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K-6
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Glendale, AZ
Students enrolled: 402
Before care: Yes
After care: No

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4941 West Union Hills Drive
Glendale, AZ 85308

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(602) 896-1166
(602) 896-1164
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December 03, 2014
ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST!! WHO IS IN CHARGE OF STAFFING AT THIS SCHOOL??? Allegedly they are letting go the experienced & certified teachers and keeping the uncertified. Stay tuned for further investigations....

- submitted by a community member
November 27, 2014
I literally just lol'd after reading the previous three 'rants' ... SAVE YOUR CHILDREN, Not enough supervision, This school is the WORST! ... It's probably a good time to review some facts about Canyon Pointe Academy (something that you rarely find on Great Schools): 1) The Arizona Department of Education just ranked this school as an 'A' school; 2) This school continues to have waiting lists; 3) accidents occur on elementary campuses across the United States and these injuries are usually cared for by parents (not school officials) once an assessment has been made by school personnel and/or emergency medical responders; 4) Canyon has a very unique culture were students are encouraged to enjoy the school day because a motivated student, who wants to be at school, will learn.

- submitted by a parent
November 16, 2014
Not enough supervision on the playground!! My nephew got a bad concussion playing football and was told he was "okay" by the untrained office manager. Later that evening he vomited and experienced vision problems. Last year a little girl broke her jaw on monkey bars...What's next? How about getting a real certified nurse?

- submitted by a parent
November 14, 2014
SAVE YOUR CHILDREN FROM THIS SCHOOL!!!! It was only after we left canyon and started third grade at another school that I realized what a disservice they have done to many of the children. My daughter is in third grade and is only reading at a first grade level and I consider myself a very involved, hands on parent. I am not alone in these claims. Many parents have pulled their children and my only regret is that I didn't do it sooner to save my child from the daily struggles she faces today!

- submitted by a parent
September 25, 2014
The post that starts, 'Canyon Pointe is circling the drain,' is just one more example that Great School is not the resource they promote themselves to be. The anonymous nature of their sight allows anyone to post anything. Claiming that a school the Department of Education just labeled as an 'A' school is 'circling the drain' and 'dumb(ing) down our kids' is laughable. Perhaps this is a parent whose child has been disciplined because of his/her disruptive behavior. Canyon's Principal is loved and respected by her teachers, students and parents and her campus continually has a waiting list.

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2014
Canyon Pointe is circling the drain. This year they are teaching Common Core. Way to dumb down our kids. Good job. When my child started Canyon it had a 9 out of 10 on this website, each year it has gone down. Disgusted, but not surprised. Ms, Rhone is ineffective as principal. Students say she is rude, I've seen teachers roll their eyes behind her back as she shrills away at them over nonsense.

- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2014
I am a student and I go to Canyon Pointe and they are a good school. But it is very difficult to get used to the strictness of Principal Rhone. The other day as I was going to the bathroom I saw her full on screaming at two kindergarteners. I definitely love Canyon but it wouldn't be the first place I would suggest. Also there are many bullying problems there. Around the middle of the school year you will most likely see a person crying. The hot lunches are good there though. It is just like let the kid eat it or pack one yourself. The big kid bathrooms can also use some work. In the big girls bathroom only one out of four stalls lock. Some of the stalls have bad words written in them. For awhile the only stall that locked in the big girls bathroom didn't even have a toilet paper thing in it.

- submitted by a community member
April 18, 2014
I love the community feeling we have here at Canyon Pointe Academy! The administration is very caring about each student as well as being supportive to the staff. Students are actively involved in their learning and take part in activities that foster school spirit. The school offers help to struggling students and a variety of after school clubs and sports to appeal to different interests! Canyon Pointe Academy is a wonderful choice for your child's education.

- submitted by a teacher
April 16, 2014
I am a teacher at Canyon Pointe Academy. I can honestly say that I have never seen a principal as committed to her students as Principal Rhone. She makes the effort to know each of the students that attend Canyon Pointe by name. When they are upset or hurt she is the first person to comfort them. She has a genuine concern for each and every student on campus. She is amazing

- submitted by a teacher
April 15, 2014
Canyon Pointe Academy has been my home for the past five years. It is a great community full of engaged students, positive teachers, and a united administration. Canyon offers so many opportunities for students to participate in. There is a wide variety of extracurricular programs to meet all students interest. If you are looking for a school who embraces family, culture, and education then this is the place for you.

- submitted by a teacher
April 15, 2014
I have worked at Canyon for a long time in several capacities. I have also worked for several district schools in the Washington and Alhambra districts. While Canyon has room to grow in some areas it is in no way a "bad" school. Canyon's Academics are rigorous, It has an accepting and positive environment, and it fosters love of learning in children through fun. I have never seen an environment so accepting and supportive of differences in children . That being said, kids will be kids, but Canyon in no way takes bullying lightly. We do not employ a "zero tolerance policy" because we believe every situation is different. We employ pop culture, fun, and humor to create an upbeat, vibrant environment. We give the teachers the freedom required to meet every student's needs which is rare in public schools in the current educational environment. Our lunch program is not a traditional lunch program but the way lunch is handled is no mystery and made apparent when you look in to enrollment. To be honest, the grass is often greener on the other side for people and Canyon may not fit some people's needs but this is true of any school. This is an amazing environment for any student.

- submitted by a teacher
April 15, 2014
Canyon Pointe is a wonderful school with positive teachers, a super principal, and a supportive environment!

- submitted by a teacher
April 14, 2014
My son has been at this school since kindergarten. Now in the 6th grade, I can honestly say it has been an amazing experience for both of us. Never has my son not wanted to go to school. There is always something fun going on and a fresh way of learning that keeps him excited and looking forward to the day. His teachers have always been readily available with any extra help he needed and given him the encouragement to do his best. CPA provides an atmosphere that makes him want to be there and learn. From dances, movie nights to AIMS prep, the principal goes above and beyond to put the students first. He checks the website (mycanyon.org) regularly to make sure he doesn't miss anything. Thank you to ALL the teachers and staff for being the best educators ever! We love being a CPA family.

