P.S. 33 - Chelsea Prep
#4 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in New York City Area
- New York City Geographic District No. 2, NY
- PK, K-5
- 11 reviews
Parent: My sons have thrived at Chelsea Prep. We originally chose this District 2 G&T school because of the teachers. We were blown away at orientation four years ago. Dana Kaplan stole the show! Now it has been four years, and two of my sons are soaring under the guidance of equally committed and nurturing teachers. The principal has changed, and some parents don't like this. Despite a rough transition, Cindy is now showing her leadership skills and is really bringing the entire school community together. We, personally, love the integration as it allows some of the stronger students to help the students in need. Cindy is as phenomenal, if not more so, at hiring the best teachers in the city. Top-notch teachers, coupled with strong student teachers AND teaching assistants (funded by the PTA) makes this school the best choice for our family.
- 620 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
TAG Young Scholars School
#9 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in New York City Area
- New York City Geographic District No. 4, NY
- 9 reviews
Middle School Student: I was a TAG student, from 2018. From my personal perspective, its a really great school, and it challenges you and pushes you far from your limits. In elementary, I went a different school, and I was always a top student, I took the TAG test in 5th grade, and got in. I though TAG wouldn't be too difficult since I was already smart. However, TAG was nothing like I imagined, its truly Gifted & Talented. The classes are rigorous, and my fist year was sort of difficult, but I got through it, and ended up in honors, after working extra hear. After the state test results came out, I got a higher score than ever before, (ELA- 98% & MATH- 100%). I never thought I could do so well, and I will forever be grateful for TAG's influence on me, and I want to acknowledge how great it has been for me. I will never regret coming here, so glad I did.
- 571 Students
- 24:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Redwood Elementary School
#21 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in New York City Area
- West Orange Public Schools, NJ
- 1 review
Middle School Student: It was amazing, I was taught well and the teachers were awesome. I am now in middle school doing great, all thanks to Redwood Elementary School. However, I didn’t find that many sports or activities I wanted to be a part of. Besides that. It was an overall excellent Elementary School for kids to go to, to become successful in learning life.
- 540 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
John Adams Elementary School
#22 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in New York City Area
- North Brunswick Township School District, NJ
- 2 reviews
Niche User: I really liked the way teachers taught and brought s to the best ability. I loved Gym because of all the different activities that we would do. Though I think the cafeteria food can be improved on an alittle bit, including the water fountains.
- 659 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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