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Gilbert, AZ
Students enrolled: 600

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1424 S Promenade Ln
Gilbert, AZ 85296

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(480) 699-1215
(480) 279-5433
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November 20, 2014
Clearly there's a difference between what parents think of the high school and what the actual students think. On the outside, it seems like a great school. On the inside, however, it's completely different. There are students that attend this school that don't even believe in God- which isn't a problem cause maybe this school could turn them to God especially with the great Bible teacher's. However, the student influence is so terrible that the influence of one teacher alone won't bring them closer to God. I've seen it happen countless times- bad influences are everywhere and they're ruining good Christians one by one at this school. I've seen some of the most steadfast Christians become the total opposite- "fake" Christians, and it pains me to see that happen in a school that claims to help you grow closer to God. Guess what GCHS, you hire all the write staff, but you are absolutely TERRIBLE, let me repeat that, TERRIBLE at picking students who go in the school. All I wanted was a good circle of Christian friends but that can't happen when PEOPLE IN A CHRISTIAN SCHOOL ARE AFRAID TO LIVE OUT THEIR FAITH. Oh, and one last thing, this school should be about Jesus, NOT BASKETBALL!!

- submitted by a student
October 28, 2014
As a former student who spent his freshman and sophmore year at Gilbert Christian, I strongly suggest that you do not go here, or send your child here. Most students that go here are fake Christians and do not take the bible seriously. The only thing this school seems to care about is the basketball team. They are constantly recruiting players and even going as far as paying their tuition in full just to convince them to play basketball. And what is even worse is these kids act as If they are above every other student and can be complete jerks to other students. From an educational standpoint it is decent but if you are looking for a christian education, then I recommend looking into other christian schools. (This review only pertains to the high school campus, not the k-8 campus which is run very differently and much better than the high school.)

- submitted by a community member
August 30, 2014
Gilbert Christian has gone through many dramatic changes in the past 5 years. From changing leadership, school name, philosophy, etc, the former 'Surrey Garden Christian School' is nothing like it once was. This change however is for the better. The quality in staff has gone up greatly, leadership is amazing, the outlook and focus of the school is in line with Christian values and education standards, and most importantly, they have taught and are teaching my children to be mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually strong when they leave this school. I have children who still attend and children who have graduated and are now in college. My college students are on the presidential lists at their universities and received full ride scholarships. They have told me how worried they were for college and thinking they might not be prepared enough, however they will tell you now that they were absolutely well prepared compared to their other college peers. They are excelling at their universities and I could not be prouder. If you want a place for your child to grow in their faith and be challenged educationally, then Gilbert Christian is for you!

- submitted by a parent
June 17, 2014
I have written a review before that was more focused on the school itself. This review is more about the staff and students. The staff is exceptional with the exception of a few teachers who shouldn't be there. Almost all the teachers hold a masters or are working on a masters degree and could be getting paid more to work some where else but most of the teachers are happy to be there and do the utmost to help there students succeed. Two of the teachers though should not be there and are the only flaw on the spectacular staff. The students on the other hand are so so. Most are good kids who are not as christian as you would expect but are good kids. Others, basketball players, can be very arrogant and think they are too good for everyone else. There are also some kids who think they are better then everyone else, but its a private school so obviously there is a lot of money. But some of these kids need a taste of the real world and need a wake up call that not everything in life is handed to them on a silver platter and need to get over themselves but i digress. This is only a very small portion of them however. I think this school will work out some of the kinks before next year.

- submitted by a community member
May 20, 2014
horrible school. students are made up of drama creating, gossiping fake people. The only real christians are the staff members. Just finished my freshman year and I really don't want to come back. It looks like a great school, but looks can be deceiving.

- submitted by a community member
February 24, 2014
GCS is a strong, stable and Christian-based Educational school. Emphasis is on Equipping kids to love God and to place Him above all things. Additionally, GCS has a curriculum that supports strict adherence to the highest educational standards. Highly recommend this school. Elementary Principal, Mrs. Ann Flagg, is a true professional. She is lovingly dedicated to serving God through her unwavering dedication to the kids. She is a genuine person and respected educator!

