Eureka Public School

Eureka Public School is a PK-12 public educational institution and is the only school located in Eureka, with an enrollment of roughly 155 students.   The K-12 student-teacher ratio is 8 to 1.   The school built an addition in 2016 for the use of the high school grade classes.   Though Eureka Public School is a smaller school, students have the opportunity to participate in multiple extra-curricular activities.   For more information, go to the Eureka School District website, view the school's report card, or view reviews of Eureka School.

Eureka Public School offers both educational and athletic extra-curricular activities for students to participate in, including STEAM club, Robotics, FCCLA, FCA, Drama, and Yearbook.  The FCCLA program is very successful, enabling many students to participate in the National FCCLA convention.   Athletic teams are involved in sports cooperatives with other area schools.   The football team is co-oped with the Bowdle, Leola, and Frederick Schools; while the volleyball, basketball, and track teams are co-oped only with Bowdle.  The golf team is solely from the Eureka School District.