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PK-8
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Mesa, AZ
Students enrolled: 750
Before care: Yes
After care: Yes

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9701 E. Southern Ave.
Mesa, AZ 85209

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(480) 355-6830
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December 16, 2014
My child attends this school and I have never had any issues until today. Unfortunately, his lunch balance had fallen behind and I was unaware that the issue had not been taken care of. Instead of the school lunch lady, Michelle, calling me herself to let me know, she denied my child a hot lunch for MULTIPLE days. How is this fair to a young child who has no control of the situation, but is hungry? If she would have called, this would have been taken care of and my child could have ate the same things his friends were eating, instead of only being allowed to have a salad. I do not think this is fair to kids, I also think in the future the communication needs to be better...

- submitted by a parent
November 24, 2014
I am so thankful for the amazing staff at Imagine East Mesa. Everyone from the classroom teachers, specials teachers, interventionists, aides, admin, everyone makes you feel special, valued, and welcomed. This is a wonderful school with high academic rigor without losing the family feel.

- submitted by a parent
August 13, 2014
Something is fishy about this place. They always charge for everything. While doing some research I discovered that its parent company has been kicked out of a few states so far due to fraud. when they do get a great teacher they leave, sometimes in the middle of the school year. The homework they have here is a joke as well. If your kids stay here be sure to have them attend only Imagine schools because they will probably be a few grades behind in a real school. They talk about leadership and values but what its really about is making money. I also searched the net for all the supposed awards they are always winning and those awards are offered by the company who owns Imagine East Mesa.

- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2014
Great school, but the only problem and reason why my daughter gotten switch to a different school is that when they started the cheer club with coach Heather, it was free, she justed charged for shorts and shirt. But now, school its admitting the new coach run her whole business in the school. First it started with a lower montly fee, but over the years, the fee has been increasing higher and higher. Even the registration fee has increased. It's hard for alot of families to afford the prices. Main point, my daughter just started junior high, great school and were there is no montly fee for her cheerleading hobby... I hope school understands my point.

- submitted by a parent
July 25, 2014
My son is starting his 3rd year (kindergarten through now 2nd grade) and we are very excited about the coming school year. The teachers are well trained in identifing the education needs of each individual student and really helped us to develope a balanced home/school schedule that directly impacted his grades and performance. My husband is a parent volunteer in class and appreciates how fluid the educators are in adapting to new testing requirements. Overall, I would highly recommend Imagine East Mesa. My thanks to the faculty and staff there for all their dedication and hard work educating the youth of our community and continuing to establish teast school results that are at or above state testing levels. Keep moving forward!

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2014
My son Is going on his 4th year at IEM. We had our struggles in the beginning with a teacher & administration staff turn over, but we are beyond happy with the education my son is getting!! Ms Porter in 1st grade is an amazing teacher and has great new ideas & so happy my son had her for 1st grade!! She really changed his thoughts on school & he is so excited to go! This year, my son had Mrs VanLonkHuyzen..... Mrs Van is incredible!! I was able to help out in the class room, so glad I was able to watch her interaction with the kiddos, she truly loves the kiddos and works her hardest to help each child out individually!! After all the changes with the administration, I'm so happy with who they have & the group is awesome!! There will always be turn over at schools, every school has their issues and people think the grass is greener on the other side but you will eventually be back.

- submitted by a parent
May 14, 2014
This school has been a joke over the last year my son has attended, talk about being left behind. There shouldn't a reason why all of his class work is being done incorrectly and not even noticed by teacher. No one stopping him to make sure to explain or make sure he is understands the work. He will now be repeating Kindergarten at a better school.

- submitted by a parent
April 06, 2014
I think the fact that teachers are posting is a positive thing. I have been at this school for 8 years. There isn't any other place that I would rather be working. The fact that the teachers love the school is an added bonus for our students. I truly believe if a person is happy where they work, they are blessed! I love how I feel valued as an individual and can feel comfortable and free to add my own personality and passions into my daily routines. This allows our students to have many types of experiences they may not have in a public school. My animals create leadership roles and the development of responsibility and respect. Many of the teachers go above and beyond the planning and teaching in their own classrooms. We've provided meals for the community and work hard to make sure that our students' basic needs are met. Teachers tutor after school, during breaks and early morning. Through a few major transitions we've come out strong and better than ever! I am proud to be a part of the Imagine East Mesa family and enjoy watching the students develop and grow into the leaders of the future! Going to work with such amazing kids is truly a joy!

- submitted by a teacher
April 04, 2014
Imagine East Mesa is a great school and a great place to work. Coming from a public school IEM is a breath of fresh air. The teachers, leadership team, instructional aides and office staff are incredible. We are a family who work together to meet the needs off all students. People who post negative reviews are simple minded and don't know what's best for kids. I am confident in saying IEM is a GREAT school. Come see for yourself if you don't believe me.

- submitted by a teacher
April 04, 2014
Imagine East Mesa is a great place to work with amazing leadership. I have been a teacher there for the last two years and have loved every minute of it, especially in comparison to other schools I have worked at. I am feel very supported and everyone on staff comes together to support children however they need it! IEM is a great place to be!! Go Roadrunners!!!

- submitted by a teacher
April 04, 2014
Let me preface this by saying that everyone is entitled to their own opinion. That being said, I have had nothing but great experiences my entire year here as a teacher. From the administration to the office staff and fellow teachers and support staff, I have never met more wonderful and caring individuals. Not being here last year I cannot speak for the turmoil, but I cannot understand how a teacher could leave their position mid-year. I know some were due to extreme illness and family issues and those must come first, but anything else is inexcusable. We make a commitment to our students for the school year and regardless of our personal feelings towards the administration or other staff members, we must honor that commitment. What exactly are we teaching our children when we quit?

- submitted by a teacher
April 04, 2014
My son was with the Florence Unified District for 7 years. I worked day in and day out with him and there were always multiple excuses about not wanting to go to school. His grades were persistent C's and high D's. His older teachers used to call me and tell me he NEVER applied himself. I ended up pulling him out in November 2013 due to a separate issue that was ignored for almost a year. On his first report card he was ALL A's! I have never seen him so excited to show me a report card. He raves about EVERY teacher and I get compliments on him. Our teachers go out of their way to help students, even after school! One of our teachers said "If he can't figure out his homework here's my cell phone number you have him call me!" Seriously!!!! Where else are you going to find this kind attention?! East Mesa should have been my son's home from the beginning! I love our veteran teachers and love seeing so many of them advancing within the Imagine Family!

- submitted by a parent
April 04, 2014
This was my first year teaching at this school and it has been amazing. The administration is very supportive and the entire campus is a huge family. Everyone genuinely cares about each other and work well together. I am so impressed that I am pulling my child out of public school and bringing them here next year. If I had ANY doubts in my mind about this school, my own child would not be attending. I know my child will get the best education possible here from the amazing staff.

- submitted by a teacher
February 23, 2014
I have two children who attend here and love it. The teachers are awesome and communicate with me all of the time. I volunteer once a week and the atmosphere is great. The school has many after school programs/sports that the children can be part of. I think they are doing a great job!

- submitted by a parent
February 04, 2014
This is my 5th year with Imagine. Out of the 5 years there was only one year I questioned whether or not I made the right choice to move from a public school. I DID! I have been nothing but impressed with the Leadership the last two years, the Teacher's are all Highly Qualified, the support staff are welcoming and friendly, and the office staff always have a smile on their faces. But the most important reason I love this school is my kids! They love going everyday! This is truly an awesome school. :)

- submitted by a parent
January 27, 2014
I am not impressed at all with the office staff and how they handle issues with the children. The rules are not the same across the board. Once child does and action, the other does the same thing and the actions taken are completely opposite. they also have nothing to offer kids with special needs. They have no staff to accommodate the needs of these kids. If your child is smart and can fly under the radar this school is for them. We have three kids there 2 do great and the other no so much. Disappointed and after 5 years with this school we are saying goodbye.