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2014
The parent community at GCS is involved. The teachers are outstanding. The curriculum is research based and implemented skillfully and systematically. Most importantly, the school puts Jesus Christ as the forefront off all learning and activity. This is a wonderful school for Christian families. There is a waiting list because it's excellent!

- submitted by a teacher
February 20, 2014
Gilbert Christian School is an amazing place! Our children have attended GCS for the past four years, and every year, we continue to be HIGHLY impressed with the teachers and administration. They strive towards excellency in all scholastic areas, and yet also do a fantastic job of teaching and modeling a very genuine faith in Jesus, that is relationship and grace-based. In addition, the extracurriculars that they offer are wonderful. Our kids absolutely LOVE GCS!!!

- submitted by a parent
February 19, 2014
Having taught in both private and public schools, I cannot speak more highly of the administrators and the faculty of GCS. It is an excellent school!

- submitted by a teacher
February 19, 2014
Our child has attended GCS since kindergarten , is now in 3rd grade. The teachers, staff and especially the leadership( specifically the elementary principal ) have been outstanding. I cannot say enough positive things about this school- besides the amazing education my child receives , the caring, Godly people that make this school so special have truly been a blessing.

- submitted by a parent
February 19, 2014
We have been blessed to have our children attend GCS for the past 8 years. We love the fact that GCS provides a Christian environment, quality education, small classroom settings and an incredible teaching staff. The teachers really know and care about your children's education and spiritual growth. Our children have attended the elementary, middle school and high school. All levels provided the Christian focus we had hoped for. We highly recommend this school if you are considering sending your children to GCS!

- submitted by a parent
February 04, 2014
The Elementary Principle is less concerned with the well being of the children and more concerned with keeping the parents that donate money to the school HAPPY. The school is all politics. The teachers are wonderful but have to deal with the political aspect of the school. The school is less concerned with raising good, wholesome christian children,and more concerned with your money. They will do whatever a parents with money (or who donates) says.

- submitted by a parent
February 04, 2014
My issue is not so much with the school, or most of the staff, but more so with the school principal and leadership. I had my child in Kindergarten and he was continually bullied and targeted for acting like a normal immature kindergarten child. At one point they were telling my child what a bad person he was and broke him down enough that I took him to a psychiatrist to find out what may be wrong with him. In going to the psychiatrist, he couldn't believe the bullying coming from the school on my child, even with the immature actions by my son. The principal chose to expel my son for sticking his tongue out at another student after she told him not to do that the day before.

- submitted by a parent
April 10, 2012
First year family. Amazing school: wonderful music program and specials, love that physical fitness is incorporated into each day in the classroom beyond PE, love that recess and lunch is long enough to enjoy ,( in public schools they sometimes had 10-15 minutes) love that standards are high, class size is small and that God and faith is incorporated into every aspect of the day. Leadership is highly connected with the needs of staff, children and parents.

- submitted by a parent
February 19, 2012
This school is expensive and not worth the money. The education is lacking. The administration does not know how to deal with problems. Instead of spending the money on the students education they spend it on advertising. I learned more in 2 years in junior high than I have in the last 4 years at Gilbert Christian.

- submitted by a community member
February 15, 2012
GCS has been a blessing to our family. Our daughter is in her second year and we look forward to her continued academic success and Christian teaching by example. The staff is an amazing group of kind, caring and talented people. As with any school, we will keep a watchful eye on the promise of individualized student teaching; so far our high standards have been met.

- submitted by a parent
November 22, 2011
Gilbert Christian Schools is a wonderful place for children to learn, a great community, and most importantly, a godly atmosphere which is lived out among the faculty and staff. We feel that our children are getting a high-quality education that will continue through middle and high school. We also know that the Word of God is being honored as they study through the Bible and are taught how to live a Christ-honoring life. We would highly recommend GCS to anyone who would like their children to grow not only academically, but also in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ!

