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Peach Creek Jr. High
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Location: Peach Creek
No. of floors: 3
Purpose of place: School
First appearance: Ed, Edd n Eddy's Hanky Panky Hullabaloo

Peach Creek Jr. High is the only school shown in Peach Creek. All the kids who live in Peach Creek are enrolled in the school, as its shown to be joint school between the junior high school and the elementary school.

General

Peach Creek Jr. High is a typical school, complete with lockers, a cafeteria, classrooms, a library, bathrooms, a gym and a football field. It also features a boiler room (where the Kankers skip school. What happened to the janitor is unknown), a newsroom (where the infamous Bobby Blabby created ludicrous tabloid lies about the kids) and a nurse's office (where Edd is the nurse's assistant.) The school, however, does lack swimming pools, so the school must transport the children to and from the Peach Creek Community Pool. The school is located at an intersection at the end of the main street of town as seen in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show.

Locations

Primary

  • Hallways - Every room in the whole school is accessed through the hallways. This is also the area where the kids' lockers are located. In the elementary wing of the school, the hallways are lined with cubbyholes instead of lockers (showing that it's a joint school). The hallways also contain water fountains, vending machines, and posters advertising clubs or extracurricular activities such as the Shut Up and Dance Prom and the 4-F Club.
  • Cafeteria - The place where the kids come to eat. There are multiple rows of tables for the kids to sit at and the lunch line consists of a bar that the students go to serve themselves. It offers a wide variety of food and has been known to host special food days such as Fun With Butterscotch Pudding Tuesday, Whopper Wiener Wednesday, Bologna Fever, Tuesday Soup Fiesta, and Bottomless Gravy Day. The cafeteria also requires the students to bus their tables when they are finished eating as noted by a poster on the wall.
  • Library - The library was prominently featured in the episodes "Cool Hand Ed" and "Tinker Ed." It is pretty much a generic library with hundreds of books upon shelves scattered about the room. It also includes tables for students to sit and work at, a chalkboard on wheels, and a beanbag to sit on.
  • The Track and Field - This is a separate area from the football field. It is an area outside the school that contains a track for running. It appears that on certain days the PE class uses the small, grassy field on the inside of the track to do workout stations including jump rope, pull-ups, sit-ups, and weight lifting. There are also bleachers on the side of the track.
  • The Football Field - The football field was prominently featured in the episode "Tight End Ed." This is of course the field where the Peach Creek Cobblers practice and play their football games. The field includes bleachers, a scoreboard, benches, and a sports drink container. The middle of the football field has a large, menacing, peach etched into the ground.
  • The Gym - The gym first appeared in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Hanky Panky Hullabaloo, where the students are seen participating in athletic activities in it. The basketball team also practices in here. Due to the large amount of space in the gym, it has been converted twice in the series to suit other needs. The locker room was first seen in Cool Hand Ed while Kevin was taking a shower Ed stole his clothes but Kevin got his clothes back. It was first converted into an auditorium in the episode "Too Smart for His Own Ed" for the 8th Annual Peach Creek Spelling Bee, and was then used for the school dance in the episode "May I Have this Ed?"
  • The Nurse's Office - The nurse's office first appeared in the episode "This Won't Hurt an Ed." It is a rather small office located on a corner near the entrance to the gym. Edd works as an assistant here before lunchtime. The office includes the normal stuff you would expect from a nurse's office such as medical supplies, student personnel files, a weight scale, medical supply organizers, a tongue depressor canister, a weight scale, and a large, cushioned table.
  • Room 212 - Room 212 is a fake classroom at Peach Creek Jr. High. In the episode "Out with the Old, In with the Ed," Ed, Edd and Eddy were all transferred to it for their homeroom. In reality, it is the girl's bathroom, where the Kanker Sisters used it to "teach" the Eds. They tricked the Eds into the room by signing a contract so they could switch home rooms. However, when Marie put in her room number, she put in the fake room 212. There is a mobile chalkboard and K+E in a heart on the mirror, probably standing for Kankers + Eds.

