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PK-12 & Ungraded
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Phoenix, AZ
Students enrolled: 248

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3540 E. Cholla
Phoenix, AZ 85028

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(602) 449-2000
(602) 493-6222
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May 26, 2013
Roadrunner is an AMAZING school who is willing to work with ANY child and their family. Once your child is on their campus they become part of the Roadrunner family. Everyone there wants the children to succeed and be able to return to typical schools. We will miss the principal greatly, but know that nothing will be compromised because she set up such a great transition plan. Roadrunner is amazing for those gray area kids that get shuffled around with various diagnosis

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2012
I give this school a zero. Their staff is inappropriate and unprofessional and I have witnessed this behavior on more than one occasion. IEP meeting are a total joke with these people, all you do is go round in round in circles and get know where. I would never recommend anyone put their child in this school....they need to get rid of half the staff and completely restructure this school. They do not follow the behavioral management program the way they are supposed to and it effects every kid in this school negatively. It took me a over a year to get my kid out of this school. I truly believe it will take my son quite a while to get over the way this school treated him.

- submitted by a parent
October 04, 2011
This school is awful. They call you to tattle on your child as if you can take care of something that they are suppose to be equiped to handle. They don't let you know anything that goes on until it's blown way out of control. There is no way for a child to be a child at this school. They nit pick on every little thing even the most minor issues and I've actually walked in on them arguing with my child and others. They argue with me on the phone. I say run away from this school as fast as you can. They suck you in and then your poor kid can't get out! My childs grades are poor now but has always been am A/B student but now is getting F's. I'm working on a different placement it's that bad!

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2008
The Education that my daughter recives at this school is only so-so. They don't care if the homework done is right or wrong as long as it is finished, an they get an A for it. So now my daughter thinks it's ok to put any answer on the paper as long as it is finished.

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2007
My son has attended this School since Kindergarten. He has a mixed diagnosis of emotional disabilities and Roadrunner has always done their best to accomodate him through his difficulties. While I don't always agree with some of the rules, I agree with the set-up and structure of the School. There are like any School good and bad teachers and we have had our share of each. My son has tried to be mainstreamed once unsuccessfully so at this point we know that Roadrunner is the best placement. For a child with bipolar, OCD, and tourette's this has been a life saver. A place where no where else would have put up with the behaviors that Roadrunner does. He is accepted by not only the Administration but also his peers as they are dealing with the same behavior issues. The kids are all for one and one for all!

- submitted by a parent
July 09, 2006
I am impressed with this school. My son is in the self-contained autism preschool class, and he loves it. He started in February of this year with no words, and now he has speech, sings and is becoming more social. The teachers and aides are friendly and professional, and give daily feedback on his progress and behavior.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2005
I feel that this school has excellent academic programs.

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Roadrunner School
3540 E. Cholla, Phoenix, AZ  85028
(602) 449-2000
Last modified Roadrunner School is a Public school
Roadrunner School Rating: 2 out of 5 based on 7 reviews. Top