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Scottsdale, AZ
Students enrolled: 784

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7525 E. Grayhawk Dr.
Scottsdale, AZ 85255

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October 22, 2014
There is a reason the enrollment numbers are down...besides the total lack of leadership, where the leadership will listen to parent concerns but do nothing about them, the reason enrollment is down is because the two ladies at the front desk are cold and unfriendly, unprofessional and have been give way too much power by the leadership. It's hard to believe that one in particular is the "greeter" for the school with her bitter and unhappy personality.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2014
This school has gone down hill since the old principal left. There are still some amazing teachers but they are few and far between. Ever since the new leadership, or should I say lack of leadership, amazing teachers have left the school. There used to be strong cores of amazing teachers within a grade level - that is no more. The current leadership will listen to your concerns but do nothing about them. If your kid is considered "gifted" take them elsewhere. There's been a change in Honors and it's not for the better. It's so sad to see a school deteriorate.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2014
If you are looking for a public school that provides your child with a solid education Grayhawk is it! We have had four children at Grayhawk and they have all been successful despite varying needs and abilities. The teachers are caring and willing to reach out extra to meet a child's needs. In addition there is a fantastic strings, band and choir program. The leadership is responsive and appropriate when problems have arisen. No school is perfect but Grayhawk is a very solid choice!

- submitted by a parent
January 24, 2014
I agree with comments other parents made...this school is in a downhill spiral since the long term principal left. This is my second child in the fourth grade and our teacher does not communicate with parents. Grayhawk is touting they are a technology school and this grade does not use there websites, they do not communicate homework clearly, they do not send newsletters to parents. At any given time I know more about what is going on in the PTO than in my child's own classroom. There are no parent volunteers in this grade and the parents are kept out of the classroom. I know people chose this school because it rates highly on rankings but there is nothing special about this school. I am not impressed.

- submitted by a parent
December 05, 2013
a lot better than pinnacle peak, which is one of the worst schools ever, this is an extremely good school expect for Assistant Principle Miss Sherwood, who is WAY over protective

- submitted by a community member
November 28, 2013
Grayhawk continues to be a great school!! This is our 7th year there.We have 2 children there currently. All of our teachers have always sent out weekly updates on what the children are learning, we also receive info. throughout the week via email. I have 1 child in the gifted honors program, as well as one child with a learning disability. Both my children receive a lot of attention for their very different needs. Whenever I have asked to meet with any of the educators they have always made time to meet with me. Sure Mr. Heimstra was great, but Mr. Pratt is as well. He is very involved and cares very much about the school, the kids, and the families' concerns. Unfortunately it only takes a couple of people to cast a very long shadow on a good light.(BTW-I see many reviews with a lot of typo's-LOL). We really like the families and kids at Grayhawk. We moved to Scottsdale from a very progressive east coast city and have been happy with the "down to earth" families we have met here, many who are new to the state as well.

- submitted by a parent
November 01, 2013
I agree with the last post completely! This school was once amazing, until Mr. Hiemstra left a couple of years ago. It is so sad that a school of such high calibre was left in the hands of really poor leadership. The school has gone so downhill, the proof is in the the low enrollment numbers. The only good thing left at that school is the PTO!

- submitted by a parent
November 01, 2013
I disagree with the previous posts. We moved from another school this year and so far we can tell our son has improved a lot. In the first quarter we have seen good changes on our child. There will always be things that parents don't approve about school. Nothing is perfect but we are more than happy with the school. Especially after moving from an expensive private school where we didn't achieve as much as we have here so far.

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2013
The teachers are very caring and my son enjoys going to school every day. I can see how much my first grader has learn is great!

- submitted by a parent
July 30, 2013
This school has good academics, very poor communication on the teacher's part, the principal is useless, he'll make promises but not follow through! The duty aids treat the kids like inmates to where my kid is scared of them, and it's a good kid! There is no communication as to what they are learning in class... so if you want to help your kid you'll just have to guess! Positives: PTO does bring money to facilitate more programs, field trips, books, etc.

