Irvington schools throughout are fantastic Teachers and entire staff dedicate their time to teaching Every student to their highest potential It has been an honor & privilege for our 4 children to Attend such an outstanding school and live in such A warm and nurturing community . Irvington Exceeds
... Read more above and beyond in academia and all sports That's what builds confidence in our children. Dr Mo Wishing you the best of everything in your retirement years and Thankyou for your dedication and contribution to my children's education You are an ACE principal all the way! Woods Family Lauren Mark Dylan&jack Irvington NY Read less
Posted by a parent on 09/13/13
Such a major disappointment. The school has isolated itself with a principal that began working there in the 1970s and still sees the community from that era. There is such limited insight to helping the students engage in a larger learning environment . But this is public school, and the constraints
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Posted by a parent on 11/27/11
An absolute disgrace for a school. Students are loud and extremely over-confident, making it extremely difficult for other kids who are more quiet and dedicated to thrive. The administration lacks fairness and equality. An absurd emphasis on sports while the academic challenges continue to disappoint.
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Posted by a parent on 04/28/11
Irvington High School provides one of the best learning environments with small classes, new facilities and great teachers who are patient and willing to educate which can be a rarity.
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Posted by a on 06/10/10
i go to irvington right now and im in the 9th grade. I'm brand new to the irvington school district and this is my first year ever. Even though I have ADHD I have found many different friends already. Kids at the school are very nice and welcoming. Also the teachers are always there for me if I need
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Posted by a student on 10/06/09
awful for students not in honors classes. teachers neglect and ignore students of average ability or below. honors students bring up there reputation- so there it is! Severe LD may be noticed and addressed if services exist.
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This school district has changed a great deal over the last 25 years. I find the staff and administration excellent and this is a fantastic school district for a motivated traditional learner. HOWEVER, the amount of emotional problems and substance abuse problems are increasing as well as homes where
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Posted by a parent on 12/16/07
Irvington is so lucky to have a fabulous principal (Dr. Mosenthal) and faculty who really care about their students. I feel there is a lot of support for all students and they all do really well!
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Posted by a parent on 07/02/07
Irvington is a great school system if your child does well academically. The district does not care about children who learn differently. Even those with the slightest issues. It has been a huge disappointment for our family who moved here because of the so called great school system. Those who struggle
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* In 2010-2011 New York used the New York State Regents Examinations to test high school students in English language arts, math, global history and geography, US history and government, living environment, chemistry, earth science, physics and several foreign languages. The results for English language arts, math, living environment, chemistry, earth science, physics, global history and geography, and US history and government are displayed in GreatSchools profiles. Students must take at least five Regents Exams in order to graduate. Scores of 65 and above are passing; scores of 55 and above earn credit toward a local diploma (with the approval of the local board of education). The goal is for all students to pass the tests.
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English language classes for students whose first language is not English.
Irvington schools — Irvington High School is located at 40 N Broadway, Irvington NY 10533. 40 N Broadway is in the 10533 ZIP code in Irvington, NY The school district for Irvington High School is the Irvington Union Free School District. Irvington High School is a Public school that serves grade levels 9 - 12.
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