About This School
In 2011, Brooklyn Junior High School had 18 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Minnesota average is 16 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Brooklyn Junior High School Reviews
BJH is FANTASTIC school for my son and daughter.
Critical thinking, Creativity, Collaboration and Communications are the cornerstones of the STEAM program at Brooklyn Junior High. The STEAM program is lead by an energetic and passionate staff member that spends countless hours seeking out opportunities for all students at BJH. He goes above and beyond your expectations to make your student feel important at the school. Brooklyn Junior High is a caring community of dedicated teachers, just ask to visit with the staff, STEAM coordinator, or Principal, tour the building and you will be truly amazed about the wrong perception of the school. There are a lot of misinformed people that have never stepped a foot in the building, reacting only to hearsay.
Brooklyn Junior is a fantastic school with dedicated teachers and administration. The STEM initiative is outstanding lead by a passionate experience teacher. He goes above all expectations to bring the best to the program and students.
I love this school. It has amazing education, great food and awesome extra curricular activities
This is an awful school. The teachers are alright but I think the board has made some bad choices in hiring certain teachers. I would never ever allow my kids to go to school if I had any.
I think this school is amazing. The staff Are helpful and control the students very wisely.
I am not happy with the behavior of the students at this school and not confident in the staff's ability to control disruptive behavior. This school does not provide an environment that is conducive to learning, their test scores are well below the state averages. I would not recommend this school to another parent.