55 out of 10GreatSchools

Edison High School

Edison, NJ
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 1971


Edison High School
50 Boulevard of the Eagles
Edison, NJ 08817
(732) 650-5200
Edison High School is located in Edison, NJ and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 5 out of 10
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Student Diversity



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Reviews11 Reviews

As a student in this school, I tried a lot of things in this school. They have a good education and also they have kind teachers. I don't know why would you say this school is bad. Edison High School's principal is kind and he is also energized. While I am learning here, there is no bully here ( what a surprise ). I know my words are kind of the same with bots ( because I am an ESL student ) but I am learning in this school and I promised you this school is good. ;)
The worst school I've ever attended in my life.
Edison school is a horrible horrible school for special needs and education. MLK in particular is the worst. They place higher functioning students who are verbal and talk in sentences with completely non verbal students have way to include them. My friends whose kids have special needs of all kinds have either left the school district in disgust, or home-schooled or filed a case against them or left the town. Christopher Conklin only cares about school and money and not about the special kids. The whole child study team is a fake. There is a support group in NJ that hates this school and is dissuading parents from joining this school. Please improve your moral ethnics and dont play with the life of children. Disgusting school district !!
I think EHS is typical of a NJ high school. My daughter graduated from EHS in 2008 with honors. On the other hand, I sent my son to St. Joe's because I felt that he would fall through the cracks at EHS. My children are 2 very different personalities...my daughter would be a professional student if that were possible and my son would not bother to go to class if that were possible.The point is that all kids have different needs, and with the overcrowding and diversity, I don't believe that the teachers have the ability to meet those needs.
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