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Hasbrouck Heights High School

Hasbrouck Heights, NJ
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 565


Hasbrouck Heights High School
365 Boulevard
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604
(201) 288-6150
Hasbrouck Heights High School is located in Hasbrouck Heights, NJ and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 7 out of 10
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I would rate this school as a 2/10. It is a controlled disaster. They ran out of printer paper once so all our tests were on colored arts and crafts paper, they ran out of tissues, and they can't fix certain appliances. Admin doesn't put students first. People cut corners here all the time-- even literal corners, as the hallway corners here aren't cleaned and are disgusting. But I'm sure the meager salary of the janitors means carelessness, as most of the money thrown around here goes directly to paychecks for administrators and professionals. A lot of students here vape, bully others (especially), and create a toxic environment for everyone. The admin knows it, but they try to convince themselves that the "Stop Bullying" poster in the 2nd floor hallway is making everyone feel better. This school highlights everything that is wrong with the school system today.
Its a pretty eh school. There isn't much to do here so.
Do not consider this school as Good!The reviews are deceiving and some may even be fake.My experience as a student was horrendous.Desks and equipment are outdated and in terrible condition. The school refuses to fix anything unless its broken and teachers treat students with apathy.The water fountains are filthy and classrooms have chipped paint. Most of the budget goes to teachers and teacher benefits. Administration is treated like gold and students are considered last.less than 7% of the budget goes into equipment and teacher salaries are through the roof. Children in the school whose parents are friends with administration are excused from wrongdoings. Staff show heavy favoritism and are easily allowed to get away with demeaning students and dismiss complaints as indignant humor.
I lived in HH for some of middle school & one year of high school. The school is good about education, but they don't care about bullying. They actually made it worse for me. When I reported my problem, they told the student "Stop bullying ____." This obviously made things worse. There's SO much drama, every single day! Many students are rude to students who aren't wealthy, or new to the town. (This isn't just coming from me). It's a suburban NJ high school, so this is to be expected.I moved to a bad high school nearby, but I'm actually much happier.
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