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Glassboro School District is a public school district located in Glassboro, NJ. It has 2,009 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 28% of students are at least proficient in math and 37% in reading.
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Glassboro School District Reviews
Glassboro public schools like any, can use improvement. The athletic department each year is getting less and less participants. The less participants in sports causes leads to bad program, which doesn't help the students who want to play those sports. Having bad athletic programs with coaches who don't strive to make the players better makes the school overall look poorly. The teachers are always looking out for the students and try their best to prepare for college. The advisors at the school were always good at helping the students in any way, especially with their college search.
I am from Texas, so coming to a different part of that country took some adjusting, but I like the amount of trees and how close Philadelphia was. I do wish there was more outreaches for Hispanic communities. I came from a very diverse area, and I found that this area and the school district was predominantly white. None the less I enjoyed studying in a place that was affordable to me.
Glassboro public schools not only provide students with a diverse community but make it their duty to build relationships with their students, as if they were their own children. The faculty truly wants students to exceed the average expectations. They not only push students but actually demonstrate with examples of how to overcome obstacles that the individual child may encounter.