- submitted by a parent
June 27, 2013
I put my oldest into Kindergarten at Grayhawk. Extreme lack of duty aides, the teachers seem disinterested and push for the students that give them the test scores they want. Kindergarten averages about 20 kids per class while the upper grades have 40 or more! The office staff was friendly and I am actually sad to part ways with the administration but do not care to see another one of their teachers again. My sons teacher actually emailed parents asking for what parents wanted to earn "brown nosing points" for volunteering. I could not agree more with previous posts that the money begging is excessive (more than my other child's private school ever begged for). I never have a problem spending money on my child's education but when it comes to holding a whose parent spends the most on school staff I get annoyed. Also huge lack of communication. Parent class helpers were always chosen by the teacher who played favorites. I feel like I spent more time teaching my son concepts he should have learned in class instead of playing 4 times throughout the schooldays. Also found it inappropriate that one upper grade teacher was able to wear short sleeve shirts that showed his tats.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2013
My daughter has been in this school for 4 years and we about to switch. The change in leadership is striking, with many experienced teachers now looking to retire or move on. I don't know about the specifics of why, but it seems more than random retirements and certainly makes you wonder. Over the 4 y, there is progressively less communication coming from teachers and administration, with some significant decisions being made with little or no parental input, or at least none that they have solicited from me. Perhaps if I were one of the parents who was at the school frequently it would be different, but we are both career professionals. Nonetheless it shouldn't alter our opportunity to weigh in. My child also endured some hurtful bullying at the end of last year that was completely invisible to her teacher and staff, which is amazing to me, so nothing was done. I agree with excessive $ solicitation- even teacher appreciation week is now a week of catered lunch, flower bouquets, etc. Can't help but think it's about creating a favorite. We thought the school was amazing early on but believe it's just run it's course.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2013
I think Grayhawk is a fantastic school. I feel like the teachers and administrators are constantly looking for ways to improve things for the students. I have always felt heard, and when I reach out to a teacher or staff member I always receive a timely response. I disagree with the Oct 25th comments about requests for money. With state funding as it is, much of the extras that make our school great are actually paid for with funds raised by the PTO. I never feel pressured to participate in the fundraising efforts, and in fact this past year there has been very little fundraising going on. The PTO also sponsors several free family events that have been a huge hit with my kids. We love Grayhawk, and I feel fortunate that I have such a great school for my kids.

- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2012
Grayhawk is a good school....not great! We moved last year from another state which my child went to a great school-so I know what makes a great school. The positive is the academics. The negative they always want money from you. They hold an auction and ask that you donate iPads and other expencive gifts as there example. There PTO holds events and always run out of what they are selling. There fall festival is $25 per child and is lame! Anyone can walk into the school at anytime and are not questioned as to who they are and where they are going. Right now there is a huge LICE breakout. The nurse has not keep up on checking classes. The communication is horrible!

- submitted by a parent
September 27, 2012
I am very disappointed in the change of leadership at this school. It's sad to see it go downhill in such a short period of time.Some of the best teachers and aides did not come back this year. It's unorganized and the new principal doesn't seem to want to handle important issues. He makes promises to parents and students then doesn't fulfill them.

- submitted by a parent
December 03, 2011
Leadership at this school was essential. What you see on the outside is not always indicative as to what's going on on the inside. Inappropriate remarks covering a variety of "genres" should never be made by "leadership."

- submitted by a community member
November 06, 2010
Both ny niece & nephew have attended Grayhawk, my nephew is still attending. The principal is the best I've meet & I've meet a lot of principals.

- submitted by a community member
April 19, 2010
My child has not been there very long but I already want to move back to the Scottsdale schools which are much warmer, friendlier and while they have rules to follow they don't feel like a prison camp like Grayhawk does. When I see my child during lunch, I'm even nervous being there!! It's so rigid and I believe it's probably time to get a younger principal who actually knows how things should run and how kids should be treated in the 2000's. They might be excelling, but there is a lot of pressure to get them there, I'm sure just for the funding. Not a community feeling type school at all compared to Scottsdale school district. that one is top notch!!

- submitted by a parent
March 06, 2010
I have been a parent at Grayhawk Elementary for five years now. Two of my children attend. I am blown away at the high expectations that are set by the staff, for the students. Don Hiemstra is involved and takes an active roll in maintaining a great environment for the kids and staff. The teachers my children have had, are kind, caring, dedicated & respectful. I have seen many parents leave to attend charter or private schools and end up coming right back because they don't realize how awesome this school is until they experience other schools. Why would any parent leave a wonderfully run school to go to a charter or private school where teachers don't even have to hold a teaching certificate!? That's crazy! All the teachers at Grayhawk are highly qualified. It's the best!

