The school isn't good at all. There's no trips. Nothing special about the school. & the students are horribly disrespectful.
Ellenville High School is a public high school in Ellenville. The principal of Ellenville High School is MR. CARL PABON, who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 515 children attend Ellenville High School and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Asian/Pacific Islander; and Asian. 2% of the Ellenville High School students are "limited in English proficiency." 47% of the 515 students here get reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Ellenville High School is 12:1. Pine Bush Senior High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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I really love Ellenville High School. I'm sad that I won't be attending for my senior year.
I am an Alumni of Ellenville High school. And found that they managed the students pretty well. The environment in which the kids are raised in makes it easy for them to get into trouble. So considering that fact I believe that at Ellenville Schools they do a decent job but could do better.
there is no finer school than EHS. My kids went to private schools in the U.K. and in Rome. Yet their education was not as rich and enduring as my beloved alma mater EHS. Sinchai Olmarthuus Nobel Laureate
I have two children who have graduated and one current student from Ellenville High School and can say that there is a vast array of opportunities for students to explore. There are AP classes as well as individual help for those in need of it. In my experience the staff and administration has always been responsive and helpful. There is a Performing Arts Academy offering Music and Theatre classes which is outstanding. Students are involved in the operation of a school-owned radio station that serves the entire community - overall a positive place dedicated to a well rounded education.
Great programs for music. Extra curriculars are very open and parents are always helping.
The problems of EHS may not be unique but are nonetheless significant. Many of the teachers are related in family or social circles which at odds with effective hiring. Children of teachers are at a significant advantage in classes. In general only a few great teachers exist. No AP courses for advanced students. There exists however a lively sports culture.
Out of four schools that my children have attended this is the worst school for education equality and respect given to parents. Those who differ will be a teacher volunteer or staff.
The special education program is excellent. The teachers physical therapists & speech therapists go the extra mile for their students to succeed. I thank all my son's teachers especially Mrs Guba.
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