Haddon Township School District is an above average, public school district located in Westmont, NJ. It has 2,036 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 45% of students are at least proficient in math and 58% in reading.
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Haddon Township School District Reviews
There is a significant lack of higher-up/administrative support for students, especially in the Middle School. HT has amazing art departments, especially in theater and music, and I wish more attention was given to these artistically talented students by faculty other than the teachers. In my time as a student, I believe I took full advantage of the opportunities presented to me, but the school seems to care more about students like myself and less about students who were less successful or less naturally ambitious. The school needs to be more proactive in caring for all of its students.
being a senior (Class of 2020), I have spent my entire career in the school. the teachers want to see you succeed, as does all the staff. they are friendly, they want to get to know you! being a smaller school (at my time only about 630 students total) teachers know you by name, you aren't just another student, you are YOU. The administration isn't some far off elusive entity, the principal, and vice-principals actively walk around and interact with students and staff. teachers are almost always available before or after school for extra help.
It's a pretty good school district teachers are great! It's a really good place for athletes and theater! I would've liked to see more put into other visual arts but that's definitely not the teachers faults at all they're amazing teachers! Another thing I'd like to see change is for teachers to actually do something about the troublesome kids, I knew at least like 2 kids that probably should've been expelled or something but weren't so, but again that's more a problem with the administration!