Clubs/Classes

  • Unknown Class - This was a class featured at the beginning of the episode "Cool Hand Ed." There wasn't anything in the classroom that specified it as a class that taught a specific subject. The class was a typical classroom with motivation posters and generic items that you would expect to see in a normal classroom. The teacher of this class is Ms. Borroz. It is possible that this is a math class considering Edd had a variety of rulers and the work in his book contained geometric shapes such as squares and circles. If not it could be a Homeroom Class.
  • Knitting Club - The Knitting Club first appeared in the episode "Truth or Ed" where Edd claimed the club didn't have any members due to a lack of interest. After the events of the episode, Eddy was forced to join the club as his punishment where he continues to knit the worlds largest doily. The classroom has desks, a sewing machine, and "knitting" themed posters on the walls.
  • The Happy Cluckers Club - The Happy Cluckers Club first appeared in the episode "A Fistful of Ed." The purpose of the club is for the students to care for hatching chicken eggs. As such, the classroom includes incubators to care for the hatching eggs. It also seems that Edd is in charge of the club. The club members include Ed, Sarah, Jimmy, Jonny 2x4, and Edd.
  • Wood Shop - Wood shop class first appeared in the episode "Mission Ed-Possible" and then in the episode "Cool Hand Ed." The class teaches how to craft things with wood. The classroom includes lockers, aprons, toolboxes, workbenches, shelves full of many different types of wood, glue, a table saw, and an industrial sized vacuum.
  • School Newspaper Room - This room first appeared in the episode "Truth or Ed." The room is where the school newspaper, The Peach Creek Jr. High Tattler, is printed. The room includes a large printing press, a copy machine, bookshelves, and desks. The wall of the room was damaged in the episode when "Bobby Blabby" (Eddy) broke the power switch on the printing press, setting it to "stupid fast," which caused it to shoot papers at the wall. There is also a banner above the door saying "The pen is mightier than sword".
  • Math Class - The Eds' math class first appeared in the episode "Mission Ed-Possible." The classroom is pretty basic, it includes desks, a bookshelf, a message board, and an "E=mc2" mug on the teacher's desk.
  • History Class - History Class briefly appeared in the episode "Mission Ed-Possible." Like the math class, this classroom looks basic. It has desks, a larger bookshelf, a globe, and a textbook marked "History" on the teacher's desk.
  • Cooking Class - The cooking class briefly appeared in the episode "Mission Ed-Possible." The class includes three long counters for the students to work on, a refrigerator, two ovens, cooking supplies and utensils, and many cupboards.
  • Botany - Botany is a class where students learn about plants and how to care for them. This class only appeared in the episode "A Fistful of Ed". The classroom includes a giant hedge, sacks of dirt, tables to experiment with plants, a mobile bookshelf, a TV, gardening tools, and many different plants.
  • Music - Music Class was only seen in the episode "Smile for the Ed." The classroom includes steps, sheet music stands, instrument cases, and a mechanical metronome. The members of the Peach Creek Band are Ed on saxophone, Edd on xylophone, Eddy on the triangle, Kevin on the drums, Rolf on the bagpipes, Nazz on the violin, Jonny on the sousaphone, and Plank on the banjo. All the members of the band play music out of the "Peach Creek Band" music book.
  • Art - Art Class first appeared in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Hanky Panky Hullabaloo and then in the episode "Smile for the Ed." The classroom includes a kiln, a bookshelf, a mobile chalkboard, cameras for photography, sculptures, easels, art supplies, multiple tables, a TV, and a printing press like machine.
  • Science - Science Class first appeared in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Hanky Panky Hullabaloo. The class room includes lab tables, a book on Anatomy, a model of the human skeletal system, sinks, a poster of the Periodic Table of the Elements, a model of the solar system, and various lab equipment such as test tubes, beakers, etc.
  • Drama Club - The Drama Club was only mentioned on a poster in the episode "Truth or Ed," but never seen. The Club is apparently organized by Mr. Toomey.
  • Yearbook Club - The Yearbook Club hasn't made an actual appearance in the show, it was only advertised on a poster in the hallway in the episode "Truth or Ed." It is run by Nurse Prowse.
  • Basic Computer Application - This class was mentioned by Rolf in the episode "Mission Ed-Possible," where he complains that he doesn't know how to use the typewriter. The class never appeared.
  • International Studies - This class was mentioned by Edd in the episode "No Speak Da Ed." The kids in this class all got an over-seas penpal to communicate and exchange gifts with as part of a project for the class.
  • Curling Club - A club mentioned in the episode "Truth or Ed." The supposed purpose of the club is to teach students how to play the sport of curling. The only people mentioned who were in this club was the girls curling team.
  • Basketball Team- A team mentioned in many episodes. The jersey colors consist of blue, orange, and white. Rolf, Jonny and Plank are on the team while Kevin acts as the team captain.

