Kingsway Regional School District is an above average, public school district located in Woolwich Twp., NJ. It has 2,655 students in grades 7-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 40% of students are at least proficient in math and 49% in reading.
213 Kings Highway
Woolwich Twp., NJ 08085
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Kingsway Regional School District Reviews
While attending Kingway there were a variety of clubs and activities to become involved in that allowed me to make friends that shared similar interests. Over the course of high school and middle school almost every single teacher I had was extremely accommodating and willing to go the extra mile to help a student out and see them succeed. There are a variety of electives and classes to choose from although they do push students into STEM related fields. The facilities are nice although items like the track are a bit run down. Overall, Kingsway offered me a lot of various opportunities and was both a good high school and middle school.
Kingsway Regional of course has drama and cliques like every other highschool, but for me Kingsway is more then a highschool. Its a place for me to be who i am and to feel like i have a voice. The teachers are most of the time happy to help and most teachers will talk to you about anything. I've had some od my best memories at Kway and im so honered and happy to be a dragon.
Few years ago SMART schedule was implemented which gave more class time and an almost 1-hour lunch. This was done by reducing daily classes to six classes a day, putting the total eight classes on a rotating schedule. I have enjoyed the lunch period as I have time to make up tests, ask teachers for help, and attend clubs and activities.