Print this page
MNPS Announcements

We are holding our annual First Choice Festival on Monday, September 22. Click for MNPS site 

School Profile 
Policies and Procedures
Driving Directions
Dress Code
Supply Lists
Summer Assignment/Reading List 2014
Homework Hotline Link
Limitless Libraries
School Library
Work at Our School
East High Alumni Page
Our Mission- To develop well-rounded citizens who listen, think, and speak intelligently and compassionately in an enviroinment where learning is relevant to life. 
Our school is a participant in the Tennessee Coordinated School Health Program. Learn more about the CSH Program.

Coordinated Health Logo


Dates to Remember  (Check out the School Calendar Webpage for more activities.)

Tuesday, September 16th- Blood Drive- 9am
                                         - Senior Parent Meeting, HS Auditorium, 6:30pm

Thursday, September 18th- School-Wide Seminar, 9am
                    -Stratford Cluster Parent Advisory Council Meeting, 
                            5:30pm at Bailey STEM Middle School

Friday, September 19th- Football vs Stratford, away 7pm
Eagles Vs Colts Football Review

In the Eagles second game of the season they faced the Glencliff Colts. Not really a problem for the Eagles high-powered offense. Opening the game with a touchdown bomb thrown from Isaiah Upton 17 seconds in to the game. That was the first of the two passing touchdowns by the senior quarterback, coming on the opening drives of the game. Upton was also the Eagles leading rusher producing 105 yards on the ground. The offense had a nice balance they were in-sync and came ready to play executing big play after big play. Senior (Cheau Wilson #25) had a monster first half snatching more than 100 yards of receiving yards.The Eagles defense made a statement, forcing punts on every Colt possession in the first half. The dominating defense didn't allow a first down until 3:29 left in the second quarter. Led by the hard hitting linebackers, the Eagles  defense recorded six sacks which ultimately led to the shut out of the Colts.  The final score was your Eagles 36, Colts 0. The Eagles look to carry this momentum on this upcoming three game road trip starting next week at Whites Creek. Support your Eagles and be there ( Game-time: 9/05 @ 7:00pm). --Keaven Burton
2013-2014 Yearbooks will arrive October 3rd

Yearbooks will be distributed as quickly as possible after they arrive.  We apologize for the delay and any inconvenience.

Is Your Email Address Correct?

East Nashville Magnet is using the Evirts email program to communicate with parents and students.  Make sure your email contact information is up-to-date so you don't miss any vital information.  

We use this information system to communicate with students and their families about class work, student activities, and schoolwide news.  Please make sure the school office has your correct information, if you are not currently receiving emails call the school office at 262-6947. _________________________________________
East Nashville Magnet School PTSO

The PTSO may be contacted at 

You can also find the PTSO on Facebook at             
Schoolwide Seminar 

Paideia Logo.2


Our next School-wide Seminar with be held on August 28th.   

For more information, go to or contact Christy Wall, our Paideia Coach, at 615-262-6947 x2201


Attend East Nashville Magnet School

You must apply to attend East Nashville Magnet School.  Optional School Application information and materials can be found at:

You may schedule a tour by calling the office 262-6947.  During the tour, you will be able to see classrooms and meet some of our teachers and staff. We look forward to you visiting our school.
Middle School Immunizations


The new Certificate of Immunization showing that your child has met the new immunization requirements is required for entry into 7th grade and should be available from your child’s medical provider beginning April 1.

Children currently enrolled in a Tennessee school and entering the 7th grade must show proof of two new immunizations:


  • Tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis booster (“Tdap”)
  • Verification of immunity to varicella; (2 doses or history of disease)

For more infomation



Ten for Ten Donation 

What is 10 for 10?
$1 per student/family for each of the 10 months of school = $10 for 10 months. It's that simple! No magazines, no wrapping paper, no cookie dough, no asking your friends and family to buy stuff. We're just asking families to make a simple donation to support our school. Any donation amount is accepted.

1) You can make a yearly donation, or smaller donations throughout the year.
2) Just send your donation to the office in an envelope to the "PTSO."
Where does the10 for 10 money go?
It's hard to find a bargin these days, but Ten for Ten is a pretty good one.  Just $10 supports programs and buys supplies for each of your students. Our initial focus with donations will be equipping our classrooms with electric pencil sharpeners! The PTSO has also purchased the mascot costume, bought a giant parachute for the PE department, hosted the middle school dance and math night, purchased advanced technology for the teachers to share, held a parent program, Literary Week and a book drive. That's just to name a few and we have more to come. 
Donations from Corporations


 Office Depot 5% Back

As you make purchases, please remember that Office Depot will donate 5% of your purchase back to our school.  Just tell the cashier at the beginning of your check-out and they will scan our school's barcode.  Each month, the proceeds are forwarded to the school.  Click here to learn more about the 5% Back to Schools Program.

The Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, color, age, and/or disability in admission to, access to, or operation of its programs, services, or activities. MNPS does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices. Contact MNPS ADA Coordinator at 259-8531.

MNPS maintains an official complaint procedure that complies with the standards set aside by Federal Programs under No Child Left Behind. Complaints regarding Public School Choice and Supplemental Educational Services (SES) are covered under this procedure. It can be found by clicking on Complaint Process.
Click on the links provided for more detailed information. <Complaint Process.>