- submitted by a parent
November 04, 2013
My 4th grader is very happy at this school. I am not sure if the negative reviews are posted to the correct school - every concern we have had about bullying were promptly and appropriately addressed. Some new teachers, some have been there for quite some time - normal in every school, and not sure why it matters, since the kids get a new teacher each year. Regardless, the staff is kind and caring, and they seem to know all of the kids. I will be enrolling a kindergartener next year.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2013
At the end of the 2012-2013 school year, I withdrew both of my kids from this school. The rate of teacher turnover was staggeringly high under the administration at that time, and including the unexplained firing of my son's favorite teacher. The administration at the school does not appear to be trustworthy, and continually engages in cover-ups and double-speak. And they permit bullying and other forms of abuse by students on the campus, with no significant consequences for the perpetrators (my son's class). This was easily the worst elementary school I have ever encountered, and I'm quite content with my decision to send my children elsewhere.

- submitted by a parent
September 14, 2013
My grandsons have attended this school since pre-k. One is in fourth grade and the other in second. I have volunteered in their classrooms once weekly for tne past five years. I have been very happy with the genuine caring of the teachers and support staff. I am able to observe not only what is going on in their classrooms, but I get to see how the students in other rooms behave in the hallways. I walk past many classrooms and am always pleased to see students actively engaged. The music program is outstanding. I heartily recommend this school.

- submitted by a community member
August 26, 2013
not a good school.... very dirty... non- friendly no smiling face... lot of favorism.. money hunger..... non accessible.... no communication.. and the list goes on and on... will not return next year

- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2013
This was my childs first school, there was POOR Communication with the front office; instead of getting informatiom... I always had to request it. I got more information at Taft Elementry then here. Where's the high standars??

- submitted by a parent
July 01, 2013
Imagine East Mesa is an excellent school! All of the teachers and staff on campus teach the students character education and with the Leader in Me program we are truly growing leaders on our campus. Our school now offers Band and Choir in middle school and we have winning sports teams. Our Elementary Honor Society is going to do great things for our community. We are a school that is passionate about helping those in need and making our community stronger. Our Preschool program is unbelievable and our Before and After care program is professionally run and the kids love it! I have worked here for several years now and I never see myself working for any other school.

- submitted by a teacher
May 20, 2013
This was my childs first year there. The management was so bad that it effected the students ability to learn. Teachers were coming and going like a revolving door. The bullying by many of the student body were not handled effectively and were never stopped.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2013
My children have attended Imagine East Mesa for the last 3 years starting in Pre-K. The Pre-K program was so awesome! My son was reading before he entered kindergarten. Now, just a few years later he is reading chapter books in his first grade class. My daughter just started this year in pre-k and loves learning sight words and addition and subtraction at her level. I love the family feel at Imagine. I would reccommend this school to any family.

- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2013
We entered our son into the prek program this year at this school and are thrilled with the progress we've seen! Previous to this year we had our son in a prek program at another school and he was miserable. He was crying every day and was clinging to us. His previous program had many teachers in and out of the room throughout the day and none of them took the time to make a connection with my son. At Imagine East Mesa there is one teacher in the prek room and her face lights up every time my son and every other student walks into the room! It is very obvious that she loves her job and the students she teaches. My son has completely come out of his shell and is no longer shy in social situations. We are surprised every day by how much he is learning at this school. The teacher even has prek conferences to show us all of the amazing work he is doing in class and show us actual data and information about what he has learned! We are so happy that we decided to switch our son to this school and highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for an amazing prek program with a teacher who truly cares for the students in her class!

- submitted by a parent
February 12, 2013
2 years ago I would have given this school a five star rating.....over the past couple years though, the quality of leadership is lacking. 3 years and 3 principals, multiple turnover in teachers every year and throughout the year. A lot of behavior issues in classrooms and there is nothing done about these students. I chose this school for the "push" in learning. It was there, but the school has now become more worried about the numbers and not the students. These students are taking away learning time from the other students. Unfortunately, for a couple of the great teachers there, the front office is lacking in leadership and responsibility towards the staff and students and creating an odd stress throughout the school. If you value your child's education I suggest you ask the school, how long has there staff been there. I have found that to be very important.....there is no communication between grade levels and no consistency for the students due to high turnover!!!!! We will not be returning to this school next year!!!!!!!!!

