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Bronx, NY
Students enrolled: 886

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660 West 236th Street
Bronx, NY 10463

(718) 796-8845
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September 30, 2014
My daughters and I moved to New York from Arizona and have lived in Riverdale for almost 5 years. They both have attended PS 24 for several years. I appreciate the frequent communication with the teachers and school sponsored events. They have great cross walk attendants and car attendant for child drop off as well as assertive yet friendly security personnel. It's a safe, clean and nurturing environment.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 02, 2014
There are out of control children at this school and faculty does not discipline them. Instead, they are lead to believe punching and hitting others is within norm.

- submitted by a parent
April 03, 2014
My son loved it! And for me Its not that grate but chinldren last word, is two street from our hause !

- submitted by a parent
August 28, 2013
I moved to Spuyten Duyvil in the search of a great public school. Well, PS 24 is considered one of the best in this area, it is organized, have strong parents leadership, and multiple fundraising activities at the cost of parents pockets. PS 24 falls flat when it comes to teaching academic, it does not have an after school program that is free and no homework help unless your child has special needs. If you have a bright kid chances are your child will not be challenge. Teachers are so overwhelmed with over populated classroom and extra curricular activities that they have no time to properly assess their students or to challenge them. Hope the reviews would have given me some insight about this school before I moved here. This is very disappointing and frustrating.

- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2013
PS 24 is an excellent school - my son's first grade teacher was fantastic - she was firm but loving and the kids received a great deal of instruction. In contrast to his kindergarten teacher (at a different school), he loved his first grade teacher. He finished the year receiving all 3s and 4s and reading at grade level. His occupational therapist also had helped improve his writing - so much so that his OT is reduced to 1x per week (vs. 2x/week). The school also offers special clubs during lunch as well as Spanish and Theatre classes. My only regret is that the school goes up to 5th grade and that he'll leave to attend middle school. Parents Association does a PHENOMENAL job in raising money and is relentless in raising funds - having raised $150,000 during one year to pay for additional teachers and programming. The building is old and can use a renovation, but the education is solid.

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2013
This school is just ok if you have a regular kid. You will surely be disappointed if your kid need special help academically or is very bright that need more challenge. Some teachers are great, some are just so-so. The fact that it is not a union free school make it very difficult to let those long time "so-so" teachers leave. So it's a true hit-or-miss situation every year.

- submitted by a parent
February 07, 2013
My son is in 4th grade at PS 24, and our experience there has been extraordinary. we only wish there was an equivalent middle school in the bronx. every teacher my son has had has been extremely talented. some have been a bit more warm than others, but for the most part the staff is extremely empathetic and they genuinely love their students. The administration is innovative and energetic, and very effective. Like any public institution, there are disgruntled and resentful parents, and you can read their bad reviews here! but pay no heed to them. we have found it very easy to participate in the parent association, and we volunteer regularly. my only complaint about the parents as a whole is that there is considerable resistance among many to contribute to their children's own education. but, that is changing. with every new class, we see more parent involvement and more participation in fundraising, which is great. the money raised by parents has provided smart boards, computers, and trips to lincoln center. I will miss this place when it is time to move on!

- submitted by a parent
February 07, 2013
My daughter couldnt be any happier then she is this yr at PS.24. We moved to the bronx a few months before school started and I was worried about her transition. Her teacher is amazing..kids are great. Very good school support.

- submitted by a parent
September 27, 2012
This is a public school in the Riverdale section of the Bronx. The Riverdale section of the Bronx is the most affluent area of the Bronx. The school is so great! All of the fantastic things about it cannot fit into the regular 5 day week. Therefore, unlike all other schools, PS24 needs to have a revolving 6 day week. The only problem with this is that no-one knows what day of the week it is at PS24 without consulting a source other than a calendar. Please disregard all negative and mysterious comments about PS24 that are posted on this site. Such comments are clearly made only for political gain.

