Lower Moreland Township School District is a top rated, public school district located in Huntingdon Valley, PA. It has 2,263 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 69% of students are at least proficient in math and 85% in reading.
Lower Moreland Township School District Rankings
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Lower Moreland Township School District Reviews
I came to Lower Moreland School District in 6th grade and it was the greatest decision of my life. I was immediately greeted with warm welcomes and a variety of classes and electives that I could enjoy and thrive in. Throughout my time in Lower Moreland Township School District, I have been so grateful to meet and be educated by the greatest teachers I’ve ever had. They’ve presented ambition in their respective subjects and fields of study and have been very helpful and encouraging to students eager to learn and improve in class. I’ve had the best academic career I could’ve had in Lower Moreland, and I couldn’t be happier. One thing I’d like to improve would be diversity and perhaps adding a few more clubs, despite the great variety of extracurricular activities.
I have been a part of Lower Moreland Township's School Districts since kindergarten and have had a great experience. The teachers in our district are understanding, helpful, and so much more. The school spirit is great for such a small school and the community is extremely involved because the township/school district hosts lots of fundraisers and events. Some things that I would like to see change are how the building is decorated. It needs some easy repairs and the hallways should be more colorful. Also, they should open up the two outdoor seating areas.
The whole public school district has a very good academic curriculum that really helps students prepare for college and a professional career. The lack of diversity in the school district permeates into the way the administration handles career readiness. Since working class families aren't well represented in the district, the school doesn't well prepare students that aren't ready for a college future to enter a different job field such, as a trade. Teachers are well invested in each students' well being, for the most part.