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5245 North Camino De Oeste
Tucson, AZ 85745

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October 30, 2014
Accelerated is the right name of this school. This school encourages and accelerates kids based on their capabilities, INDIVIDUALLY. Every kid will have different set of worksheets based on their progress. My kids are in this school from Pre-school. ALL has advanced program in Math, Science, Geography, Vocabulary, Anatomy, etc. Other schools (i.e. Sonoran Academy of Science and BASIS) give math program one grade higher than the kid grade (i.e. 1st grader kid gets 2nd grade math equivalent). ALL 1st grader can get as high as the kid can possibly advance. Limitless, Boundariless. Does this school suitable for every kids/parents??? Again, you will get the most benefit out of this school if your kids can catch up with this revolutionary system. Parents involvement with kids will help to propel your kids. Again!!! This school will encourage the kids to progress as far as they can. Their system, except for preschooler, kids are arranged in class based on their academic and social capabilities. A class can consist 1st,2nd, 4th and 5th graders. Worry with the ages different? Do not. I was, but after involving ourselves, you will find it amazing how those age differences works nicely.

- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2014
My son started in K and it has been great. The teachers really care and want them to succeed. They expect accountability from the students as well as the teachers. Each student excels based on what they can handle. No one is left behind and they are expected to master subjects not just get a grade. My son has really learned and is far above what they are teaching in public school. I am so glad that I found this school for my son and feel that it will really prepare him for life. A great big gold star for the staff and teachers. They honestly care and spend the time with all the students to ensure success. This school does require parent participation in order for the student to succeed. You have to actively be involved with their homework (about a half hour) every night. The children that have the most problems with this school are the ones where their parents are not involved and have no idea what they are learning. I would recommend this school to every child whether they are a quick learner or a slow learner. Both types will succeed.

- submitted by a parent
November 04, 2013
My son is a Senior this year. He has gone to ALL since 1st grade. This has been a great school for him. No school is perfect, but ALL gets high marks from me in all the areas that really count. The core faculty and leadership take a personal interest in the students and are willing to invest long hours to ensure they receive the help they need with Science Olympiad, AP and SAT prep, navigating the college application process and their schoolwork. According to our experience, if a teacher is not invested in the students or does not meet quality standards, he or she is not kept on staff. Likewise, students are held to high academic and behavioral standards. Inappropriate behavior is addressed properly and promptly to ensure a positive environment where children can thrive. My son has had a wonderful academic career in a safe, respectful environment. I deeply appreciate the staff at ALL. I am very thankful for the exceptional education, mentoring and support my son has received. Soon, he will be headed for college, but like other ALL alumni, I'm sure he will stay in touch with the staff and find a way to contribute to the school's on-going success.

- submitted by a parent
August 23, 2013
ALL has been a great school for both my kids. They are excelling at their own pace, and are both far more advanced than their public school friends. The school has added a lot of activities this year, including band, a school garden, cheer leading, and Italian ! Our family wants our kids to go here until 12 grade.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2013
Both my children have been attending this school for the past 3 years. My son started in their pre-school program and my daughter started in the 5th grade. This is the BEST place for my kids. The school is comprised of 3 buildings; Pre-school, elementary, and secondary. There are about 200 kids in all that attend the school. All the kids know each other and support each other in their efforts. The teachers and administrators all go the extra mile to make sure the kids really LEARN the material. The teachers stay late, skip lunch, and attend extra-cirricular activities to support the kids. They give 1 on 1 instruction and encourage the older kids to mentor and tutor the younger kids. There are no cliques, bullying is not tolerated, and the quality of the education is fantastic! My daughter is involved in EVERYTHING. She is on student council, involved in Science Olympiad, and participates in the Chinese Exchange program. I could not ask for a better place to send my children to school. I am truly grateful for the administrators, teachers, and student body that educate and encourage my children everyday.

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2013
This school has potential to be really great but lacks consistency & structure. There is a lot of turnover too so this ended up not being a good fit for our family.

- submitted by a parent
May 15, 2012
This school is fantastic. For this school to be a good fit, your child must exhibit a strong desire to learn and be highly motivated. The school teaches to the level of the student, not the lowest common denominator. The school expects studious behavior from the children and rewards the children with dedication and unlimited involvement. The best school in Tucson if your child wants to learn.

