Hinsdale Central School is a public school located in Hinsdale, NY. It has 424 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 53% of students are at least proficient in math and 42% in reading.
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Culture & Safety
Health & Safety
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Clubs & Activities
Clubs & Activities
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Hinsdale Central School Reviews
I have been attending Hinsdale Central School for about four years. One thing that I truly appreciate about Hinsdale Central is its small size. With less than 500 students, PreK-12, the school encourages a more direct teaching experience for its students. I am able to connect on a personal level with my teachers and fellow classmates. Also, if I need help in a certain area, I know I can go to a teacher and that they will listen, because the student to teacher ratio is much less than in other schools in my area. For example, my graduating class is less than thirty students, whereas I know of certain schools whose graduating classes are over a hundred. Overall, I greatly appreciate the experience that I have had at Hinsdale Central School, and I am thankful for the opportunities I was given there.
Hinsdale Central School is an amazing small school. The small feel made high school easy and fun for me. The small classes help teachers get to know each student and how they can help them. Although Hinsdale is has a great learning environment, there is not a lot of acedemic opportunites for students. There is not a lot of advanced classes or electives for students to take.
I rated Hinsdale Central School's extracurricular opportunities as okay. The opportunities are just okay because they don't offer a whole lot of clubs or other sports. Also, with it being such a small school, it is hard to get kids to play sports. Our sports teams usually just have the minimum amount of player. The kids also don't know how to manage their time, so either they are too focused on their studies and can't go to practices/games or they are too focused on practices/games they don't get their homework done. Eligibility is a big problem.