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PK-12
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Paradise Valley, AZ
Students enrolled: 425
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4800 E Doubletree Ranch Rd
Paradise Valley, AZ 85253

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(480) 991-1770
(480) 991-1954
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October 01, 2014
My child went here for less than a full year in Pre-K. We decided on removal after having repeated problems with the staff there. They brought in a "therapist" for testing, and diagnosed a sensory processing disorder. After taking our child to an offsite facility for a second opinion, their diagnosis came back, rather, as "gifted". After reading other reviews, it scares me to think that others believed the first few years here to be the best. When we left, my child quit wetting the bed again (this started up while attending here) within 2 weeks, and refers to Tesseract as "that scary school". After all the time spent there, my child didn't recognize numbers, or the alphabet. After less than 1 year at another school, s/he is sight reading, counting by 10's, 5's, etc, adding in the thousands, and writing full sentences. I am so glad that we made the choice we did. I just wish we had done it sooner. The one thing I wanted was to instill a love of learning in my child, and they did just the opposite.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2014
For the first time ever my son loves school. His teachers are amazing and he is getting a much higher quality education compared to Scottsdale Unified School District. The technology, curriculum and methods for teaching have been an amazing fit for my son. Cannot say enough positive about Tesseract!

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2014
Tesseract is an engaging environment for students. The experiential learning in and out of the classroom is amazing.

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2014
Tesseract school is child-centered and teaches thematically. The arts, Spanish, library, technology, and physical education are integrated into the curriculum whenever possible. The hands-on approach makes the learning experiences more meaningful and engaging. All students at the lower school start their day with a whole school morning meeting followed by a class morning meeting. During the lower school morning meeting students present by grade level in front of the school. Parents are invited to watch these morning meeting presentations. The students are expected to be responsible and independent learners.

- submitted by a parent
March 20, 2014
Our son has been in Tesseract the entire elementary school. Kindergarden and Fourth grade teachers are outstanding. Ms. O in 4th grade is the best teacher of the elementary crowd and worth EVERYTHING!.I am delighted that she will assume leadership role of the elementary school next year. I hope she will start by making serious changes in third grade classroom. I also hope that the most junior teacher will bring about lightness of a severely negative third grade atmosphere.

- submitted by a parent
March 18, 2014
Tesseract is currently a bit like a ship without a rudder. The current administration wants to make everyone happy so they often respond to the most vocal parents. Some grades are terrific thanks to some spectacular teachers - preK, Kindergarten, second grade and fourth grade were very strong but first and third grade were disappointing. The lower school will have an interim head of school next year and the overall head of school will be new for the 2014-15 year. Next year will likely be a transitional year as the school seems to be 'cleaning house' but hopefully Tesseract will eventually be stronger for all the changes.

- submitted by a parent
March 07, 2014
My children love going to school each day! The educators care for each child & you can feel this when on campus. The environment is loving & fun. Learning is fun & that is what my children are getting at Tesseract! Having fun while learning above & beyond the norm!

- submitted by a parent
March 06, 2014
Kindergarten and 2nd grade are strong. First grade however is notoriously a problem year. When paying $17000 a year, every year should be fantastic. The lower school is about to undergo a complete change of administration so maybe it will be better in a few years.

- submitted by a parent
November 18, 2013
We are very happy at the Tesseract lower school and my kids have been there since kindergarten. The projects they do are fun, engaging and very educational and allow children to discover information rather than have it spoon fed to them. They are taking responsibility for their learning, which I appreciate. The focus on public speaking and collaboration is so important for a 21st century economy where facts are all available to anyone with a computer. The ability to work with other people, advocate for a position, concede a point, think creatively and critically about a problem or idea is essential for success today.

