About This School
In 2011, Academy of Finance and Enterprise had 19 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New York average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Academy of Finance and Enterprise Reviews
I cant really say much now that the principal has changed. However I have to say it is a really good school. It really prepares you for the future. When I went to the school I was forced into challenging classes, I whined and complained, but in the end I passed them and it made me feel like if I could do anything. Just like community service, yes it is not fun but it really does help you. There is also a lot of opportunities for internships.
I am glad to say that I am a 2011 AOFE graduate =)
I am a sophomore in this school. This school is very small it doesn't have any good sports because of the small place they have and the teachers are not that great. You have to do 108 hours of community service per school year which is mandatory or you will not pass. This school expects a lot from stupid people which is stupid. Overall I don't like this school, and I am transferring as soon as possible.
The school can best be described as "demanding". The school asks that students, parents, and even faculty go beyond what is expected of them. THey are asked to, not only meet the academic standards, but to exceed them. I recently graduated from AOFE in 2010, although I was merely an average B or C student, the school equipped me with the skills needed to succeed in college, an aspiring career, and in life. The school is beyond tough, but it is not impossible. At the end of four years, there is an infinite amout of opportunities granted for students...the impossible becomes possible, and that is a wonderful achievement.
i went to this school. they have a great curriculum but kids can quickly fall through the cracks there even as a small school
most teachers care for their students like Mrs. L and Mr. anoba. I used to go to that school but i messed up. this school can prepare you for the future if uyou let it and not mess up.
congrats to the class of 2010!
Well I currently attend this school.As A junior I Learn too many things that i now say i would of never learned at another school.Yes this school Challenges us to our ablity and beyond , but its worth it to perpare for the future.
Do not enroll in this school if you're not mentally prepared for college related projects and schoolwork!
I used to go to this school, and wish I've still attended. This school is very strict, from the dress policy to heavy workload, but it's worth it. It prepares you for the world. I do not recommend this for students who will not be likely to take Mr. Vega's policies seriously. This is not a laid back school, where Teacher's care nontheless of what goes on. When Mr. Vega says business, he means business.
Also, congrats to... the FIRST and ONLY graduating class of 2009!
I feel so lucky for attending this school. :]
i think i really like this school and there area and i hope i get in to this school but ill keep my hopes up
i think this school is a school of a lot success in life.
i feel that students in this school end up very independent and very focused to learn and be high up there in the business around the world.
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