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2014
Canyon Pointe is awesome. Our principal just gave all of us students T-shirts that say "Learning is my super power" for our AIMS week. We are going to rock AIMS this year. This has been the best school year ever. I love my teachers and principle. Lion's pride forever

- submitted by a community member
April 14, 2014
This school has been so much more to my family then just a school. I have two daughters that attend Canyon Pointe. As a single dad it can be tough raising two girls. The teachers and staff have been so helpful to me. Taking time to give my girls the female attention that they lack at home. I am sure the school gets frustrated with me when I forget to send money for lunches or when I don't have time to sit and look at their homework, but they never show their frustration, they just give me a gentle reminder call and help me be the best dad I know how to be under difficult circumstances. I know my girls are loved and getting the best education they could possibly get. Thank you Canyon Pointe for always having my back.

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2014
We have been attending CPA for 3 years and we LOVE this school!! I can honestly say that every teacher we have had (3 kids, 3 years apart), without a doubt, cares for and wants nothing but the best for their students. They make the learning environment a fun environment and are accomodating to the needs or quirks of the children and their unique style of learning. Tho I don't feel the lunch menui is a major factor in the character of the school (if you don't like what is being served, pack your child's lunch!), I have to say there have been significant changes in the overall atmosphere as well as what is being served (I volunteer on occasion and spend time getting to know the staff and students when I can). We love CPA!!!!

- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2014
We enrolled our daughter in kindergarten at CPA only because of the free all day program ...I'm not happy about the lack of parent involvment, they say they offer it but it's a joke. She seems happy has made some friends but talking to my neighbor who's daughter is at a public school she seems much more ahead in math and reading and she's welcomed to volunteer in the classroom. We have toured this school & love it!! music, PE and art classes!! My daughter is excited to go to her friends school & I am happy to be able to help out in the classroom & volunteer and school functions.

- submitted by a parent
March 08, 2014
It was a difficult decision to pull our daughter from our local public school! We are so pleased at the welcome she received at Canyon Pointe Academy! She has excelled and is excited about going to school each day. The staff and administration really care about their students. What a refreshing change! Thank you CPA!

- submitted by a parent
February 03, 2014
We left Canyon at the end of last year because we were moving and I wanted my son to attend the local public school (gifted program, highly rated) close to my place of work. After spending many discouraging months we decided to come back to Canyon. This is the best decision I could have made for my child. He is so much happier at Canyon Pointe than at the other school. Moreover, even though he was in the gifted program at the public school there was not much if any real schooling getting done. There had not been one spelling test, assignment of math homework, or reading instruction of any kind (August - end of January). Truly, from what I saw at the public school the teachers there are so engrossed in attending to the new "college and career readiness" standards that teaching has been lost in the process. Canyon seems to have achieved a balance in this area. My son is learning again and enjoying it! Some complain about lunches at Canyon but I know hot lunch at the public school was not much of a plus there either. My child was on reduced lunch there but I would rather make his lunch and drive the few extra miles to see the smile on his face at the end of the day at CPA!

- submitted by a parent
July 12, 2013
continuing what I was saying below canyon is so amazing the teachers are dedicated to every student and take each child under their wing and they are very loving on special needs kids when I was at canyon I knew every single kids name and their teachers names I wish I could turn back time and keep at canyon I was unfortunately unable to attend the prep although I wish I could the kids love it here and the teachers are amazing I wish everyone could see it as we do but there are some people out there unwillingly to open up to this charter school and see how truly amazing it is if there is a situation a teacher or a member of staff will sort it out in the calmest way possible I have learned so much from this school and it has boosted my IQ who knows how many points the after school clubs are so fun and their is such a variety teachers do everything possible to help their students achieve greatness the parents are so involved and are capable to check their students work and see what they have been learning on special nights I have literally used two whole comment boxes just to express my love for canyon as a student and I have written them to the very maximum of letters ILOVECANYON!!!

- submitted by a community member
July 11, 2013
Fantastic learning and educational enviornment. The curriculum is well thought out by each teacher and each teacher takes pride in what they do and how they teach. I have two children that attend, this will be the 5th year I've had my sons enrolled. My oldest is going on his 5th year, he's been at this school since 1st grade and now my youngest son will be entering the 2nd grade. Disciplined isn't over the top, and it's not too laid back either. They do not tolerate bullying, and it is taken very seriously. The lunch program has come a long way over the last couple of years, I have no compliants with the quality of food. My sons get plenty to eat and they like what is offered by the school. They love to participate in the after school clubs, such as "mind games", "cooking club" and :"craft-tastic". This is a great charter school, with above standard educational opportunities.

- submitted by a parent
July 10, 2013
All three of my kids have gone to this school. My son, who will be in 6th grade this year, has special needs. He's been going since he was in 3rd grade and it was the BEST decision I EVER made for him. He has excelled so much in the last 2 years, by the end of this yr he will be at grade level & that is beyond exciting for us. The principal is beyond great dealing with any problems we have had. The teachers are helpful & supportive. My youngest loves going everyday, which wasn't normal for her before. I LOVE this school and can't wait for them to continue on to the Prep. I am overly satisfied with this school and the way they have been with my son.

- submitted by a parent
June 11, 2013
Last night my son, who will be a 6th grader, asked when school started! I asked why? His reply was "I love school." My son is not a stellar student, but since kindergarten, he has LOVED CPA, and so do I. Mrs. Rhone is the most hardworking principal I have ever met. She does so many things to keep the kids motivated to learn and succeed. I am familiar with almost every teacher at that school and I have not yet found 1 teacher that was not willing to go above and beyond to help my student or answer any question I have. I feel the principal does an out of this world job of staying fresh and "new" with energy that has no end. If MY son is already reading his book for Storybook character dress up day, and thinking of ways he can leave his MARK, then for me, that speaks for itself. A huge thank you to all the Canyon teacher and especially Mrs. Rhone for a great school year. We don't know what we would do without you.