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2013
Tesseract is an innovated school for today's students. The classes are engaging and the students work on many occasions, as a team, on real world situations. The students start learning to speak in front of crowds at an early age, and build their self confidence. All children can play on the sports teams, there is a "no cut" policy. The class sizes are small, so every child knows their teachers well, and the teachers learn each child's learning style. I can't say enough about Tesseract. My child is flourishing and will be well equipped for college in her future. Thank you Tesseract!

- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2013
This is our 3rd school in the valley and I have to say I am so pleasantly surprise how great this school is. My kids are in 1st and 2nd grade. The staff is the friendliest I have ever seen. My kids are excited to go to school every day. Parent community is friendly and welcoming. So happy and proud to be part of such a great educational organization.

- submitted by a parent
October 19, 2013
I love this school. I have multiple children and we have been in other private schools as well as public schools and I must say that Tesseract has been the very best place for all my kids. Their differentiated instruction, their caring and nurturing environment, the way they bring learning to life in the classroom has instilled a love of learning in my children that I don't think they could ever get from an adult centered educational environment. The school is student centered and my children love going to school each and every day! The experiences that they are exposed to on a daily basis excite them and they are eager to share them with me at the end of each day! In the Middle and Upper School my children have gained so much from the trips. The way these are integrated into their everyday studies is incredible. I am so thrilled Tesseract puts in that extra effort and is able to give them such a global perspective of their educational experience. The Educators are all exceptional and go above and beyond at all times. If you believe in education and your children, I would definitely consider Tesseract School!

- submitted by a parent
October 07, 2013
When I read some of these reviews, I wonder why someone would write things that are just not accurate. Bullying at Tesseract? Not tolerated and dealt with severely and swiftly. These educators love their students. It is part of the fabric of the school and the community. And as for staggered breaks, most private schools are not on the same cycle as public schools because they don't start as early. It is an issue but not one that is only a Tesseract issue. No charter school can compete with an independent school like Tesseract. The ratios may be similar but the educational philosophy won't be nor will the educator quality compare. Not saying that charter schools don't serve a purpose but they are not equipped to provide the depth of richness that an independent school can. It's a resource issue. Tesseract has it's challenges but the educators are amazing and they love your children above all else. The curriculum is rich and students learn.

- submitted by a community member
October 06, 2013
this is a fine school but, there are two problems we encountered 1. We have step children who are in a district and none of the dates for breaks align. We can't enjoy family vacation time. 2. There are near by charter schools (free) that offer an almost identical program. One has even better ratios! We aren't moving because we'd have to get all parties to agree. If money is tight, investigate!

- submitted by a parent
July 28, 2013
This school has so many problems. I don't have enough space to right it. One of them is that there is a bulling problem that my child encountered and not one single educator did anything about! I can't tell you how sad I was when my child told me that another child was doing this! I am so glad I am not apart of this community! Which all parents say what community!

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2013
As I watch my son finishing the 8th grade, I am filled with gratitude. Tesseract has partnered with us to raise our son from the age of 3. Through a cooperative and mutually respectful relationship, we have helped our son to become a mature, responsible, critical thinker who has excelled in all areas of life. Tesseract embodies the true meaning of education. My two younger children are on the same path , as they are being provided the most engaging and relevant education in Arizona.

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2013
My child has attended Tesseract since he was 3 years old. In the past 3 years we have seen him grow from a toddler into a confident little boy who is fully prepared to enter Kindergarten. We are forever thankful that he has been able to attend this child-centered, nurturing school and we truly believe that it is the best school in the Valley and worth every penny that we pay in tuition. When your child asks every day "am I going to school today?" and is disappointed when it is not a school day, you know you have made the right choice.

- submitted by a parent
May 15, 2013
if you are considering the middle school...ask why so many kids are leaving? no differentiated learning, educators leaving, lack of school direction, no school spirit, sad to see this change from lower to middle school. need to really reflect on what is going on top down, bottom up.

- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2013
children in lower and middle school. disappointed in the middle school. they preach differentiated learning -not happening. many of the educators are excellent - others not so much, many don't have certificates to teach, or are in progress. the middle school director has promoted as a teacher in-house and i don't see her with the real vision & drive to BE director. i had faith in the director, but that as wavered as he always "supports educators 100%". the director is to direct the schools vision, but be a liaison with parents, students & teachers. he is just their for the teachers. many kids in my child's class are not returning. those that are seems to be going just because they don't like the options. board is made up of parents appointed by director or other board members. i used to be a cheerleader for this place, not anymore. kids in athletics, forget it. i like the all play and participate rule, but their is no encouragement in school spirit, winning attitude, etc. the kids get frustrated as athletic dept doesn't care. no competition allowed. sad as this place as potential but they are too worried about expansion, they won't need it.

- submitted by a parent
March 05, 2013
You can be sure the parent who complained about what I said about the school was put up to it by the school or is heavily involved in the school herself. Differing opinions are squelched and respect is sadly lacking, an opinion I'd be happy to talk to her about.

- submitted by a parent
February 21, 2013
I am absolutely perplexed about this parent's comment. This is not the upper school that my two children attend. My son and daughter come home every day and tell me about interesting things they learned at Tesseract that day. I have found, and they agree, that the teachers are very supportive and interested in hearing their opinions. In fact, we have found that the teachers are always available, even on the weekends, to speak or e-mail with my children about their approach to an assignment and if they are feeling stressed out. The class trips are amazing. Last year, my children went to China and Italy in the spring with their classmates. It's a unique school and the students are pushed to think outside of the box, but that's a good thing. I am sorry that the other parent had a bad experience, but we have been very pleased with Tesseract and the upper school, and I hear that from almost every parent I know. The head of school is a very sociable person who knows the kids by name and welcomes their opinion. So, I beg to differ on any of the information mentioned by that other parent. It's simply incorrect!

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2013
We can only speak of the upper school and I would suggest anyone considering it run away as fast as you can. The teachers are poor. The administration is beyond unprofessional and the principal is a joke. There seems to be an atmosphere of fear about openly criticizing the school because of a perceived retaliation against one's child grade-wise.

- submitted by a parent
July 24, 2012
They are not interested in you unless you can afford to go here. If you are applying for scholarship or financial aid don't even bother. There are better schools out there that will welcome you with open arms.

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2012
My daughter has attended Tesseract for the last two years. She was at an A+++ public school during kindergarten. While at the public school she learned inappropriate language and mannerisms more suited for a teenager. Within 1 month at Tesseract we had our 6 yr. old back! The school as a whole teaches the students compassion and caring for themselves, the community, the country and the world. The academic education is topnotch while the art and music programs are stellar! It is with GREAT sadness that we will be leaving Tesseract at the end of this year due to a move out of state. If we ever have the chance to move back we will join the Tesseract community once again.

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2012
We have had our kids in the middle school for about a year and a half. We have been incredibly pleased with the culture of the school. We believe the school is providing what is needed to succeed in the 21st century. Most "top" schools are still chasing the goals of the 20th century through a hyper-focus on test scores, GPAs, and an academic rat race. However, Tesseract is looking forward towards the creative, community-oriented collaboration that will be required for success in the world our children will inhabit. It is difficult at times for us as parents as we are used to the "old-school" idea that more homework is better and, in essence, a child that is too happy must not be working hard enough. We have found at Tesseract that our children come home absolutely full of new things they have learned. Yet somehow they don't even realize they've been at school. As a summary, I would say that while most schools today focus on making "good soldiers" and are rated according to a common generic standard, Tesseract is focused on making generals. One cannot compare it with those other schools. It is unique.

