Mount Olive Middle School
58 Best Public Middle Schools in New Jersey
- Mount Olive Township School District, NJ
Parent: The original principal was very engaged with students and parents. She was easy to talk to and make sure students looked presentable during school hours as well. She brought belts from home for pants of some of the boys.
- 849 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- Private School
- Princeton, NJ
- PK, K-8
Parent: 2 out of our 4 kids graduated from Chapin (2012, 2014) and the other 2 are in 4-th and 6-th grade. We have been very happy with Chapin School in Princeton/Lawrenceville. What we have appreciated the most are: Strong academics, dedicated faculty, big emphasis on character build, small class size, excellent after school activities and facilities, very active parent association, excellent/educative and well planned field trips and school wide events. Our kids were and are well prepared for the next level school. Our oldest one was just accepted on one of the top Universities in the area. They really invest to your children's future. We consider these years of education very important for our children further education that is why we choose Chapin and Chapin School has delivered on it. Thank you Chapin School for all your commitment to our children's education! For further info you can call. 609-947-6716.
- 225 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Long Valley Middle School
90 Best Public Middle Schools in New Jersey
- Washington Township School District (Long Valley), NJ
Senior: Long Valley Middle School, is very dear to my heart and important within my growth to becoming a man. The biggest takeaway that I can speak for is the social skills that I have learned coming from a class of 300 plus students and over 1,000 students in total between the grades of 6 and 8. This large environment allowed me to thrive with having smaller classes around 18 students while also being a larger school overall. I learned how to effectively to communicate with teachers and adults in general as the students were given more freedom than in the elementary schools which led to increased social and academic interaction between students and forming unbreakable friendships. The school overall was a perfect mix between nature and nurture allotting the students more freedom than given in the elementary schools while also developing them into fine young adults who could handle the social pressures along with the schoolwork that the high school would bring.
- 832 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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