My daughter had a great experience at Zuni Hills. The 7th and 8th grade teachers are awesome. Mr. Sulch, Mrs. Steele, Mrs. Gorman, Mrs. Kwant, Ms. Hill and Mrs. Kluyt( Mrs. Weimar too-and many more I cannot remember!) have all worked hard to get my daughter ready for high school.
Zuni Hills is a great place to work and to learn! It has highly qualified teachers who always try to do their best to help the students be successful. There are many things that are happening at the school like Character Assemblies, a Read-A-Thon, Donuts with Dad, Muffins with Mom, Daddy/Daughter Dance, STEM Night (science), and much more. Many parents volunteer at the school and help with coping paper, reading with students, testing, helping with field trips and class parties. The administration is amazing. This is our best year yet!
My son is in 4th grade and this is his first year at Zuni Hills. So far we have had great experiences and interactions with the school and staff. His teacher is very responsive and the principal has great energy and passion around the school.
My son has had the best experience of his academic life here at Zuni Hills. Despite having learning difficulties, he is working above grade level in reading and working at grade level in math. He is a happier student with more confidence. Their arts programs are inclusive and accessible to every student and their community involvement activities are awesome. We couldn't have asked for better teachers and staff! Their front office employees are ALWAYS smiling, kind, and helpful! We are PROUD to be Grizzlies and happy to be making this our BEST YEAR EVER!
The teachers at Zuni Hills go above and beyond for their students, ensuring they remember to fill out their daily agendas, have the remediation and enrichment they need to be successful, and emotionally support students to the best of their abilities.
My kids have been going to Zuni since kindergarten. To start off the front office ladies are rude. I get you have to deal with hundreds of kids but they are always nasty to them... Unless of course your parent brings them Starbucks. The principal doesn't care about the quality of education the kids get. There are very few teachers that actually care enough to teach. We are finally going to leave because so tired of dealing with the school and staff.