Realtor Support Page

First and foremost, thank you for your continued efforts to improve the quality of life in Elkhart by providing people with pathways to homeownership. Establishing a home in Elkhart is an excellent decision for any family, and we are happy to support your efforts in selling homes in Elkhart. We recognize that a school district is one of the most important criteria for a potential homebuyer when considering where to buy a home. We hope the following information will be useful to you in helping homebuyers recognize the excellence of Elkhart Community Schools, and provide a tool for those selling homes in the Elkhart Community Schools district.

School Boundaries

One of the most common requests we hear from realtors is school verification. We are excited to introduce an online address look-up tool:

  • Address Look-up Tool
    • Once you’ve looked up the three schools for your home, please see below to print one-page highlights of each school.
    • If a home is on the edge of the school boundary, we encourage you to verify by contacting our student services department at 574-262-5540.
  • For information on School Walk Zones, please see our Transportation page.

School District Literature

For all literature, please click on the image to open a high-resolution PDF version, suitable for printing. 

We are happy to introduce a comprehensive 16-page district brochure for realtor use. This brochure highlights the academic programs at Elkhart Community Schools, including AP class offerings, dual credit offerings, and CTE (career technical education) programs. The brochure also highlights travel opportunities at the district, as well as athletic and club offerings.

Professionally printed copies can be ordered through the following link: link to form. We are happy to mail or drop copies off at your office.

ECS Brochure Cover

We have also created single-page flyers for all 21 schools in our district. It is our hope that when you are selling a home, you will consider printing a flyer for the home’s elementary, middle, and high school to include in your folders, so potential buyers can have a better understanding of the schools where the home resides.

Elementary Schools
Beardsley Flyer
Bristol Flyer
Cleveland Flyer
Eastwood Flyer
Hawthorne Info Sheet
Mary Beck Flyer
Mary Daly Flyer
Mary Feeser Flyer
Monger Flyer
Osolo Flyer
Pinewood Flyer
Riverview Info Sheet
Roosevelt Flyer
Woodland Flyer
Middle Schools
North Side Flyer
Pierre Moran Flyer
West Side Flyer
High Schools and Elkhart Area Career Center
Elkhart Central Flyer
Elkhart Memorial Flyer
Elkhart Area Career Center Info Sheet
Special Programs
High Ability Flyer
Special Education Flyer
College and Career Ready Graduates
College and Career Offerings
Co-Curricular Offerings
Co-Curricular Offerings

Elkhart County Graduation Rates

At the request of multiple realtors, we’ve been asked to provide graduation rates of Elkhart County schools. We’re extremely proud to work with our neighboring districts to ensure all students of Elkhart County are receiving an excellent education.

  • Elkhart County High Schools
    • Elkhart Community Schools: 94.96%
    • Fairfield Community Schools: 94.85%
    • Wa-Nee Community Schools: 94.79%
    • Middlebury Community Schools: 90.91%
    • Baugo Community Schools: 89.76%
    • Concord Community Schools: 89.47%
    • Goshen Community Schools: 81.80%
    • State of Indiana (average of all Indiana high schools): 88.1%
  • Nearby High Schools (outside of Elkhart County)
    • Penn (Mishawaka): 96.9%
    • Mishawaka (Mishawaka): 91.3%
    • South Bend Community Schools (South Bend): 77.7%

*Source: Indiana Department of Education (; accessed 4/12/2019)

The Future Elkhart High School

Another question we’re commonly hearing is about the unification of Elkhart Central and Elkhart Memorial high schools, and what it means for the future of our district. We’re excited to be leading the state in the development of wall-to-wall pathways. Our six schools of study will provide students with an opportunity to identify their interests and learn to their passion, in a meaningful way for their learning style.

Each school will contain a business advisory group who will help determine curriculum to ensure students are learning material that is relevant for their future careers. This model is incredibly successful at our Elkhart Area Career Center.

For additional information about our Six Schools of Study (Arts & Communication; Business and International Relations; Engineering, Technology, and Innovation; Health & Public Safety; Human Services; Natural Resources), please visit EHS: 2021.

In Fall 2021, the Indiana Department of Education, the Indiana High School Athletic Association, and the Indiana State School Music Association, will formally recognize Elkhart High School under one school number. Students in grades 9-12 will remain at their current high school locations (two campuses) during the 2020-2021 school year. In Fall 2022, all construction will be completed and the transition to Elkhart High School (grades 10-12) at the current Elkhart Memorial campus will be completed, with all students studying within one of the six Schools of Study. The Freshman Division will be located at the current Elkhart Central campus.

Why Elkhart?

