Education is a high priority in Eagle as is evidenced by its variety of advanced education facilities, forefront teaching methods, and student success. Of Eagle residents aged 25 and older, 96% are high school graduates or better and 49% have a Bachelors Degree or higher. Eagle is within the West Ada School District and is home to one high school (Eagle High School, opened 1995), one alternative high school (Eagle Academy), one middle school (Eagle Middle School), and three elementary schools (Eagle Elementary School of the Arts, Eagle Hills Elementary School, and Seven Oaks Elementary School). Seven Oaks provides a year-around option for students in grades K-5. There is one Kindergarten through 8th grade math and science magnet (Galileo Math & Science Magnet). There are also two charter schools (North Star Charter School, Rolling Hills Charter School), one Seventh-Day Christian school, and one private arts school (Fresco Arts Academy).

Eagle High School

Eagle Academy

Eagle Middle School

Eagle Elementary School of the Arts

Eagle Hills Elementary School

Seven Oaks Elementary School

Galileo Stem Academy

North Star Charter School

Rolling Hills Public Charter School

Idaho Fine Arts Academy

Eagle Adventist Christian School and Preschool

Montessori preschool and elementary