55 out of 10GreatSchools

Farragut Middle School

Hastings-on-Hudson, NY
  • Public
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  • Grades 5-8
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  • Enrollment: 517


Farragut Middle School
27 Farragut Avenue
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706
(914) 478-6230
Farragut Middle School is located in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY and serves grades 5-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 5 out of 10
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Reviews9 Reviews

Personally as part of the LGBTQ+, and winner of the Race Matters award, I have always tried to find equality everywhere. Yes it’s a 50% of equality in this school. This school is made up of a lot of white students, and it hurts if you aren’t. It comes to a point that I sometimes wish a little to have been born white. I wish that in the future that wouldn’t be the problem
Teacher seem jaded and are there simply for their inflated paychecks. They don’t seems to really care about their students. It’s a shame cause Hillside was so wonderful and the staff seemed to really care about the students there.
Having attended the school, I can honestly say there's a mixed bag of teachers, with some that perform very well and inspire their students, and some that are collectively disliked by both the students and parents, and should have gotten fired before being put on tenure. I feel as though the principal does a bad job helping the kids through a tough time in their lives, and the health teacher does very little to try and keep the children from indulging in the stonerhood that our highschool has become. I feel as though the eighth graders are also not given enough privileges, and babied by the school. While the test scores are good, as is most of educating done, I think the school fails in putting the children on a good track. But attests its better than sending your children to one of those dicky private schools. The kids need to learn the ropes. I'd recommend FMS, because of the teachers like Joe Vaccaro and Christopher Keogh
It's an amazing school where children are involved in all kind of activities, sports, orchestra, chorus, band. LA teacher is the best and I wish they were more teachers like her. We come from Europe and we can see a huge difference how Math is taught here. The level is so low , but it's not the school fault it's the system! They are doing in 6th grade what normally you do in 4th grade in Europe. School is very good, the standards are high and I would recommend it.
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