- submitted by a community member
September 08, 2012
This is a public school in the Riverdale, a section of The Bronx. The demographic profile reflects this reality. Most of the parents are hard working people with backgrounds that love Bell's curve and they know that PS24 is one of the best schools in the Bronx and recognize that their children will have a solid education here. Somebody ill informed calls this school "a favorite for lazy parents" and although I think everyone is entitled to their own opinion, this opinionated commentary was made in one's bad day. PS24 is very well organized, parents are involved and teachers are very interested in one thing: our children's education. Some irrationally irated comments seem politically motivated, either to keep away interested people in order to avoid overcrowding or just cause damage for some cryptic reason.

- submitted by a parent
May 08, 2012
Great school. I went there as a child and now my daughter attends. Still hosts a wonderful learning environment. Teachers are superb. School is in excellent shape as well. You can literally eat off the floors. The diverse ethnicity of students make for socially advanced children. Just my opinion. Very pleased.

- submitted by a parent
March 02, 2012
Our child started attending PS24 in the fall for Kindergarten. While the school is academically very sound, the environment is very cold and the kids are treated very harshly. The Principal walks around with her nose in the air and does not greet parents (unless you're the president of the PA). The PA is amazing but needs to be more inviting. Whiny parents, snobby community. After hearing so many wonderful things about PS 24, we were very dissappointed with the school overall. We have transferred our child elsewhere.

- submitted by a parent
December 03, 2011
Can't understand all the great reviews there are probably 2 great teachers if that many and the teacher my son has now her strings are being pulled by the class and grade reps .Thank god my son is smart and I always find new ways of helping him because this teacher really does not care about teaching she only cares about what the top parents think.There are only a select group of parents who are allowed to do anything in the school the rest of us are not even spoken to only when the class needs money they invite us to participate .Thought this was a public school but it is not being run that way

- submitted by a parent
June 27, 2011
My son passed the practice test for the ELA test that decides whether he would go into 5th grade next year. So, we've already spent thousands of dollars on his ideal summer camp, the time of which coincides with the mandatgory summer school he now faces. The official ELA scroes were available well before June 20. The letter about him failing the language part of the test was dated June 20, but we didn't receive it until June 24. How do we tell a 10-year-old that he may not go to 5th grade next year and that he may not be able to attend his ideal summer school?

- submitted by a parent
May 13, 2011
We began renting in Spuyten Duyvil because we hoped that PS 24 would be a good fit for our children, and we are so grateful that we did. Our son is now in first grade, and although he entered kindergarten not reading at all, now he is a "level M". I am so impressed with the quality of teachers he has had. Mornings are so easy for us because he LOVES going to school. His class composed a full orchestral piece that was then performed by an adult orchestra. He looks forward to Chess Club during lunchtime. He is constantly engaged in charitable activities - most recently we donated books to send to tornado ravaged elementary schools in the South. The school is on a 6 day schedule which allows students to take additional "specials" like theater, music, art, and conflict resolution. We cannot say enough good things about the school. You can't look at the out-of-date postings below. The school's new principal (of almost 2 years now) is really doing things right. by our child. We are so convinced that PS 24 is a great school that we recently made the leap and bought a home here in the neighborhood. We are here to stay.

- submitted by a parent
December 10, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating September 28, 2009
Our daughter graduated 2 years ago from PS 24. Her cousins go to Fieldston. We think she received a better education than her cousins and had the added better benefit of going to school with a real cross section of NYC. Most of the teachers and administrators were extremely engaged and prepared to teach our daughter. It was a great jumping off point for middle school and where ever she goes in the future. Avril Wenderoff and Steve Bloom (4th and 5th grade teachers) truly rock and should be cloned

- submitted by a parent
September 23, 2009
P.S. 24 has been an awesome place for both my daughter (in G & T) and our son (who started kindergarten after having been recently adopted and not speaking English). They are children with very different needs; P.S. 24 has been a supportive environment with great teachers for both. The distractions around its Principal (or lack of one) prevents it from getting 5 stars.

