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16406 N. 61st Place
Scottsdale, AZ 85254

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November 14, 2014
I was sorry to see some negative reviews and they made me a bit nervous prior to school starting. This our first year. However, my daughter has been extremely happy at NR. Therefore, I am happy. So far so good!

- submitted by a parent
July 30, 2014
This school is wonderful!! I am so saddened by some of the reviews that I am reading here. My kids have loved it here, great principal, great teachers, great honors program, everything is top notch. I am so glad we found this gem of a school.

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2014
The self contained gifted program has been a disappointment. Even though there actually was a teacher this past year (no teacher the year before) the kids played computer games for math. Integration of technology is needed but not at the expense of actual instruction (I taught gifted 7-12th graders math for 4 years. I also attended a gifted program as a child. This school's program has not been competitive). The promised curriculum of Junior Great Books and College of William and Mary was not followed and the homework had very little academic value or relevance. The gifted teacher did not have any previous gifted classroom experience and did not have a gifted endorsement even though PVUSD advertises all of their gifted teachers hold the endorsement. We have heard that the other gifted teachers here are experienced, mentally stable and genuinely good teachers, which is why we stuck around. The positives are the P.E. and Music teachers & Community Ed programs. To other posters- If you have a different opinion, then state it without resorting to actual personal attacks against other posters. Everyone has a different experience. GreatSchools asks for leadership ratings.

- submitted by a parent
June 22, 2014
NR is a very strong small school on so many levels. Why some have taken a personal attack on the principal is surprising & may be a better reflection of the writers! We have had many wonderful interactions w/Dr Hartley...even when having to address our child being called in for behavior issues! We have learned over the last five years however, that every child has different needs in the classroom. We have 3rd and 5th grade students. They have been at NR the entire time. We have had great years and some just okay years depending on our children's needs & the particular teacher they had at the time. Parent involvement is important DEPENDING on your child and their individual needs. Some years we have needed to be more involved or less. The Self Contained Gifted Programs are outstanding. Again, depending on the child and their 'fit' into the program will impact on whether it is the program for your child or not! Teachers try to 'differentiate' whenever possible but as in ALL schools, when you have 20-35 kids in a class, there is only so much a teacher can do! We are excited for the next four years at NR and LOVE being a part of The Ranch Family! A Very Happy NR Parent! A+++

- submitted by a parent
February 15, 2014
We LOVE this school. Great teachers and great families. It's unfortunate that some of these reviews seem more like personal attacks on Dr. Hartley. School isn't a babysitting service and your child's education starts in the home. Take responsibility and get involved.

- submitted by a parent
January 22, 2014
This school is clearly over rated. This is my child's first year attending NRE and it has been nothing but a disappointment. If it wasn't for my child's excellent teacher, this school would deserve an even worse rating. This school's biggest failure is the hiring of Principal Hartley. She has not been doing an adequate job leading this school. Instead, she is making poor choices to improve the school environment rather than improve the academic quality of the school. For example, the decision to change school release has gone from bad to worse. Not only are kids being released like its a stampede but parents are banned from the front office. Its unsafe. The school has no right to turn parents away from picking up their child inside. if it is a noise issue, then all that is needed is for staff to respectfully tell parents to lower it down. Its not that difficult. Luckily, the weather is nice enough to wait outside. The other issue is Dr Hartley making certain parking areas "illegal" when there is no fire lane and no signs enforced by the city of Scottsdale. Where is the code that states no parking? Your "police" presence is getting old.

- submitted by a parent
January 21, 2014
Disappointed. I chose this school due to the raving reviews .We almost lost the PTA entirely this year due to a lack of involvement and zero interest from the parents to volunteer for the crucial positions (or even simple ones) . The 12th hour, it turned around, however, having a Board doesn't make the involvement happen. It's hard to feel welcomed in this school. The past year has seen many militant-feeling procedures regarding dropping off or picking up your children. Parents DO NOT feel welcomed when coming into the school - especially at pick up. The new POLICY does not allow us even to enter the building whatsoever to pick up a child (will be blazingly hot soon). The kids are instead released directly out of one of two outside gates. Not safe, Not practical. We end have to re-enter, sign in, just to pick up a form or have my child use the restroom before we leave. Logistically a nightmare I never expected. Some teachers are peaches, others could care a less, and have no interest in communicating with parents. I'm currently in this group. Still, my child enjoys it here, but then again, he would likely thrive at other schools. Don't go by the "AAA+++" ratings alone.

