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North Arlington School District is an above average, public school district located in North Arlington, NJ. It has 1,869 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 41% of students are at least proficient in math and 61% in reading.
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North Arlington School District Reviews
North Arlington High School administration loves to fool everyone into the illusion that they care about their student. I'm not talking about the teachers, they were one of the only things getting these kids through each year. I'm talking about the administration. They spent too much of their budget on things like new entrance signs, flatscreen TVs, and anything that give outsiders the impression that this is a quality school. They dont care about the arts (visual, musical, etc.) Or anything that the students ACTUALLY care about. Compared to other New Jersey towns (that are ranked even LOWER than NAHS) they lack the extracurricular activities and elective classes that aid students to figure out what they want to do after high school and are therefore stuck trying to figure it out themselves or enter college undecided. They also DO NOT prepare students for college. Within the first 3 months of the Fall 2014 semester, 23% of my graduating class (NAHS co' 2014) dropped out of college.
North Arlington Schools are great! I am graduating this year and going to college with a very generous scholarship. I owe it all to my teachers who took care of me like family, guiding me, listening to my thoughts and dreams. The number of students are small enough for teachers and staff to know their students well.
The district overall provides many opportunities for students to thrive and have fun while learning. They especially provide for the upperclassmen who are in need of out-of-school experience. The staff and board are really in it for the students and show their care and support in many ways.