- Public School
- Marriott-Slaterville, UT
Senior: Venture is a very diverse school. We have a lot of adventure opportunities for students. Venture takes schooling in a whole different direction and type of learning. Kids are given the opportunities to learn about all of the fundamental foundations of learning in different environments (ex. Zions National Park, Arches National Park, Etc.) Venture is a very good school, in the sense that it has many Educational opportunities.
- 776 Students
- 23:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
H.W. Mountz Elementary School
2 Best Public Middle School Teachers in Monmouth County
- Spring Lake School District, NJ
- PK, K-8
Parent: A Blue Ribbon school consistently among the best performing in the state. Extended PreK, afterschool care and enrichment programs offered. Nearby Community House offers unique cultural enrichment with after school singing, dancing and acting classes for kids preK to 12 grade. Active parents/PTA,Board and administration constantly striving to improve school performance. Small, orderly classes with experienced, enthusiastic teachers.
- 213 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- Private School
- Herndon, VA
Parent: Cortona Academy is the epitome of a great school. The classes are tailored to the needs of the students, and the teachers give them methods that they will use to be successful in College. My child has ADHD, and although very smart, he was failing in the other school he used to attend. Cortona Academy allowed him to get back on track, to develop method in a supportive and understanding environment. The cost is equal to most private schools in the area, but the investment is worth every penny! Before Cortona, my child was anxious and thought that he didn't have a future. In addition to a great education, Cortona Academy gave him back hope in his future!
- 75 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Marlboro Memorial Middle School
10 Best Public Middle School Teachers in Monmouth County
- Marlboro Township Board of Education, NJ
Middle School Student: All the math teachers are amazing! I say this because IT IS SO TRUE.
Most of the reading teachers are pretty great. You'll hate some of them while you have them, but you learn a lot from them.
I was never a fan of geology, so sixth grade science was a long class for me. Luckily, the science teachers have you do a lot of fun, hands-on stuff, especially at the end of seventh grade (biology).
I didn't learn too much from social studies, but the teachers were really nice.
The music teachers are literally the best teachers you'll ever have. Even if you suck at singing or your instrument, you will learn so much that within a few months, you won't be able to remember how bad you used to be. I encourage all students to join a music ensemble!
As for foreign languages, I really shouldn't be talking because Spanish is my worst and least favorite subject. (I just use Google Translate... don't do that kids.)
- 930 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Spring Lake Heights Elementary School
14 Best Public Middle School Teachers in Monmouth County
- Spring Lake Heights School District, NJ
Niche User: I had a great time at SLH Elementary school. The teachers were great and so were the kids. It was awesome to know what the school was like before I got there because my mom and her sibling went to Spring Lake Heights too, so it was interesting to here that some of her experiences are similar to mine. My mom even had some of the same teachers as me.
- 345 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Manalapan-Englishtown Middle School
16 Best Public Middle School Teachers in Monmouth County
- Manalapan-Englishtown Regional Schools, NJ
Parent: My son's entire school career from pre-school to the first day of Manalapan High School-RLA was a horror no parent could ever image. This school gave my son almost every tool to succeed as a valuable, life changing, lover of life, go getter, a boy with dreams that can now be realized that was almost thrown to the wayside because of "tunnel vision" thinking in mainstream school rules that I feel are antiquated, have no interest of treating children as individuals with individual needs and mostly look at schooling as a whole and if a child does have issues that need to be met and these children don't fit the schools so-called "guidelines" that these children are considered belligerent, "bad seeds", and get punishment rather than help and rehabilitation.
- 1,262 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio