Harborfields Central School District is a top rated, public school district located in Greenlawn, NY. It has 3,179 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 71% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
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Harborfields Central School District Reviews
amazing faculty! teachers will do anything for the best interests of their students. education isnt their number one priority at harborfields , the growth and development of every individual student into the amazing adult they will become is the absolute goal for every member of hfs staff. however, the students are very cliquey. everyone seems very friendly at first, but cyber bullying is one of hfs biggest issue. along with issues; the security and overall safety aspect is lacking. the food is also horrendous; except for the cafeteria muffins which are a 10/10, highly recommend. there is little funding into STEM programs or the arts, but lots of AP courses are available. harborfields teachers deserve an award for going a step further into solidifying their student’s futures.
I enjoyed the overall atmosphere the school has created where the faculty encourages students to follow their dreams. Harborfields offers many programs and clubs for all students to be involved in something. For example, I had a great experience over my four years being on the Robotics team. In my Junior year we went all the way to the nationals and it was an awesome experience. I also feel the classes are challenging and the school curriculum truly prepares you for college.
Washington Drive Primary school required a much needed change in leadership. The lack of defined leadership during my child's time there was less than desirable. Many parents, including myself, felt unwelcome. Some teachers' attitudes could certainly use a makeover. Hopefully with new leadership in place, the experience for parents and children alike will be a more pleasant one than I experienced.