- submitted by a parent
May 31, 2013
My child listens to popular music, texts and interacts on the internet. Canyon Pointe has taught her how to question elements of pop culture and be true to her values. All Pointe schools use seemingly "inappropriate" activities to bond with the kids. Check out the wet T-shirt contest at North Pointe. No, it's not a "real" wet T-shirt contest but it's funny. If you don't see the humor in one class spraying the other class with water guns and then wringing out the shirts for the winner- then this school is not for you. And that's ok. Pointe Schools use pop culture and humor to reach teens and pre-teens about writing, grammar, art, and debate. Other parents are more comfortable with a traditional setting. This is not your typical or traditional school district by design.

- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2013
Bringing my kids to Canyon Pointe Academy was the best decision I've ever made. Its a bit of a drive for me, as there is an elementary school literally 1 block from my house. The local school in our neighborhood was just o.k. and I felt like the kids were just a number. They never did anything fun for the kids, to make them WANT to come to school. They never recognized them for their accomplishments and there were no afterschool clubs whatsoever for Science and Language and Art. At Canyon, every kid is recognized for their accomplishments, and I am super impressed that the Principal knows every kid by name! This school doesn't just talk the talk.... they walk the walk. They are sincere and caring and truly love the kids there, and I am so thankful that my children are getting a wonderful education while at the same time, having fun every day, which makes school in general....more FUN!!

- submitted by a parent
March 07, 2013
My daughter has attended Canyon Pointe Academy for almost four years now. Over those four years, Canyon has added several programs to support student learning and build a family atmosphere so everyone feels accepted. Their RTI program is amazing; some of my daughter's peers have enjoyed learning in the smaller RTI groups and are doing better in class thanks to the support. My daughter has been challenged by allowing her to move ahead as she exhibits mastery level of skills. They have after school sports, clubs, tutoring, and 4-A days that build team spirit and highlight academics, athletics, arts, and activities. The principal has shown amazing leadership through character building programs and mentoring opportunities across grade levels. The teachers work collaboratively to nurture student learning in all areas. The new math curriculum is amazing, and next year we are looking forward to a new reading curriculum to meet the newest standards of learning. And, since some parents have mentioned lunch - they serve salads, soups and many varieties of healthy and kids friendly choices.

- submitted by a parent
March 07, 2013
As a long time parent with my final child getting ready to promote I am sad to say goodbye. Canyon Pointe has become an extended part of our family. Each of my older children look forward to visiting on family event nights so they can get caught up with teachers they have left behind. People often ask me why I choose Canyon for my children. It was the strong vision and challenging academic program that sold me, but it was the excellent teachersand staff that kept us here. This school understands that they are helping parents to form the future leaders of tomorrow. They teach character, responsibility and the importance of leaving your mark in this word. That doesn't come out of a book. Those things have to be modeled everyday by their staff and they do and excellent job of it. So if you a looking for a school that not only will provided your child with an excellent education but will partner with you to help your child be the best person they can be, you need to not look any further. I will miss the morning smiles that set my day off on a great tone and the friendly wishes for a great evening that the staff offer each day.

- submitted by a parent
March 06, 2013
I cannot belive what some of these parents are posting! Are you kidding me? Your focus on this school is LUNCH?!? Yes, they may not offer the healthiest of foods, but I do know that they offer fruit, yogurt, string cheese, and several other things. If you don't like it then pack your child a lunch. Problem solved. What I would HOPE a good parent would be focusing on is their childs education. They won't get a better one than at Canyon, period! Their expectations are well above any public school. The things my son is learning as a first grader is absolutely unbelieveable. His 1st grade friends who attend public school are far behind in their level of learning. If you're looking for a great education Canyon is definitely the place.

- submitted by a parent
March 06, 2013
My older child is in her last year at Canyon and I will sad when it comes to an end. Canyon has been like a second home to us. The RTI program has been a life saver for us, homework used to be a fight every night and that extra review and practice has been a huge help. My husband and I love that we dont have to struggle through homework every night anymore. There is a new math program in place and I am ot sure if it is the new progrma or RTI that is making the difference, my guess would be it's the combination, but either way it's made our lives easier. The most astonishing thing I read in one of the negative reviews is that the teachers are mean to the kids, our favorite thing about Canyon is how the teachers and administration interact with the kids. every is always happy and joking around and it is truly a joy to come onto campus and see the relationships. My child has never had a negative thing to say about her teachers. (And trust me, she would tell us!) Every school has it's pros and cons but we do feel the pros greatly outweigh the cons at Canyon.

- submitted by a parent
January 28, 2013
This is a horrible school. It has the worst lunches. It only has microwavable foods and everything there is unhealthy. All the teachers there just play on theirs phones or are on them. One teacher spends alot of time talking about football. And another just texts all day long. Some students sleep during class or are about to. They do nothing educational during specials and RTI is no help to kids either. The school does not have a library. Charter schools are suppose to have less students so the teachers can pay attention to their students but none of the teachers listen or pay attention to their students. One teacher is even happy when some students are not there. She also calls her students bad names.

- submitted by a community member
December 22, 2012
The lunch menu is incredibly unhealthy, and the "R.T.I" program is useless. I was excited to see that my daughter was going to get extra help with math, but they teach all the children the exact same thing. How are any of the children in that program going to benefit from that. The lunch menu is disgusting, all they serve is Hot Pockets, and frozen burritos. I don't understand how that would qualify as a healthy, nutritious lunch.

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2012
This school is very committed to its students. Because of it's size, all the teachers get a chance to know students not only through their classrooms, but through activities like sports and clubs, just to name a few. There are many family activities where parents can mingle with the staff. I know that Canyon Pointe staff and teachers are very committed to what they are doing, and try to make learning fun and motivating! They only want their students to strive for the best, and in response to the previous comment, if you don't want to enroll your child here, then you have that choice, as there are many options. However, in my opinion, CPA is a great choice!