- submitted by a parent
December 08, 2013
I have a child at North Ranch and one at Fireside. Fireside is shiny and new but North Ranch is my favorite. The teachers and staff have been wonderful and there is a huge community spirit between the parents, staff and teachers. The only problem is the pick-up/drop-off can be a headache but without a solution, I am not really complaining too much.

- submitted by a parent
July 24, 2013
If your child has any special needs, is in special education or is not considered "gifted" DO NOT sent Your child to this school or any other PV district school. The principal and district staff do not have the needs of all children at heart only thier favorites or "exceptionals". The pricncipal thinks she is some kind of star and only aknowledges those families and children she likes or approves of. If your child is not considered "normal" or a "robot" they will be overlooked and even worse treated unfairly.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
Great experience so far with Ms. Castellano and Ms.Shea. Excellent educators who keep the children motivated.

- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2013
I agree that North Ranch is a tremendous school for students and families. That concept began when the school opened as the staff and parents agreed to make it happen the first year. The first event held was an open house followed by a family picnic in the nearby park. From that point on, learning was an interactive experience among the students, parents and staff - a tradition upheld to this very day. Jim Dewalt, first principal of North Ranch.

- submitted by a teacher
May 26, 2012
A++ School! Wonderful teacher & staff. We are proud to be members of the North Ranch family!

- submitted by a parent
April 15, 2012
We have been a North Ranch family since 2007. We left Copper Canyon because the smaller campus environment is exactly what our children needed. The principal and the staff welcomed us and consistently have provided an outstanding academic and social environment for our children. The principal is amazing, the teachers and staff are amazing, and the mascot club staff members are amazing. We love being a North Ranch family!!

- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2012
My kids have been attending North Ranch since 2007. I have a son in 6th grade and a daughter in 3rd. Each of them have been consistently excelling every year. If they fall short in an area I am notified and provided the background needed to help them. The school and it's staff are open and easy to talk too. They take the kids education seriously as well as provide an equal and fair surrounding. No bullying is tolerated. I like that. I would recommend North Ranch and do.

- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2012
North Ranch provides an outstanding learning environment for my daughter. The teachers and staff are caring and work hard to meet the needs of all of the students. I greatly appreciated the fact that her academic and social needs are taken into consideration. As a gifted student she was often unchallenged and bored in her previous school, this was not the case at North Ranch. Extension opportunities are provided in many subject areas allowing her to remain excited and motivated. I recommend "The Ranch" to everyone! It is a great school!

- submitted by a parent
April 10, 2012
Our child has attended North Ranch Elementary School since Kindergarten and is now almost finished with sixth grade. We'll miss this school. The overall experience has been excellent, especially as far as public schools go. No school is perfect, of course, but this has been a place where community was reasonably tight-knit; the PTA was mostly active and helpful; the principal and office staff were open, friendly and responsive; and the teachers worked hard to do right by the kids. Over the years, we've seen some less than stellar reviews written here, but they must be taken with a grain of salt; most parents are very pleased with the school and the education offered. In 7 years there, and knowing MANY other families and students from North Ranch, we feel comfortable recommending it highly.

- submitted by a parent
April 10, 2012
My son has attended North Ranch for 6 years and my daughter for 4 years. I love the fact that this is a small elementary school and that everyone from teachers, parents, and office staff are engaged in every child's well being. We have not experienced a significant problem with any teacher or the principal. The principal knows the kids' names and greets them in the hallway.

- submitted by a parent
March 05, 2012
I despise the fact they refer to the principal as "THE QUEEN". She should be addressed properly as Dr. Hartley and nothing else. My student had 50 missing/late assignments and was never informed until the report card came. Teachers only seem to care if your student excels at what he or she does. Those students who need a bit of extra help or time. This school is no better than any other school in the district. Seems they need to concentrate their funds on items that are important & not for fun. Do these students really need iPads to use? NO.

- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2012
I was very happy about the school until a new honor teacher was joined,the staff at the front desk is so great,other teachers that I know of them are good.But the new honor teacher is wasting the time in the class by showing the you tube videos according to the report from my child.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2011
My son has been at North Ranch for 2 years. The teachers have been attentive, enthusiastic and have high expectations for the kids. The school places an emphasis on treating each other with respect and kindness. We couldn't ask for more.

- submitted by a parent
August 03, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
August 02, 2009
Education is important but so are other values that you hope are to be demonstrated by teachers and staff. We have experienced instances several times where we were assured one thing by the principal and staff to find out it was not actually being done as we were told. To put your mind at ease, be prepared to actually pop in and observe. Especially in special classes and lunch. For most kids this is probably an ok school. However, if your child needs even a little special accomodation, be careful since sometimes things seem too good to be true.

- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2009
I have a child that attended Sandpiper elementary and as fantastic I believed that school was, I was completely blown away by North Ranch. The Pre K program, more than prepared my little one, and Ms. Toaspern (teacher for Kinder) -- Well, could not have asked for anyone better! She's fantastic! No experience in working with the principal, but when you have a child that loves to be in school because of the envirmonment and the teacher, there usually isn't a need to be in the Principal's office.. ;) Here comes 1st grade!!

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 11, 2009
We have both of our daughters at North Ranch and couldn't be more pleased with how involved the principal is in their education. Dr. Hartley is very open to talk to and easy to get on her calendar. We love North Ranch.

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2009
A community is where people take care of each other; a concept never forgotten within the education at North Ranch. Children are supported, nurtured, and educated with a surety that gives them the confidence to move forward in a positive direction. A goal met through a community of staff that work together and support each other with unconditional consistency. A+ and then some!

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2009
We have had an amazing experience at North Ranch Elementary School. We have two children who have thoroughly enjoyed their teachers and we have been more than pleased with the academics, teacher involvement with the parents, and the overall feel of the school and adminstration.

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2009
Dont be fooled! This is not an A+ school anymore! The principal is not approachable. She ignores the kids when she passes them and fills the parents with false securities. This principal does not have the best interest of the children at heart. The school preaches compassion however this principal lacks it! There are a few good teachers and a wonderful PTA that try to make up for the school's shortcomings. Education is ok if your child has a good teacher and wonderful honors teacher! Enrollement is going down in this school for a reason...

- submitted by a parent
March 25, 2009
We have been pleased with North Ranch. Good teachers, good parent involvement, good principal.

- submitted by a parent
February 21, 2009
I must say, I took my son out of North Ranch, and placed him in the Madison School District. There is a huge difference. North Ranch is a great school, but as for activities, such as music, clubs, after care, spanish, oh my god, they have spanish classes at Madison! and sports, North Ranch doesnt have as much to offer, in that sense.

- submitted by a parent
February 19, 2009
We just moved to Scottsdale. Before purchasing our house I met with Dr. Hartley, the principal, and took a tour of the school. I was very impressed with the school's philosophy of educating the whole child, making them responsible learners and members of a community. My son has settled in and we are all even more thrilled with North Ranch. We were paying for private enducation and now realize that does make it better. The type of work the kids do is not 'busy work' it makes them think. My son comes home talking about the science projects and what composers they were listening to. The children are also so respectful of each other. I don't see the the grabbing and goofing around that never ends well. It is an amazing school.

- submitted by a parent
October 20, 2008
It amazes me how people blame a school and are not able to look at what their child really is. Yes, some east coast schools are very advanced. North Ranch is subject to evaluation on a nationally comparative venue with Terra Nova and AIMS testing. Take a look! See how it compares. I am looking for it all, not just superior academics. I think North Ranch offers a 'whole' education. It advances all students no matter what end of the spectrum they fall into. I think both working parents and stay at home parents enjoy so many opportunities to be involved in their students class. But, they have to take the personal responsibility and choose to be involved.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 30, 2008
As far as after school activities, the school does offer quite a bit. Yes it seems that it comes from an outside source but in fact, the programs offered are 'through' the district. By this I mean that the funds are taken care of by a department within the district and not through the school itself. But they are offered by the school and are approved by the school council on a monthly basis. As far as being behind, in fact North Ranch is the school that leads all of the technology in the district. So if you are going to complain, it should be about the district because North Ranch is the school that pilots the majority of the newest programs offered in education. As far as communication, the policy of 'paperless' has gone into act this past year, but if needed paper copies of all correspondence are available.

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2008
I guess if you are happy with your childs school being way behind the rest of the country then by all means stay. Its an absolute disaster of a school. I am sure for AZ this school is fine, however if you move out of state your are in trouble. That is a fact. I know because we did and are in trouble. As far as extraa activities, some of the ones you mentioned below are NOT part of the school, they are things you can sign up for outside the school. The music program is not great, and again unless you are a stay at home mom and have all day to hang around the school you are not included in things. The school is under par as the last post states

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2008
No extra activities? I assume you mean other than Student Council, Homework Club, GenYes, Dance classes, Music classes, Chess, Talent Show, Spring Carnival, After-school Sports, Art Club, etc? Worst communication? I'm sure you have experience with all 32 schools, but personally, I have always had no problem communicating with my kids' teachers via email or in person. We also receive numerous flyers, written communication and PTA emails in addition to having access to the website which includes online grades. The school also sends out a recorded phone message to remind parents of issues such as early release days. Your comment about stressed teachers is laughable. Possibly you are the cause of their stress? I have also heard very good things about Desert Springs and if I were unhappy with North Ranch, I would certainly make the 1/2 mile trip to get my kids to Desert Springs.

