Garnet Valley School District is a top rated, public school district located in Glen Mills, PA. It has 4,753 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 70% of students are at least proficient in math and 86% in reading.
Elementary Schools in Garnet Valley School District
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Garnet Valley School District Reviews
I’ve been to tons of different schools before, this is honestly the best school. I can’t think of how this district could get any better! The food is restaurant quality, the teachers are amazing and always develop rapports with their students. The students are all kind to one another and non-judgemental. It doesn’t matter your race, age, sexuality, background, culture, every one is one big family in the award-winning Garnet Valley
Garnet Valley offers a great education and has a beautiful campus! The teachers are very experienced and are always there to stay after if you need extra help. In addition, the school is very safe. There is always a several security guards patrolling the campus to ensure our safety. Also, the amount of after school activities is outstanding. The list never ends, from lacrosse all the way to robotics club.
I am so grateful for Garnet Valley and the opportunities it has presented me. This school has really done so much for me and its many students. This year my family had to move, but I loved GV and all of my friends, sports, and activities. A good friend of mine is letting me live with her while I finish up senior year and my parents moved off to another state. I am so grateful that I stayed because I know I am getting a good education and I am being set up for success when I head off to college. My brother graduated a few years before me although he moved to another state for his senior year to earn in state tuition among other reasons. He told me he really regretted it because the school he ended up at, was so easy he felt he had learned nothing, he said he wasted an entire school year to relearn everything has already been taught.