- submitted by a parent
June 01, 2011
Love the school! We are going into our 3rd year and our experience has been beyond our best expectations. The administration is made up of Godly men and women trying to honor God in all they do. God has blessed their efforts and the school continues to grow despite the bad economy.

- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2011
The tuition continues to spike even through this bad economy! That isn't the proper way to treat dedicated parents. Politics seem to control this school. Outside looks great until you see the inside!

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2011
This is a great school that has experienced many MANY changes in the recent years. With any change there is going to be bumps along the way and that is expected. But with this school, when they face the bump in the road they do their best to change it and make it better. The Staff here is wonderful and i feel like my children are getting such a great education. My kids are way more ready for college and life than I ever was. THere are somethings about this school that i have a problem with and would like to see changed but overall I love it and so do my kids. A lot of people say "Why are you sheltering your kids from the real world?" Well my response is this. THis school isnt perfect and neither are the kids. Not everyone at this school is the christian robot that everyone likes to think they are. My kids see enough of "the real world" in this school and outside of it , but the difference is, is that my children are guided to make smart decisions and have parents and staff who want to help them make those smart choices. I know that my children have not just flourished academically in this school but also emotionally and spiritually and that is what I am most grateful for.

- submitted by a parent
March 18, 2011
My children have attended GCS - MS and GCS - HS for the last two years. We know there have been changes made in these last two years, but I can't comment since our children never attended SG. However, what my children are experiencing now is an educational institution that is lead by God honoring people from the administration to the custodial staff, instruction that requires higher level thinking skills, creative problem solving and collaboration rather than memorization and knowledge based feedback, a school that has an amazing general music and choir program as well as PE, sports and drama. I feel my children are receiving an exceptional education, couldn't be happier!

- submitted by a parent
March 08, 2011
NOT a good school at all. That might be why there's only like 100 people in highschool.

- submitted by a community member
September 03, 2010
I wrote the last review and my opinion has changed since then. I still think GCS is a good school, however, it is no longer a school that offers individualization, which is the whole reason we sent our son there. The school appears to be moving toward a public school model, but with Christianity included. Some kids may do great there...but a child that needs individualization will not.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 04, 2010
I came to Gilbert Christian (formerly Surrey Garden) as a homeschooler in 7th grade. During the 5 years since, my experience hasn't been perfect, but then again, nothing is. Overall, I found my time there to be very enjoyable, and I am so thankful that my parents placed me there. GC has given me challenging academics and athletic opportunities that wouldn't be available to me if I had remained a homeschooler or gone to a larger school. At times, I have not agreed with some decisions or policies, but I can honestly say that I have the highest respect for all of the teachers and administration.

- submitted by a student
August 18, 2009
Our goal as parents is to provide the best possible education for our kids and gorify the Lord in the process. GCS teaches the Bible, requires arts education, including strings, band, art and drama. The curriculum allows students to move ahead or seek remediation as individuals. They learn computer skills, Spanish and laboratory science. Its small size allows virtually all kids to participate in sports if they desire. The faculty loves God and works hard to teach and foster every student. The diversity of children is extraordinary - adopted kids (including my own) from around the globe. Finally, (contrary to the jan. 8th post) I do not go to either of the supposed only 2 churches, don't live in Agritopia and have never been considered 'normal.' My senior and freshman are in exactly the right place at GCS.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 04, 2009
Their overarching philosophy is Individualized Instruction which essentially means no lectures (or very short ones) with students doing the bulk of the reading, writing, explaining, investigating, and discovery. With no long teacher lectures to swallow up the bulk of the class time, students get one-on-one time with teachers every hour. This is exceptional for several reasons. One, it allows for personal question/answer and feedback time, which research shows is absolutely essential for learning. Two, over time, this system allows for the teachers and students to truly develop a working relationship. This allows the teacher, and by extension the school, to better meet the individual needs of the student. Students want and need this attention for their academic, social, and spiritual growth. A huge bonus in all of this individualized attention is that 'negative behaviors' are rarely seen because students get plenty of 'good attention' all day long!

