Regional School District No. 4 is a highly rated, public school district located in Deep River, CT. It has 912 students in grades 7-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 10 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 75% in reading.
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Regional School District No. 4 Reviews
When I came to valley from another school district I was welcomed with open arms. I was very nervous and scared to go into a complete different environment. Coming from a catholic school into a public school, I look back now as a senior seeing how silly it was. I consider everybody there my friends and I have many. The teachers here at valley prepare me for college and to start a new chapter in my life. They prepare all the students here for ever endeavor that a students path may take them. I know from my experience that the teachers drive you and get the best out of you. I can’t enough about how the school is and how being at the school with it teachers and academics prepare me for future success. It a home away from home.
Every school within the Region 4 District has an incredibly friendly learning environment that allows students to excel as the best version of themselves. I believe it is this nurturing and safe feeling given to students from Kindergarten up that allows students to have such eclectic interests and make such diverse plans after High School.
Overall, I like district 4 very much-- however, the general school environment, especially at John Winthrop Middle School and Valley Regional High School is poor due to excessive levels of bullying. This effects the overall quality of the experiences of students at school in a negative way, and this extends to outside areas.