Englewood Public School District is a public school district located in Englewood, NJ. It has 2,962 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 22% of students are at least proficient in math and 48% in reading.
Englewood Public School District Rankings
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Englewood Public School District Reviews
The experiences I’ve had at Dwight Morrow high school were the best of times and the worst of times. The one thing all students would agree on would be how horrible the school was as a whole. With little to no help with anything and the constant change in rules and administration it never felt like a real high school. Our school has been on the news on many different occasions for very negative stories. New staff are constantly quitting or being terminated for past or current corrupt acts committed while working at Dwight Morrow meanwhile seniors aren’t getting the education we deserve and we are forced to help ourselves. The only great thing I could say about the school we have great school counselors, well some.
Overall, the DMAE Campus offers a lot of diversity and opportunities for its students. However, the administration is very disorganized and they dismiss problems brought up by their teachers or students. Despite students going to numerous board meetings and addressing our concerns, nothing ever gets fixed.
The Englewood Public School District is most known for its diversity and it's care for students. My experience there was average but I expected better teachers. If I were to change something about my district, it would be a more certified faculty. Also, more college readiness and a focus on what it takes to get into a college of one's liking.