New York Mills Union Free School District is an above average, public school district located in New York Mills, NY. It has 566 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
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New York Mills Union Free School District Reviews
New York Mills Jr./Sr. High School has been my home for almost 13 years. It is a small school which provides for students in grades K-12. I have had the honor of attending a school where all of the faculty and staff are friendly and considerate. Every teacher is qualified and truly cares for his or her students. They accommodate for their students and are optimistic leaders. New York Mills offers a variety of extracurricular activities and academic options, which is impressive for its size. The environment is welcoming and each person feels at home. Of course, there are a few negative aspects to a small school such as the lack of diversity and a low number of athlete participants; however, each student encourages his or her peers to strive for success.
I have loved being a part of the New York Mills Union Free School District. It is a very small school and that allows for everyone to know everyone, which is good for me. I value close relationships highly and by being part of this small school, its easy to form close bonds with classmates, teachers, and coaches. My teachers and coaches have always been extremely supportive of the students in New York Mills and that allows for a community that is very close knit.
I would like the board of education to stop pushing their good faculty away. There are constant changes the school, and nobody is willing to try - they only replace and change. It is unfair to the students and the faculty. Similarly, the cafeteria took too long to build and displaced too many teachers and students.