- submitted by a parent
October 26, 2012
We have been at this school for 5 years now and continue to love it here. The only reason I am not giving it 5 stars is because there seems to be something going on that is causing teachers some stress, and many of them have left, and we have been through 4 principals in 5 years. That said, the first principal was promoted, the second principal was promoted, the third principal which neither my husband nor I ever felt very confident in (he just seemed immature) vanished with 3 weeks left of school, and the fourth principal is now the second principal returned, and we love to see her back. But in giving a school a grade, one cannot overlook that kind of frequent transition of leadership. Both our children who attend here are doing very well academically and there seems to be great concern about achieving grade level expectations, so I am surprised to see the latest test scores so low. We feel confident sending our children to school here everyday, and they feel confident attending every day. Its awesome to send happy children to school and get happy children back.

- submitted by a parent
March 22, 2012
As a 2nd year parent - My children love this school and continue to excel in all areas.Both continue to make the A Honor Roll list and continually are challenged by their teachers. I also love that the school offers Imagination Station classes to help our children excel even more. They were not getting any of this attention from the public school we attended.

- submitted by a parent
February 28, 2011
Adjusting the learning programs to fit the child helps both gifted and challenged students. My child loves to school and continues to excel in all areas.

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2010
Most of the teachers are great. The bussing setup is the worst I've ever seen. My 9 yr old gets on the bus at 6:30 am and arrives back at home at 4:55 pm every day. Every year it is mass confusion about the bus schedules or if your child will still be able to ride the bus.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 26, 2010
Why do you love Imagine Charter Elementary School at East Mesa?the entre staff always shows caring and compassion to each and every student at this school. they make it a wonderful environment for learning.

- submitted by a parent
February 11, 2010
Everyone school member knows my son's name. Teachers are excellent. A well run school.

- submitted by a parent
February 08, 2010
My son is in Kindergarten and he loves going to school here. All of the teachers know his name, the communication is terrific, and the before and after school program is awesome.

- submitted by a parent
January 07, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
December 22, 2009
I have all three of my kids going here. They went to Brinton Elementary last year. I won't blast them here or anything, but let me just say that my 4th grader (Mrs. Eastwood's class) now likes school like he used to and his grades are getting so much better, My first grader (Mrs. Cassidy's class) was almost held back in kindergarten last year at Brinton but we fought to get him into 1st grade, they accepted him here and his teacher is doing a wonderful job with him. He is going to make the honor roll this quarter. My kindergartner (Mrs Chance's class, yes she's also good, lol) has a speech problem and is working with the speech teacher, she is making awesome progress. I am going to keep them all here until they go to high school. Quality place with an awesome staff!!

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 18, 2009
This is an amazing school with only highly qualified teachers. They don't put up with any discpline children who come over from the public schools, as many do. The staff and leadership are outstanding. Imagine are up on the technology with students and the time. I highly recommend.

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 11, 2009
My daughter attends Kindergarten at Imagine Charter School East Mesa. The pre-K program was excellent and I felt that it more than prepared my daughter for Kindergarten this year. The staff seem friendly, attentive, and I notice that they all seem to know my daughter's name. This makes me feel as if my child is not 'lost in the shuffle' so to speak, and that the staff takes an interest in each child. I also agree with one of the posts I read here...Kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Mohler, is the best!

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 02, 2009
Five stars, all the way. Every one in this school knows my kids name. He is in kindergarten! All of them! Parents are involved in every thing & Mrs. Mohler is the best, we love her.

- submitted by a parent
October 21, 2009
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- submitted by a community member
September 11, 2009
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- submitted by a student
July 06, 2009
My child won't be going back to this school. There is a lot of turn over and many behavioral problems. You can't request the teacher for the next year, who knows if they'd even be there. My child has gone for two years and both years they were brand new teachers with no experience. The school doesn't supply much for these teachers. We were bombarded with requests for supplies all the time. My son didn't get any homework for the first three months because the teacher didn't know what was going on. I'm frustrated and tired of what the school promises and doesn't fulfill. They promise you the world and give you a substandard education. I was way better off at my neighborhood school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 10, 2009
My oldest son has been going to this school since pre-k.. He is now going into the first grade. I really like the staff they are very friendly and helpfull. Teachers are just amazing.