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January 31, 2010
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December 10, 2009
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- submitted by a student
October 24, 2009
Most of the teachers love what they do and want to help the children learn.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 27, 2009
We have lived in the area for about 10 years. We don't have any kids in school today, because they have all moved onto other grade levels. Our experience's at Greyhawk go beyond our expectations. The principal, Don Hiemstra, is very much involved with the students and teachers. Our family has experienced 'exceptional' help from teachers and aids. They have been wonderful people. I have been told that many teachers will loose their jobs next fall. If this is true and you have children at Greyhawk, it's time for you to 'speak out'. My concern/yours should be centered around the teachers/students ratio. From talk amongst neighbors, we have heard that the numbers will approach/surpass 30 students/classroom: this should concern every parent. I don't know what you will do, but you need to respond and take action.

- submitted by a community member
January 12, 2009
This is a wonderful school. It has extra activities such as spanish, choir and many others. The staff is also committed to teaching your children. Over all this is an excelling school.

- submitted by a parent
December 29, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2008
Over-rated! I agree whole-heartedly with the Sept 7 posting. Teachers need a more modest dress code so they don't become a distraction to learning.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 07, 2008
If you want to attend a school where the principal is full of it, then this is the school for you. He tells you what you want to hear and then does nothing about it. I had my 2 daughters at Grayhawk for a year and pulled them and put them into a private school. There are so many children in the classroom I don't know how they learn anything. My girls would cry every morning and not want to go to school. Now they love school and want to attend on the weekends. Would not recommend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
August 27, 2008
Wonderful teachers, but with little interaction with the parents. The principal has lost sight of what the school once was. Great curriculum for gifted students. This school forgets it is a public school and tries to be private. Definite favoritism towards the 'in' parents and the PTO does NOT have the interests of its entire student body at heart, only their own.

- submitted by a parent
July 26, 2008
My daughter attends this school with wonderful teachers, an awsome Principle and rich Core Knowledge method of teaching. The Principle is a dynamic indivdual with a true passion for educating children. I have never encouter a leader who is more in the forefront of his orgazination than MR. Heimstra. He is always present making the children and parents feel welcome. Additionally, he seems to provide wonderful support to the teachers, which all trickles down to a quailty education for our children. I am yet to encounter a teacher who is not enthusastic about his/her role in the school. We love the award winning Core Knowledge. It provides exceptionally rich knowledge to the children. We are always blown away with how excited our daughter is to learn new things in her school.

- submitted by a parent
March 26, 2008
I have 2 children that attend this school for 4 years now. I am getting more disappointed in the school as the years go on. My children are having a difficult time socializing at this school and have made no solid friends in 4 years. They are told to work harder and are paid by the teacher with treats, candy, gum and pretend money. As if they are employees of a business not a school. My children are very bright and gifted. They get high marks on all there work, tests and report cards. They are looking for praise for there efforts. I expect the school would treat them with more respect. This school will one day have students saying I won't read the book or do the homework unless you pay us. Is this what it is all about at Grayhawk.

- submitted by a parent
March 12, 2008
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- submitted by a student
February 12, 2008
Greyhawk is a wonderful School. Both kids think curriculm is way too easy. We don't live in Grayhawk thus not much interactions with people living in Grayhawk. School will not let kids skip grades either. For a public school, they do a great job. Awsome principal!

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2008
My children have attended Grayhawk for four years now. We have been very impressed with the core knowledge curriculum. The teachers are top notch. The PTO leadership is cold, and even abrasive. On a more positive note, though, there are plenty of parents there who are friendly and don't fall into the previous category.

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 19, 2007
I've been very displeased with Grayhawk. The classrooms are very crowded and the teachers are very distant unless your their favorite. Favortism is very apparent in this school. Children that are average fall through the cracks because the teachers throw so much info at them all at once. The ciriculum is very excellerated and I don't feel the children really absorbe it all.

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 28, 2007
My daughter has been attending for five years. Good school overall if you live in the area and are socially involved. The school is community based so most prominent parents have the money to live and be active in the community. Almost run like a private school. The school is not particularly attetive to those students who are in need socially or academically. The teachers are somewhat distant from the parents and do not necessarily give valid feedback unless the parent is one of the prominent influential parents. I think the school is great for wealthy neighborhood residents who can afford and have the time to be involved in the school on a daily basis.

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2007
Awesome school! My child has been attending Grayhawk for 6 years and has made the best friends, learned as much as I could possibly expect and enjoys going to school each and every day. I never hear that he doesn't want to go to school! It has its challenges, which are great for him. He is a very competitive kid, so I know he needs challenge. Kudos to the principal. The women up front are a bit grumpy, but you don't have to talk to them very much, just go to your kid's classroom, you'll be greeted very warmly by any of the teachers there.

