Manhasset Union Free School District is a top rated, public school district located in Manhasset, NY. It has 3,318 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 84% of students are at least proficient in math and 79% in reading.
Manhasset Union Free School District Rankings
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Manhasset Union Free School District Reviews
As a member of a minority, I would love to have more friends with similar backgrounds. Of course it's not the color of their skin that matters, it's the fact that I'm most comfortable with the culture I grew up with, and that I'm most easily relaxed and the most calm when surrounded with familiar traditions and customs. Lately, I've heard that more the school is becoming more diverse as people of all different backgrounds trickle in from neighboring towns, and it lifts my spirits to hear it. I want to attend a school where no one feels like a minority, and everyone feels like they have a place where they belong. The mental health of students is crucial to their academic performance, so if someone doesn't feel that they fit in, or belong, at the school, then they're more likely to perform worse than if they had a welcoming environment where they felt safe and at ease.
The teachers here are very motivating and will help you whenever you need. The school atmosphere is welcoming and everyone, including faculty members are super friendly.
Only reason Manhasset does not score much higher is its low diversity score. It receives an A+ in every other category. Manhasset is a great school district that should be ranked among the very best in New York. The importance/benefit of diversity is subjective and varies from parent to parent. It is certainly not something within the school's control and so I'm not convinced it should be given such weight in the scoring. If you compare Manhasset to the top ranked school (Great Neck) the only area Great Neck scores higher than Manhasset is in diversity.