Millville School District is a public school district located in Millville, NJ. It has 5,395 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 17% of students are at least proficient in math and 29% in reading.
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Millville School District Reviews
In all of my years in the Millville School District, from being a kindergartner to a senior in high school, I have always felt like I was truly cared for and supported. The sense of togetherness that this district provides is obvious in not only my academics, but also my athletics and in my entire community. Whenever I have struggled in school, I've had plenty of options within the staff who I know will genuinely be concerned and help in any way possible. On the basketball court, I always know that when I look into the stands, or when I am walking down the hallway the day after the game, I will be flooded with support. My school also constantly provides my peers and I with volunteer opportunities within our community - encouraging us to help out and enjoy ourselves while doing so.
Millville Senior High School was an average school. The teachers always worked to make sure you achieved your goals and if you needed them, they were there. The teachers actually used some of their spare time to help students and tutor them if need be. They were always nice and respectful. The overall school was very diverse. Everywhere you looked, there was a person of another culture. People could be who they were without being judged. The school also had security guards so I knew we were always safe and watched over. One thing I would change about the school; however, would be the food. They need to find a different variety or place for food.
Just an average high school experience. Some teachers are good, and others are not. The school is in a very poor district and had limited technology for students. We basically had to use our phones to do anything. They desperately need to upgrade their laptops and student devices. They were undergoing a massive reconstruction and expansion project during my junior and senior years. That was not fun. The guidance department is understaffed for the number of students.