- submitted by a parent
April 03, 2012
This is a great school. The upper school is smaller than most, but growing. I think the small size is negligible given the size of the city we live in - and it is clearly an asset academically because the classes are very small and the students get an incredible amount of individual attention, a rarity at the high school level. In my observation, the academic level competes with other private high schools and seems to exceed that of public schools. Extracurricular activities in the arts and sports areas are abundant and there is a high participation level among students. There are no students labeled "average" at this school - all are viewed as unique and able to contribute significantly to the world around them. All are expected to develop into happy, whole, productive, successful, ethical adults. To me, this is an incredible gift to give children during the formative and often vulnerable adolescent years.

- submitted by a parent
April 03, 2012
Tesseract School is exceptional. You won't find another middle or upper school remotely like it. Class sizes are small and the educators are present, available, and genuinely interested in the overall development of the students. All parents have a strong voice - and can speak with the principal directly, anytime. Surveys are sent out twice yearly to parents & students. Children are respected as individuals, and encouraged in all areas. My children became comfortable with public speaking within the first few months. They are now critical thinkers. They have ideas about themselves, others, and the environment that they confidently and intelligently express. Locks aren't needed on lockers because there is an atmosphere of trust and mutual respect on this campus. Bullying is not tolerated, and it seems those who are in repeated violation of rules no longer attend the school. The minute you walk on campus you notice the atmosphere of trust and respect - there is virtually no serious or sexual misbehavior, drug use or violence - issues that are givens at other schools. The children are safe on campus - physically & emotionally, and they know it. For a parent, this is priceless.

- submitted by a parent
December 10, 2011
As a student, I received and education far from what I thought I was getting. If you want your kid to be in advanced math or advanced anything once he or she gets to high school, don't send them to Tesseract. Send them to PCDS or some place that has more academic discipline. I did not go to PCDS, but my brother did and he is far ahead of where he should be academic wise. Even my parents regret sending me here. They believe this was a waist of money and time. In a nut shell, I think for the money you pay, this is a school far below average.

- submitted by a community member
April 22, 2011
This is the second private school in the Valley that we've attended and we are very happy with the education our children are receiving. They are challenged daily to think outside the box while being taught traditional academics. The teachers and administrators are caring, thoughtful, highly educated and very professional. The families are warm and welcoming. My kids couldn't be happier and it clearly shows through the daily enthusiasm for school and knowledge that they share with my husband and I. There is no air of pretentious, but rather an air of warmth and family. If you are looking for a school that offers strong academics, educational responsibility for both students and faculty, a nurturing and team oriented environment, and a strong and wonderful familial community then this is the school for you.

- submitted by a parent
October 06, 2010
My daughter has been attending Tesseract for 4 years, this being her fifth year. The high school might be a little small;however the early childhood program and lower school is amazing in every way. When I first came to visit the school, it was the administration that sold me. They nurture every child like they are there own. They have morning coffees during the year to discuss issues parents may have and open door policy with the teachers. As far as these controlling parents who donate alot,and there kids that get special attention,is not true. This is a PRIVATE school, fundraising is very important!! If you dont want to right a big check than simpily donate your time. These wealthy controlling people are the ones we elected to run are school. Nigel Taplin is a wonderfull soul. We are expanding,people because we have too.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 30, 2010
Lower school is excellent. Had a bad experience in the middle school-- took my kids out. Overly authoritarian mid. school director. Too small an environment for that age.

- submitted by a parent
February 11, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
October 21, 2009
outstanding faculty - completely student focused. Teachers get to know each student and in the middle and high school often serve in a very valuable mentoring relationship that extends beyond the classroom. Relevant curriculum and very innovative. Students are expected to take responsibility for their own learning and they do. Very technologically advanced.

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May 27, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating January 12, 2009
I have been a parent with children at Tesseract for the past 11 years. I have never been disappointed with what the school offered even as it weathered various financial difficulties. At this point, I find the Lower School to be very good and nurturing but I am extremely displeased with the Middle/ Upper School. The issues are not with the educators themselves but more with the Administrators. The current Middle School Head seems to be in over his head. He is not responsive to the real academic issues and does not solve problems. New teachers are not adequately oriented to the school and culture and ultimately creates problems for the students. None of my children will be continuing there next year. Their focus on growth has been way to aggressive and they have lost sight of learning fundamentals. It is really sad as the philosophy used to be so tremendous.

