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Eastern District High School is a defunct public high school in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York City.wikipedia
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Eastern District High School is a defunct public high school in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York City. The name "Eastern District" originates from the annexation of Williamsburg and Bushwick into the city of Brooklyn as its Eastern District in 1855.
One of the early high schools in Brooklyn, the Eastern District High School, opened here in February 1900.

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Today's Grand Street Campus, opened in 1981, is located at Grand Street and Bushwick Avenue in East Williamsburg, with direct access to the train of the BMT Canarsie Line.
Eastern District High School, near the line's Grand Street station, had preserved this toponym until it was closed in 1996, later reopened as Grand Street Educational Campus.

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The baseball team in particular has produced several NCAA Division I and professional players, most notably Dellin Betances.
Betances attended Progress High School within the Grand Street Campus in Brooklyn, New York.

Henry Foner

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He attended Eastern District High School and earned a degree in business administration from the City College of New York in 1939.

Red Auerbach

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Amid the Great Depression, Red played basketball at PS 122 and in the Eastern District High School, where he was named "Second Team All-Brooklyn" by the World-Telegram in his senior year.

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The name "Eastern District" originates from the annexation of Williamsburg and Bushwick into the city of Brooklyn as its Eastern District in 1855.

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After attending Abraham Lincoln High School for a year, Brooks graduated from Eastern District High School with the intention of studying at Brooklyn College as a psychology major.

Harry Halpern

Halpern was born on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, attending Brooklyn's Public School (PS) 37 and Eastern District High School.

Gertrude Blanch

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In 1914 she graduated from Eastern District High School in Brooklyn.

Marvin Kaplan

He attended Public School 16, and Junior High School 15 and graduated from Eastern District High School in 1943.

Barry Manilow

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Manilow grew up in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, and graduated in 1961 from Eastern District High School, which closed in 1995.

Stan Isaacs

He attended Eastern District High School and then Brooklyn College before working for the Daily Compass.

Henry Miller

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After finishing elementary school, although his family remained in Bushwick, Miller attended Eastern District High School in Williamsburg.

Frank Rodriguez

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He attended Eastern District High School in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.

Gene Malin

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As a child, Malin attended P.S. 50 in Brooklyn and then went on to Eastern District High School.

Michael E. Reiburn

He graduated from Eastern District High School (Brooklyn) in 1911; and from Syracuse University College of Law in 1915.

Mark Warnow

He attended Public School 100 and Eastern District High School, where he was a soloist as a violinist in the school's orchestra.

High School of Enterprise, Business, & Technology

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The new schools were The High School for Enterprise, Business and Technology, Progress High School for Professional Careers, the High School for Legal Studies, and Eastern District Senior Academy.
The High School for Enterprise, Business, and Technology is a public high school located on the fourth floor of the Grand Street Educational Campus at 850 Grand Street and Bushwick Avenue in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York.

Eulalie Spence

Spence began teaching in the New York public school system in 1918, including over thirty years (1927-1958) at the Eastern District High School in Brooklyn, where she taught elocution, English, and dramatics.

Williams Jerez

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Initially attempting to enroll at Gregorio Luperón High School in Manhattan, Jerez later enrolled at Grand Street Campus in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Lena Gurr

Gurr attended Eastern District High School, where she participated in the art club, spoke in school assemblies, worked on the literary monthly, and was elected vice-president of the senior class.

Saul Rogovin

He taught first at Hughes High School in New York, and then at Eastern District High School in Brooklyn the last eight years of his teaching career.

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Eastern District High School is a defunct public high school in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York City.