- submitted by a parent
April 07, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2008
This is my kids 4th year at this school. What can I say I guess, they are giving what I am expecting. All of my kids have an excellent grades because of our participation in their homeworks and school. Those misbehaved kids? It's their parents fault. The comments I've seen there's a lot of rude drivers in the parking lot? For sure their kids are the the rudest kids in the school, what they see in their parents they copied. So for all of you who are not returning in this school, I hope you will get a peace of mind and you can go to all schools that you want but still other problems will exist. We don't need whiners we need good actions and that starts in our home.

- submitted by a parent
October 19, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2008
We sent our oldest to kindergarten EMCS for his first year and have been very happy with his teacher and the school in general so far. They encourage the kids to succeed as a group as well as working with each child's individual needs. This makes for a overall happier school setting as it seems the older kids tend to look out for the younger kids. Mrs.Mohler is a fantastic teacher and I hope she will stay with it another 5 years so my younger two can have her as well since they love her already!

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2008
My son has attended Imagine East Mesa for the past three years. Within these years I have seen tremendous academic growth in my son and the school. I am pleased to see the school's has highly performing rating and has been recognized for it's character education. I am very thankful for Imagine's leadership and staff. It raises the bar for education in the East Valley.

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2008
This is our first year at Imagine. I am extremely happy so far! The communication between, teachers and parents is fantastic! Great academics and programs! I'm also very happy with the drop off/pick up routine! The parking lot was a little crazy at first, but in the few weeks since school has started it has gotten much better!

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2008
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- submitted by a student
no rating May 19, 2008
This is my childs third and last year at this school. I definately the leadership is nonexistent and the teachers are really stressed. They promised advanced education and I really don't see it. They ask parents for tons of supplies, copy paper and office supplies. Stuff the school should be giving these poor teachers. Too many first year teachers this year and no leadership makes for one lost school and alot of unhappy people. I only wished I hadn't waited and went to the Mesa Acadamy when it opened. This school just has way too many problems.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 28, 2008
My children will not be returning next year due to the lack of leadership in the school's office... The teachers are great yes but very stressed.

- submitted by a parent
January 24, 2008
I am a new parent to a first grader. We started here just this semester, my daughter is much happier, her grades are going up, and the uniform is a wonderful idea. The only real thing I see wrong with this school are the drivers in the parking lot.

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
January 02, 2008
The education is great, balanced, and advanced. The discipline is also great, where the children can focus on education and not distruption.

- submitted by a parent
October 15, 2007
My daughter attends EMCS this year as an 8th grader. She had been attending an area Jr High and was getting lost in the shuffle. As a result her grades were falling at an unbeleivable rate and we were very concerned for her future education. I can not say more then that this school is great! Her grades are up where we know they should be and she is in a much more controlled setting rather then getting lost among the crowd. There is a great disipline program here and the teachers are fantastic.

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2007
Looking over the reviews, and I am saddened many have had a bad experience with EMCS. My daughter has been on the principals and honor roll since her first year kindergarten. I am thankful for smaller class sizes, so the children get more one on one attention from teacher. I think all of the reviews given by those who see dicipline issues must be the parents who spend loads ome gossiping about what could be changed rather than getting more involved and making the change happen. We have had a great experience with EMCS. The biggest problem have seen are the parents. Especially in the parking lot. Many are rude and disrespectful others. I think the issue is not the leadership the school, but the mentality of the parents. Rude and disrpectful behavoiur at home is hard to break during school hours. But, I think EMCS does a great job.

- submitted by a parent
August 27, 2007
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- submitted by a student
no rating July 17, 2007
I am a parent of a second grader who is o honor role for the past 2 years. I am extremely happy with this school.

