Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District Reviews
During my time in the school district, I have found an accepting community that has provided me with countless opportunities. The district is very inclusive and has provided a safe environment as well as a great education.
great teachers who genuinely care, lots of academic opportunities, and prepared me very well for going to college. BRRSD staff truly want to see their students succeed in the real world and it shows.
The teacher and staff are very attentive and care about students academic success. They're are a variety of resources that the school provides in order to make the learning process easier and more efficient.
This school is academically rigorous, if you do not stay on top of your work it may be hard to keep up. Nevertheless, I really enjoyed my time here, this school is a great college prep school.
Teachers here genuinely care about their students and want them to succeed. Here, education is seen as a tool to better themselves and the lives of others. Even though education is stressed upon the students, extra-curricular activities are also supported tremendously. After-school clubs and sports teams give students a nurturing environment and allow students to be themselves. Of course, there is always room for improvement. The community doesn’t really focus too much on the arts. If the school created more opportunities to showcase the art departments, then there could be more fundraisers for the arts. Overall, Bridgewater-Raritan School District is a great learning environment that prepares students for college and the real world.
Students can receive a good education, as there are many opportunities in choosing the types of classes that tailor what they would like to do in the future. The extra-curricular activities/ sports are excellent. Administrators are often out for their students and create ridiculous standards and school policies.
I attend Bridgewater-Raritan Highschool and I am currently a sophmore. I took mostly honors classes freshman year, and they are extremely rigorous. The school is very focused on academics, and sports. This school may or may not be for you.
The high school offers a number of extra curricular activities to choose from. Many of the teachers go above and beyond to help their students. The amount of academic classes there are to choose from is extraordinary.
Bridgewater Raritan High School is a school that will challenge its students academically to succeed and reach a high level of education and ability, however, the workload can amount to be overwhelming. The school has excellent sports and club opportunities aswell, there are many openings for students to get involved.
Great faculty for the upper level classes (AP, Honors). Faculty knowledge/commitment level is inferior in the regular level classes however.
Bridgewater Raritan is an amazing experience! The campus itself is very enticing, and the academic rigour is definitely an advantage to many students looking for adequate college preparation. The teachers put in their time and effort to make sure that their students can be the best that they can be, and this dedication is what helps students thrive the most.
I really appreciated the time and help that teachers were willing to put in. But I would prefer to see the counselor student connection to improve.
excellent school, very good acadimics, Teachers are vey hard working and knowledgable. sports are good, plenty ofnopportunities for kids to play leaderships role in club.
This school district helps prepare you for any higher education, or just high school education. They are always there to help you whenever you need it. Also, many of the teachers are very friendly and understanding.
Bridgwater-Raritan school district is an excellent school system that challenges students to be the best they can be. It's a fairly large school that allows for everyone to find at least one friend with common interest. There are many clubs and sports so everyone can find something to do.
BR prepare students for college, just about every graduating senior attends a 4year college. The town does have several elementary schools,(7 to be exact), 2 intermediate schools (grades 5&6) and one very large middle and high school. But students do an excellent job of making friends, finding their niche , and succeeding if everything from instrumental..to sports..to drama, whatever there Niche is .... the only downfall is it can take a while to get from home to school since there is a large population of students and therefore buses galore on the roads , and kindergarten is only 1/2 day.
My experience is okay and I did enjoy most classes in my sophmore and senior year. My favorite classes are math,science, and reading.