Central Regional School District is a public school district located in Bayville, NJ. It has 2,002 students in grades 7-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 32% of students are at least proficient in math and 39% in reading.
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Central Regional School District Reviews
The connection with some of the teachers was great! Parent communication could be improved. Overall a great school district. There were plenty of clubs to join. I wish there was an after school opportunity for the students to use their beautiful breezeway. The kids were accepting and wonderful to work with. School plays were great. Central was a positive experience.
I had a rather pleasant experience at central regional high school. This school district offered various activities, clubs, and sports that appealed to the general students. Teachers were willing to help with various problems and extra help as long as you put in the effort. the coaches were always willing to push you to do your best and really assisted me in becoming the best athlete I could be. My only concern with the school is with the technology they rarely strived for. I know it’s an expensive subject but I rarely saw any attempts in bringing in any advancements in the tech department which is pretty important in this time and age.
Central Regional High School is a great place to spend your high school years. With their friendly staff to help make learning fun and the students encouraging other to do their best, it really makes high school an enjoyable place. The sports teams at Central Regional High School is very competitive but loves to have fun throughout all sports. The only think I would like to see change at Central would be to add more parking spots for students and faculty.