I find it difficult to believe the review below is genuine. The school is very small for a public school and is personal - bullying is caught and dealt with quickly. And btw clicks which you'll find in every school are not the same as "gangs" which only exist in some schools and certainly not in Rye Neck. As for NYC public schools - the Rye Neck HS would come in 10th out of 360 NYC High Schools schools if you compared it by combined SAT scores - and those other top 10 NYC schools need very good scores to get in (and forget about the sporting facilities). As for the middle school in NYC - why not google "NYC middle schools need improvement" - the Columbia study as reported by CBS for a start.The middle schools in NYC are the worst part of the system there. I say that having lived and had children in the system.
Rye Neck Middle School is a public middle school in Town of Mamaroneck. The principal of Rye Neck Middle School is PRINCIPAL - DR. ERIC LUTINSKI and can be contacted at email@example.com. 349 students attend Rye Neck Middle School and are mostly Asian; White, non-Hispanic; and Asian/Pacific Islander. 2% of the Rye Neck Middle School students are "limited in English proficiency." 10% of the 349 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at Rye Neck Middle School is 11:1. Louis M Klein Middle School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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My son in the 6th grade was bullied horribly to the very extreme. Worse the teachers (yes the teachers and the principles) have tried to cover up the truth. They took no responsibility what so ever and I am mystified what the councelor's job truly is. We just gave up and moved on but I cannot sass enough the emotional scars. This school is very disappointing I strongly suggest you look over this school as being close to your choice even if there are benefits such as being able to get in without any test scores. But do not overlook the fact that this policy makes this school a much less safe environment and really bad kids can get mixed in with the truly advanced. I agree with the parent a few comments before me. Other than the offenders in my son's case of severe bullying I observe many "gangs " students using cuss words and talking about inappropriate topics all behind the backs of ignorant teachers. My point is try harder and look to other schools. Also for your reference there are many great public schools in Manhattan in case you read this and is confused. Other place to look are trusted sites there are plenty of them and can be found easily through Google.
This is an awesome school and has become more diverse in the last few yrs and offers everything and anything for your child. This is not a snooty school....I was proud to have my 2 girls in the schools theyve gone on and are doing excellent and THEY feel the teachers at RN are definitely a big part of it!
I disagree with the previous parent. I do think the teachers and administrators are open to new ideas. It is a small school with the ability to know your child and to try and help them have a positive experience.
A horrendous school. The teachers parents and students are all stuck inside a bubble and are not open to new ideas. They act snooty and exclusive and have no reason to. Bullying is out of control and the guidance counselors are useless. After having my two daughters there through middle school I pulled them out. It really was that bad. I absolutely do not suggest getting involved at Rye Neck.
Great all around academics. Relative small size is a big plus. Students are encouraged to get involved in arts music and sports.