Greater Egg Harbor Regional High School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Mays Landing, NJ. It has 3,312 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 20% of students are at least proficient in math and 38% in reading.
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Greater Egg Harbor Regional High School District Reviews
My four years spent at absagami highschool were amazing. I was a student athlete which paved the way for some incredible relationships with my coaches and my peers. I played basketball and field hockey, field hockey was my true love. My coaches were very encouraging always pushing me to be my best on and off the field. through sports I was able to learn a lot about myself as an athlete and a person. I learned strength and perseverance, I learned hard work always pays off, and the biggest lesson of all, never give up. As far as my peers my team mates we were very much family always there to encourage one another, lift each other up , be there for one another these have become my closest friendships. As far as academics at absagami I thrived academically with the help of our great teaching staff and I feel college ready. Absagami gave me all the learning tools I need to be successful in college . I am very excited for the next step in my life. The possibilities are endless.
I had a great experience! The people and faculty were great! The athletics are a lot of fun to watch and to also play. It is academically challenging and gave me experience for college I needed.
I moved into GEHRHSD the summer before my freshman year, and all was well; students and teachers were happy, and the school was great. Entering my junior year, the new superintendent was voted in and the happiness diminished. Students didn't want to go to school anymore, teachers were constantly on strike, and our entire school was thrown for a loop. Thankfully, I graduated without having to deal with the superintendent anymore, but I hope changes will be made soon in regards to current students and teachers.