Warwick Valley Central School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Warwick, NY. It has 3,589 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 71% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
Warwick Valley Central School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Warwick Valley Central School District
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Warwick Valley Central School District Reviews
Warwick Valley High School is a very good place to be if you want to excel in your learning career. I have been in this district all my life and I can honestly say I never would want to be anywhere else. This school has taught me discipline, has let me connect with new friends, and allows me to feel very safe. I have never felt scared or timid at this school once. The faculty and the students make the learning experience here not only and educations time but a fun time too!
I like that the majority of the teachers really are passionate about what they teach and that passion really carries over to the student and makes them want to learn more about a specific topic. The facilities are okay, many of the restrooms often run out of towels or toilet paper in the middle if the day and don't get restocked until the next day which is frustrating when you are trying to dry your hands. There are many different sports teams you can join and some unique ones include a rowing team and an alpine ski race team which not all schools have. There are also lots of clubs such as honors societies, model UN, aerospace club, music clubs, and many more. Overall the school is great, and the students, staff, and administration are welcoming.
Nice staff, lots of opportunities for students in terms of activities. Several sports including varsity level. Several AP Courses and other electives for students to peruse. Teachers are generally engaged, there are few expectations as with all schools. Food is average, a major of students bring their own food. We use a rotating schedule meaning 6 classes a day with an hour for each class period. We have a unit lunch where all grades eat together and gives students the option to meet with teachers, engage in club, etc. Lots of spirit to certain sports (football, lacrosse). College guidance is subpar, most students are given information only for state schools.