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100 River Drive
Jersey City, NJ 07302

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April 28, 2014
Stevens is unarguably the best school in Hoboken and Jersey City area. My child was there for three years. We would've stayed the whole 9 years if we had not moved out of the area. The wonderful teachers and staff there are the greatest assets in the school. They are knowledgable, nurturing, and encouraging. Our teachers have many ways to get students engaged in the classroom. When you step in a lower grade classroom, you might see them playing with blocks, doing yoga, huddling to read a story, writing a journal, and etc. It seems they are playing all day long. In hindsight, that is exactly how these curious minds absorb and grasp new knowledge. A lot of the times, they work in groups and resolve complex problems on their own by collaborating with one another. At lower grades in Stevens, what the children are given is guidance to evoke their innate curiosity to learn, not forcible feed under pressure. The upper grades indeed have a rigorous curriculum. Their math test ranks one of the highest in the state. The excellent high school matriculation speaks loud as well. There are too many wonderful things to say about Stevens. We truly appreciate our experience there.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2014
Stevens has been a wonderful place of learning for my daughter. In order for children to learn, they have to want to be at school and my daughter has never complained about going to school. Her teachers have found fun and creative strategies for teaching her the fundamentals . She has learned to read, write and do math and believes that when she goes to school she just play. I know that it has always been a great school but believe that it has been made better by the new Head of School. He has brought a wealth of new ideas to the school and I believe that it will continue to beat out all of the competition.

- submitted by a parent
January 28, 2014
I have seen my kids progress for the last two years and I am honestly happy with what they are teaching. So far so good - I really like the school and the staff.

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2013
Stevens Cooperative School continues to be a wonderful place for my kids! I am especially impressed with my daughter's middle school teacher this year. She has already set a tone of teamwork and collaboration that's transferring to my daughter's work and sense of community. I'm so glad we are there!

- submitted by a parent
July 02, 2013
In a nutshell, after having spent several years observing the teachers, the administration and the students, I think the school is best suited for extremely laid back parents who do not mind letting Stevens take on the role of "Big Brother" and who do not care whether their kids are (1) really stimulated and, more importantly, (2) maximizing their true potential. There are for sure good things about Stevens: a nice and friendly environment; very warm and fuzzy; safe for those that may be developmentally or socially challenged. Stevens is truly a happy camper type school vs. an institution with a solid and challenging curriculum, progressive or otherwise. Finally, any school that tells or, suggests to a child not to go to his or her parent but go to the school is just plain wrong. There are many more critical and specific details I could note, but unfortunately space is limited. I will break it down to this: if you like to be really involved in your child's learning and education you won't like the school; if you're a hands off parent with no opinions it will work for you.

- submitted by a parent
July 09, 2012
This school is absolutely great! My daughter is in 7th grade and she enrolled into Stevens Cooperative school when she was in Pre-KK. This was an experience of a life time for her! She has a great education and you form a bond with the teachers and you have a great connection with everyone. My daughter is preparing to into 8th GRADE, since Stevens does not have a high school, you have to go through a "High School Process." Nancy, guides each individual student to find the Perfect high school. Many schools PREFER Stevens students and look forward meeting them. Stevens has a great reputation and they are extremely kind.

- submitted by a parent
June 24, 2012
One need only visit the classrooms and talk to the teachers to see that this is simply an average place. Be prepared to do outside work with your child because it is not an academically strong school. If your child is smart, he or she will be bored.

- submitted by a parent
March 12, 2012
Meh-- it's simple. If you truly care about your children's education, you move to a town that has great schools. Stevens is not a great school, but I suppose it's not horrible compared to the rest of the selection in Hoboken/JC. If you are considering this school for your child, and you are an educated professional, you ought to consider having a family sit down to discuss which is more important: a.) your easy ferry commute to the financial district or b.) your children. We chose our children.