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2009
After having two children at this school for a total of 11 years, I can say with conviction that PS 24 is a mediocre school with many unprofessional teachers, staff, and administrators coupled with very competitive parents who live vicariously through their children. My younger son had a wonderful woman as his 4th grade honors teacher, but for the other grades the teachers were substandard. If I had to do it over again, I would have explored the many wonderful options in Manhattan and the private schools. Both my kids now go to other truly great schools outside of this community, thus illuminating the mediocrity of PS 24. My advice to parents is to look beyond PS 24's fame status and really check out the types of adults (teachers, parent coordinator, assistant principal, etc.) involved with this school . . . and then run as far away as you can!!!!

- submitted by a parent
July 09, 2009
I love this school. It's organized and my child is diciplined. They are informative and I love the school.

- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2009
My daughter was accepted into the honors program in fourth grade. The teacher was so nice. She was sweet and caring for the students. I was very flabbergasted when she was accepted because her grades were below average in second grade. But the third, fourth and fifth grade were strong. I am very proud of this school.

- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2009
I'm a graduate of spuyten duyvil ps 24. i loved the school. I was able to learn so much there and was supported by teachers and faculty. There are things that may be improved (the curriculum), but other than that, I appreciated this school for all it had done for me. After, I made it into the middle school and high school (Stuyvesant) I had put as my goal. Thank You!

- submitted by a community member
January 30, 2009
My daughter used to attend PS 24 in 2005. After only 4 months of Kindergarten, I had to pull her out of the school do to lack of resources. Children who receive special educational services are not included and supported by the school. The segregation that happens in the special ed department is depressing. The lack of specialized services for children is over whelming. If you have a child with special needs I would not recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
no rating September 17, 2008
My daughter used to attend PS 56. She was accepted to the gifted and talented program. After a lot of discussion with the staff, she was allowed to go to PS 24. At PS 56, there were parent workshops every month with free manipulatives and some story books. At P.S. 24, there is only 1 workshop because the parents commute. At P.S. 56, the school calendar scheduled trips for the school. At PS 24, the place is so isolated that scheduling trips may be more difficult. The principal kindly called our house and welcomed us but there are some things I miss about my daughter's old school.

- submitted by a parent
August 05, 2008
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February 21, 2008
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- submitted by a student
no rating January 08, 2008
The teachers are very interested in the kids AS there are is a large group of special ed kids there, there is some resistance to placing more there. Not enough seats for gifted and talented program - Students who tested high (but not high enough) were given a seat in another district school. Great emphasis on Physical education and health. Good parent involvement. Lose lots of the great kids to private school when they hit the local middle school 141.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 07, 2008
8 out o 10 this is a good school. I have a seven yr old that goes there and i really love the teachers and faculty they are always willing to help.

- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
November 01, 2007
I am starting my sixth year as a parent of children at PS 24. I have three children attending. The school is a very good public school with excellent teachers and very active parent involvement. A problem with the school is that some of the lunch room aides yell at the students very often, using a microphone, or insist on silence from the students. (This is the only time of the school day that the students are permitted to talk.) This treatment of students has been going on even before the sixth years that I have been involved at the school. The principal has just begun his position this year. I cannot blame him since he has had so little time on the job. But it is time that something is done to correct the situation. Students should be treated with more respect and dignity.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2007
I am starting my 8th year as a parent at 24 and am honestly just as pleased as I was in my 1st. New Principal seems supportive and responsive with a heavy emphasis on art, music and physical education - which is great. There is a solid core of dedicated parents on the PA providing huge support - financial and otherwise - to teachers and staff. Instrumental music program, science program with working planetarium, computer lab, wonderful art program with working kiln. Partnership with Philharmonic. All students have gym at least 1X/week. Lots of field trips in all grades. Very culturally/racially diverse. Class size is reasonable - 20-21 in 3rd grade. Fundraising is kept to a minimum and whenever possible 'disguised' by a fun event, activity or party. Numbers of kids moving on to 141 is on the rise...promoting the idea of a community school K-12.

