I absolutely love this school. My children have attended here and the staff is very nice respectful and understanding. My children have behavioral problems and SVCS was able to make adjustments for them. I am currently trying to move back into the district.
Stockbridge Valley Central School is a public high school in Smithfield. The principal of Stockbridge Valley Central School is PRINCIPAL 7-12 - MS. GINA TERZINI and can be contacted at email@example.com. 445 students attend Stockbridge Valley Central School and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Native American or Native Alaskan; and Hispanic. 0% of the Stockbridge Valley Central School students are "limited in English proficiency." 49% of the 445 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Stockbridge Valley Central School is 12:1. Morrisville Middle School High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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Stockbridge Valley Central School is sort of small but it's better because pretty much everyone knows everyone and our school has nice programs for the kids that I believe work. Not all the teachers have favorites but they just understand us better than most teachers do. They also have a balanced line between teaching and understanding if you know what I mean. Stockbridge is reasonable is really clean and we are good at maintaining 'peace'. We've gone through superintendents because we are a good school to start out on and then they leave to teach bigger harder schools. So don't judge us by a few sour kids' opininion.
Svcs.. i think is an okay school. Compared to many schools around here we have more than many people around here do because our school actually cares about how it's treated and looked at from other people's points of views...
My two oldest children attended SVCS throughout their entire education and graduation. The quality of the teachers and superintendents declined drastically throughout this time. My children were not challeneged academically and 'favorites' were common. (Mostly children of parents who worked there) My youngest child went for his early years but has since been attending a local school that has met his needs much better. At SVCS homework didn't make it home there were no personal notes unless he did something wrong. At his new school there is daily communication and I feel that his new teacher has a handle on him and knows him personally and teaches to his needs. Stockbridge has declined drastically in the last ten years especially the math. They can not keep a superintendent. (Three in the last three years)