Went to ferris for 4 year best school ever. I enjoyed this school however does have some problems with stuff and students but as of education very good.
James J. Ferris High School is a public high school in Jersey City. The principal of James J. Ferris High School is Mr Jamie Morales and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 1,542 children attend James J. Ferris High School and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Black, non-Hispanic. 20% of the James J. Ferris High School students have "limited English proficiency." 67% of the 1,542 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at James J. Ferris High School is 11:1. County Prep High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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To the teacher that wrote this "I am a teacher at this school and I can tell you for a fact it is a absolute dump. Ghetto kids who don't want to learn with a faculty that with a few exceptions can't teach. An absolute disgrace!" You are an absolute disgrace to our profession! You are probably one of those teachers you are talking about that can't teach...and you obviously don't care about our students. If you hate it so much go find another job and leave the teaching to those of us who care!
I'm a freshman in this school. I believe that the majority of the students are not interested in academics and there are at least 1-2 fights a week. Most of them don't follow the rules and some of them they barely have any respect for the teachers. Although I can't say everyone there is like that. (If that were to happen it would be the worst school ever. Luckily it's not.) These students lack discipline. They think they can just do what they want and they are too relaxed. I'm surprised that recently most of the clubs no longer exist. Yes they have some sports but there should be more than that. I believe we need more school involvement. Some teachers need to actually teach us and give us lessons thoroughly. There are at least some good teachers who actually care about our education and are eager to help.
please DONT send ur kids to this school im a current freshman in this school and i am an immigrant so the difficulties i face are hard but i cope with it but please be careful before sending ur kids to this pathetic school with no academic quality
Safety first! Please do not send your kids to this school. It is the worst school! Metal detectors food fight uninterested kids and teachers. The rate should be 1 out of 10.
i am a student at James J Ferris High School. It is the worst school teachers yell at the students and students mock at each other.
I graduated from this school n it was the best in town now i came back to the USA with my kids n people tell me is the worst school in the area Is this true? a lot of fights and stuff I don't know what to believe?
If you are a studentwith disabilities be prepafred to be shamed and blamed for everything that goes wrong in your class. If you are a teacher with a disabilitylike I am be prepared to be ridiculed and verbalkly abused before being let gop because you had the temerity to get sick. This school is a walking disaster area.
Being a graduate of this school the staff are really their for the students. Thank you Mr Burgess
what this school stands out with among others in its area is its focus on leadership and teamwork. Although it may not be extraordinary with academics its extracurricular activities and sports teams build a strong bond between coach/teacher and student which is beneficial to the student's sense of trust among themselves. a as well as dickinson
My son is a student of Ferris. He is now a junior and absolutely loves it there. My other son will be attending Ferris in September in the Business and Finance program and cannot wait!
I am an alumni of FHS (Class of 2003). FHS is a school that is in dire need of both funding and policy reformation. Being a victim of the 'No Child Left Behind' which negates the environmental/ecological issues that pervade it's student's psyche and performance FHS's administration and educators were more interested in Basic Test Scores than they were in the success - post high school - of their students.
Hi i was the student of ferris wow what a school ausum school with ausum dicipline everything was so organized proud to be a part of ferris.I was an A student and everybodies favorite woh what a school that is.
The quality of academic programs is very good. I was an A student and it was a good expericance. The music program was the best. I was in the marching band and concert band and it was so much fun. We did so many activities that I had a blast my years at Ferris High School. The best school ever.
I am currently a Junior. Its a great school. Sure its not perfect but what is these days. Many profesional teachers and I think its the best in the city.
I think Ferris is a great school I am a Freshman at Ferris and it has offered me a great experience so far Ferris is the best Public high schools in Jersey City.
As a graduate and a college freshman I can say that Ferris prepared me. At the time I took for granted mnay of the opportunities given to me but now that I have left I appreciate what I had. The faculty and staff were always willing and able to help anyone after school activities could be found and friends at all times. Ferris High School is not just a school it is a family filled of very intelligent members of society from all backgrounds of the world who come together to share one common goal To get an education. I recommend James J Ferris High School to those who wish to learn grow and success as well as compete for what their passion maybe. The school has everything all you must remember to bring is an open mind and eagerness to succeed.