Appearances

There are only 19 episodes, 2 specials and a movie that feature PC Jr. High, and few have it for the whole episode (such include "Truth or Ed" and "Too Smart for His Own Ed").

Students

The usual cast of Kids is all we see usually, but the school seems to be too large to just be made for the usual kids. They all appear to be in sixth grade (except Jimmy and Sarah) according to their report cards as seen in the episode "Mission Ed-Possible." Medical records and classroom rosters with other students' names are to be found, as well as a surplus of lockers. You also see open books in the library and unfinished lunch trays in the cafeteria, implying that the kids are there at the school. We also hear other students in the episode "Cool Hand Ed," hear an unidentified locker close in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Hanky Panky Hullabaloo and see a silhouetted group of Peach Creek students in the episode "Tight End Ed." Even with all these unseen students going to the school the entire football team and its cheer squad are made up of the usual cast. This isn't a good thing either since out of the entire team only Kevin seems to be any good at the game. Ed was probably good given his strength but he was promoted to school mascot. Most of the boys at school are on the Peach Creek Cobblers football team. Jimmy and Sarah appear to be in the lower elementary part of the school. In the episode "All Eds Are Off" Jimmy appears to have a cubby more than a locker when he asks Jonny to do his math homework. Also in "Cool Hand Ed" Jimmy and Sarah appear to be in an arts and crafts with kid posters on the walls, so its shown to be a joint school between the junior high and elementary schools.

The Cul-de-Sac Kids

  • Ed - The Peach Creek Cobblers mascot (a slice of peach cobbler/pie) who was originally on the football team, school newspaper delivery boy, and the cause of multiple damages to the school along with Eddy.
  • Edd - The school's smartest kid who's also the nurse's assistant, editor-in-chief of the school newspaper, and was the school spelling bee champion seven years in a row (until Ed beat him by sheer luck). He's also known to do various jobs for the school principal. Despite his fear of athletics, he's on the football team and has been shown participating in gym class. Double D's also the president of the Happy Cluckers Club and the Safety Club, the latter of which no one but Jimmy wanted to join for years. He also plays the xylophone in the school band.
  • Eddy - Has been known to be a nuisance in class. Constantly gets grounded because of his antics at school. He's extremely bored with school, up to the point of where he tried to convince everyone that it was still summer vacation and to where he actually devises plans to escape school. He's also on the football team, but doesn't actually participate, claiming the only reason he joined the team is because he thinks the football uniform makes him look handsome. Also, the most reasons of multiple damages to the school. He's also the former editor of the school newspaper as one of his alter-egos, Bobby Blabby, and the only member of the knitting club (which he was forced to join as a punishment).
  • Sarah and Jimmy - Younger students and members of the school cheerleading squad. They attend class in a rarely seen elementary section of the school that's only identifiable because of the use of cubbyholes instead of lockers in the hallway.
  • Nazz - The head cheerleader on their school cheerleading squad who's also a P.E. teacher's assistant and plays violin in the school band.
  • Kevin - The extremely popular jock who's also the captain of the football and basketball teams, a P.E. teacher's assistant and hall monitor. Determined to get extra credit, Kevin gives false compliments to teachers in order to get good grades.
  • The Kanker Sisters - They usually skip out on classes by hiding in the boiler room, or waiting outside the principal's office. They've also been known to jeer at their own football team (until Ed became the new mascot).
  • Rolf - Seems to be the only one taking typewriting classes (which he despises). It also seems that he won the 6th grade science project competition. He's also a football and basketball player and report card delivery boy.
  • Jonny 2x4 - Possibly an average student (as in the episode "'Mission Ed-Possible" he got B's and C's on his report card thanks to some extra tutoring from Plank). He's also a member of the football and basketball teams.
  • Plank - Gives Jonny after-school tutoring, the water boy for the school football team and is a member of the Happy Cluckers Club.

