44 out of 10GreatSchools

Albert Leonard Middle School

New Rochelle, NY
  • Public
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  • Grades 6-8
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  • Enrollment: 1232


Albert Leonard Middle School
25 Gerada Lane
New Rochelle, NY 10804
(914) 576-4339
Albert Leonard Middle School is located in New Rochelle, NY and serves grades 6-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 4 out of 10
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Reviews10 Reviews

My daughter is my third child to attend Albert Leonard and we are extremely happy with her education. Teachers are attentive, challenge the kids, approachable and prepare them well for High School. Great communication from all staff, I find it hard to believe these ratings not sure if it's due to parents opting out of state testing! All of my children and neighborhood kids have nothing but positive views on Albert Leonard.
Excellent experience. My daughter is a good student and she was challenged and held to a Hugh standard. She excelled. She is now in the HS and continue to do very well. I am not sure where these metrics came from ALMS is a fantastic school one of the best in all Westchester County.
Overall very good. I am especially happy with quality and consistency of the teaching staff. Despite a large population, the environment is controlled and positive.
My experience at ALMS was quite interesting to say the least. I had very nice and supportive teachers who seem to want the best for all of their students. However, students misbehaving is a serious issue. They often curse, act like the rules don't apply to them, get into fights in the hallway, etc. A lot of the frequent rule-breakers do not get properly punished. The principal wants ALMS to be a bully-free school, but some students do not get the message. But on a more positive note, the support staff is very helpful. Sometimes, certain guidance counselors, social workers, and psychologists might not be in, but there is never a time when all help is gone. The curriculum is fairly easy if you pay attention during class, study, and go to extra help when needed. Teachers usually don't assign too much homework, and while some work is to be done on a computer, certain teachers do provide hard copies. Overall, I would say there isn't much wrong in the way of teaching students, but there is an issue with disciplining students who break the rules.
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