- submitted by a parent
June 01, 2007
we thought that we were gettig into a great school but ended up taking our son out. an the admin. staff does not appreciate any input by parents. the kids are great, most of the teachers are great but thier hands are tied. the programs are so incredibly lame and the fuzzy math is a joke.i wish i had better things to say about this school but i dont. we moved to get into a better more caring school and its worked out great.

- submitted by a parent
May 31, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
March 03, 2007
My son started at PS 24 in kindergarten this year. Although the school has a reputation as a 'great public school', we have been extremely disappointed. The reputation must be based on standardized test scores, which are high. However, the academic program is completely developmentally inappropriate -lecture style teaching for the majority of the day, little to no physical activity, little to no play time. There seems to be little concern for the social emotional needs of the students.

- submitted by a parent
July 31, 2006
PS 24 is a great, neighborhood school. There is a real partnership between the administration, parents and teachers. Everyone puts the children first and this results in a strong academic program and strong enrichment programs such as art, music and physical education. Parents who move to Riverdale for the great schools should be pleased with PS 24. The kids are happy, nurtured and challenged at all grade levels. While the school is not perfect, it is very, very good and one to be proud to send your kids to.

- submitted by a parent
July 12, 2006
Great school! Going to school can be hard for most children, but PS 24 makes it easier. My children love it there. They have great friends and wonderful teachers, most of whom are willing to

- submitted by a parent
June 28, 2006
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- submitted by a former student
June 20, 2006
Academics program is very good. I found the teacher to work with my daughter (1st grade) in regards to her being a little more advanced in certain subjects. The teacher was giving my daughter 2nd grade math work which she was achieving. I'm so glad the teacher worked with her. I was afraid the school would not work with her advanced skill sets because they do not have a special program for gifted children. Music, art, sports (limited and it's gym) are provided once a week. I wish they had a sports team for the school. Parent involvement is tremendous as well as the PTA.

- submitted by a parent
January 02, 2006
Beware! This school promotes itself as an old-fashioned 'good' school in a good neighborhood, but it has serious flaws. For the average child, the academic program is fine. For the gifted child, the academic program is skewed in favor of those children who are quiet and pliant. There is no Physical Education program, so if you have a child who needs Gym to release energy and be healthy (like all children!) be prepared for trouble! The principal doesn't believe that children need Physical Education to be healthy. Admission to Gifted program in 4th and 5th grades is determined by favoritism, not grades and scores. Administration will take revenge on your child if you object to class placement. Some very, very good teachers are struggling to work within this atmosphere.

- submitted by a parent
June 13, 2005
My son had a good experience in ps 24. The problem has been overcrowding but that is no longer the case. There are many new teachers in this school, the turnover has been tremendous in the past 3 years, which is not great.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2005
Very co operative staff, great challenge for smart children. After school activities are great. Nice clean building.

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2005
The only thing i can find wrong with PS24 are some of the office workers, and 1 teacher. the principal is great and so are the special ed reading and math teachers. parent support is great also, but it is true, that if you are not of the 'in crowd' your child takes the brunt of it. but that goes for ALL NYC schools.

- submitted by a parent
March 10, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
January 24, 2005
P.S. 24 is a very strong elementary school in the NYC public school system. My son completed kindergarten and is currently in 1st grade. He has made tremendous academic strides at the school and has enjoyed his experience. The academic programs are strong and he is stimulated and interested in his class studies. At his age level, we do find the non-academic programs to be somewhat limited. I don't have a good sense of what else is offered in this regard. PS 24 is a very strong community based school and the parent body is very involved. It is a very community oriented school. Our son's experience at PS 24 has been very positive. It is a wonderful school but like any public school, the parents must stay involved to make the most out of the experience.