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2011
My son finished his first year in this school but does not return next year. The first grade and kindergarten teachers are very good. But the school has some problems to be solved. Safety is the first, children play in the playground and no have any kind of fence to protect them from going outside the area. Cleanliness is the second, many children develop asthma, brinquitis, pneumonia and strep throat during the past year in school, the school would not listen to parents and some parents had to clean their child's classroom because the school does not heeded the complaints. The backpacks and lunchboxes are thrown around the yard and in the halls you can not walk because they are all lying on the floor. The only thing that consentran is that the child memorize math and geography, have no interest in that child has a class reading or writing and that many are far behind many children and parents have to pay tutors to teach them to read and write. On the other hand the administration and you will never see the person who is to replace the principal has no education in human relations. Only known shout, to make people feel bad and that includes students.

- submitted by a parent
May 26, 2011
I have two Boys in this school. I love the accountability that they put on the kids they are great partners with parents. This is not a school for parents that want to let there kids just get by. Although there is a lot of memorization when the kids get to upper levels of work they have got to know what they have learned. The school doesn't hide the fact that they are a curriculum based school nor do they promise Art projects. The reason why the kids come home on the dirty side is because they allow them to play like kids. I have sat through recess many times watching the different grades interact and play well together. They dig in the rocks search out bugs and many other things including kick ball. The kids play hard because they work hard. My 2nd grader that was coming from another school extremely behind in all subjects has really shined at this school. He is responding very well to the accountability and knows that hard work pays off. I'm proud to say that my kids go to this school. It was an adjustment at first for homework but now we have our schedule and it works well. I'm excited to continue with this school next year and many more years.

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2011
This school is not as great as many people think it is. I gave it two stars because my child did learn something. She learned how to memorize! Kids get one sheet with several math problems and they work on that sheet until they can "Master ' it. I say "Memorize" it. They also get these sheets for Geography. Now they have implemented a new requirement for children, regardless of grade. They must "Memorize" three of those sheets in a week in order to get an "A" grade. As a parent, get ready to work your rear off, after work, helping your child "Memorize" these sheets. Also, this scholl is very dirty! it seems like more and more kids are having respiratory issues like bronchitris and asthma. Kids are always sick in this school. They need to work on cleanliness in this school. Book bags and jackets are just thrown on the classroom floor because there is no where else to store them. This school seems to be more concerned with numbers than with the children. I will be rescuing my child from this "School". She will not return for 2011-2012.

- submitted by a parent
July 20, 2010
Much of the homework in the grade school consists of a 20 question sheet and an answer key. No study materials, no books, and no explanation of the answers. So, the easiest thing for the student to do is memorize the answer key answers without even looking at the questions. This homework is also the chapter test. They pass and move to the next level without having a real understanding of what they just tested for and passed. If only the tests were different from the answer keys that the students are given to memorize, some real learning might take place. Why not make that one simple change? It would make all the difference in the way the students study and learn the math and geography lessons. They would have to grasp the concepts and utilize them rather than just memorize answers in order. A Dissapointed Parent.

- submitted by a parent
June 16, 2010
My daughter has just finished K. at ALL First of all, I do want to say that her teacher is SUPER. If it weren't for her, I don't know... The curriculum puts way too much emphasis on rote memorization of worthless data and there seems to be little creative thinking going on. I regret that there is no art or music taught and the days are too long, especially for Kindergarten. Despite all this I think that my daughter did well this year and did learn a lot. However, I think this is due entirely to her excellent teacher and parental involvement. Without homework help she would not have done well. Also, I agree that there is lack of supervision, and for this reason I attended all field trips and swimming. I think this school can work for a child, but it definitely takes a lot of parent involvement.

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no rating July 20, 2009
Parents, I encourage you to really do you homework when selecting a school for your children. ALL is more concerned about stats, hight scores and rankings than they are about the safety and well-being of your child. I encourage you, the parent, to look at everthing regarding this school. From math and science reports to police reports.

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April 13, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2009
Excellent school. Period. My son is in 8th grade and he is taking 5 AP classes and Chinese. Last year he passed the national AP test in two Calculus classes. This year he is expecting to get 5 or 4 in AP History, AP Psychology, AP English Composition, and AP Arts. He is also hoping to pass AP Statistics. My son is not genius, but the level and quality of support and guidance is sky high. Accelerated Learning Lab has been the best discovery for my family.

