Weehawken High School
149 Best Public High Schools in New Jersey
- Weehawken Board of Education, NJ
Alum: Weehawken High School was the best high school that I had ever attended.
The school could do to show more expectation in all of their students in order to increase the overall academic growth of all students who attend. While the school has recently attempted an increase in AP course participation, which is a positive improvement, these efforts seem to be lacking in the heart of improving the student learning experience, seemingly more concerned with raising the school's state and national ranking for the sake of raising funding and town property values.
If additional educational resources are added and grown AND consistent care towards every students' growth shown in every class, then the new improvements can truly make Weehawken High School a great school.
- 537 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Leman Manhattan Preparatory School
- Private School
- New York, NY
- PK, K-12
Middle School Student: Something other than chicken for lunch. I’ve been at this school since I was in Pre-K and I’ve always felt safe at this school and I’ve always felt welcomed. Although, the lunch is not the best at the upper school campus, I still like the facilities and all of what Leman has to offer to people. I also admire the very big diversity we have at our school. We have many boarding students from all over the world and that helps us evolve as a community. All in all, Leman is a great school, but just needs to re-evaluate their lunch menus.
- 533 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Hoboken Junior Senior High School
- Hoboken Public School District, NJ
Alum: At Hoboken High School I was able to thrive and be successful in various school activities I did. This is because of the support given by the administration and the fellow peers. Being a part of a small school makes you able to build closer bonds with the people around and feel more connected with the school as a whole. The school could improve by providing services that appeals more students or encourage more students to join clubs so that more students can be successful through their high school experience.
- 671 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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