- submitted by a community member
July 12, 2012
This school needs a lot of improvement!!! They offer a POOR lunch menu, what they consider "hot lunch" is nothing more than microwaved food and they don't offer anything to drink to go with it like milk, unless you pay extra for it. Some of the teachers my child has had are the worst teacher I've seen, so far only 2 of them have been great. I'm not looking forward to re-enrolling my child here for the 2012-2013 school year, but have no other choose cause of personal issues... Also, if you have a child with disabilities (ie ADHD) they are not all on the same page and don't communicate with the parents what they are doing with your child and what attention the child should have or need.

- submitted by a parent
March 06, 2012
CPA IS AWSOME WE ALWAYS DO FUN THINGS LIK OVER THE TOP STUFF MRSM AND MR LEE ARE ALSO AWESOME THIS SCHOOL HELPS YOU WITH MATH ORANYTHING YOU NEED SEND YOUR KIDS TO CPA MADE BY A STUDENT IN 5TH GRADE

- submitted by a community member
December 06, 2011
I love this school i go to this school i am in 5th grade and my teacher is the best she teaches us everything we need to know so we can acheive academic expeirience .I absoluley love this scholl.And so will you and your child.

- submitted by a community member
October 20, 2011
We have nothing but amazing things to say about Canyon. This is out second year at this school and each day we are more and more thrilled. Initially I was worried about the no PTA but now that I have volunteered over a dozen times in my student's classroom and at school activities I have no worries at all. Last Friday night we attended the family block part which was like a family reunion. We had so much fun as a family and seeing everyone, it was a great event. Obviously everyone has different experiences but we have made our experience a great one by really being a part of Canyon.

- submitted by a parent
October 20, 2011
Overall I would have to say Canyon is a good school but not great. The academics are much better than the public school my daughter attended before (even though they still use programs that other schools have gotten rid of because they are shown not to work) and they do offer a lot of fun activities for the students. However a large part of the staff is arrogant. I am not sure what it is that makes them feel like they have the right to be. The school does not support parent involvement in the day to day like I was used to and liked at public school (no PTA). While they offer lunch it is not what I want my daughter eating. There are very few if any healthy options and you have to purchase each item individually which adds up over time. None of these problems are enough for me to want to make my daughter leave her school and friends but I am not sure if I would choose this school again.

- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2011
We LOVE this school. Our child has really blossomed both academically and socially since starting Kindergarten last August. The administration, faculty and staff are very caring, the curriculum is outstanding, and the school provides a nurturing environment for the students to learn and also interact as a family. And while they have a rigorous curriculum, they make sure the students have a 'break' often, and plan a lot of fun activities throughout the year. We can't say enough good things about CPA & are very grateful we found this school.

- submitted by a parent
February 03, 2011
I have found all the teachers and office staff to be very friendly at Canyon. The students seem happy and I recently attended an event at the school and was very impressed by how Mrs. Rhone communicates with the students. It seems like she has a great rapport with them. I also appreciate the teachers holding the students responsible for themselves, I have a second grader who I feel is more responsible then several of my friend's children of the same age (or older), and I feel we have CPA to thank for that. Another huge plus is CPA offers after school sports and that is rare in an elementary school. I am looking forward to my son being in 4th grade so he can join in the fun. I can't help but wonder if the negative reviews on here are from parents of some of the troublemakers. As a parent of a child who is generally well behaved, I would not say the discipline is over the top. Whenever my son has gotten in trouble for something, I have always felt the consequences were fair. I would not want the disruptive few to interfere with my child's education so I appreciate the teachers and principal not allowing that to happen. Overall, very happy with Canyon Pointe!

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2011
GREAT FOR K-4, BUT FOR 5TH AND 6TH.. TOTALLY AWEFUL.. Adademically, its very good and the teachers are great, but for the 5th and 6 graders the administation has fostered an environment of hate. I totally agree with the other parent, that this administration is very clicky and snobbish. But, I will take it even further, they extend this not just to the parents, but to the students as well. In the 5th and 6th Grades, there are two warring factions. The principals pets (about 20 of them) and those that hate the principal. My advice to you, if you have a child in these grades is to ask, not one or two or three of the students... ask as many as you can. Find out the true story of the school and then look at your child. Decide for yourselves if your student is one that will be able to get an admittedly GREAT academic education during this year, or whether they would be with the 90% whose education suffers because they get caught up in the principals power trip.

- submitted by a parent
January 30, 2011
While there are some great teachers at CPA, the over the top discipline and the principal have caused us to remove our children from the school.

- submitted by a parent
December 07, 2010
Canyon Pointe Academy does everything they can to make sure every child feels like they are part of "The Family." It is a community that has come along way and is still continuing to grow. The teachers go above and beyond compared to any other public or private school. The administration do their best and are there to help. They do get busy but that is due to the fact that some parents do not educate themselves with other forms of communication or check the website. There are activities offered for everyone. They offer a hot lunch that is priced fairly and snacks that are what you would generally see in a lunch box. It's up to you what your child gets. My daughter loves this school and so do I.

- submitted by a parent
November 04, 2010
This school has excellent teacher, strong PRINCIPAL and school leadership. They also have challenging academic programs. It is a really good school. I've seen it grow bigger and better over the years. It has been an amazing school experiance for me. Mrs.Rhone and the staff greets the kids with a big smile hello and good morning and at the end of the day they have an excellent break out system, and still with the teachers big smiles as they say Have a good day at the end of the day. I miss this school so much and wish Middle schools were more like this. It's way better then pinaccle and North pointe. I have been to both at Northpointe bad teachers. Well I hope that you pick CPA as your son/daughters lovely education.

- submitted by a community member
November 03, 2010
My daughter's in kindergarten & loves this school & I do too. She has grown so much, her love for learning & her confidence level is amazing. I love that CPA really teaches the students ownership & accountability, my daughter really wants to learn and is having fun while she is there. Her teacher is awesome & really cares for her students, all the teachers there look happy & are happy to see the students in the morning during drop off. 2 thing's that bother me at CPA is the menu at school, I wish they would put more thought into offering healthier choices. They just had Health Awareness week & the students pledged to be healthier, shouldn't the school make a pledge to the students to provide healthier choices when it come to food? I also wish parents could be able to help out more in the classrooms.