- submitted by a parent
July 04, 2007
This will be my child's 3rd year at EMCS and if it wasn't for the trust that I have in the teachers there, she definitely would not be returning. That is the only nice thing I have to say about that school. The principal is not there for the children like she should be , the drop off and pick up plan is ridiculous ,there is no discipline for misbehaved children at all, and the fact that they attached a middle school is really disappointing. There is no reason children need to be associating with preteens in an educational environment. If this becomes a problem, she will definitely be taken out of this school.

- submitted by a parent
June 18, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
June 13, 2007
My children have went to this school for two years. The teachers are awesome. My daughter had the best teacher around this year, BUT the leadership is lacking from the principal. Discipline is not a high priority for her. Unruly kids do not get consistent adequate punishment. Due to this fact, my children will not be returning. I am not subjecting my children to the lack of discipline with the misbehaved children.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2007
My children will not be returning to the school because of the lack of discipline. I agree with most of the parents that have left reviews. The school lacks a solid disciplinary figure. BUT the teachers are outstanding. My youngest child had the most outstanding teacher this year. Although this teacher was outstanding, most of the teachers there are really good.

- submitted by a parent
June 04, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
May 22, 2007
My son didn't return to Imagine Schools because of the lack of leadership. Unruly kids do not get punished. Parents shop around for your kids education or talk to other parents, don't settle or less.

- submitted by a parent
May 16, 2007
I actually shocked at some of the poor ratings I'm reading here regarding EMCS. I have not had one bad experience at the school and my children have been attending ECMS for two years now. They were in the inaugural Kindergarten class last year when the school opened. This year they're in Mr. Mikula's 1st grade class. He's an absolutely incredible teacher!! A++++. The schools communication may not be the best, but it's my responsibility to insure that I know what's going on within the school and my children's class. I've heard of no discipline problems in my children's class. I know of a few parents, and a grandparent, that actually volunteer in my children's class. It's nice to know that EMCS is open to parental involvement and actually encourages it. I'm thrilled that they've built the middle school so that my children will be able to seamlessly transition when time.

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2007
This was my child's first year at Imagine Schools of East Mesa and it will be his last. The lack of parental involvement is no surprise due to the high percentage of low income families who don't give a hoot. The school doesn't prioritize safety when it comes to the dropping off and picking up of children. Faculty does not keep parents informed of events in a timely manner. They just built a middle school smack dab in the middle of the playground decreasing the children's already small play area. The fact they are incorporating middle school with the elementary school is the main reason my child won't be returning. Subjecting my child to the problems associated with preteens is unacceptable to me.

- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2007
This is my childs second year at this school and probably the last. The teachers are the greatest. Needs more parent involvement.

- submitted by a parent
March 26, 2007
Would not recommend this school. Unruly kids rule the school. Nice looking school, but lacking in education.

- submitted by a parent
March 13, 2007
We've recently transferred our child from another local school that was poorly managed, and have been thrilled with the education that our child has received at Imagine Schools. His teacher is wonderful, and he has been learning tremendous amounts at this school. We are so pleased!

- submitted by a parent
February 27, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
December 04, 2006
I have not been happy with the school for many reasons. We are frequently told that we will receive information regarding one topic or another but never receive that information. It is very disappointing and my child will not return next year. They seem too unprofessional and their standards seem extremely low. That isn't the kind of environment any parent can feel good about.

- submitted by a parent
November 27, 2006
Unfortunately this school is on what appears to be a downward spiral from it's first year. Which was only last year. There are discipline issues that are repeatedly tolerated rather than put a stop to. This is not a good invironment for children to learn in if these behaviors are still permitted. The school seems more concerned with keeping the 'bad eggs' rather than holding on to the good ones. I feel every child deserves a fair shake, but not to the point of putting up with behavior 12+ weeks into the year. Parental involvement is low which is sad. Thus probably the reason for the lack of discipline among some.

- submitted by a parent
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Imagine East Mesa Elementary School
9701 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ  85209
(480) 355-6830
Last modified Imagine East Mesa Elementary School is a Charter school that serves grades PK-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 6 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Imagine East Mesa Elementary School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 72 reviews. Top