- submitted by a parent
February 09, 2009
OK, I have been going to this school since 1st grade, and I am leaving now because this school can get hard i am now in 7th about 8 years here now. Very very good school though. It fitted me for a very long time. It could be a little more organized... but other than that it is great... they teach students at a high level i am in College algerbra right now.... They teach at a good pace though

- submitted by a student
November 03, 2008
My child is in 4th grade and has been attending A.L.L. since 1st. My son is also way behind in reading but is excelling in everything else. I have put a lot of money into outside reading and writing education. I have tried to help him at home, I have payed tutors, I have sent him to special reading academies. I am not a certified teacher and have not known what to do for him. We finally resorted to sending him to Sylvan which took all of our savings and then some. He ended up testing at the 2nd grade level. Also, we don't mind the math homework but I wish that he would come home understanding it. They send answer keys home but they don't show how they got to the answer. They are learning in a different way then we learned as a children. We can't help.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2008
I was there since the school first started and i was in 2nd grade transferring from a public school. i was there until 8th grade. it had to be good seeing that i lived about 30minutes away. The teachers are good and fine, but the disciplinary set-up was terrible. it seems as though the turn-over rate of teachers is high mainly due to the education set-up. i will admit that they did have me excelled in math but killed art electives. the lack of art killed it for me. also if the name for the separate learning class, which i was in, is still called the maturation chamber that is not right. so please when thinking of taking your kid to all don't think it will automatically make your kid smart. if you want them to actually to have the freedom to experiment with art related things try somewhere else.

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July 30, 2008
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- submitted by a student
June 23, 2008
ALL is the best school for those who care about education You will always have people who would prefer junk food to healthy one, noise to music, and mediocre education to an excellent one. I came to believe that most students who fail at ALL do so because of their parents. Let me give you some bits of factual information about this year: This school won the first prize in Algebra, in the Math Fair organized annually by Tucson High School, beating all other schools in Tucson, including the gifted schools. This school won the top prizes, in drama and poetry in Language Fair, organized by the University of Arizona, both in Chinese and Turkish. This school has more than 20 percent of its middle and high school students taking AP classes. That is, one in five students! This school received 6th place in Science Olympiad, in the State of Arizona just

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May 06, 2008
This school is amazing! Well it's great for parents who want to be involved in helping thier children become all that they can. The great thing about this school is that every student learns at their own pace, unlike a public school that has a certain amount af curriculum to cover in a certain amount of time. Student's don't just move forward until they understand the material. No one get's left behind. Another perk, My niece is going to China as a student ambassador for ALL.

- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2008
The school is fabulous and teaches students far more than they will learn from public schools. Transportation to and from school is clearly the parents responsiblity. If you as a parent do not feel there is adequet supervision after school is out then here is an idea: pick your child up on time and supervise them at home! if however you may not be there on time every day then teach your child to behave properly even when no body is watching, thats called being responsible for your own actions and its a skill many children these days lack. It is not the teachers fault your child behaves in an unruly/unsafe manner, its your childs fault. As the parent its your responibility to hold them accountable.

- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2008
After watching my son struggle and digress in a TUSD elementary school the first half of his 1st grade year, I enrolled him in ALL, and couldn't have been happier with how well he did. He attended until 3rd grade (only because we moved across town), and went from barely being able to read to being way ahead of other children his age by the time his time at ALL was done. So basically, I couldn't have asked for a better experience for my son. Now he's in 5th grade at Amerischools and complains that he already learned everything they're teaching him now back when he was in 3rd grade at ALL. I don't think they need to be more hands on. It's good for children to learn at a young age to be self-reliant. :-)

- submitted by a parent
March 10, 2008
I am very happy with the extraordinary education ALL is giving my daughter and son. The only other school in Tucson that even comes close is Basis. Most schools with high performing students and high academic standards find ways to keep from admitting students who are not at grade level. Although ALL admits both advanced students and students who are behind, I would not recommend enrolling your children unless you can get them to school every day and on time. It may be obvious, from reading the other reviews; the Headmaster is not apologetic about holding teachers, students, and parents accountable! You should be prepared to see your child do homework every night. Even advanced students are worried when they first start. My children were! You should be prepared to see some 4th grade students in intermediate algebra and 7th grade students in calculus. My children are! The school is small and students are very close and supportive of one another. The secondary school writing teacher is wonderful. Although the grounds and buildings are very nice, the janitorial staff could be more diligent.

- submitted by a parent
November 18, 2007
What can I say? Please, parents, research the headmaster of this school as he has made a mess of things there for the last two years. I am extremely disappointed in what this school has become. It was once a great place to send your children. Now it lacks vision and sound management. Teachers are good but they come and go and I have noticed a lot of teachers leave in the last couple of years. It seems the curriculum teaches kids trivia, shortcuts and very little reading or writing. While this might work in math, it does not for other material. Sadly, I will be pulling my child out after this year. I suggest doing your homework before thinking of enrolling your kid here. One man is bringing down the ship, don't be there when it sinks.

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2007
This School is Great!a few Ups & Downs but over all we work togeter to make it Better. Thanks Parent Group :}..

