Toms River Regional School District is an above average, public school district located in Toms River, NJ. It has 14,875 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 34% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
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Toms River Regional School District Reviews
Ive been in the Toms River school district for all my years of schooling. being a graduate of Toms River High School South I've learned a lot about the school district. Toms River Schools has the best staff from teachers and principals to janitors. In my 12 years of being in the district, all of the people I have encountered have treated me with nothing but respect and want kids to achieve greatness and want them to succeed. Coming from High School South, the college readiness I have gotten from people like Mr. Maldonado who is a guidance counselor at south and Miss. Adelizzi who was my psychology teacher at south, they taught me what it means to be prepared and focused and to never let people ruin your dreams. Toms River schools does incredible things for people and gives them new opportunities to start a new life in big ways. I'm very grateful for the people I have met along the way in this journey and I will forever be grateful for The Toms River Regional School District
Toms River Schools District has really excelled through the years and is growing better each year. Academic standards are rigorous and a student can challenge and apply themselves in their passionate subject fields. Sports are just as great. Being a district with 3 public high schools, rivalries are fierce. Student sections, parents, and residents all attend games and cheer their team on. Overall great!
I moved to Toms River as a freshman in high school. It wasn't until sophomore year that I made good friends. Like any school there was a lot of drama but High School East was a good school. I have been to all three high school campuses--North is snoody, South is sketchy, but East is right there in the middle. Pat Thomas the principal is also an outstanding guy who tries his best to make things enjoyable.