Haverhill Public Schools is a public school district located in Haverhill, MA. It has 7,467 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 37% of students are at least proficient in math and 41% in reading.
Haverhill Public Schools Rankings
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Haverhill Public Schools Reviews
My experience at Haverhill High School was fairly decent although lacked in some departments. I had negative experiences in math my 4 years of high school, as I struggle in this department I felt as though the help I needed was not present and I felt as though I did not have teachers willing to help me. At the school I felt to be surrounded by a large amount of kids who lacked motivation making it frustrating to be in class with them. Aside from this I had many teachers specifically in the English and Science departments passionate about their teaching and willing to help their student succeed.
At Haverhill High School I have thoroughly enjoyed some aspects of my time here. The after school activities are engaging and some of the teachers have made a huge impact. I have made quite a few friends and have memories I can take with me for the rest of my life. However, there are some aspects of HHS that I did not like. The food was average at best, and some of the teachers should not still be teaching after events in past years. I also think that the school would benefit from fixing the bathrooms and opening them to the students. They also should make resources more available to the students.
I attended Haverhill schools my whole life and now my daughter with special needs has been attending for 5 years. Other than the changing hands of superintendents and the changes that came with that, it has been great for my daughter. When me moved out of the city to a new city, they couldn’t compete with the thorough IEP and opted to keep her in Haverhill.