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2010
Sorority Row...are you kidding me???? How much more do you lazy parents want from the staff at CPA. You must be the type of parent that doesnt want to do anything and want the teachers and staff to do everything. Check my kids backpack, take homework out of their folders for them, and so on and so on. What happened to parent accountability and holding the kids responsible. Lack of intrest is the parents fault. Not getting things out on time, how about you actually check the website and read the friday folders. Way to go CPA for holding the kids to high standard even if their parents don't!

- submitted by a parent
October 23, 2010
Everyone who has posted that this school is seriously lacking in communication is 100% correct. They lack organization and the office staff including the proncipal act like its rush week on sorority row. If they spent less time gossiping and more time on administrative tasks maybe they would get things out more than 2 days in advance.

- submitted by a parent
September 27, 2010
As a teacher at CPA, I wanted to throw my hat in the ring and say that I love being a part of this team . The parents and students are great, the staff gets along well, and I think we all enjoy our jobs. I have worked for other schools, with unhappy faculty and staff, and that makes it an unpleasant place to be, especially for the students. The single most positve thing I can point out about CPA is that we really LOVE what we do, and that shows across the board.I don't mean to speak for everyone, but I think we all agree! There have been some changes to the staff but that is par for the course at any school, and the atmosphere is postive on campus. I would think I would want my child in a school with happy teachers, because that comes across in everything,

- submitted by a teacher
September 24, 2010
After reading a few other reviews, I am surprised that any parent could have concerns about the communication at Canyon, my experience as a parents for the last 3 years has been the exact opposite. Between Monday folders (which come home every week with my child's work, a bi weekly progress report, and updates about events), the teacher's website, and the school's website, staying on top of what's going on has never been an issue for me. I wonder if some of the previous reviewers are not checking the school and teacher websites, and not really looking through everything that comes home on Mondays. I feel like my child is a part of a close knit community at Canyon, whether is the principal, Mrs. Rhone, opening the car door in the morning for him, or a smiling teacher saying good bye at the end of the day. Great school!

- submitted by a parent
September 21, 2010
The teachers and curriculum are wonderful. The prinicpal and all of the office staff should be fired. They are rude, catty and cliquey. They do not care about anything other than gossip, and if you are not a favorite, you are nothing. Horrible, and it is a shame because there are some fantastic teachers there. The school could be great if not for the leadership and office staff. I agree with all the others who say communication and orginization are sorely lacking.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2010
I am rating CPA 4 out of 5 because I love so much about this school, my kids are doing great all thanks to some of the best teachers around, they are learning so much. Teachers really are top notch! The last star I just could not give, due to the great teachers who were cut last year- what were they thinking? Also, the lack of communication from the front office, it is horrible! Ms. Rhone seems like a nice enough person and seems to love the kids, but has no business running a school with the staff she has. Someone in that office needs to have some orginizational skills to help her out.

- submitted by a parent
July 11, 2010
My child has been going to Canyon Point since Kindergarten. It gives each student the individual attention needed and teaches them manners, discipline and makes them feel important. Their academic levels are above average.

- submitted by a parent
May 19, 2010
Lack of proper attention to special needs children, sub par principle & staff! Please consider another school if your child is an individual & has individual needs.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 08, 2010
im in sixth grade and i think canyon is a amazing school thier is alot of drama but mrs rhone handles it i think if u want a good school then your child should go here

- submitted by a student
no rating May 07, 2010
My two children to Canyon Pointe and they have Speech and Special Ed. The whole staff has been awsome with my children, they are gettings the help they need. Canyon Pointe is a great School

- submitted by a parent
April 19, 2010
My daughter went to a 'rough' public school where she was ignored and given a substandard education. I finally decided I'd seen enough. She now is learning at a faster pace, has friends and isn't negative about going to school. We love Canyon Pointe and it's staff of teachers and administration. If you complained here about the school not accomidating special needs or problem children, you obviously didn't pay attention or do any research prior to enrolling them. They are not a public school. They are very clear about being college prep, which is why I, and most other the other parents, chose this school. This is the closest I could get to a private school without the expense. Best decision I made and can't wait for my child's coming year's at the prep.

- submitted by a parent
November 29, 2009
CP is a fantastic place for after school programs and extra-curricular activities. This is not the school for you if your child has special needs of any kind. Our daughter has regressed so much since she's been enrolled here. Canyon Pointe should be a private school for a select few. If your child doesn't fit into the mold the CP clique has carved for their children, their education and social learning will suffer for it. I am very sorry we didn't see the true colors of this school until after enrolling our child.

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 04, 2009
I couldn't be more disappointed in the staff at Canyon Pointe Academy. Rather than work on the child's self esteem, acceptance of themself & being accepted by other children, the teacher's only concern is for a 'manageable' classroom environment. We chose Canyon Pointe because they told us everything we wanted to hear in the interview, now I wish I could stand in front of the school with a sign that reads 'if your child isn't perfect, don't bring them here!!'

- submitted by a parent
September 19, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating August 30, 2009
Due to moving twice in the valley, my son has now been enrolled at CPA. I have found this school to be the best!!! I can tell you that we will not move again until he finishes his years at Canyon Pointe. What a wonderful school. The cirriculum, staff and administration have by far exceed our expectations. I highly recommend CPA to everyone.

