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Northeastern Clinton Central School District is an above average, public school district located in Champlain, NY. It has 1,371 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 63% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
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Northeastern Clinton Central School District Reviews
The Administration at the time, and currently did NOT take control of bullying, whatsoever. If you moved and we’re unknown you were an outcast. Administration did not make attending school pleasant to say the least. But, the teachers were helpful when needed. There were sports and extracurricular activities. Also, there was no diversity. There were only a very few people of minority races when I graduated. I wish I would have been able to live in a more diverse area.
What I like about Northeastern is the personality the school itself has. The faculty and staff are very personable for the most part. What I would like to see change us the enforcement in the dress code as well as way students are treated by other students as well as some teachers. I would like to see the students who aren't the sports players or involved in special clubs get just as much attention as the popular athletes and national honor Society students. There needs to be equal contribution on all ends. Students, faculty and staff.
Most of the staff are nice, but can sometimes be ineffective in controlling students. Some classes especially are not taught well and are mostly self study, which can be pretty hard for students who aren't used to that. The food quality can be pretty poor most days, with the the meat being either over or undercooked a lot of the time.