Schalmont Central School District is an above average, public school district located in Schenectady, NY. It has 1,830 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 53% of students are at least proficient in math and 49% in reading.
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Schalmont Central School District Reviews
Almost ready to graduate at the end of this school year makes me look back and wonder. Did I do high school right? The answer is yes, my time in high school has been short but great at Schalmont. I have made friends that will last a life time, learned skills I will always carry with me, and made memories with students and teachers that I will never forget. I would not change anything about Schalmont... except for teachers giving a little less homework! Schalmont has taught me so many things and has given me the chance to go above and beyond. The faculty and teachers at Schalmont have shown me that nothing is impossible if you just give it a try.
I think that the teachers are really good. I think the food needs to be drastically changed. I also think that the bathrooms need to be changed. They put all this money into useless things but they need to put it into the food, the bathroom facilities. They need to stop putting money into new electronics and put more money into making the school a better place so that students can have a good learning environment.
The teachers at the Schalmont Central School District are all very nice and well-respected. They put the students first and take their jobs very seriously. These teachers are always willing to stay after school to assist students if they are having problems in class. In addition, the teachers are always there for the students to talk to. If a student is having problems at home, most of the teachers will take time out of their day to listen to their situation and help in any way that they can. One thing the school needs to improve is its internal infrastructure. Overall, my experience at Schalmont has been very good.