Mount Olive Township School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Flanders, NJ. It has 4,631 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 60% of students are at least proficient in math and 82% in reading.
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Mount Olive Township School District Reviews
Wonderful school and staff support! I have attended Mt Olive School district since Kindergarten. The teachers in my elementary days were wonderful they always pushed me and would not accept nothing less from me. My mother was very involved and I always saw her presence at my school. I have always done sports, but sports were not offered until middle school. Our district has pretty outstanding sport facilities as well.
I love when the town comes together for sports. Nothing is better than Friday Night lights and watching the Marauders play some good old fashion football. The environment around the school is nothing like you've ever experience when you go to a high school. The teachers are very welcoming and push you to be the best you can be and get you to that college level readiness. The academics within the Mount Olive School district is the best it has ever been. With tests like the AP exams and PARCC testing have never been so high. Diversity, and clubs within the school are a very strong factor in Mount Olive. All of the volunteering and fundraising that is done is through the clubs and the diversity of people within those clubs. Mount Olive has always been such a strong, intellectual, and compassionate district and nothing compares to the mighty Marauders!
I liked the courses offered to us and the campus itself. I felt college ready after leaving. I personally took AP courses like AP chemistry, physics, spanish, language and composition, and calculus. I received credit for some, and was able to skip these courses in college. For the ones I did not get credit, I was still able to apply the college level knowledge I gained while taking these courses to do well. I feel that the high school prepared me in terms of academics because of the AP courses that were offered. In addition, there was a large variety of extracurriculars offered which of those I was involved in robotics, DECA, and volleyball. The combination of my academics and extracurriculars really helped me succeed when applying to colleges and in college itself because I felt more prepared than my classmates who did not take these courses. I think Mount Olive was overall a good school that has a lot of opportunities for students to leverage if they wanted to.