Ms. B. Ellison's class for welcoming our new students to Eastway.

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National Bully Prevention Week Oct. 19th-23rd


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Thank you to Ms. Flood's Academic Enrichment Class for this great collage to remind students to stand up against bullying.  


 

 

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