- submitted by a parent
April 10, 2011
The academic program is virtually non-existent in grades K-4. Presentations at open houses and the curriculum put on paper are not executed with highest standards. As with any organization, the problems begin from the top down, but the exiting of the head of the school is coming way too late for us. I would never recommend this school to any professional or personal colleague.

- submitted by a parent
April 05, 2011
We had a horrible experience at Stevens and wish we would have read these reviews before enrolling our daughter. Most teachers are Inexperienced, the administration is not qualified for the job, and the head of school is a despot. My daughter complaint frequently about being bored. Bullying was tolerated in her classroom. You get a disaster for $15,000 a year.

- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2011
As a former teacher at this school, I can tell you it was a miserable professional experience with administration. Teachers are told, when hired, that there is a budget for professional development, but when a great PD opportunity is suggested, they are told that there is no money, or that it isn't a valuable course/workshop. I was counseled to NOT pursue National Board Certification because it would "distract me from my classroom duties" WHAT??? I have since moved on, become Nationally Board Certified and am surrounded by progressive thinkers who truly value education by continuing their own learning. Stevens is stuck in the dark ages and ruled by an administrator with an iron fist. I would accept a position here ONLY if there were no other work options and you need to put food on the table.

- submitted by a teacher
March 28, 2011
Stevens is only an average private, progressive-based institution for grades PK-8. The school has convenient, safe, locations close to NYC in Hoboken and Jersey City, which is the only reason we enrolled our children. There are no other lower school options in Hudson County that provide the same safe environment and quality facilities. However, the curriculum is simply not academically challenging and we hire tutors so our kids can engage in more dynamic and challenging activities. With the exception of a handful of quality teachers, the teaching staff is lackluster and inexperienced. Unfortunately, the administration is not amenable to opinions or critiques of parents; the head of school has been there too long and has lost perspective.

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2011
This school is fantastic! After a wonderful lower school experience we did our due diligence and looked into other middle school options but decided to stay. Are we glad!! Our child has blossomed from a "flakey" underachiever into an independent, engaged , curious and self motivated middle schooler who actually RETAINS information learned, reads voraciously and loves to learn. Instead of a dutiful test taker/rule follower, we are raising a born leader and independent thinker. Bravo stevens!

- submitted by a parent
December 01, 2010
my kids started school this year and are very happy. The teachers are great and the environment of the school very supportive for kids learning.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 19, 2010
My son started Stevens this year and so far it has been an excellent choice

- submitted by a parent
August 30, 2010
We had a terrible middle-school experience when our child a Straight 'A' student who's attended prestigious Private Schools was thoroughly demoralized with the lack of proper teaching and curriculum in all areas other than Math. School administration from the Principal (was recently asked to leave by the Board as per rumors) down to the Admissions Director are dishonest and have a persistent habit of 'double-speak' regarding what the school offers and extracurricular activities at the School. They are insensitive and are desperately 'money-hungry' ! The after-school Computer class paid by us was a huge waste of time and money and a complete disappointment. My child is a prolific web-designer and computer crazy tween and the after school computer course was pre-historic. The Principal gets aggressive and hostile when she finds out kids are leaving Stevens and uses undue psych pressure on parents and the new school. Caveat Emptor !

- submitted by a parent
July 16, 2010
Our experience at Stevens was quite average and happily, we have found a better (private)school for our children. We can confirm (a prior post) that for the most part, the students at Stevens did seem to need more handholding and received excessive praise. And many were quite fresh behind the backs of parents and teachers. For those Stevens parents that claim that "progressive education is not for everyone", they should do research: John Dewey, an early proponent of progressive education found that most kids benefit from such learning. And today, most schools use progressive tenets in moderation. Maybe 10 years ago, Stevens was impressive. Today, they cater to a small and fearful parent population that believes all the hype and is easily led. How refreshing it was for us to not have to be "sold" at the new school we chose for our children.

