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Ardsley High School

Ardsley, NY
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 677


Ardsley High School
300 Farm Road
Ardsley, NY 10502
(914) 295-5810
Ardsley High School is located in Ardsley, NY and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 9 out of 10
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Our daughters went through the entire ardsley school system, got into superb colleges that met their needs and interests, and have recently graduated with great ambition and excitement for their futures. We owe a lot to the Ardsley schools. One of our daughters has a physical disability and they supported her even beyond what we would have asked for. The best..
I am a graduate of Ardsley High School and was extremely well prepared for the top college I attended. I recently relocated from another Northeast state in order to provide my daughter with the same quality education and community.
I think that Ardsley is a very good school and I feel very lucky to be going here! I just started high school and I feel like I'm getting an excellent education. The English and Science departments are impeccable! In English class, you do so much more than essay, you examine the human way of life and how it translates to text. Although not all teachers are amazing, the majority of teachers I've had have been excellent. Also, seniors this year are going to amazing schools like: Brown, Northwestern, Tulane, Yale, and Wesleyan. Great school!
Ardsley gave me ALL the knowledge I required to get through life, and acquire a great career and wealth. My teachers in the 60's were NOT progressive liberals as they are now and DID impart an education that allowed me to go on to my engineering discipline and obtain many patents in the biomedical field. I value HIGHLY my education received from AHS and can recommend the school system to anyone who has children. I was not the best of students but they gave me ALL the building blocks I needed to acquire a great education. I never went to college bit amassed a portfolio and equity in my 67 years of life. I owe it ALL to my teachers of the 1960's. God Bless them all.
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