Robbinsville Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Robbinsville, NJ. It has 3,004 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 53% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
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Robbinsville Public Schools Reviews
School was enjoyable here. The education was fairly good, although I do wish the math department was a bit more aggressive, delving deeper into calculus. I also have qualms with the "Physics first" methodology that their science department follows, but overall this small public school system offers a great wealth of knowledge to its students. The high school is beautifully designed and always pristine, and I enjoyed the block scheduling immensely. The students are granted more liberty than the typical student, I believe, but consequently also more responsibility. The student body may have been small, but the choices in classes was far from it. Same goes for sports, although they do lack a pool (which doesn't stop them from having a swimming team). There's a wide array of extra circulars and should there be an EC that does not exist, it can easily be made. It is a safe school with a strong passion for sports, academics, and its students.
I've been a resident in Robbinsville for over 10 years so I have seen the gradual changes that have been applied through all three schools. The people working in administration are very kind and willing to help you if a problem ever arises. The cafeteria also offers a large array of food from salads, boar's head sandwiches, pizza, french fries, cookies, chips and much more. This way, you are guaranteed that your stomach won't be growling in the middle of class, interrupting your line of thought constantly. The school also has many resources at hand that students are able to use like naviance, the library and chromebooks. The teachers are also well educated; however, admin tends to hire people fresh out of college often so their teaching experience is very limited.
Personally, the sense of community through sporting events( lacrosse, soccer, basketball, etc) and festivals like National Night Out. What gives us this repertoireI is our small town feel. This allows everyone to know each other and create a strong bond. I would like to see a decrease in the amount of pressure put on us to succeed as we progress from middle school to high school.