- submitted by a parent
no rating July 21, 2009
This is my first time on great schools. After reading several comments, I came across a parent's posting dated May 3rd expressing Mrs. Rhone's professionalism or lack there of. I think that was too harsh of of words. I think Mrs Rhone the person, is a fantastic lady. Mrs. Rhone the principal Is an entirely diffent thing. Not to be disrespectful in any way, but I think in order to be an effective principal, administrators need years and years of classroom expierence. Mrs Rhone doesn't have that.She has limited knowledge. Her heart is in the right place, but she lack expierence,knowledge, and skills to be an effective principal. I truly think that she should go back into the classroom to be a classroom teacher, then 10-15 years down the road and if she still wants to be an administratior she should go for it.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 14, 2009
2008/2009 was my first school year experience, ever. Never before have I had school aged children. In a nutshell, my kindergartner is moving on to 1st grade at Canyon Pointe and I am anxiously awaiting the time to enroll my youngest child there as well, when the time comes. This is an excellent academic-driven school with a staff full of kind-hearted and professional people. 'Lion Pride' is more than just their slogan... it's a way of life!!

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 13, 2009
I have always be concern for my son's studies and this school has provided the same beyond my expectations.curriculam is very nice n challenging..all the staff is always cheerful n ready to help.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 11, 2009
Regarding the professionalism of Mrs. Rhone, I say to the parent with issues: you are wrong. Do you think she is unprofessional because she is not stoic and uptight? Well, thank goodness, this is woman who absolutely loves every child that comes through those gates every morning. It is evident in everything she says or does. I have children at both Canyon and North Pointe Prep. We have been with Pointe Schools 5 years and been through several deans, prinicpals, etc, and couldn't be happier with Mrs. Rhone. And, to that same parent I also say: if you expect to be taken seriously, you should probably learn how to spell. You wrote defiantly (look it up) instead of definitely, which is clearly what you meant.

- submitted by a parent
May 10, 2009
This is our first year at Canyon Pointe Academy and we couldn't be any happier with the school!!!!!!! The staff is outstanding, the curriculum is challenging, and I love the school uniforms and the discipline!!! My daughter has flourished there and I plan to send all my children through this school system!! I have had nothing but positive experiences at this school. The Principal, Mrs Rhone is outstanding!!!!!!!!!! She gives the school personality and enthusiasm while she is very professional and highly talented!! We look forward to our future in the Pointe Academy School system!!! I'm thankful that we found this school with high standards!! Thanks to all the staff for your incredible work!!!!!!!!!! We love you all!!!

- submitted by a parent
May 08, 2009
I have been a CPA Parent for 5 years. I have always been very happy with this school. They have a good curriculum and strive to do their best. Their Principal, Mrs. Rhone, is wonderful. All of the staff seem to get along very well, which shows in the way they interact with each other and the students. This is a small school with a big heart.

- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2009
In reguards to the principal being unprofessional I truley believe that this parent is wrong. The principal is an amazing woman and an asset to CPA. I have been a member of the Canyon Pointe family for 5 years and am so excited about the direction that CPA is taking. I can say for a fact that the principal is a nuturing, caring and professional woman. I will continue to support CPA and will highly recommend CPA to everyone.

- submitted by a parent
May 03, 2009
I am disappointed with Canyon Pointe Academy. The school has great teachers, but the administration is horrible. The principal is very unprofessional on so many levels it is almost ridiculous. Canyon Pointe is defiantly in need of new leadership.

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2009
My daughter has attended Canyon Pointe Academy for 4 years and we love it! The teachers and staff are very friendly and very easy to communicate with. I'm kept upto date on my child's work, weekly, through the Monday folder system and the school website is a great way to find out what activities and events are happening each week. The Principal and teachers hold the students to the highest standard and have a great discipline policy that is enforced when needed. The Principal is caring, understanding and works with the families to resolve any problems that may arise. I couldn't be happier with the education my child has and continues to receive at Canyon!

- submitted by a parent
April 11, 2009
It's true that the teachers in this school won't tell you about the failing grades of your child till the last minute. They will send you a report card showing all the pass grades, then all of a sudden another report card showing all the grades which include the failing grade! The failing subject that you never get it in any Tuesday folder! I was so happy to look at my child's grade in A's and B's in the first report card that they sent but was so upset two weeks after when they sent the other report card that shows the failing grade! I was like ' was the teacher just trying to make the grade up?'

- submitted by a parent
February 12, 2009
Like another parent, I too was surprised when my child ended up with an 'F' on a report card. We have never see anything close to a failing grade in previous years, and I was not even warned about the low scores. This is upsetting. I lose confidence in this school,everday. I'm glad to be moving on to another school next year. I wish our experience had been different.

- submitted by a parent
February 12, 2009
I am a grandparent of two students at Canyon Pointe. I have have found this school, the principal and teachers to be outstanding. They do a wonderful job of keeping me informed through the 'tuesday folders' and with emails. One of my grandchildren had a grade below a 'C' and I was told right away so we could take measures to insure his grade was brought up to excellent Canyon Pointe standards. The teachers at school do more than just teach reading and math. Many of them have classes after school to help students grow socially, the book club for one. This school also has a wonderful program called Canyon Cares that is teaching the students how important it is to help others through community service. I am proud to say my grandchildren are CPA Lions!

- submitted by a community member
February 10, 2009
I think that Canyon Pointe does a good job at educating my child. She has been going there since Kindergarten and has been on the Honor Roll/Dean's List/Principal's List every quarter through 3rd grade. She blocks up one grade for math and reading and it's not negatively impacting her at all. I find that if you communicate with the teachers and staff-they are more than happy to reply right away and address the problem or concern in a timely fashion. True, the staff loading/unloading kids aren't as friendly as can be, but look at the job they are doing. There are only 3 or 4 of them out there, and they are trying to get 100+ cars in and out of the parking lot as quickly as possible to avoid traffic jams on Union Hills. That's very stressful-you can see it in their faces. I applaud them for that! A+

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 10, 2009
I moved my child from a neighboring public school to Canyon Pointe and am very happy I did!

- submitted by a parent
February 07, 2009
I am very disappointed with Canyon Pointe this school year 08-09. I have always liked this school but this year some things have changed. There is less communication than in previous years. This seems to be impacting the students in a negative way. I have heard and seen more bullying this school year and I am not seeing much resolution in regards to it. This school has always been a school that keeps their students and teachers close ' like a family' but I am not seeing that this year. Teachers that help your kids in/out of the car do not communicate with parents or children as they help them out/in the car. My students teachers are not willing to communicate regularly about missed homework or failing grades. In fact it wasnt until grading periods end that I found out that two of my kids were failing.