- submitted by a parent
July 05, 2010
Excellent teachers and curriculum. My child is happy, my child LOVES to learn and LOVES going to school; the administration isn't that wonderful, but we don't have to deal with them, so who cares? There are too many uber-parents stuck on the idea of conventional benchmarks, but they can just look at all the math and science awards Stevens children have accumulated, and look at the high schools to which they gain entrance: top scores and admitted to the top schools. I think a lot of people are put off by the administration and the sense that the school is "snobby" or something - but the teachers are creme de la creme and always have time for questions and comments, and they know each child inside and out. And socially, the environment fosters respect, compassion and responsibility. As my daughter says: "There are NO bullies at Stevens."

- submitted by a parent
June 17, 2010
My family has been in this school for over a decade and I'm not sure what the previous poster means about needing a more positive tone. I assume that many families that go to Hudson or other schools will say they made a better choice -- otherwise, why would they move their child? I'm glad they are happy but there are many happy families here as well - - I hardly think it is a competition where one school is wonderful and the other is dreadful and it's a shame some people want to make it so.

- submitted by a parent
June 16, 2010
Eh. i would wait a year until there is a change in administration. The current head of school will be leaving then Hopefully, there will be a more professional tone and more positive energy at the school. Several of the teachers there really shine, although one of them was asked to leave and it's unclear as to why. We're of to Hudson next year. The families I know who have switched over are far happier.

- submitted by a parent
June 10, 2010
As a former parent at Stevens, I have read every review. I have to say that having left to go to the best area charter school this year,seeing the differences has been quite an education. Stevens is head and shoulders above the rest...period! What I have found at my daughter's new school is an extreme lack of discipline which is something that we never experienced at Stevens. The children at Stevens are well behaved, respectful and kept their hands to themselves. Not so at my daughter's new school and we are so sad that we left due to economic reasons. On the outside all appears great at this new school, but in reality there are many cases of bullying and poorly behaved children in general. The administration does nothing to correct it. I am now working again and we are trying to get back to Stevens ASAP!

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 12, 2010
We pulled our children out of Stevens for many reasons: The school fundraisng and socials were excessive and exhausting. It did seem odd to do so much extra work when we were already paying tuition. As working parents highly involved with our children's lives, feeding the Stevens' machine was more work than we bargained for. For the most part, we found the other parents at the school to be socially needy and more concerned with fitting in than to improving the academics or challenging the Boards and administration to become more active, and responsible. There were quite a few children with serious behavior problems and they were not handled. Worse yet, our children were overly praised for the most typical projects and despite our requests, this behavior continued. After three years, we got up the courage and found a much better school.

- submitted by a parent
May 08, 2010
My husband and I are very pleased with Stevens. Our children are doing very well academically and socially. At ages 13 and 9 they are truly impressive. We give partial credit to Stevens for their suceess thus far. I say 'partial' because any school deserves only partial credit- we reserve the bulk of the credit for ourselves and our children :-). Seriously though, we've had a great experience over the past decade at Stevens. We highly recommend it.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 05, 2010
The school that Stevens is trying to sell existed years ago. It is a business now, which is why our family has left. It's sad and embarrassing that Board members and Administration do not listen to the needs or serious complaints that Coop members have. Most of the good teachers are now gone, and the new and inexperienced ones left, seem to have no idea what actually is progressive about education. Stevens has changed over the years and not for the better. We feel its a sham and not worth the money anymore.

- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2010
Singapore math? Both my wife and I laughed out loud when we read that last post as it is a gross exaggeration. Part of the reason we moved our children out of Stevens was because we found the math and science programs somewhat typical and weak. Clearly some parents need to continue the hype to justify their decision to send their kids. We found most of the kids at Stevens quite average in terms of academic performance. Perhaps we expected too much from the school but the tours, interviews, beautifully appointed class rooms, and academic claims blindsided us. We are not too proud to admit that we made a mistake when we sent our kids to the school. We are thankfully making better choices now.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 03, 2010
Terrible school. Please don't waste your money and send your kids here for quality education. The academics are below average and administration is busy with fund raisers as this school is a coop. If you are one of those parents who are extremely overwhelmed with work, this is a good place for kids to hang out. Its safe, building is kept neat, kids learn a little bit and their after school staff is wonderful. After school is part of the tuition and you need to pick your kids up only at 6:00.