- submitted by a parent
August 28, 2007
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- submitted by a community member
May 30, 2007
We moved here in october and my 2 children (1st and 3rd) were extremely challenged at 1st. We came from New Mexico and this school absolutely blows the schools there away academically and otherwise, private ones included. The teachers and principal are top notch, it is very clear that they are extremely well educated and the best I have ever encountered. The higher expense of living in this area is offset by not having to pay for a 'private school' which essentially what this school is, the only 'drawback' of this school is parents must help their children with the homework which is fairly difficult, which suits us just fine.

- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2007
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- submitted by a former student
June 14, 2006
Awesome environment. My daughter attended 6th grade there and did extremely well. They had a wonderful class trip experience going to Catalina Island in California. It was a wonderful school year for her.

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2006
GrayHawk elementay is very nice school with teachers and students. It has family atmosphoere since the most of people are from same community and has huge playground. But when my son was transferred to this school he had hard time to new friends since the most of them started at the same time.

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2006
great staff, reasonable ratios.. graet extracurrirular activities

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2006
We have been 100% happy with this school. We had our daughter in private pre-school and kindergarden and choose to move her here in 1st grade. She has been in the honors program since 3rd grade and has truly excelled. The teachers and staff are top notch. We would highly recommend Grayhawk.

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April 18, 2006
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April 10, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
April 08, 2006
We've attended Grayhawk for 5 years. Although I like the Core Knowledge program I've seen the principal become very single minded and as a result they've lost focus on the basics. Although they make an attempt with the Accelerated Reading program, there is no process to identify kids that may be struggling. My overall experience is that there is very little communication between the teachers and the parents. They refuse to recognize that a student maybe struggling and even worse do nothing to find the proper program to ensure future success. The reading specialists do not communicate adequately. If you have a child that needs extra help, Grayhawk is not the school to consider. Although it is an excelling school, they put a lot of emphasis on getting prepared for these tests and put pressure on the kids to prepare. Grayhawk is not preparing my child for future success.

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April 03, 2006
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March 03, 2006
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February 24, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
February 16, 2006
Great school with great teachers. Effective teaching programs to enhance all levels of knowledge. Core knowledge have worked great with my kids. Highly recommend this school to anybody with children who are in K-6th grade.

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February 06, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2006
Grayhawk is a Godsend. My daughter is in the third grade and has been at Grahawk for three years. The teachers are the best and very well educated and up to date. The leadership is second to none. Parents are involved and committed. I just cannot think of anything negative to say about Grayhawk. I am more concerned about schools after Grayhawk or in the seventh grade. I will not move until my daughter is finished with the school. I am a single mother and find the addtition of the Boys and Girls Club, located nearby, the greatest thing on earth.

- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2006
My daughter has been at Grayhawk for 3 years. I really like the school and the Principal is a star! Mr. Hiemstra takes it to the next level! I have been very pleased with her education up to this point. I am however a bit concerned with the lack of minorities that attend Grayhawk. This is just a recent observation in her daily life there. She is being teased a bit now and is feeling very insecure. I am trying to find a better fit for her at this time. She is also involved in Drama and Theatre outside of school. I wish it was offered there, so she could find kids with the same interests! It is amazing how cliquey 2nd graders can be! I want to emphasize that the education is top notch for a public school. It just isn't working out for us!

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December 27, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
November 16, 2005
My children, currently in 3rd and 1st grade, have been attending since kindergarten. I cannot speak highly enough of the school and the leadership provided by the principal. The Core Knowledge curriculum has been exciting for the kids and fun for me as parent to participate in the projects and special areas. Overall, a very good school.

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November 01, 2005
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November 01, 2005
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October 28, 2005
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September 21, 2005
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September 14, 2005
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September 07, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
September 07, 2005
This school has been very challenging academically for both of my kids, and has given them an amazing thirst for learning. We have been very happy with the quality of education, and every teacher we've had has been great. The teachers are very happy with their work environment, because of the leaderhip of Principal Don Heimstra. It shows every day with the teachers attitudes and enthusiasm for their jobs. This school has given our kids a great base of education for the future. Can't say one negative thing!

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2005
Grayhawk is a wonderful overall school experience!

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August 10, 2005
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August 05, 2005
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July 29, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
July 15, 2005
The quality of the prgrams are great. I love the core knowledge program...the children really to rise to the occassion. I do wish this school as well as others had more year long access to extracarricular activities. like Art and Music which is split up...one each semester. I do like the potential parent involvement and the activities the school holds that are feasible for all to enjoy. The teachers also keep the school open to parents and easygoing about campus visits...not all schools do.