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2008
No extra activities? I assume you mean other than Student Council, Homework Club, GenYes, Dance classes, Music classes, Chess, Talent Show, Spring Carnival, After-school Sports, Art Club, etc? Worst communication? I'm sure you have experience with all 32 schools, but personally, I have always had no problem communicating with my kids' teachers via email or in person. We also receive numerous flyers, written communication and PTA emails in addition to having access to the website which includes online grades. The school also sends out a recorded phone message to remind parents of issues such as early release days. Your comment about stressed teachers is laughable. Possibly you are the cause of their stress? I have also heard very good things about Desert Springs and if I were unhappy with North Ranch, I would certainly make the 1/2 mile trip to get my kids to Desert Springs.

- submitted by a parent
August 28, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
no rating July 25, 2008
North Ranch has been a wonderful place for both my boys. We've been at North Ranch for over 11 years and it's a 'big city'/'small town' feel. Great Principal and teachers! PTA does above and beyond. Parents can get involved in many different ways at North Ranch. A+ in our book!

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June 28, 2008
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June 28, 2008
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April 16, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
March 26, 2008
This is a wonderful school. The principal is very dedicated and cares, which really shows. Their uniquely gifted program is outstanding. A+++++

- submitted by a parent
March 13, 2008
Very overcrowded classes. No art or music most of the year. No budget for supplies or help for stressed out teachers. No one pays attention to if the children are learning or not. My child has learned only what we do at home.

- submitted by a parent
October 22, 2007
I put my daughter here for extra reading help and she got that but did not progress in anything else that year. Large classes, curriculum is in desperate need of overhaul. Parking is a problem

- submitted by a parent
August 28, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2007
this is my son's second year at north ranch, and our family coul not be happier with the education and extra help that he receives!! his teachers are well educated, and are wiling to go the extra one, or ten miles to see that he succeeds in all of his endeavors. the uniquely gifted program has turned my childs' life around. he has self esteem, an enjoys the challenges that are placed before him. his teachers are patient, kind, and care about all of their students. keep up the amazing work, North Ranch!!!

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 24, 2007
My daughter has learning challenges and this school has been a God send. They tested her and got her the help she needs to succeed. Her teacher, the principal and the special ed team have been patient and willing to do whatever it takes.

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2007
Little to no communication with parents who want to be kept involved in their child's educational development.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2007
For children who are bright but not highly gifted, this school is not recommended. No effort was made to challenge my kids at their level. The teachers were quite content with kids who did good work and made no trouble.

- submitted by a parent
April 22, 2007
This school saved my sons life. We came from a highly recommended Charter School that whittled his self esteem and confidence down to almost nothing. Once enrolled North Ranch pulled out all the stops for my son. He came from a school where the administration and staff screamed at him on a daily basis. Most days he would sit in the corner of the classroom crying completely ignored. Within one week at North Ranch my son was given an aide, was treated with dignity and respect and given the necessary support from administration and staff to be a regular participant in class. They truly love their students! One of my happiest days was seeing my son hug the principal telling her this is the best school ever! I cried. We are truly blessed to be part of this school.

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2006
Outstanding school! Great Principal in Dr. Sarah Hartley. Excellent PTA. The Uniquely Gifted program also excellent.

- submitted by a administrator
May 09, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
May 05, 2006
Unfortanately, my child was only there for two years. What a great school! The principal is aware and the teachers are top notch. Dr. Hartly runs a tight ship! As long as she is in charge I would not question sending my other two children there when the time comes. This school has been A+ in more ways than one. Thank you for he great experience!

- submitted by a parent
March 10, 2006
My children have had a wonderful experience at North Ranch. This is our second year in attendance. My kids were formerly enrolled in a charter school, where they were highly challenged daily. I am pleased with how they have been academically challenged at North Ranch.

- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2006
I am very grateful for the energy and expertise of the teachers and personnel at North Ranch Elementary School. I wish I had more time to get myself involved. We have our child in a few extracurricular activities, and I believe they have added another level to our childs outlook and knowledge. I would like to know more about the safety and discipline aspect of North Ranch, particulary a child (other) that acts out(verbal/physical) towards other children and adults. Specifically what are the steps to follow, and who do you ask?

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2006
North Ranch provides most students with a solid learning environment. Could use some fine tuning in all areas listed. Steadily improving due to diligence at all levels.