- submitted by a parent
January 21, 2005
The school is no longer the pride of the riverdale community because of the new administrators. Perhaps next year will be better when a new assistant principal will come. No one from the staff will take time to be cordial. It doesn't cost anything to be nice. IF your child's teacher is absent it is best the child stay at home rather than be exposed to some heartless substitutes we have encountered in the last year. Some of them have put fear into the hearts of our kids. Yes keep your child home if you know their teacher will be absent you will do you kid a blessing although some classroom teachers can be just as damaging as we do have several who should be let out.

- submitted by a parent
December 16, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
October 18, 2004
the new year is in full swing and it was not surprising to see the new teacher turnover once more. Why can't this school retain their faculty?It sure says something and gives one something to think about before registering their child here.

- submitted by a parent
October 12, 2004
after readng all the reviews about the school everyone seems to agree the administration needs to go and a new one to be put into place. a politican for a schools not what we need nor do we need an assistant principal that frightens the children with her screaming. A friend of ours entered this building and was aghast at the tone set here. Everyone was nasty from the security guard to the secretaries in the office to the school aides that assist the teachers and students. My heart goes out to these poor kids who have to put up with thiws unfriendlness day in and day out. Adults know better to look away and but kids should not be subjected to the scorn of such adult behavior.

- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
July 21, 2004
Most of the teachers, students and the parents are very good. I agree with others wrote about not being somewhat in the 'in crowd'. Im a single mom (widow) who does all she can do to be there for my child. I go to all the parent meetings and as many other activities as i can. However, becuase I work full time, I cant go to every activity and that obviously has an impact on my child. When i noticed that my child was not up to par on some subjects and asked for help several times, I was ignored. My child was put on the side-lines. While the kids of Mom's who didnt work outside the home got much more attention. The Principal is more like a Politician that a Real person. The Assist. Principal is a screamer who seems to enjoy the control that she has on these kids.

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2004
Now that the school year is coming to a close we can say it wasn't abad year it wasn't a good year. We are all sorry to see some of the best teachers leaving like Mrs. Murray who was the ESL teacher. We are loosing our guidance counselor to retirment The school nurse retired in February and we have lost some excellent substitute teachers like Mrs. Heller and Mrs. Strenger. Maybe these subs will come back in September to satisfy the wishes of the students. They were the greatest and were sorely missed by everyone including the parents. And so as summer approaches we wish everyone a healthy and a happy vacation and off to a better start come September.

- submitted by a parent
June 14, 2004
If you are looking for a school that has great activities for the kids this is the place. Just yesterday we had kindergarten frolics and there are 50year celebrations all in just one week>Kindergrten children were involved in tap dancing and performed on the public stage.But for academics they donot challenge the children. Special education gets more priority than does general education since both the princpal and his assistant both come from special education backgrounds The staff is young inexperienced and not all that congenial. There will be many changes in the staff once again in September. Maybe this time it will be right.

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2004
As this school year comes to an end we are very disturbed with the lower reading scores as posted in the daily papers today. This school went down 3 points or percent. As many parents have said in e-mails prior the administration is inept and needs to be replaced. Once again there is a large exodus of staff members. This seems to be a regular occurence which does not speak well for the school. Come September our children will be seeing mamy, many, many new teachers once more. The parents are fed up with this pattern and will be demanding a new principal and vice principal shortly.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2004
Alot of parents feel that PS 24 only recognizes the kids whoes parents are active in the school..this is true of all schools! If you don't help out, your kid is left hanging! And this is not right. Not all parents have the time or energy, even if they wanted to help out with the class or PTA. One more thing, the teachers should check homework when it is done, this makes a kid want to do even better next time. Not all teachers do that though.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2004
This once upon a time fantasic school will be celebrating its 50th anniversary in June. Many of the parents and alumni have chosen to stay away to make a statement. The people are sad to see that this school is being led down the tubes since the new administration has taken over. All we want is for our school to be given back to us the way it was in past years before these people came and created a huge staff exodus. Maybe this boycott will make the higher ups that be realize something is amis.

