About This School
In 2013, Philip's Academy Charter School had 12 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New Jersey average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Philip's Academy Charter School Reviews
My third child is getting into the school this fall. My first is going to 4th grade and my second is going to 2nd grade. So far we've had a wonderful experience. My children are the best in their classes and I love the professionalism and respect the teachers accord the parents. Just wonderful!! Go St. Philip's!!!!
The school is great. As with anything else, you get out of it what you put into it. Some people expect the school to raise their child but @ St. Philip's it's a totally cooperative dynamic between the parents, teachers & the students. I have 2 kids there now & we all love it & others notice how polite, inquisitive & considerate they are. I'd reccomend the school to any & everyone.
St phillips calls themselves an advocate for the CHILDREN?! I had the worst time at that school. I was a waste for all of my children to attend. The parents where stuck up and the children were totally disrespectful. And don't talk about about the staff, totally unprofessional. I would not suggest any parents to send their children to St. Phillips Academy.
My two daughters went to St. Philips and both and a wonderful experience both academically and socially. One has since graduated from an Ivy League University other attends a private university. They continue to maintain contact with fellow alums from St. Philips
who have also either graduated or currently attend college.
My child went to St Philips Academy for one year and I will not put her in that school again, they are over priced. I feel my child did not get the education she should have gotten. She score poorly on the Federal comprehension test. They are making me pay for something I feel she did not received.
It is great! I used to go to that school 20 years ago.
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