Teaneck School District is an above average, public school district located in Teaneck, NJ. It has 3,423 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 35% of students are at least proficient in math and 49% in reading.
1 Merrison St.
Teaneck, NJ 07666
Teaneck School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Teaneck School District
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Teaneck School District Reviews
I love Teaneck Diversity. It sets apart each student in very a unique way. In such an atmosphere like this, the learning environment is like no other school district. Listening, Interacting, and Socializing with students from various cultures, traditions, and experiences brings new insight on countless topics such as world issues, debates, history, and so much more!
As a student at Teaneck High School, this school is one the best schools i have ever experience, but as a Teaneck High School ambassador,I would tell my guest that the most unique feature Teaneck High School has is how diverse it is. Not all schools have this type of diversity and because of our diversity, we are a strong community, rather than just a school. This diversity has helped me know and respect many culture, language and religion. It has also helped my communication skills by interacting with others from different cultural and racial backgrounds. Another thing I would tell them is how focused and determined everyone is to come together to be the best high school in Bergen County. Like how our basketball team is so great or how the marching band sound so amazing; all of this is contributed by us people. These two things I believe makes Teaneck High School what is it today.
The town of Teaneck in general is rather diverse so the public high school reflects such an image. The diversity the school offers is what makes Teaneck high school special and unique compared to other public high schools in Bergen County. One thing I would change about the establishment is the number of teachers who are simply there to get paid rather than to assist in the growth of their students academically. I am certain that teachers who aren't able to understand that everyone learns differently, exist in every school.