- submitted by a parent
December 13, 2005
The school has quality teachers. It's a great school for the average student who wants a decent education. It does not meet the needs of excelling students, nor does it push the student body far enough. There is extreme cliquishness and favoritism among parents, teachers, and administration. Information transfer is spotty, depending on if you are 'in the know' or not. Out of 500+ students, PTA attendance averages less than 20 parents. There is no sense of community at North Ranch. It is a decent public school, but it has some problems.

- submitted by a parent
November 05, 2005
North Ranch is an EXCELLENT school. They have been rated A+ and it shows in every way. They have a rigerous curriculum but make sure each student learns the concepts. It is an extremely friendly school. The teachers, principal, and office staff have been very receptive to our needs. We are an open enrolled family and I don't mind the drive because I know my children get what they need both educationally and emotionally at North Ranch. They live up to their mission providing top quality learning with a compassionate heart.

- submitted by a parent
October 31, 2005
My daughter attended Kindergarten there and she loved it. The teachers were wonderful and the communication was great!

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October 27, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2005
It's truly an A+ school in all ways. My daughter has attended since 1st grade, she is in 5th grade now and I have found the teachers to be excellent, the principal a great leader, and the parents very active. I don't think you could find a better school. My daughter has received an outstanding education. We love North Ranch!

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2005
Overall, I am happy with North Ranch. I do feel there is a small danger of my child getting sort of lost in the mix. Class size is on the larger side and already they have missed a couple key things in their review of my child. Academics could be a bit stronger, however, everything else is satisfactory. The level of parent involvement is encouraged and solicited.

- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2005
I found North Ranch to be a school that cares about your child's ability to learn at any level. I am a witness that it is not easy to send your little ones off to 'strangers' but by God's Grace I have been comfortable with the staff . North Ranch is a great school to send any little one. I've had my experience with private schooling before North Ranch and I must say by far, which is surprising to me, I was more please with North Ranch with my one kid than I was with another one in private schooling. We have so many problems to face just in normal day to day life. I would hate that worrying about our kids in school should be on that list.

- submitted by a parent
April 22, 2005
This school expects to much from the children, they are not supportive and are very negative. There is only 15 min. given for every subject. I took both of my children out and put them into private school because of the principal.

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2005
The school principal is highly involved with making improvements in many aspects of North Ranch including the physical grounds of the school, teacher training, being visible and available for the children, attending PTA events, facilitating community service projects, and being innovative and open to piloting new programs for PV District. I'm happy to see North Ranch progressively moving forward rather than stagnating. Test scores are solidly good at this school. Teachers and PTA love to include parents in just about any way imaginable.

- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
March 09, 2005
The K-3 reading specialist is a tremendous assest to North Ranch. She works very hard to meet the needs of the students and is very available and approachable. Thanks to her collaborative efforts with my child's teacher and I, my child can be more successful in school. North Ranch is a great school where teachers and parents work together, so children will have the best outcome.

- submitted by a parent
February 10, 2005
Good school great parental involvement the best I have ever seen. Some bully issues. Great academic programs and after school programs

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July 22, 2004
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May 07, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2004
I am very pleased with North Ranch. My son is a first grader and I am so grateful to his teacher, Mrs. Bowen, for her communication, teaching, and understanding this year. From Dr. Hartley's hands-on approach to school/parent issues to the administrative staff's efficiency and friendliness, I couldn't be more pleased. These people care!

- submitted by a parent
May 02, 2004
North Ranch is a great school with a lot of Principal, teacher and parent support. Many activities are provided for the students and parents are highly encouraged and given every opportunity to get involved with the school. If you live in Northeast Phoenix, I highly recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2004
North Ranch is a great school. We have great parent involvement, strong PTA leadership and the teachers are there 110 percent for the kids. The principal is caring and supportive of the children, parents and teachers. She takes great pride in being a part of North Ranch.

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April 27, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2004
I have 2 children at North Rach Elementary. They are in Kindergarten and 3rd grade. Both of my children have had a great school year. They love the teachers and have been excited about learning.

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2003
North Ranch is an excellent school. The principal is approachable and always listens. The teachers are experienced, caring, and provide a top-notch education to each student. Safety is an obvious focus. All students in 3rd and 5th grades have Palms and the teachers use them for assessing the students. Parent involvement is encouraged. North Ranch is a great school.

- submitted by a parent
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North Ranch Elementary School
16406 N. 61st Place, Scottsdale, AZ  85254
(602) 449-6400
Last modified North Ranch Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades PK-6. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 9 out of 10 based on academic quality.
North Ranch Elementary School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 75 reviews. Top