- submitted by a community member
October 17, 2007
ALL has brought my child to levels I never thought possible. From classes like Algebra, to Anatomy, even Turkish in the 6th grade. I am extremely happy with the teachers and the challenges my child now faces. I actually feel like he is learning and not just doing busy work to pass the time of day.

- submitted by a parent
October 16, 2007
This is my children's first year at ALL, we were very excited at first, their scores looked great in paper, but we are extremely dissapointed and concerned for the safety of our children. Although my kids are being challenged academically, everything else is not up to our standards. From teacher's accreditation to student disciplining... enrolling our kids at ALL was a huge mistake, we're pulling them out after only 3 months. Research this school a lot more before you enroll your children in it, or better yet don't enroll your kids at ALL.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2007
The teachers & staff are very devoted, investing a ton of time & energy to their important mission. Very ambitious academic goals, very different than what you are seeing in traditional school. The pre-school was amazing, loving child care, with an emphasis on learning, & structure. Excellent foundation to prepare a younger child for school and helps to socialize them with behavioral skills. A picky mom HIGHLY recommends their program!

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December 19, 2006
The quality of the academic programs is poor. The parent involvement would have to be high because the amount of help at home that your child will require will be substantial. Please read the other reviews, as they all have a common thread. Teacher turnover.

- submitted by a parent
November 28, 2006
I have three children who are currently enrolled with A.L.L. One is in the preschool and the other two are in the grade school. I have truly enjoyed seeing my children learn so much so fast. This school has a great vision but they are having a hard time implementing it. I have recently seen several teachers come and go. Things are definitely changing for the worse. As a parent it saddens me to watch as I am unable to change the course they are on. My husband and I have decided to take our daughter out of the preschool because of the recent staffing problems. We chose to let our boys stay at the grade school to finish out the 2006-2007 school year. I hope we won t live to regret this decision. Thank you Greatschools.org for allowing parents to use your resource. I have found it to be very informative.

- submitted by a parent
November 23, 2006
I have had my older daughter at this school for 5 years and just love it. We had thoroughly researched and gone to 2 other schools before and definitely feel that this is the best place for her. It is true that this school is not for everyone - and if arts and music are important to you and you can't bring yourself to provide it through outside sources then don't send them here. They do have PE now during class and there are also activities after school. I am a very protective mother and I feel so comfortable with the staff and the 20 acre one way in - one way out campus for my daughter. My 4 yr old just started in the preschool and she too loves it. Thank you - Thank you - Thank you Accelerated.

- submitted by a parent
November 22, 2006
Our three-year-old has attended A.L.L. two days a week since March of 2006. During that time we've witnessed a lack of adequate adult supervision, chaos in the classrooms, and a general lack of concern about safety and/or cleanliness of classrooms, outdoor areas or children. Although the preschool staff try to maintain order, they are woefully understaffed. Our child will definitely not be returning to this school.

- submitted by a parent
November 20, 2006
I have read all of these reviews with great interest. We're excited to have an alternative to the respected public school our sons previously attended. What some of the parents have mentioned is true; this school is not for everyone's children. It's an environment where parental involvement directly correlates to a student's success or failure. What a novel concept--a school that actually expects parents to become actively involved with their child's education! Room for improvement? Yes, and as a parent, I choose to be involved to help bring about positive change, rather than complaining about things I don't like. A.L.L.'s an amazing learning environment for children who are self-starters and whose parents aren't afraid to make their child's education the foremost priority in their family's life. The beauty of a charter school is that if it isn't a good fit for your child, find another! Our 3y/o daughter will attend also.

- submitted by a parent
October 31, 2006
My 9th grader is taking physics, college algebra, drama, swimming, Turkish, advanced writing and other classes, which would not be offered at other schools. Our family is appreciative of ALL's dedicated staff. Great parent organization and activities.

- submitted by a parent
September 19, 2006
Teacher turnover is high, morale is low, and communication with parents is lacking to say the least. Research this school thoroughly before sending your child. There are many, many good schools in the NW area of Tucson, and this is not one of them.

- submitted by a parent
August 10, 2006
My child attended ALL for 5 years. Thinking that your child is at this accelerated level is very misleading. They are taught something well enough to get through an immediate test, then never touched on again. The children are taught the standardized testing so their 'scores' look better to potential students.

- submitted by a parent
July 27, 2006
Our daughter went to Accelerated from kindergarten to 4th grade. In 5th we enrolled her in the best eastside district in Tucson. From the day she started her new school she begged to return to Accelerated. She said she was borded, learned nothing new, and the kids were mean snobs. Finally we returned to Accelerated. She is now very happy and she learned things in 7th grade that kids at other schools are not learning until 10th grade. Regardless of what was said in the other reviews, art and music are avaliable. I agree that Accelerated is not the school for parents who don t get involved, don t want to know what their child is doing, or blame the school for having academic and conduct rules. The math, language and science are extrodinary. Parent should know that Accelerated is more a college prep than a school for struggling kids.