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 02, 2008
We transferred our daughter into Tesseract last year from one of the strongest public elementary schools in the State. Not only has she continued to thrive academically, Tesseract has given her exactly the right environment to develop into a well-rounded and caring young lady. The school administration and teachers are superb; and yet they continuously seek ways to improve. This fact is evidenced in many ways, from the way they teach, to the experiences they give the students, to the special guests they bring into the classroom. Tesseract treats each child as a special individual with specific needs and characteristics. We recommend Tesseract without reservation to all those who are looking to give their children precisely the beginning in life they will need for this very challenging twenty-first century.

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 17, 2008
My son has now graduated from Tesseract and gone on to a very challenging high school program. He was incredibly well prepared for that experience. My daughter has attended Tesseract since she was 5 and loves it. Loves to learn, Loves to go to school each day, and she is now in 8th grade. This is a school that teaches to the individual child, not to a test or some other arbitrary metric. There is no place else in Arizona where I would send my children.

- submitted by a parent
November 17, 2008
This is my daughter's second year at Tesseract. It has been a great experience for her and us. Besides outstanding faculty and a good sports program, Tesseract really focuses on the individual child and helps them realize their potential. I would highly recommend Tesseract to anyone looking for a well rounded quality education for their son or daughter.

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November 09, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2008
Tesseract is a wonderful school, offering many educational and extra-curricular opportunites for students. Tesseract uses teaching techniques which encourage a true love of learning (unlike many schools which focus on rote memorization and piles of un-meaningful homework). We love the K through 9th grade opportunites for public speaking, collaberative learning projects(working with others), and the 'Kids Who Care' Program promoting community service. We feel that when the above three opportunites are combined with Tesseract's academic achievement, this school is creating a 'well-rounded student' who is better equiped to be asuccessful throughout a lifetime. The staff and faculity at Tesseract is caring, knowledgable, and committed to making this school a fun and positive place for learning. We love the low student-teacher ratio and feel that our son is getting a quality education.

- submitted by a parent
November 07, 2008
Tesseract is an outstanding school. The teaching methods used are the ones which have been proven best by the latest educational research. We have not found any other school in the greater Phoenix area with a more developmentally appropriate curriculum, and the students are being trained to become community leaders. The teachers are fantastic, the low teacher-student ratio is key to the strong academic success of this jewel of a school. My daughters are thriving and excelling here, I cannot recommend it highly enough.

- submitted by a parent
November 01, 2008
I currently have 2 children at Tesseract. My oldest has been there for 6 years. Both children are stimulated, engaged and brilliantly happy. The school has a bright future, but needs the support of the community at large and continued parental involvement.

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2008
I have had a child at Tesseract since 2002. My child loves to learn. I feel the the quality of the teachers and their passion for learning has given my child the desire and tools to understand the world around her. I can't imagine her anywhere else. The low student teacher ratio has been the key to her success.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 27, 2008
We have had two children at Tesseract since 2001. One graduated in 2003 and is now a sophomore in college while our younger daughter is in 9th grade and a proud member of Tesseract's first high school class. The academic success our children have had is measurable and easy to discern...they can think, analyze, form opinions based on analysis, and express themselves well, both verbally and in writing. Of higher value to us as parents is the character development we have seen in the kids, much of which we attribute to their Tesseract experience. Integrity, respect for themselves as well as others, and the ability to work in a team environment are attributes that will serve them well throughout their lives. Tesseract and the families, teachers and administrators that make up the school are part of our family.....what a wonderful situation to have in today's world.

- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2008
We are parents of children at the Tesseract middle school. We strongly disagree with comments made by some of the reviewers. We feel the school has strong leadership and excellent educators. The educators are trained in new and innovative methods to create a learning environment in which each child feels emotionally and physically safe to expand their knowledge. They have created a real love of learning in our children and an incredible sense of social responsibility on a global scale. There is a low student to teacher ratio and a multi-sensory approach to learning in both the lower and middle school. There is excellent retention of the teaching staff because they are given freedom and support by administration to challenge each student to their fullest potential. Tesseract is most definitely child centered and provides students with the self confidence, compassion and leadership skills to become leaders in a sustainable, global society.

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2007
I have gone to Tesseract School for aabout 3 years or so. There are many reasons that i would want to switch to a different school. If it weren't for the very expirenced teachers, amazing education, and great sports teams and extra-curricuclar. They are opening up a High School, but I will not be attending, mainly becasue the toition is outragous and some of the staff are quite unbearable. Although I do recommend this school for youngsters, (Kindergarten-3rd Grade).

- submitted by a student
July 13, 2007
My daughter attended Tesseract for two years. We were happy with the first year, but during the second year, we began to have problems with lack of discipline in the classroom, and we also needed more challenging academics. The administration is very defensive, combative, and does not deal well with simple problems. We pulled our daughter out because the school refused to address ongoing inappropriate behavior. The school is run by a group of wealthy parents. Children of the large donors receive special treatment. The idea for the school is wonderful, but the administration is awful, mostly concerned about bringing in money for the new high school, and as a result, the school does not live up to it's original philosophy. It is a shame, because it is a great concept.

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2007
This is a fun place to be if you are 4 or a parent who likes a very permissive atmosphere. There are simply no set rules concerning discipline and there is a group of parents that seem to wield alot of power. I can only speak of my own experience but I know that we were dissapointed in the academics as well. We were happy with the school because our child was happy. As the year progressed we have experienced lack of consequences for repeated offenses and an extremely poor response by the weak administration. Overall, we believe that Tesseract suffers from a poor administration,low academic standards, and concern for public image and fundraising rather than for the safety of our child. We are extremely dissapointed.

- submitted by a parent
May 03, 2007
Tesseract does not discipline unruly children. There are numerous instances of bullying that is either tolerated or ignored. Perhaps tuition overrides the safety of children.

- submitted by a parent
July 05, 2006
My son attended Tesseract for the first time in 2005-2006 (6th grade). There were so many wonderful opportunties for him to experience. He really enjoyed his fellow students, sports, music, and most of all academics. The teachers/admin were absolutley the best.

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May 21, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
February 28, 2006
Lower school is great. Middle school needs some improvements. Administration is weak. Does offer sports and after school activities. Campus is small and so is student teacher ratio.

- submitted by a parent
January 13, 2006
This is a small school however there is a great deal of community involvement, as well as academic standard and sports/arts availability and promotion. The quality of academia is excellent and the teachers and faculty very attentive and proactive in the learning environment. In addition, parental involvement is very strong and well-encouraged by the school. Happy with it and it's well rounded approach. Only draw back is the constant promotion for the annual fund....and the limited parking!

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2006
This school used to provide my three children with an environment that was filled with nothing but quality education, kindness, love and respect. My children attended Tesseract for over ten years. At the time Jill Kessler was the head of the school. We stuck with the school through some very trying times and hoped that The Tesseract 'family' would somehow be able to survive. Unfortunately the loving atmosphere we were all so used to left with Jill Kessler. The education did remain strong in most areas but the current school head is not a leader.

- submitted by a parent
September 28, 2005
A fun place to be, but when I transferre my kids to public school they learned more and did better. They were not helping my children at all and they could not control them.

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September 13, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2005
Tesseract is a wonderful private school. Their goal is to Challenge Every Child. They have a great curriculum and my 2nd and 5th graders love it there.

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Tesseract School
4800 E Doubletree Ranch Rd, Paradise Valley, AZ  85253
(480) 991-1770
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Tesseract School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 59 reviews. Top