Other Students

Here is a list of other students enrolled at Peach Creek Jr. High, but not actually seen.

  • Andrew
  • Angus
  • Antonucci
  • Avery
  • Beth
  • Betty
  • Big Jim
  • Dan
  • Danny
  • Diggs
  • James
  • Jim
  • John
  • Kylie
  • Lilly
  • Logan
  • Patrick
  • Peter
  • Philip
  • Picasso
  • Rambrandt
  • Raphael
  • Raven
  • Roth
  • Sabrina,
  • Simon
  • Sue
  • Venice
  • Zoe

Source: [1]

Known Faculty

  • Principal D. Antonucci
  • Assistant principal Jim Miller
  • Mr. Cathro- The Science Teacher
  • Ms. Borroz- The Homeroom Teacher
  • Mr. Toomey- Drama Club organizer.
  • Janitor
  • History Teacher
  • Music Teacher
  • Nurse Prowse- School nurse and Yearbook Club organizer.
  • Mrs. Smith- Math Teacher
  • Ms. Johnson

Cafeteria Menu

The menu is mostly seen in the episode "All Eds Are Off" and Ed, Edd n Eddy's Hanky Panky Hullabaloo.

Unlike normal cafeteria food, Peach Creek Jr. High offers a wide variety of meals that the kids have no problem downing. The following is a list of food served.

The students of the Peach Creek Jr. High are allowed to bring their own food to the cafeteria.

Damages Occurred to School

Note: These damages are usually caused by Ed and/or Eddy.

Trivia

  • The first appearance of Peach Creek Jr. High was in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Hanky Panky Hullabaloo though it was referred to as Peach Creek High and not Peach Creek Jr. High (visible in the gallery). The sign was later permanently changed to say "Peach Creek Jr. High" for the remainder of the series, though for some strange reason the printing on the school bus remains "Peach Creek High School".
  • Seasons 5 and 6 are the only seasons that the school was featured in.
  • When Ed is telling Eddy about Carl in the episode "Pick an Ed" the track and field has swapped places with the football field.
  • Apparently, there are woods surrounding the rear of the school and also there is a secret hangout spot called "The Pit" located in the woods.
  • The school has many posters including one for a Chess team which meets every Friday in the cafeteria.
  • One of the posters is entitled "Walk Don't Run". It is quite possible that this poster refers to the 1950s rock song.
  • In the Science classroom there is an eyeball submerged in a jar of liquid on a shelf labeled "Eye of Grunt". This is a shout-out to Danny Antonucci's previous show The Brother's Grunt.

Gallery

Peach Creek
Houses Ed and Sarah's HouseEdd's HouseEddy's HouseJimmy's HouseJonny's HouseKankers' TrailerKevin's HouseNazz's HouseThe Old Abandoned HouseRolf's House
Residential areas Construction SiteThe Cul-de-SacPark n' Flush
Community The Candy StoreThe FactoryThe JunkyardPeach Creek Community PoolPeach Creek Jr. HighThe PlaygroundThe Swimming HoleThe WoodsLih's Supply Co.The Kitchen ShopDanny's Meat ShopCafé FondueLaundromatJava HutThe Econo Company
Other The CreekThe LaneMountain RangeThe SewersThe Peach OrchardThe WorldThe Pit
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