About This School
In 2011, Junior High School 226 Virgil I Grisson had 17 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New York average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Junior High School 226 Virgil I Grisson Reviews
This school is great is all depend on the kid who want to study
I am a parent and at first I was scared about this school when my son started because of the bad reviews my son start there and it was good he was in the Arp classes from 6 grade to 8 grades excellent teacher Miss White is a wonderful women with good strategy for leadership she make this school a safe school clean school uniform school and she like they kids God bless her for all her good work my son had Honor s in this school graduate with 93 also he did the regents pass with 99 in Spanish , 91 in science, math 78 I will miss the staff the teachers and all his honors award which I really feel is good for the kids so parents encourage your kid to study let the do the best 50 percent kid and 50 percent the teachers and it will go 100 percent .. I will recommend this school to every one this school is the best place for any kids .. I can say I am a proud mother and mss 226 is proud of what the done each year for the kids thank to al the assistant principal lunch room staff gym teachers safety guard, teachers parent coordinator, counselor guidance I love the way all of you work with the kid .
Judy, that's how every public school is. If you fail a state test, you have to go to summer school to re-take it. But yes, I do think it wasn't fair to tell her last minute. But, I hate this school! The kids think their gangster when in reality if you send a few 137 kids there, they go dead silent.
I am very upset at the way things are handled in this school. My daughter is in 8th grade and was left last minute to be told that she's not graduating because she didn't pass her state math exam. Less than a week before graduation! This is unfair and unprofessional of the principal and teachers of this school. Kids shouldn't be held back from graduation based on their test scores. They should be based on how they've been performing in class all year. If they pass their classes they should be able to graduate. I am mortified and disgusted of the situation.
What I heard about this school is that you don't give the children their report cards and their diplomas at graduation this year, and they have to do a test to get their diplomas. I am a parent of an eighth grader at this school, and never have I heard about this. I think this is madness.