- submitted by a parent
May 03, 2010
Singapore math? Both my wife and I laughed out loud when we read that last post as it is a gross exaggeration. Part of the reason we moved our children out of Stevens was because the math and science programs were somewhat typical and weak. Clearly some parents need to continue the hype to justify their decision to send their kids. We on the other hand aren't too proud to admit that we made a mistake and bought into all the over inflation of the schools methods and can see past all the hype: We found Stevens to be an average experience hiding behing the fancy term of 'progressive' education. The many mean spirited kids at the school left us reeling and the handling of them was terrible. Perhaps Stevens should focus more on that than on their marketing to parents on how unique their very typical school is.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2010
I wonder how these posts about Stevens math curriculum stacks against the poster who said they benchmarked it against Singapore math? And the idea that parents at Stevens celebrates mediocrity doesn't sound right either. My family's experience is that Stevens is a wonderful school. Anyone looking for a school in the area should look past one or two people who repeatedly post negative reviews and check it out for yourself. I'm sure you'll like what you see.

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2010
We agree with the post stating that most schools (besides Stevens) teach kids how to apply math to 'real' world problems. After two years at Stevens, our children are now in a different school and the curriculum at Stevens pales in comparison as far as being dimensional and challenging. We did not find the climate at Stevens very 'real wordly' with the cultures and gender so planned out. The fundraising took so much of our energy and time as if our tuition wasn't enough! There were many misbehaved kids as well and the tolerance extended to them went beyond our comfort zone. We were also set back a bit by the large amount of parents at Stevens who really seemed to celebrate mediocrity. The school does have some nice teachers but overall, nothing impressive enough to make us want to stay. For all the claims, we were very disappointed.

- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2010
We are happily not part of the 'Stevens Family' anymore. We found the administration to be heavy handed, unprofessional, and not very good at partnering with its families. In fact, most parents seem to operate in fear of the 'Head of School' and do not voice their true issues. It's a shame since the school is promoted as progressive.

- submitted by a parent
April 22, 2010
As a math professor, I am all to glad to say that we took both of our children out of Stevens because the math was too easy for them. We have found that numerous schools provide the 'magic' of teaching kids to apply knowledge, particularly in math. It is laughable to hear claims that this type of teaching is exclusive to Stevens. As convincing as others need to be to feel better about their decision, I can confirm first hand that curriculum like Stevens is quite common these days. To those who continue to go to Stevens with tutors on the side: your child's brilliant mind is ultimately in your hands and I commend you for making up for what Stevens can't provide to your intelligent child. Lastly, there were many children at the school that were fresh mouthed and mean. The school did very little to curb the behavior.

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2010
Contrary to popular claims, we did not find the math curriculum particularly challenging for our bright child. As a seasoned educator myself, the proportedly 'innovative' techniques used by Stevens are really quite common and far from 'amazing'. Understandably, many want to believe their child is 'gifted' when in reality, they are probably just bright like most children are and perform a little above average. If a child were truly gifted, they would be attending schools created specifically for such children. While at Stevens, we too had to pay for a tutor outside of school as we wanted more challenge for our non-gifted, yet bright child enough. Stevens is an acceptable school but certainly not worth the money. We are very glad Jersey City has expanded on educational options and are all to happy to be using our finances more wisely.