- submitted by a parent
February 06, 2009
I feel that Canyon Pointe is a great school! The staff is wonderful! The students learn so many things and build great relationships!

- submitted by a parent
December 08, 2008
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- submitted by a student
October 10, 2008
We have watched this school grow for many years. There have been many growing pains along the way but they are definately on the right path. You can tell the teachers and administration are genuinely passionate about the education of all of the students. My son absolutley has loved canyon for the last four years. We look forward to continuing with pointe schools.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
September 24, 2008
I agree with the homework being a little to much and I also really liked this school in the beginning,but It really bothered me when my daughter told me that there is quite a bit of yelling going on, how can that be effective for our children? not sure we will be here next year.

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2008
Our son started at Canyon Pointe last year in kindergarten. It has been an excellent experience since day one. He advances to higher grades for reading and math, but still has other subjects with his peers. This has given him the ability to learn at a faster pace, and taught him to adjust socially with all age groups. He has exposure to children of all ages in an after school game club also. I have always had immediate responses from all teachers and the principal when I have questions. My son has received very personalized attention regarding special homework requests. Each teacher has gone above and beyond sending home extra work to keep him motivated and learning. This is a school that doesn t just teach to the state level, but really goes the extra mile to excel. There should be more of that in the public schools. All of the teachers seem to be involved with more than just their own class also. The drop off and pick up process is amazing compared to any school that I have seen or heard about. All teachers and principal are involved, and I feel like it is also a safer process than most. This is an especially good school if you are an involved parent.

- submitted by a parent
January 25, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2007
The school is great academically but lacks the ability to deal with 'special needs' children. Although I requested a 504 plan for my child, it took weeks to arrange anything and I ended up withdrawing my child. I was not happy with the lack of communication about issues, even though I reached out to the teachers and the administration about staying informed.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 24, 2007
I am very diapointed with this school. I have asked many time for better communication from the staff and have yet to receive it. My son is new to the school this year has been moved back a grade becuase of the change in reading programs which I do feel that the one at Canynon Pointe has much potential, but not when the parent does not really know what to do to help the child. I am disapointed for the third time and plan on moving my child back to public school after Christmas break. If you are a mind reader, then this school is for your family.

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2007
We have had our son at North Pointe(Canyon) since July 2007. We are very happy with the school and teachers. Like most schools, there are some good teachers and some not so good. We believe that the change in the admin. staff is for the better and Ms. Rhone will be an excellent Principal as she truly cares about her students. Our son has homework every night and we are kept up on how he is doing. Overall this is a super school and we would recommend it to anyone. The only downfall is the campus itself. They lack the funding to build out but the most impt. thing is education not buildings and they have that in spades.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 26, 2007
My daughter has been to NPA since 4th grade. Shes made a lot of friends unlike her old public school. The educational level is extremly high. In math and reading helpers test the new students to see where there at. That is great so your child will be int the right math/reading class. My daughter is in 6th grade and loves her teacher. All the teachers are wonderful so if your looking for a good school then NPA is the right place for you!

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 26, 2007
I would not rate this as an 8. Very disappointed in the attitude of teachers and staff. Moved my child to another charter school.

- submitted by a parent
September 21, 2007
This school is a great school, the academice level is very high. My daughter is in sixth grade and she is doing allgebra one along with eight other children. She is keeping straight A's ad B's on her report card as she dose theater,band,after school sports,and more.She has been at the school sence it opended so she helps new studens get around. She loves the teachers,the principale, and the students. She is geting ready to go to the Prep next year. I've been happy with this schol for a long time and I hope you come and love it too!!!!!!!!!!! Go NPA Lions

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2007
I am currently looking to move my daughter out after one month. The school is not organized. The morning of orientation they knew the air was out in the room they choose. The held orientation in the same room anyway at 6 pm, instead of moving it to a room with air. They don't check fund raisers for accuracy before sending everything home. They are changing the principal and teachers already. When I picked her up today, she had fallen during recess. This is not the first time she has come home with dirt embedded injuries.

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August 28, 2007
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June 23, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2007
We have had our children at North Pointe Academy for three years. It used to be a great place for our family. Not anymore. We are disappointed in the decline. The negative is just too great this last year. We are upset with the way the school is run now. There is a lack of overall caring by the administrators. The teachers seem so stressed at the end of the year. The fun has gone out of this school when a great principal left.

- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2007
We used to love North Pointe Academy, but since Kim Agnew left things have gone downhill very quickly. She cared about the students, teachers, and is a seasoned educator. The new administration is inexperienced and the decline in the school shows. We are leaving next year.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2006
2005-2006 was our first year at North Pointe. Before making the decision to move our kids to North Pointe, we did much research, soul searching, prayer. Sacrifices had to be made. For example, just getting them to and from school and activities requires driving 700-1000 miles per week. Has it been worth it? Absolutely! All three of our children have done better academically and socially than they have ever done in any previous school. They have all been Honor Students for the entire year. They have all mixed socially without pressures and conflicts experienced in previous schools. They have all matured mentally. Each of them has (on their own) made significant decisions concerning their life-style, acquaintances, and activity participation with only minimal guidance from Mom and Dad. We look forward to our future at North Pointe.

- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2006
We love North Pointe! This school has been a life-saver. If you have a child with special needs, this is the school for you. The teachers are highly qualified, motivated, and dedicated. The administration is professional, fun, caring and sets high expectation for the students. There are only a few draw-backs, of wich none are the education, teachers or administration. One is the distance of the school if you live in the far west or south valley,and that riding the bus is not free. The other is the almost constant fundraising and the fact that all of the familiy nights include paying for a meal even though the food is donated. Field trips are not free and there are some classroom fees. In other words the school does not have a lot of money and the parents pay for it. However, the education and family feel is priceless!

