My daughter graduated from Cedar crest and had an excellent experience. My son is a student there now and enjoys it very much for the most part. I personally know several teachers there and they are top-notch individuals. Sports? that's another thing entirely, unless your child runs track and field or cross country. Those coaches are some of the best I've seen. Overall I would highly recommend the school.
This school is most definitely accommodating to all disablitys and all teachers and staff the best class is typing and study hall and pottery and art one and 2 and viscom and phise ed is the most fun cause you get to swim in the indoor swimming pool but it al statts from higher up on down the same as for as far as home to school it all starts from parents on down to their kids/students one thing you do not want to do though is whem you are on the afternoon bus goin home is throw anything out of the window cause for one that is dangerous for the oncoming traffic and the bus and and you do not wanna get embarrassed by the principal cause you possibly will be facing some disapline and or a school meeting int the audatorium
This school couldn't have done a better job to prepare me for college. I felt that the time I spent here was both useful, and gave me a great intellectual edge. I know many of my former classmates who are currently in Ivy League Universities, which only confirms the high sense of accomplishment and prestige in this school.
This school provides an above average curriculum with many students moving on to Ivy League Universities. The student population is diverse and there are many academic and sports activities to satisfy all interests. The teachers union is very strong which is good in some ways because it allows for high standards, but can be negative when it comes to salary/benefit negotiations at school board meetings. The teachers come across as entitled and take credit for high test scores when, in fact, there is strong parental and community involvement. I am unfamiliar with special needs offerings but it would be unfair to rate the school poorly based only on this criteria considering it is a very small portion of the student population. Overall, the school district is the best in the immediate area.
Cedar Crest provided me with the best education I could get. They did a fantastic job of preparing me for college and the academics there. I always felt that the school had excellent leadership, and academic resources. The school has all the amenities a student could ever wish for. I was involved in music and sport clubs and the are simply top notch. Cedar Crest provides the very best that a student needs. Also the facilities and campus is beautiful.