- submitted by a parent
April 03, 2010
Every school has a handful of children that are advanced and commonly, win math awards. We happen to be the parents of a child gifted in math that did attend Stevens for three years. We found Stevens to be quite average in academics and the school's culture very superficial and lacking. For these reasons, we did not renew our contract and found a much better school. Make no mistake about this: We don't give credit to Stevens for our child's brilliant math mind as they contributed very little to it. Rather, we credit his natural gift and our guidance as his parents. Our child's current school doesn't take the credit either but rather admires and encourages our child's wonderful mind. Schools like Stevens are going to have to do a little bit more than flaunt and hide behind the accomplishments of a handful of naturally gifted students.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 02, 2010
When you have school that is #1 in the state Math League for 6th and 7th grade, and #2 for 8th grade, I think that speaks volumes about the rigor of the school. When parents says that the school is not advanced enough for their gifted child, or that the curriculum is demanding enough, I wonder how such a school could produce these results

- submitted by a parent
March 07, 2010
I go to Stevens, I think it's an okay school. I think the teachers are decent they teach everything but the math teacher is very strict, she was saying that Americans are stupid. The other teachers are pretty good. What we learn about is intersesting. But i think my parents pay way to much money. I also do not like that one day a week we go into Newport and its very unconveinent for me. Also, I hate the head of the school, she makes stupid rules and dose not admit that she is wrong. I got in trouble last year and she did not know all the facts, when she found out that it was wrong, what she had done, she did not admit it, she just lifted the punishments.

- submitted by a student
March 03, 2010
I have two children at Stevens. I ask myself three questions: -Do I like the cirriculum? -Are my children learning? -Are my children happy? The answer to all three is an emphatic YES! A couple of people keep posting negative reviews, but realize that's but a couple of disgruntled parents. Stevens kids excel whereever they go and it's for a reason!

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 03, 2010
I want to add that in the year of possibly the worst recession in the US, Stevens increased their tuition $1800 or about 14% while many independent schools kept their tuition increases to about 2.5 to 3.5%. Again, a sign that the admin simply turns a deaf ear to parent the parent body. Leaving Stevens behind was the best thing we did for our family. Like other posters say, don't believe the hype!

- submitted by a parent
March 02, 2010
Unfortunately, there will be many who love the school, and many who don't for various reasons. The administration, more than the school, was ultimately the reason for our leaving. The unprofessional conduct was just too much to stomach and what we saw in the classroom just didn't make up in value. Both our children are much happier in their current school. I think some children need the type of atmosphere that Stevens provides. But the truth is children who are flexible will flourish anywhere. It's a matter of preference and what's right for each individual child and family. I have heard from some disgruntled parents who are finishing out their year that some good teachers have left and it has caused a divisive atmosphere among staff. But I guess every school has drama. We're glad to be rid of it!

- submitted by a parent
March 02, 2010
We had 2 children enrolled at Stevens and were unhappy and disappointed with our experiences. We witnessed many disheartening situations while there. Some personally and some that were directed at other families. The administration is a failure -unfriendly, unprofessional and not very good at what they do. My advice to anyone that is looking to enroll their child there is to give some thought to all the stories you have heard about Stevens. Yes, you can't please everyone but something is to be said for hearing bad experience after bad experience.

- submitted by a parent
February 26, 2010
I am a parent who is new to Stevens and while I appreciate the progressive teaching style and the way that the teachers demand a high degree of responsibility from the students, I love the new facility that they have moved into at Newport, called Aqua Blue which is one of the nicest schools in the area. There's lots of open space, a gym/auditorium for the students, a lab for science and computers, ample outdoor play space -- and that's not even mentioning the NYC views. It's a great building for a great school.

- submitted by a parent
February 26, 2010
I wonder if some of the parents on this board who say that all of the other schools are commonly practicing 'progressive education' know what they are talking about! Yes, most schools have students working in groups and try to relate some of the curriculum to the students' life experiences, but I know that many of my friends in the suburbs still complain about reams of worksheets for their kindergarteners' homework, essays that have to follow a rigid format for their 3rd graders, and science or social studies projects that only earn an A if completed by the parent. Sure, their public schools are 'free' but our private school costs less than half of comparable schools in Manhattan, which is much closer to us than most suburbs. That's something my husband I think about every day when we drop our daughter off at Stevens. We are getting great value here.

