About This School
In 2011, Bard High School Early College had 18 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New York average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Bard High School Early College Reviews
This is a special school. When I started it was a hidden gem, now it's not so hidden anymore given the fact that this is probably one of the hardest schools to get into in the country both compared to colleges and to private/boarding schools. Of course here you don't pay anything and get one of the highest quality education in the country. The school is not for everyone but again, if you manage to get in, don't give up. In this day and age to get this kind of education for free is a gift that should be carefully guarded with hard work to justify your place in this community.
It's a great school. It gives the students a great college experience, and they graduate wth a two-year college degree for liberal arts. It helps the students discover more in life
Bard is a great but not for everyone because it is very challenging; one must make sure he/she is good at managing their time and can stay on top of their work. Other than that, its a great experience and a good oppurtunity.
It's a wonderful school - better, in my opinion, than the specialized high schools in New York City. The classes are smaller than the specialized high schools, and just about all the teachers hold doctorates in their field. The work is challenging and the kids are given the respect they are due, for their intelligence, creativity, and individuality. I am so glad my daughter insisted she look at this school, as well as at all the others, when it was time to choose high schools.
I think that this school is grear. i love what it offers. i am also considering the possibility of going there. Once again, I commend the teachers and faculty and staff for all their hard work and I also commened the students for their academis achievements.
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