West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District is a top rated, public school district located in West Windsor, NJ. It has 9,812 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 74% of students are at least proficient in math and 81% in reading.
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West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District Reviews
I am a freshman at WWP-South, and ever since I moved here as a 1st grader the experience has been enlightening. Lots of people complain about the competition, I think that is important. In 6th grade I was a very poor student. My parents thought I was destined for failure! But, in 8th grade I turned my values around and now I am attaining all A's! This was actually due to one specific IRLA teacher I had in 7th grade, and the competition which pushed me to get better grades. The diversity however, is a bit subpar, as there is a majority of Indian-americans., but there is a healthy amount of other races. Most of the sport programs are very competitive with other schools. Lots of useful resources such as chromebooks are given to us to help us learn. The food is pretty good in HS. You have the options to choose between pizza, deli sandwiches, pasta, salad, and more!
My experience at High School North was nice, and it prepared me well for college. It is highly competitive and requires students to be constantly involved and ready to seek out help when needed. Falling behind on the course work can be deadly to their GPA. Teachers have high expectations for students, and hence students are strongly recommended to maintain a strong relationship with their teachers. Several clubs in High School North focus on helping students build leadership skills such as Model Congress and the debate club. I have a strong interest in STEM and have had the opportunity to get involved through clubs such as MedForum, environmental club, and a world-class Robotics team. There are some pitfalls, as there is strong pressure to pursue a STEM-related career( as reflected by the school budget; STEM classes have a higher budget than arts).
Overall WWP-HSS is an excellent school. Academically, I feel well prepared for college, but I feel that writing research papers and essays are my weakest areas. Since these skills are so important in college I think they should focus more on these topics. The sports and theater programs are great, but I just wish we had better teams! The physical building and classrooms need updating. Loved going to this school and can't imagine anywhere else I would have wanted to spend the last 4 years.