- submitted by a parent
December 16, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
December 03, 2009
We would not recommend Stevens for many reasons. The main reason is that it is overpriced for what you are getting. The education is mediocre at best. The school does look good on the outside and is designed to ease parents of their choice of enrolling. The school is run by parents who are board members and this is quite disturbing considering how inactive they are. The administration is just awful and many parents that speak up have been threatened that their 'contract' wouldn't be renewed. Thank Goodness that there are many better options out there besides Stevens. The expansion of the school and the the now common experience of being 'progressive' in most schools has brought Stevens down.

- submitted by a parent
September 22, 2009
We found Stevens to be quite average in terms of educating our children. Our childen have always been well behaved and our family life is quite stable so we don't credit the school for our pleasant dispositioned kids. We expect that the school would continue what we demonstate at home, much like all the schools do. Our recent move caused us to leave the school but we were planning on leaving Stevens if our move didn't go through. The expansion of the school combined with the fact that all the other schools are commonly practicing progressive education leaves Stevens mediocre at best. The school would like you to believe you are getting so much more but in reality, you are getting an average experience with a lot of bells and whistles on it. The latter must be included to justify the price. Overall, very disappointing.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 17, 2009
The school has a great reputation in providing so much more than a great education. They are involved in developing a well rounded child.

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2009
We are unhappy with our experience with Stevens Cooperative. After four months into the school year, we decided that the school was not a good match for our family: The school had a weak discipline response to the many misbehaved children (bratty,punchers, potty mouthed). The curriculum was so easy for our child that she excelled at everything and was bored. She already knew how to get along with others so the school had little to offer her. When we met with the administrators to discuss pulling her out, we were confused as to why they would become so defensive and combative. They held us legally bound to the contract. Despite this threat, we took her out of Stevens, enrolled her in a better school and went broke fulfilling the Stevens contract. Good news: We are rid of Stevens and our daughter is now thriving.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 11, 2009
I am a graduate of Stevens Cooperative School. I am a rising senior at a top US college, which is consistently ranked in the top 10. After Stevens I turned down acceptance to the local specialized public high school to attend a top tier NYC independent school. My parents and I were extremely pleased with the experience I had at Stevens. I left the school with a base of knowledge far beyond my peers from other schools both public and private. It is, without a doubt, writing intensive. The math program has always been superior. At Stevens you are expected to be motivated to do a great deal of work, participate in group discussions, read lots of material and to have a point of view. I thank my parents often for allowing me to be part of such a wonderful community. I love going back to visit!

- submitted by a student
February 07, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
February 04, 2009
Mediocre school with less than adequate administration. Some teachers shine, while others do not. After a while, seeing my child fail to progress in comparison to his peers in other schools, we decided to enroll elsewhere.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2008
Our son who is gifted in math and science was bored at Stevens and didn't look forward to attending. We pulled him out and got him into another school and he is now thriving. Many of the children (3rd grade) seemed to lack discipline and the structure in the school is rather loose. There was also too much tolerance in the classrooms for children who were troubled and disruptive. Word to the wise: think twice about sending your child to this school if you value learning.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 01, 2008
As a teacher who used to work at Stevens, I regret to say that the expanding of the school greatly took away from what made Stevens so special in the first place. Even the Hoboken campus has suffered and the word is spreading: Stevens has become just another typical progressive school producing very typical progressive school children.

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December 09, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
October 12, 2007
I'm a big fan of progressive and most of the teachers are excellent but the administration is horrible, to the point where it undercuts the faculty. Also, this small precious school is suddenly expanding left and right. There seems to be a new push to develop the school into some sort of megastar with maximized earning power, putting education on the far back burner lately.

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2006
Great school, amazing teachers. Great enviroment!Excellent after school program.

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March 11, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
March 06, 2006
This is a progessive school. The concept is good. My child enjoys it. The staff appears elite and the adminstration is about $. Be sure to read the find print. It is a costly school and rather needed for the $ you pay.

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Stevens Cooperative School
100 River Drive, Jersey City, NJ  07302
(201) 792-3688
Last modified Stevens Cooperative School is a Private school that serves grades PK-8
Stevens Cooperative School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 56 reviews. Top