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Hedgepeth Williams School

Trenton, NJ
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 564

Overview

Hedgepeth Williams School
350 Cuyler Avenue
Trenton, NJ 08629
(609) 656-4920
Hedgepeth Williams School is located in Trenton, NJ and serves grades K-5.
This information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Native American
0%
Asian
1%
Two or more races
1%
White
1%
Black
42%
Hispanic
55%

Reviews4 Reviews

4.0
teacher
Even though we have a ways to go, this school has made tremendous progress from 2015-17. You can see it in the academic climate of the school, the overall attitudes of the students & staff & the positive changes wrought & being wrought within these walls. Forward Tigers !!!!!!! :)
parent
We have some great children that come out of this school and go to high and graduate and go to college. I wish we had more parent involvement.
other
my school is really fun . the teachers are really fun. I like it when we have fun and goes to school .m
parent
This school is extremely disorganized. The pick up and drop off routine for elementary school students is chaotic. Traffic is not controlled, so that parents are parking in the middle of the street. Crossing Guards and even School Officials are smoking cigarettes around the children. I've asked friends to pick up my children for me just to see if they would have an issue, and of course they did not. They were able to just call the child from the line and walk away without so much as a glance from the teacher. My kidswill not have breakfast at the school anymore. I once complained about a carton of milk that was over sell by date by one day and that my son complained tasted sour. They did not replace milk with fresh ones afterward. As far as the teachers themselves are concerned, I am very pleased with the results. Excellent staff. It is however late August and I've yet to recieve any papers from the school as to their new teachers or school supplies. I think ths school is in dire need of a better parent involvement. I would like to see things such as open houses and open classroom days where the children display their work.