Ardsley Union Free School District is a top rated, public school district located in Ardsley, NY. It has 2,032 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 74% of students are at least proficient in math and 72% in reading.
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Ardsley Union Free School District Reviews
The ardsley school district has prepared me for college. It has various offerings of AP and honors classes to prepare me. I was also able to take interesting electives such as film studies, human physiology, and sports and society. The teachers are amazing. They only want you to succeed. There are various resources for your access if you are struggling in a class. I like how small the town is, you get to know everyone really well. This close knit town has helped me grow as a student and as a person.
Ardsley is a great choice to start your education if you want to feel prepared for college. Teachers are generally helpful, and they will gladly spend time with you after school going over material if you need help. It's a very friendly, safe community with a good level of competitiveness to push you to do your best. There is also a solid selection of extracurricular activities. However, Ardsley can feel a bit restrictive sometimes. Unless you are part of an academic club or organization, overnight trips for other types of clubs and groups were recently cancelled indefinitely. It can also be difficult for students to get new ideas approved by the administration, so students don't get as much of a say in their school life as they would like.
The school district is decent, diversity needs to be increased and the teaching styles need to accommodate the increase in diversity. Other than that the school did a good job preparing it's students for college in terms of how to apply and course work.