Lastly, we’d leave you with two single-page flyers we’ve created: 12 Reasons to Choose Elkhart and 12 Reasons to Choose Elkhart Community Schools. We originally created these documents as teacher recruitment pieces, but we believe they may be useful to realtors as well.

12 Reasons to Choose Elkhart  12 Reasons to Choose ECS flyer


ECS News

Elkhart Community Schools works with our local and regional media every day to share the great things happening in our district. We encourage you to visit our Media page to read about some of the positive news highlighted in the media.

We’ve also recently started an electronic newsletter to help keep our community informed about what’s happening at the district. The newsletter is delivered monthly via email. Articles from the newsletter are hosted on our website and can be found at the link below.

We hope you may find these useful in connecting with your clients on specific issues of interest to them.


School Information

Elementary Schools (Grades K-6)

Our fourteen elementary schools are warm, caring, friendly places that are safe for children, families, community and staff. Students in Elkhart learn the foundation of their education through our elementary schools, and begin career and interest exploration. Elementary students are introduced to athletics, band, and orchestra. Students are encouraged to participate in volunteer activities in the community. Our diverse and talented elementary school staff are dedicated to being lifetime learners themselves. As dedicated professionals, they are eager to try new strategies and activities to help students achieve.

Beardsley Elementary
1027 McPherson St
Elkhart, IN 46514
Principal: Val Priller
Website: Bearsley
Bristol Elementary
705 Indiana St
Bristol, IN 46507
Principal: Martha Strickler
Website: Bristol
Cleveland Elementary
53403 CR 1 North
Elkhart, IN 46514
Principal: Kelly Carmichael
Website: Cleveland
Eastwood Elementary
2605 County Road 15
Elkhart, IN 46514
Principal: Melinda Ehmer
Website: Eastwood
Hawthorne Elementary
501 West Lusher Ave
Elkhart, IN 46517
Principal: Eric Chandler
Website: Hawthorne
Mary Beck Elementary
818 McDonald St
Elkhart, IN 46516
Principal: Tracey Kizyma-Whitmyer
Website: Mary Beck
Mary Daly Elementary
1735 Strong Ave
Elkhart, IN 46514
Principal: Josh Nice
Website: Mary Daly
Mary Feeser Elementary
26665 CR 4 West
Elkhart, IN 46514
Principal: Micah Lambert
Website: Mary Feeser
Monger Elementary
1100 East Hively Ave
Elkhart, IN 46517
Principal: April Walker
Website: Monger
Osolo Elementary
24975 CR 6 East
Elkhart, IN 46514
Principal: Kris Weimer
Website: Osolo
Pinewood Elementary
3420 East Bristol St
Elkhart, IN 46514
Principal: Tervonda Goins
Website: Pinewood
Riverview Elementary
2509 Wood St
Elkhart, IN 46516
Principal: Holly Conley
Website: Riverview
Roosevelt STEAM Academy
201 W. Wolf Ave
Elkhart, IN 46516
Principal: Dee Wappes
Website: Roosevelt
Woodland Elementary
1220 CR 3
Elkhart, IN 46514
Principal: Jonathan LeVan
Website: Woodland

Middle Schools (Grades 7-8)

Elkhart Community Schools’ three middle schools are a place for students to prepare for high school and the future. Students in middle school are encouraged to explore their passions and talents through high level classes, specialized curriculum, groups and organizations.

North Side Middle School
300 Lawrence St
Elkhart, IN 46514
Principal: Sara Jackowiak
Website: North Side
Pierre Moran Middle School
200 West Lusher Ave
Elkhart, IN 46516
Principal: Cindy Bonner
Website: Pierre Moran
West Side Middle School
101 S. Nappanee St
Elkhart, IN 46514
Principal: Kristie Stutsman
Website: West Side

High Schools (Grade 9-12)

Students at one of Elkhart Community Schools’ two high schools are further educated and encouraged to explore their passions, as they prepare for graduation. Students not only receive the state-required basics, but are also taught life skills, such as money management. Students in ECS high schools are able to participate in a variety of programs that can help them identify potential paths for their future including post-secondary education, specialized trades and the military. Students are also encouraged to participate in one of the over 50 clubs offered at each school to learn more about themselves and their interests.

Elkhart Central High School
One Blazer Blvd
Elkhart, IN 46516
Principal: Frank Serge
Website: Elkhart Central
Elkhart Memorial High School
2608 California Road
Elkhart, IN 46514
Principal: Cary Anderson
Website: Elkhart Memorial

School Tours

We are happy to provide school tours upon request. Please contact us at to schedule a school tour.

Contact Information

If there are any other ways we can help support you, please feel free to contact the Communications Department:

Brenda Kolbe, Director of Communication

Wendy Wood, Communication Specialist