North Shore Central School District Reviews
The environment mixed with the brilliant teachers and helpful staff create a school experience that is worth remembering. There are a wide variety of high level courses that allow for students to choose the level of academics they wish to study. The music program at NSHS is excellent and, I would say, one of the best a high school can offer. Athletics are one of north shores strong points, and we take pride in the athletics that are offered. There is so much school pride that you can feel throughout the school and this creates a bond with the teachers and students that you cannot find at any other high school.
Amazing school district most caring teachers. They really go out of there way and care about their students
North Shore was a great school with amazing resources to support all students. Food was great. Theater and music program was very strong.
Over the years that I have been enrolled in North Shore Schools, they have usually kept my best interest at heart. If some type of class setting did not work out for me then they would change it for the next year. One of the best people on staff is Ms. Christie. She would always have great suggestions on how to improve whatever happened to be troubling me. Of course, the food could be a little better.
I really like the systems and technology they have in the district, but they could improve on some subjects that they teach to broaden the spectrum and reach more people.
I feel the teachers really care about each individual child. Everyone is always there for you whether you need extra help in class , just a question or help with a personal issue.
Overall, I absolutely adore the school district. We have been very pleased with our son's education, the faculty and the overall community.
I really enjoy my highs school. The atmosphere is really great for learning and I have had great teachers for the most part. There is little diversity but I like the sense of community in the school. Everyone knows everyone e
Both socially and academically I struggled at North Shore. I couldn't fit in with materialistic values these kids seemed to have when I moved in elementary school. 97.9% of the district is white, entitled and spoiled. I gave 1 star for diversity instead of N/A because one year an Asian family moved to the district which was a culture shock to these people. High school was by far the worst-It's very clear the teachers in regents classes don't care about you. They're there to get paid and very few actually care about their students. The administration did the best they could and really tried to work to make the school better. The one good thing about NS is most of the funding and money goes towards athletics. Parents pour money into the Booster Club which supports varsity sports so the athletics is a plus- we do have an award winning cross country team that is really fabulous. The drama department/club is also worth mentioning. Sports and the Arts are heavily sponsored at North Shore.
The schools have a very intimate environment. The schools are extremely diverse. The lunch and breakfast program is very good with a variety of nutritional foods. There are many engaging trips. The teachers are qualified and helpful.
My elementary experience was okay. They changed programs a lot so I didn't feel my early education was good. When I attended North Shore Middle and High School I felt my education was great. I took technology courses for seven years. I was able to double up on History and English. Those are my favorite subjects. I was able to get help in the math and writing labs if I needed it. I also received a Merit award every year for community service. North Shore is very focused on community service and instilling leadership skills in their students. Overall my experience was very good. I got into the top three schools that I applied to.
Being a part of North Shore School District has had an amazing impact on my life. I could not imagine growing up anywhere else. The teachers, students and close knit community make this an incredible district.