PS 164 Queens Valley School
Flushing, NY 11367
About This School
In 2011, PS 164 Queens Valley School had 15 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New York average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
Student Ethnicity (2011)
Students Per Teacher (2011)
Subsidized Lunch (2011)
All Grades Integrated Algebra Performance
PS 164 Queens Valley School Reviews
Preschool at Queens Valley
I was asked about the quality of my child's preschool experience at this school, let me summarize:
Dismissal of my concerns,
Student preference clearly shown,
Public discipline & academic display in front of all the parents pretty much at least twice weekly, outside the school;
And the list goes on.
On the other hand, the children do learn a lot. However the responsibility is on the parents, most learning occurs at home. As a working parent, this is difficult for me. I would like to reinforce at home, not teach.
My two children are attending to this school. I am very happy with all the teachers and The Principal is always on top. Now, that we have to move, we are praying that my children can get the same level of academical services that they are getting at P.S 164. Thank you to all of you. We will miss this school to much!!:(. The children need more school like this. Keep up we this great, great job!!!
This school was the best school i've ever been in. PS 164 Has teachers who care and who have a positive impact on my life through out my adulthood. c/o 2-215 mrs. Fiane K-101 Mrs. Ren and 4-226 Mrs. Donnason :) Not to mention my music teacher Mrs. Evans (RIP) Mrs. Hansen, Mr. Hoffamn, Mr. Dobbs and Mr. Amaneche 1990-1996 Hats off to them all!
This school is horrible. They don't help parents at all. If you have any problem and you go to then they just ignore you and tell you that they don't have time for you at the moment.
i think its the best school that there is. it gives you everything you need and helps you when you need help. the principle is great at doing her jobs and the teachers are also the same.