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2004
We just admitted our two sons to this school and found the administration cold and callused. I hope this is not the case with the rest of the staff. We will continue to be optimistic. If it turns out to be a bad situation we will move our kids to the other neighborhood school that has been rated better according to math and reading scores and teacher capability. Hope this will not be the case.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2004
Recently the mayor and the chancellor decided to transfer administrators to lower performing schools. What a great idea and this would be great for this school as well. You see the current administration has a way of alienating parents and staff members. It would certainly help and not hinder this once excellent NYC school. Since the schools can run by itself the children would only benefit from such a change.

- submitted by a parent
March 23, 2004
we were made very uncomfortable by the school safety officer who instead of speaking grunts at you when and if on duty. Most of the day the front desk is covered by assistant teachers who are not trained as what to do in an emergency this poses a threat to the children.The phrase no child left behind is a joke here everyone but the children come first.

- submitted by a former student
no rating March 12, 2004
I love PS 24. The administration is involved and caring. Teacher turnover can be an issue, as it can be in any NYC public school, but they hire the best and the brightest, and staff development is top-notch. And there are teachers who have been there for years, because they are talented and dedicated. There is a very active Parents' Association, which works hard and contributes in many ways to the school. There is a Learning Leaders program, which enables parents to tutor, and be directly involved with children in the school in many ways. The atmosphere is definitely open and welcoming. The community is active, varied, and full of vitality. If you want your child to have a comprehensive education, and wish to play an active role in achieving that goal, then PS 24 is the place to be.

- submitted by a parent
March 05, 2004
24 is the best school for special education children they come from far and wide. General education is so so. If your child needs special services this is the place. Hopefully the entire school can go special education.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 10, 2004
My children went to this school, we were not happy with their education. There is low morale among the teaching staff. The administration is rude and unavailable. But in spite of the shortcomings they did well because bright children learn without the aid of the teacher.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 03, 2004
24 is located in a great area. That is the best I can say for the school. I agree the teachers, staff and administrators are mean and rude. I would put my child in any other school rather than this one. No one has time or cares about your child. There are too many special eduction classes. The bright child goes by the wayside. If you are not active in the parent association no one knows your child is there.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 27, 2004
Poor experiences with rude staff with no time for anyone. This tone is set by the administration which seems to cater to parents that are officers of the parent association and no others. Everyone wants to be number one here, the teachers, the parents and the students. It is a poor enviroment in which to rear a child. go elsewhere if you have a choice.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 26, 2004
I agree with the two reviews . I would avise every parent to run far from this school. It is all show and tell. The principal sets the poor tone here. The staff is rude, rude, rude. Everyone wants to be number one, the teachers, the parents and the students. Competition is horrible. No child should have to be exposed to this climate. There are better schools out there.

- submitted by a community member
no rating January 06, 2004
We have a fourth grade teacher that appears to never grade papers or assignments. Consequently we never know how our daughter is performing and she has little motivation to please her teacher. The staff is also rude! I fail to see how this school is so 'great'. We will probably transfer our daughter to a private school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 25, 2003
This may be a great school, but the staff attitude to parents deserves 0%. Staff should take customer service classes. Every time I call this school to get information, I get inconsiderate feedback from the staff. The staff response is always hurried and abrupt. Even if this is the best school in the United states, I will rather send my child outside USA to learn.

- submitted by a parent
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Ps 24 Spuyten Duyvil
660 West 236th Street, Bronx, NY  10463
(718) 796-8845
Last modified Ps 24 Spuyten Duyvil is a Public school that serves grades K-5. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 9 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Ps 24 Spuyten Duyvil Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 67 reviews. Top