- submitted by a parent
no rating July 20, 2009
Surrey / GCS is an amazing place for kids to get an education. I find peace each day my 2nd grader walks to school knowing a fantastic woman who loves him for all of his wonder and hang ups will be by his side encouraging him and training him. I was educated in a private academy and trust me, not every private school is equal. Every teacher I have encountered at GCS LOVES their students and wants to make their educational experience special and meaningful. Changes are tough, but this school has not degraded in the process!

- submitted by a parent
June 30, 2009
We have two children at Gilbert Christian. I come from a perspective of having my oldest in the Gilbert Public School system 2 years ago. She just finished up her first year at Surrey/Gilbert Christian and the difference is night and day. She loves the school, loves going to the school and speaks of how different it is compared to the public school she went to. I've seen her math comprehension soar and her writing skills develop very well. My other child started kindergarten and he has excelled amazingly well. I wasn't around to compare under the old administrator. All I know is this school has been a true blessing to my family.

- submitted by a parent
June 22, 2009
I think the school is changing for the better. The 'growing pains' are worth it.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 22, 2009
As far as K-6th grade, nowhere in the valley can a child in those grades get a safer, more God-centered, education. As for the high school, yes there were some issues- that comes with teenagers. Some things could have been handled differently, sure, but last I checked we are not perfect as people and we need to take acountability for our own children's mistakes. As for issues with administration and the board, many issues were due to the fact that they were left a horrible mess when Mr. Ihms left. Three teachers were forced to step in and assume administrative roles. Now we have a new, experienced administrator who has an Excellent track record. I look forward to the future. If you want to leave, go, but be Godly and do not bash- Look to the log in your eye first.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 20, 2009
We have been at this school for over 10 years and didn't see the changes that this parent is suggesting.

- submitted by a parent
June 19, 2009
The school is definately headed in a direction away from it's historically excellent reputation. The values that made it Christian & an academically rigorous school are being replaced by priorities to make it a big school. If parents are searching for a Christ centered alternative to homeschooling, this is no longer the best choice in the East valley. If you are looking for cleaned up version of the surrounding public schools, than this is a good fit. You will find high parental involvement and neighborhood support. The location is still a great place to raise a family and the neighborhood feels safe. A secular family would feel very comfortable here and fit right in with all of the changes that are planned. I think the name change which includes the word 'Christian' is just to justify the high tuition and keep it from becoming a charter school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 19, 2009
Wow - Our family has been at the school for 6 years and most of our experiences have been wonderful both under the previous administrator and the interim administration. We feel the latter did a wonderful job at keeping the school on track until our new principal comes. Administration has always had a open-door policy and our thoughts and comments have always been welcomed. The few academic changes that have been proposed are, in our opinion, for the better as every insitution should be open to better themselves. The staff consists of warm, wonderful and extremely caring people who LOVE our children. Blessings to Surrey/GCS in the future as well as to the schools that some students have chosen to move to.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 17, 2009
As a parent of students at Gilbert Christian School, I am so excited for the new Administrator, Jim Desmarchais, to begin July 1st. He brings new excitement to our school in many aspects: Godly leadership, years of educational experience, and a sense of joy and laughter that has been missing for many years. Our years at Surrey Garden were wonderful and we are looking forward to our children finishing their education at Gilbert Christian. Growth is good. Change is good. God is good!

- submitted by a parent
June 16, 2009
Gilbert Christian Schools (formerly known as Surrey Garden Christian School) is committed to a curriculum and teaching style that is based on individual education, teaching Christian Worldview. With an 18:1 student to teacher ratio, students receive a quality education supported by the latest technologies. At a juncture where Gilbert District students will now have less art, music and P.E. instruction and budget cuts are affecting teachers across the board, Gilbert Christian is in a unique position of growth with the ability to offer a superior educational option for students in the east valley.