- submitted by a parent
March 03, 2006
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March 03, 2006
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March 03, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
March 02, 2006
The absolute best school for my child! I made a mistake and took my child out to go to her 'home school' in the neighborhood. I was back in less than two weeks! Horray for North Pointe Academy! My daughter loves it and the biggest mistake was taking her out! Wonderful third grade teachers!

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2006
This is a great school! The only draw back is the distance from the Prep. The school also asks for money for various activities which would make it less affordable for lower income families. Education is great but grants would be great to offset the costs of field trips and other 'necessary' offerings the school has.

- submitted by a parent
January 16, 2006
Not as happy with the school as we had hoped

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2005
To Whom It May Concern, My child was in NPA for one year. The teachers and staff there where the best thing that ever happen to my child. Not only did they help my child with her education but after she left the school and went to the Prep. They have followed through on her education still. The school cares about the children as well as their education. If you every think that there might be a problem you can always talk to the teachers. I would send any child to the NPA or the NPP. Before I sent my child any where. I would like to think , Mr. Lindsay , Mrs. Johnston and Dean Agnew if it wasn t for them my child may still be lost in the system. I know that when a child go home or at the end of the year they still care and follow up on any thing that they are worried about. Just remember if you want your child to have the best education take them here and then to the Prep. Their not in to getting the money their there to make sure your child gets the best education that they can. Thank You Very Much, Debbie P.

- submitted by a parent
September 14, 2005
My daughter had a rough start in Mr. Lindsay's class room in 5th Grade. When she moved onto 6th grade all she could do was ask for Mr. Lindsay to be her teacher in 6th grade too. She went from the 50th percentile in all her AIMS testing to 80-90% in all subjects since attending this school. The staff and Administration are focused on education and really have a no nonsense approach to bad behavior... It's not accepted! Do your work, Parents be involved and your experience will be the best ever! It takes everyone to make this school run and the parent team is Awesome!

- submitted by a parent
July 29, 2005
I have a child in North Point Academy and I love it. He is learning many more thing than he would in the public school system. The teachers all know him and myself by name. I love it!!!

- submitted by a parent
July 25, 2005
We are very please with North Pointe Academcy. It is awesome.

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2005
My child is going to 6th grade and I am very pleased.

- submitted by a parent
July 12, 2005
I would just like to say my child enjoyed herself this past year in Ms. Rogus's class. I have compared what she has learned to some of her other friends in different schools and I was just blown away by the advancement of this school. I can't wait to see how much she will learn in first grade. I recomend this school to every one I know. Thanks to all the staff.

- submitted by a parent
July 10, 2005
They said my kindergarten son would be reading by Christmas and he did. I also appreciate the year round schedule, vacations in October are Great!

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July 08, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2005
I would like to let every parent out there that the teachers and staff care about your child s education. They have helped my child with her reading and math . When my child started there this school year she was behind two grades in reading and in math. She is now in low 6th.grade reading and high 7th. Grade math. I feel that if you care about your child s education you should look in to putting your child here. They truly do care about your child s education .They will work with you and help in anyway to make sure you and your children feel good about the education in AZ.Thank You Very Much N.P.A. Mrs.Potter

- submitted by a parent
May 17, 2005
north pointe is nice because it's a small school. The parents seem to be very involved. They also do alot of fieldtrips and activities.

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April 09, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2005
Great teachers, great curriculum, wonderful dean. This school is strict: they have rules and expect students and parents to follow them. This leads to actual learning instead of these dedicated teachers spending all their time on discipline issues. There is a 'family' atsmosphere among students/teachers/staff/parents that I haven't seen at any other school. The kids are taught and expected to learn based on their individual abilites and most of them are doing work at grade levels higher than the grade thet are in. My only regret is that I didn't find this school sooner!

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2005
I love North Pointe Academy! The teachers are caring, the school is just the right size to enable learning for the students at the right level. The principal, Dean Agnew is the best, and keeps the school running smoothly. My son has attended for the past three years, and it has gotten better with each one. His teachers have been wonderful. I hope the school stays the same, with all the caring staff, and the great activities that are offered. And AIT, the after-school program, this year, is great!

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2005
Quality academics with lots of extracurricular activities make for a desirable school!

- submitted by a parent
February 16, 2005
Very good school, awesome teachers.

- submitted by a parent
October 22, 2004
This school is awesome! From the teachers to the administration everyone works hard to give the kids the best education, they are challenged and are able to experience things hands on! This school is the best!

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August 27, 2004
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August 27, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2004
What a great school. The administrators and teachers are wonderful.

- submitted by a parent
August 04, 2004
I have 2 children at North Pointe and have never been happier. My son is in 1st grade this year but had Ms. Rogus last year and I can not believe what an amazing job she does. My son reads on a 2nd grade level and is doing math at a 2nd grade level. My daughter has a learning disability and the school has helped her so much that when she started last year she was reading at a 3rd grade level this year she is at her 6th grade level and her math is at a 5th grade level where before she was at high 3rd grade level. This school is amazing and I would recommend it to anyone in fact I do.

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June 15, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2004
There are some great teachers here. I would recomend sending your student here if you want to give them a great education.

- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2004
This school has high academics and a great support system for the students. There are small classes and spalding phoncs and core knowledge gives a lot of fun new things to learn.

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May 07, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2004
North Pointe has been a very positive experience for my 6th grader. He has excelled in every subject and grown beyond my expectations while attending. The teachers and staff are very attentive and supportive for the children.

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Why is Canyon thriving when so many schools are struggling? The answer should probably be complex, but it actually isn't. Our success is the result of our culture. Really? Culture? What’s so different about our culture? It's a culture where our faculty and staff: • Enjoy spending their day with children, causing students to feel valued. • Influence children to change, causing students to feel motivated. • Excel in their areas of responsibility, causing students to succeed. It’s a culture

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Canyon Pointe Academy
4941 West Union Hills Drive, Glendale, AZ  85308
(602) 896-1166
Last modified Canyon Pointe Academy is a Charter school that serves grades K-6. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Canyon Pointe Academy Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 126 reviews. Top