Romulus Junior-Senior High School is located at 5705 Route 96 Romulus, NY in Seneca County, and serves grades 7-12. Parents at this school have a high opinion of the Educators at this New York Public School and believe the quality of education received at the school is above average when compared to other schools in New York. Along with the quality of teachers, the principal, extracurricular activities, safety, and discipline are also among the top when talking to parents with children enrolled in the school. Parent involvement is also a very important aspect of the educational programs designed at this upstanding school.
The surrounding community is made up of friendly and supportive parents that desire a quality education for their children and remain very active with the PTA to ensure learning excellence. With teachers and staff adhering to the philosophy “that all children can learn” coupled together with supportive parents and the School provides a tremendous learning opportunity for education. This School adheres to searching for the best way to provide individual teaching methods that will best suite each and every student’s ability to comprehend and learn.
Romulus Junior-Senior High School teachers make every effort to incorporate literacy learning in all areas of learning: social studies, science, math, health, physical education, and the arts. Parents with children attending this public School enjoy the, caring, dedicated teachers, and the desire of the school for parent involvement. The school applies common philosophies set forth by the school community which is to provide students a sound environment for educational excellence that will develop the skills, attitudes, knowledge and values to become contributing members of society.
Romulus Junior-Senior High SchoolRomulus Central School District
5705 Route 96
Romulus, NY 14541
Rural, outside CBSA (Rural: Distant)
Serving Grades: 7-12
Principal: Lynn RhoneCompare to nearby schools »
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