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July 15, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
July 03, 2005
Excellent school. Wonderful teacher experience and principal is very hands on. Great 'specials'. Lots of parent involvement. Should reduce class/school size though.

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June 20, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
June 19, 2005
Our family loved this school. They use the 'Core Knowledge' corriculumn as their foundation. The school spells out what your child is expected to learn, by grade. The curriculmn is made interesting by intergrating subjects such as Greek Mythology, Western Expansion, the Roman Empire into writting projects, art projects, spelling words, and mathmatics. You have never seen kids so interested. They know if one month they are covering 'important inventors' and it's not interesting to them, the next month will be China. Some teachers, end modules with parties that celebrate the food & cultures of what they're studying. Not only did my kids learn, I learned. The principal is totally ingaged. He knows whats going on and handles discipline appropriately. Parents are everywhere!! The teachers couldn't teach these subjects without the help of an army of parents. I can't say enough about this school.

- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2005
Grayhawk is a wonderful school their core knowlede has been very successful for all grades.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2005
The curriculum is very focused on Core Knowledge, level of education is very high, can be overwhelming to some kids, homework load is fair, reading is an other very strong focus with frequent reports due. My son is in 3rd grade and he has had 1 research project per quarter and has had to do 3 class presentations, two of which had to be memorized.

- submitted by a parent
May 10, 2005
Our sixth grader just returned from the Catalina Island Marine Institute trip, which is an annual event for all sixth graders and a real high point just before graduation to Middle School. We have been very pleased with the Core Knowledge curriculum at Grayhawk, the quality of the teachers and the Principal. Our daughter has benefited from the academic rigor here.

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2005
This school has good test scores. The approach of the teachers encountered is militant and striving for perfection, which may not be bad if the approach is correct. In one case, the student received a score of 95 out of a possible 100. The only comments received were negative, you need to improve this and you need to improve that. Not the encouragement of succeeding or praise. The principal doesn't provide positive leadership. He can be demeaning to teachers and staff. One teacher encountered was quite positive and supportive of the students. She created a fun learning environment. She is no longer at the school, not liking the environment and sought other opportunities. This all seems contrary to the success they realize in test scores, but test scores should be influenced by the parents as much as the school. The area of Grayhawk has well educated parents.

- submitted by a parent
April 16, 2005
A wonderful school and we are blessed wth a great first grade teacher, Mrs. Pierson and great Principal. The only problem is there are too many students and the 27 student to one teacher ration is insane, I do not care how good the teacher is. Lunch and recess is too unsupervised with one or two people for over 100 children per grade. My daughter is not doing well socially or with this lack of attention in first grade but some children may be okay in this public school atmosphere. As far as public schools go I am sure it is on of the best.

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April 04, 2005
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- submitted by a former student
April 01, 2005
Overall, I have to say that my granddaughter has had a wonderful experience. She is in first grade and Mrs. Pierson does a great job. My only problem is, there are too many kids (27) in her class. No teacher, no matter how good, can give each child the time necessary to teach them as well as they should be.

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February 07, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2005
We attended a private school before Grayhawk. I've got to say, that my children are getting a much better education here. The Core Knowledge Curriculum is wonderful and they are being challenged in a nurtering safe environment. The Principal is so involved and is absolutely wonderful!! Parents are also very involved. I wish I would have started my children here instead of wasting my money at the private school nearby.

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February 01, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2005
Grayhawk Elementary has been a great school for my two kids since 1997. The core knowledge curriculum is a lot of work for teachers, but it is delivered in a wonderful and engaging way for the students. All of the teachers are dedicated and many are studying for advanced degrees. There is a great level of parent involvement. There is an art masterpiece program, a band program, chorus, and p.e. I've been really happy with the school.

- submitted by a parent
August 03, 2004
Grayhawk Elementary is a school where kids are encouraged to do their personal best. The teachers are willing to work one-on-one with children. I am slightly disappointed in the hours.

- submitted by a parent
July 26, 2004
Great School! Teachers are excellent and very caring.

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July 24, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2004
Excellent programs, more like a private school. Boys/Girls club picks up here. Love it!

- submitted by a parent
April 06, 2004
More like a private school than public. A winner, you can't go wrong. Adding the Boys/Girls club nearby makes it so convenient. Programs and teachers are a+. New and clean.

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September 19, 2003
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Grayhawk Elementary School
7525 E. Grayhawk Dr., Scottsdale, AZ  85255
(602) 449-6600
Last modified Grayhawk Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades PK-6. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 10 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Grayhawk Elementary School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 88 reviews. Top