- submitted by a community member
no rating May 30, 2009
School taking a new direction with big changes at every level. Glad to see the name change to Gilbert Christian Schools as the Surrey Garden Christian School model is gone along with many long term Surrey Families. Sports focused but you can get sports at a government school without paying the tuition.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 29, 2009
I encourage you to spend a great deal of time observing in the classrooms to decide if this a school for you. Surrey Garden Chrisitan School was a wonderful school where children were taught in an individualized instruction method developed by Mr. Tim Ihms. He left the school in June 2008 and the school board promised us that nothing would change. Sadly, that has not been the case. The school has made a dramatic turn. I am glad they have changed the name to Gilbert Christian because it is not the same school. Next year some classes will be taught in a lecture method. The entire 6th grade program has changed. It once was a school with a long wait list and extremely high return rate. That is no longer the case. It has been a very sad year for our family and our last.

- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating May 21, 2009
I have been a teacher at Surrey Garden Christian School for seven years. While SGCS is by no means perfect - no school is - I believe the school is being grossly misrepresented by the recent explosion of negative comments. I would challenge the anonymous posters to offer details, rather than vague, sweeping accusations. Specifically: 1. What promise was broken? 2. How is the school moving to the 'liberal side?' 3. How are truth and honesty diminishing? 4. What information were you given that causes you to feel 'neglected and betrayed?' 5. How has the flock been 'led astray?' 6. How are righteousness and virtue a thing of the past? 7. How is SG now a 'glorified public school?' 8. How are the kids out of control? 9. How is the school chauvinistic? 10. How has Christianity been replaced by 'greed and vanity?' 11. How is sports the 'number one focus' at SG? Let's see substance, not vitriol.

- submitted by a teacher
May 19, 2009
It always amazes me that the day something negative is written about this school, something good is written about another Christian school in Gilbert. I thought this site was suppose to be for parents to write reviews about the school where their child attends. Visit Surrey Garden and make your own decision. It is an awesome school. Perfect? no. You will not find a perfect school but SG is great.

- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2009
It is a shame to see the direction this school has been taken in by it's board of directors. What once made it special and well worth the price is gone only to be replaced by a public school model with a win at any cost philosophy in athletics.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2009
I couldn't have voiced my thoughts any better than the last two posts did. Surrey Garden is an awesome school!

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2009
Visit the school, pray much, and see what fits best for your family. The staff at SG has worked very hard this year to bring a Christ-centered education to the children God has entrusted us with. I can tell you without a shadow of a doubt that our desire is to provide a quality education that is taught always through the light of God's word. In response to the comment that a number of teachers are leaving, four are leaving with a staff of over 50. Please keep that in perspective. I look forward to next year and seeing how God will continue to guide us and bless us. Please pray for your child's teacher. It is our desire to glorify our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ as we do our daily work. We will not be perfect, but we will work hard.

- submitted by a teacher
April 06, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
April 05, 2009
Simply the best.

- submitted by a parent
March 13, 2009
My child has gone to Surrey Garden for 10 years and I have only positive things to say about the teachers and current administration at the school. The new adminstrator that is starting next year has excellent credentials and the meetings with him this year have been extremely positive. The school facilities are excellent and it is in a wonderful neighborhood. My daughter has enjoyed all of her teachers and the teachers take an individual interest in each child. The athletics and music programs are great. The students interact with each other well, older kids are helpful to younger kids. The parents all seem to pitch in and volunteer and there is a real sense of community at Surrey. I highly recommend it now, just as I have in the past.

