Elizabeth Public Schools is a public school district located in Elizabeth, NJ. It has 26,461 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 26% of students are at least proficient in math and 40% in reading.
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Elizabeth Public Schools Reviews
What I appreciate about Elizabeth Public Schools is the number of teachers dedicated to support their students and to always have every student engaged in the class. As a student who is trying to get most out of learning something everyday I feel that Elizabeth Public Schools brings teachers who motivate students to learn and to reach their goals. What I would like to see improve is better facilities for some schools that still use old facilities to change to newer facilities like labs, classrooms, and libraries in schools.
Elizabeth Public Schools is a great school system, and provides students with a friendly environment to learn in. The school system was very poor back in 2007 however, over the years they have improved significantly. Despite, it being a rough and neighborhood at times, the school system is really helping the students in providing the right resources and tools to create successful students with successful lives.
Overall, I've had a good experience at Elizabeth Public Schools. However, there are some changes I'd like to see, in reference to high schools. The high schools in the Elizabeth Public School district conducted many college tours/visits. However, they only allowed students who were in the top 50 or top 20. This didn't give much help to students who barely missed the mark or those who were struggling and couldn't go on college trips on their own. I feel as though Elizabeth High Schools should take that into consideration.