Edison Township School District is a top rated, public school district located in Edison, NJ. It has 15,139 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 61% of students are at least proficient in math and 72% in reading.
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Edison Township School District Reviews
The Edison Township School District offers a rigorous curriculum for students depending on the student's grades. However, the districts heavy emphasis on examination makes the learning process in this district very tiresome and not engaging what so ever. Besides academics, the school is very diverse and has many clubs to make students feel a part of the school community. Students are allowed to play any of the available sports like tennis, soccer, track, baseball, softball, and etc. Also, the band program at both schools are very advanced and earn national recognition as marching band and jazz ensembles.
Edison High School consists of a diverse community; therefore, every individual feels like he or she is apart of a bigger family. All the teachers are willing to aid students in their journey to a successful future. Edison High School offers various clubs and activities for students to make the best of their high school career. Most importantly, every member of the Edison High School community maintains that eagle pride!
Most teachers seem to be well educated. Others, well, they teach directly from the book and ask students to read the textbook when asked a question they cannot answer. A lot of teachers "borrow" test/quiz questions from online sources and other teachers in the district who are clearly doing their job right. Overall, students have a very strong motivational drive to be the best in their classes. (Sometimes this may involve *ahem* borrowing answers and hw.) All academic teachers I have encountered whom have been working in the school district for a long time are teachers who know their stuff, can help their students, and try to form a wonderful student-teacher relationship. The newer teachers... seem as troubled as freshmen. It's great. -_- However, not all teachers fall under this category.