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2009
WE have been around and involved with Surrey Garden since it was founded in 1995 and have our 3 children attending currently. Change in leadership is never easy and is frought with uncertainty. We are amazed at how the new leadership team has responded to a very difficult situation that was not their doing. We could not be happier with new administrator (Jim DeMarshais) that has been hired and we are so looking forward to his Godly influence and high academic credentials that will no doubt bless our children in the years to come. The new Gilbert Christian School will once again rise to new heights in proclaiming the Greatness of God through the educating, training and evangelising of our children.

- submitted by a parent
February 10, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2009
I would recommend this school for the elementary and primary grades, but kids need to experience diversity and different kinds of people, which you will not find here. There is only one kind of person here. If you are too far out of the range of 'normal' for this school, then you are an out cast. This goes for both parents and students. It's a bit like a cult. Everybody there lives in the same neighborhood (Agritopia), goes to the same two churches (East Valley Bible Church and Santan Bible Church, which, by the way, is hosted in the school building), shops at the same places, eats at the same places, ect. It's kind of scary, in an odd fashion, almost like a stepford wives situation. If you have any kind of individuality, then it is not the place for you.

- submitted by a student
November 05, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
November 01, 2007
We've been through several school systems, and Surrey is by far the most challenging and disciplined of the schools we have had. Discipline and a challenging curriculum is NOT something you find in most public schools--or private schools for that matter. Surrey is a notable exception. Students are polite and friendly, and the general atmosphere is warm and engaging. If this seems like a 'Dream School', it is. This may explain the long wait list to get into the school. Not an easy thing to do. But the Principal resists adding to class sizes (our son's class has 12 students), which is a huge benefit to both staff and students.

- submitted by a parent
August 30, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
August 06, 2007
We have three children at SGCS and have been with the school since 2000. Our kids love school, and they are growing in Christ and their love for learning. Great leadership and philosophy of education. Individualized mastery learning is at the core of the school's values, and that keeps kids from being bored and teaches them at their level. We look forward to many more years at Surrey Garden.

- submitted by a parent
July 25, 2007
This school is great for elementary and jr high. Not a good option for high school. Because of its size, students are not offered the opportunities that will prepare them for the real world. If you want your child in a fishbowl, this is the school for you.

- submitted by a parent
June 09, 2007
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- submitted by a student
July 20, 2006
This is a wonderful school. My daughter is excelling at her own pace, yet she is still leaps and bounds above the public school kids in the neighborhood. The school focuses on God, family, education, and arts. All without the red tape and politics of the public school system. It is an open community and a great atmosphere for learning. Imagine a school where students handle their own issues, give teachers gifts, and call their teachers during summer. I will definitely have my daughter in this school for the remaining 7 years of her education. I look forward to the day when I can place my son in the school as well.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 01, 2005
My husband and I are continually impressed with the compassion, insight, and dedication to the children's success....And belief in their ability to succeed that mr. Tim ihms brings to this school. He is a deeply caring individual, with unwavering dedication and integrity. Every child should be so fortunate as to have mr. Ihms as their role model and authority figure.

- submitted by a parent
September 02, 2005
This is a fine school. My daughters transfered in last year and this school is an amazing school!

- submitted by a parent
August 06, 2005
Surrey provides an excellent education in the fundamentals by utilizing self-paced learning processes. Athletics and music are emphasized. Parents are encouraged to volunteer in the classroom and with activities to maintain and improve the school. High level of parent involvement noted. The high school program is young with some growing pains but has great direction.

- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2005
We are having many problems with this school. Call parents who have students that have left the school.

- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2005
I am really impressed with the Christian commitment on this campus from the moms and students and teachers who meet to pray every Monday morning to the Bible curriculum at all grade levels, K-12. The facilities are incredible. If you haven't visited the school yet, I urge you to see it for yourself.

- submitted by a teacher
no rating June 03, 2004
Great school! They start teaching kids spanish in kindergarten and the class sizes are kept small.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2004
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1424 S Promenade Ln, Gilbert, AZ  85296
(480) 699-1215
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