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Clearview Regional High School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Mullica Hill, NJ. It has 2,297 students in grades 7-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 54% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
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Clearview Regional High School District Reviews
I love Clearview and I am glad that I spent my high school years here. If there is a thing you're interested in, you can find it here and if not, it's not too hard to start something. The teachers and administrators within the HS (principal, vice-principals, etc.) are fantastic and really care about the students. The District administration is not as good or in touch with the student body, so they make decisions that aren't the best and have negative repercussions on students (i.e., the testing schedule). The school culture is pretty good as people have lots of spirit and are nice, but you do have to watch out for some ignorant people. However, there are many clubs (some of which I'm involved in) that are fighting social ignorance with education, so the climate is improving. There definitely has been a shift of more inclusiveness over the past few years. Overall, I do think Clearview is one of the best schools in South Jersey to attend and would definitely recommend!
At the time of writing this, I am a senior at Clearview Regional High School. My time at Clearview was both very beneficial in regards to education and but lacking in making students feel prepared for college, and this isn't coming from someone who doesn't hand in their required work. I am in the class of 2020, the ones where they were quarantined, and even though the difficult challenge of creating online classes within a few weeks of the COVID-19 outbreak closing all schools in the state there was a functional schedule for teachers and students. Little diversity, but some. Ample selection of mediocre sports teams, great musicals/performing art, amazing teachers, well-kept grounds, mostly-clean interior, out-performing state standardized testing. This school is one of 2 or 3 local schools worth sending your kids to, it is just in an insanely high property tax zone.
Clearview is an excellent place which does an extremely great job at providing the resources necessary for you to succeed. The math and science departments are superb and AP classes are very available. It is also easy to get involved in after school clubs and sports and explore the arts in the outstanding choral program. My years here are going by fast and I do not want them to end! Once a pioneer, always a pioneer.