Paul V. Moore High School
#17 Best Public High Schools in Syracuse Area
- Central Square Central School District, NY
- Rating 3.53 out of 5 206 reviews
Alum: I loved being a student at Paul V. Moore High School, but there are definitely some things I would have changed. I was hoping that there would be more interaction with those in the special education programs. I grew up with a brother who is autistic who experienced consistent bullying up until COVID shut down the school and forced everyone online. I wish that the students and faculty would be taught to see kids who suffer with developmental issues as human beings and not outsiders just because they cannot process emotion or logic the same as everyone else. Unfortunately at Paul V. Moore, students are forced apart in most instances. On top of the separation, there are no consequences when special education students are harassed as there are when those of sounder minds are harassed. This is what needs to change, not only at Paul V. Moore, but at any school that puts special education students at an equal playing field.
- 1,162 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Jordan-Elbridge High School
- Jordan-Elbridge Central School District, NY
- Rating 3.88 out of 5 59 reviews
Senior: My 4 years at Jordan Elbridge high were amazing and couldn’t have been any better. Coming into high school I was scared and wasn’t sure how things were gonna go. But the teachers were the best people and very supportive. But they could be better at their jobs in preparing for the students future. Along with being more serious about their ways of teaching. The opportunities that the students have at Jordan Elbridge, you don’t always get at another school. With college classes, clubs and other extracurricular activities. The few things I would change would be based off the aspect of the need to focus on the students future. Not all students know about the college opportunities we have at Jordan Elbridge. But that’s not the students fault, the administration needs to put the classes out there. Administration and teacher should treat 11th and 12th graders like college students, and take more real life classes, not useless ones.
- 407 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Roxboro Road Middle School
- North Syracuse Central School District, NY
- Rating 5 out of 5 2 reviews
Middle School Student: WONDERFUL SCHOOL! Great teachers and great place for anyone and everyone, it's absolutely wonderful in all states and glory, I'm excited for next year and years to come with this school
I'm in love with the court yard and all of its Glory.
- 811 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Port Byron Senior High School
- Port Byron Central School District, NY
- Rating 3.45 out of 5 51 reviews
Senior: The teachers truly care about your education and have a lot of support opportunities. They get a lot of state funding so their facilities are always up to date and safe.
- 419 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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