Dr. Howard Wilson, Principal

2001 Margaret Street, Saint Paul, MN 55119

651-744-6610 | Get Directions

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360 Colborne Street, Saint Paul, MN, 55102

651-767-8100 | Get Directions

Welcome to Eastern Heights

  • Our small school has a big heart. We are a "family". Nestled in a quiet East Side neighborhood, Eastern Heights Elementary celebrates inclusion of the rich cultural diversity of our students and their families each day. Teachers here know there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to education, so we focus on Restorative Practices, Culturally Relevant Teaching, and Integrating Technology into our academic instruction to Personalize Learning for each child. More...

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Eastern Heights Elementary: Educate for a Better Tomorrow


    At Eastern Heights we choose to grow and succeed each and every day! We know that we shape the world of tomorrow. We want to be the best learners we can be, and our teachers give us every opportunity to develop our interests, skills and strategies.

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    We are very excited about our growing implementation of Restorative Practices as we support our community of learners small and tall, with building strong relationships, responding with Restorative Impulse and developing our Social Emotional Competencies!

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  • Families: Your VOICE MATTERS!

    • This is YOUR SCHOOL! We want to hear YOUR VOICE!

      We want to know: Take our anonymous surveys about Eastern Heights

      How Family Friendly Is Our School? A Welcoming Environment?

      Family Voices 2018-19 How Culturally Responsive/ Relevant is Our School? (Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Language, Gender, Ability, Class...)

      Please Review our Family School Compact and take our 2018-19 Family Compact Survey to ADD YOUR VOICE too!

      VOTING MATTERS! Make your vote count! 

      How can I help increase voter turnout and eliminate barriers in my community?
      The process is simple with the Power of 5. Contact five of your family or friends who normally do not vote during non-presidential elections and get them out to vote. The next step is to have them connect with five of their friends and build their network. Learn more about OneMN’s Color the Vote campaign. 

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