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Collingswood Public School District is an above average, public school district located in Collingswood, NJ. It has 2,135 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 42% of students are at least proficient in math and 56% in reading.
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Collingswood Public School District Reviews
I have had wonderful caring teachers every year at Collingswood High School. From the Principal to the custodial staff, I have received kindness, help and friendship. The opportunities I have received have prepared me to excel in the workplace and hopefully in college. I have enjoyed contributing to the rebuilding of the TV studio and auditorium. Having the chance to research and bid on the audio and production equipment and specialty lighting has sparked my interest in audio engineering and technology.
Collingswood Public Schools are a great place to learn! As I have attended elementary, middle, and high school in this district, I am pleased to say that the experience is quite remarkable. The schools are full of energy, loving staff, and they make a great learning environment. From academics to athletics, any child can grow while attending Collingswood Public Schools! I am sad to say that as I go on to college, I will truly miss being a Collingswood student.
The teachers are really helpful and accessible if there is something I need help with. The extra educational programs that other schools in the area don't have. Twilight for at risk kids and disabled programs from preschool to high school and beyond, 18 to 21 year old program.