Wayne Township Public School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Wayne, NJ. It has 8,016 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 56% of students are at least proficient in math and 68% in reading.
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Wayne Township Public School District Reviews
My experience at Wayne Township has been a great one! The teachers are always willing to go the extra mile to offer help when it is needed. Also, there are many clubs and activities to choose. I always found something to do during the fall/winter and spring. Also, it is a very safe and friendly classroom environment. The district does many drills throughout the school year to keep students safe.
It all began in sixth grade when I began attending school in the Wayne Township Public School District. Over six years, I have endured a lot of challenging obstacles and I cannot say that I have overcome them without help from the staff. I had a teacher that opened themselves up to me to develop a true friendship that ended up blossoming into a very supportive relationship. I have also met teachers that were filled with so much passion to help educate students that their top goal was to ensure students' lives to be on the path of success. I would not be where I am today if the Wayne Township Public School District did not offer the Ben Davis University High School program that has opened a door of numerous opportunities for my future. It is my future that the Wayne Township Public School District has cared for and something that I will always hold with me as I continue down my path of education.
I enjoy the classes I am in and the teachers I come in contact with. My issue with our school system is that children with learning disabilities or lower intelligence levels are put into classes with students who could not care less about their grades or futures, ultimately disadvantaging those who have learning disabilities or other issues. The teachers for the harder classes care about their job and their students, but most of the regular-level classes are taught by those who act in unfavorable ways to their students. Overall, I like my high school because I push myself and enroll in classes with teachers who care about their students, but I may feel otherwise if I hadn't done so.