About This School
In 2010, Waldwick Seventh-day Adventist School had 15 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New Jersey average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Waldwick Seventh-day Adventist School Reviews
better than most schools
I noticed many people who have been to this school have done well for themselves. Most people that I know, who can, do send their children to this school.
This school has great things to offer. I will pray for those who are bitter towards this institution.
A very nice school that is being lied about.
I am a current student at this school and what is said here is really irrelevant. The person that wrote this review was unhappy because the school failed him and she was to ignorant to see that her son was to lazy to do his work. She began to tell all parents not to bring back there child because of what happen to her son. Every student that has graduated from this school has always returned to Waldwick to either help, Donate, Transport students, and if qualified, teach a class. The situation two years ago with that student has been resolved because they suspended the student guilty and there was evidence to punish her. That student that commented earlier that said they learned nothing was probably a lazy student that didn't strive to be the best he can be like most students do hear at Waldwick.
I wish I could take back the year I spent here
Everything said in the long review posted below is true, unfortunately. I was at this school during the year that the incident he/she speaks about occurred and the teachers I must say are inexperienced beyond words can even begin to describe. This is not just my opinion either, as I have heard multiple complaints from other students. Overall, It was the most unenjoyable school year I have ever had and on top of that I learned nothing. The curriculum is equally inefficient, and upon leaving this school and going to another I instantly realized how unprepared the students that attended this school will be for college. I am able to keep up because I was doing many things outside of school to stay ahead, but there are still parts of my knowledge missing due to wasting a year at this school.
I agree with your comment. I was a student there during 7th grade; I learned nothing.
Completely unsatisfactory. The majority of the teachers are either horribly under-qualified for the job they do or continually fail to connect with their students. The good teachers that are there primarily teach lower grades or a few high school courses, so a school day may not be as unbearable for your child if they are in elementary school. But please, for the love of the God that the members of this school believe in, do not send your child to this school if they are in middle school, and certainly not if they're in high school. Decision making is also unforgivably poor and the administration has failed to tame situations so many times. Just last school year the administration found out that one student was being bullied relentlessly by another classmate and the people in charge did absolutely nothing about it once they found out which individual was guilty of it. They were even given indisputable proof of it and they still did nothing whatsoever. I wish there was some way I could further expostulate against you sending your child to this school, but I have already said it in the most honest and straightforward manner possible. Please thoroughly consider everything written here