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Warren Hills Regional School District is an above average, public school district located in Washington, NJ. It has 1,770 students in grades 7-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 32% of students are at least proficient in math and 54% in reading.
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Warren Hills Regional School District Reviews
My experience here was overall very very good. I was able to take 4 computer science classes in my time there and had several opportunities for AP classes and dual enrollment which set me very far ahead in my first and second year of college. The classes prepared me extensively to which I was more than prepared for those classes in college. I was also very prepared for my major from the computer science and engineering classes Warren Hills offers. Going into my college classes, several people had never porgramed or used engineering softwares before but Warren Hills allowed to have that experience so that I was able to also help others.
The overall success rate academically and sports wise of the students that currently attend or have graduated is high, and most teachers seem to care about their students. However I think the administrators and teachers need to work on creating more of a bond with students. A lot of the time us students feel as though we bare/y know the teachers. It makes it even harder to even want to go to school and sit through a fifty-five minute class period with people we don't really know lecturing us. I also think that the overall school spirit could be worked on. Now I'm aware that the students have a lot to do with that more, but a lot of teachers seem as though they are there just to pick up their paychecks ... but then complain about how much they're getting paid. When they complain it makes it seem as though they don't have pride in our school and they don't want to be there. When they give off those implications it makes it harder for students to be prideful of Warren Hills.
The school in the community did not have a lot of college bound students, but for those who did plan to attend colleges, we were able to get there and go to pretty reputable schools. I was a student with a lot of medical issues and at times there were challenges but the school and administration really did try their best to accommodate what I needed. There is an amazing science program at Warren Hills as well as a very good compsci program. This high school is really what you make of it. If you take all CP or easy classes, it will be very easy and simple but if you take Honors and AP course, the teachers are amazing and you really get the most out of the school and can really do a lot with your education. I took 5 AP courses and they really prepared me well for college.