"As a recent graduate of Northern Valley Regional High School. I found classes both challenging and dynamic, and teachers were focused on helping students succeed academically while becoming well-rounded individuals ready for the future."
"Due to a recent move my son was lucky enough to be enrolled at NVOT from a neghboring area and his grades have drastically turned for the better. The staff takes on a personal interest in the individual student and works closely with parents to ensure success. The previous and lower ranked high school did not provide the enthusium and skill set that is part and parcel of the program at NVOT. Grades have gone from average to honor roll in the single year enrolled. I just wish we would have moved here sooner."
"I went here and graduated very well prepared for college. NVOT was an unmatched experience academically; the teachers are challenging and yet helpful and the fellow students for the most part were competitive and engaging. I've heard from others who were not in the honors program that they felt a bit less supported by the staff than I had experienced. Socially, the kids here tend to be spoiled and coddled, but I assume that's the experience you get in a wealthy neighborhood."
"Since the last review (5 years ago), things have changed somewhat. Still a great school academically & still many spoiled rich kids. However, over the years, kids from foreign countries have been increasing for the good education but instead of getting the education (& learning english) their parents intended, many (not all) of these kids form their own crowd (some people call it a "gang") & to separate from the rest. To be fair, it can't all be the school's fault. Good schools attract many parents with good intention for their kids but unfortunately, many of those kids were reluctantly moved over seas & left alone without the direct parental guidance but with lots of money. Can any school do anything about this? That's a multimillion dollar question. What do other neighboring schools do differently? Stricter (educational, admission, etc.) policies, perhaps? Just my 2 cents..."
"This is a wonderful school."