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Junior High School 302 Rafael Cordero School

Public School | Grades 6-8 | New York City Geographic District #19
350 Linwood St
Brooklyn, NY 11208
(718) 647-9500

About This School

Junior High School 302 Rafael Cordero School is located in Brooklyn, NY and is one of 16 middle schools in New York City Geographic District #19. It is a public school that serves 977 students in grades 6-8. See Junior High School 302 Rafael Cordero School's test results to learn more about school performance.

In 2011, Junior High School 302 Rafael Cordero School had 16 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New York average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.

Student Ethnicity (2011)

Students (2011)


Students Per Teacher (2011)

Female/Male (2011)

49% 51%

Subsidized Lunch (2011)

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Junior High School 302 Rafael Cordero School Reviews

By a Current Student on

THIS SCHOOL IS AMAZING!!well as long as you stay out of truoble.They have beacon there its so fun u paint murals take dance and many more.EXCEPT FOR MS.UNDERDUE!!!!!!I HATE HER!!!!
tell me how she's not even my social studies teacher this boy tells her i called her underdog but i didn't so she squeezed the side of my back so HARD!!!and pulled me it hurted with her STUPID LONG NAILS SHE LOOKS LIKE A WITCH i was crying i reported it to the assistant principal and she's going to invesigate it but besides that i love this school

By a Current Student on

I think this school is great because they have many after school programs that help you prepare for the test. The teachers at the school are very nice they help on whatever you need. There are elective classes you can take that would help you bring your grade up I like this school!

By , a Parent on

This school is a horrible school, my child is a new student at this school and in my opinion children are only going to do what they are allowed to do. The kids curse and fight in the classroom as well as the hallways while the faculty acts as if they don't hear or see what's going on.  During dismissal I witnessed a bunch of girls waiting for someone's child to come out so they could fight her; even more shocking was the fact that I didn't see any teachers or security guards during dismissal.  I feel like the teachers and the security guarsds are scared to their jobs or they simply do not care they are just there for a paycheck. This school doesn't even provide text books for the children which is unacceptable. The New York City public school system is a joke and it is in an unbelievably horrible state, we as parents need to stand up for our children's right to an education and a safe environment because the children deserve both.

I feel like I am living in the post segregation days and America doesn't care at all about the schools that house minorities.  If this school was a predominately white school this would not take place.

By a Former Student on

this is A VERY GOOD SCHOOL!!! me and my little brother attend there the teachers are very nice and respectful!!

By , a Former Student on

Good school

By a Current Student on

This Schhol to be honest is pretty great i am a current student the only thing about it is that there are lots of fight i mean today there were 4 fights only today imagine the rest of the school year but other than that it is pretty good teachers are caring and lunch food taste better then at my old elemantary. Security is amazing they handle the problems nicely and no temper.

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