Scotia-Glenville Central School District is an above average, public school district located in Scotia, NY. It has 2,452 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 54% in reading.
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Scotia-Glenville Central School District Reviews
The teachers are great, besides a few specific ones, but that's something you'll find in any school. I'm displeased with a few things such as several people being hurt on purpose in gym and the substitute coaches doing nothing about it whatsoever, and when kids bully or harass others they aren't very well reprimanded and usually are even worse after someone is told about them. Despite that I like the school and the staff, and met those closest to me there. While a few teachers aren't much help, several helpful teachers will do anything and everything they can to help you when needed and to prepare you for college and/or life.
good school with teachers who care. Good area to grow up in. No school is perfect but I really do believe that this school is a great place to get an education. Small class sizes with good facilities and faculty. Some shady kids or occasional teacher but a very enjoyable experience. Good location and within a nice neighborhood. Faculty were very helpful with the college application process or any outside of class circumstances. Facilities were clean, only some classrooms were outdated but still could hold classes with no problem.
Bullying is rarely handled, and harsh punishments are given to students who don't deserve them. It's somewhat high security. Some teachers seem to really dislike their job or dislike the students. But the curriculum is extensive and taught well.