- submitted by a parent
July 27, 2006
This school is Great, I love this school.

- submitted by a student
July 02, 2006
My concern is the safety they have for the children, especially the younger ones.

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March 13, 2006
Much attention paid to the chilldren who are 'accelerated'. Not much attention paid to the children who need additional help.

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December 06, 2005
The longer my son is in this school, the more disillusioned I become. This is his 6th year at the school (he started in kindergarten), and while he has excelled academically, he is now almost left to teach himself. Our options were to send him to middle school (which meant he was in school every day from 8am-4pm in 5th grade), or leave him in a class where he is the most advanced, and is often left to help teach the other children in the class. There is NO music offered during school time, or any of the arts. The other thing you see at this school is a series of unfinished buildings. Rather than creating a GREAT elementary school, the headmaster has chosen to expand too quickly to middle and high school. Teacher turnover at the school is pretty high as well. This will be our last year at ALL.

- submitted by a teacher
December 01, 2005
The academics are awsome at this school, however, there is no music, art, or physical education. If you can provide these things for your child, he/she will benefit from a first rate education that far exceeds what public school can offer. The school day is very long and should be considered carefully based on your child's needs.

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- submitted by a parent
July 20, 2005
Mountain Rose adademy is a great school. My daughter graduated from there as one of Tucson's Senior Achievers. My son doesn't like the self-paced atmosphere as much.

- submitted by a parent
July 10, 2005
This is a great school. The kids have a lot of fun here.

- submitted by a parent
March 22, 2005
They are really good at allowing the child to advance in math. The other things take a back seat to the learning. Not much of the English is done compared to math. The extracurricular activities were great.

- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2005
The math, science, and geography approach is fantastic! My 7 year old is doing 10th grade math and doesn't think twice. I only wish they would adopt a reading program, and offer music and art as part of the curriculae.

- submitted by a parent
February 10, 2005
This school seemed to be a fantastic alternantive to public school. This school boasts of self paced personal instruction, not entirely true. Children are expected to move along at the schools pace, not their own. Their curriculum is very limited , academics only. I found that my children were memorizing the work rather than learning .

- submitted by a parent
October 06, 2004
My children started the year at sample school and after spending a significant amount of time in the school observing I quickly decided to pull my children out. I was shocked at the lack of organization, the lack of direction, the lack of positive reinforcement or constructive discipline, and the lack of general safety. They treat the children there as if they were little adults. In hind sight I regret placing my children in this facility and yes I say facility because it is nowhere near school quality(This school makes some of the public schools look wonderful). We as parents should not be sacrificing our childrens safety and well being in order for our children to receive an education.

- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2004
Parents, watch out. This school has so many problems. The director of the school has created a harsh and overly demanding academic environment and is totally unwilling to listen to parents or his staff. The children are not encouraged to have fun or be kids, only to memorize endless data and math operations. The saddest part is that there is a huge need for accelerated education in Tucson and this school is the only one we have found that comes close to providing it, unless you can afford a private school. Unfortunately, the unpleasant atmosphere at the school leaves the children feeling stressed and unhappy. Kindergarteners are expected to do at least 1 hour of difficult homework each night. There are also problems with dangerous desert creatures including swarms of killer bees.

- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2004
I appreciate the emphasis on scholastics compared to our neighborhood schools, but would certainly hope that we can work to improve the extracurriculars and get phys ed for all. Improvements to the mechanical plant are ongoing, and the elementary school has a 'sister' middle school on the same grounds. My 4th grader has learned a lot of things and her class seems to be able to ask the teacher lots of questions. I do think there is not enough in-depth learning, i.e., when we learn about a country I'd also like to learn about the people and crops and history to some extent, rather than so much emphasis on rote memorization. My daughter has taken leaps past kids at our neighborhood elementary, and likes the school very much.

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February 15, 2004
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- submitted by a student
November 02, 2003
This school's unspoken motto is: 'shift the onus for teaching to the parents.' We spend an average of 2 hours per night doing homework with our daughter. If the school leadership was less concerned with finding paid positions for their spouses, lovers, and relatives, and more focused on reacting to the needs of the children, everyone would be better off. My personal experience with the type of teaching proffered here is that it exposes the student to a wide range of knowledge without providing a solid basis. I recommend the school for the first 3 years of a child's education at most.

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Accelerated Learning Laboratory
5245 North Camino De Oeste, Tucson, AZ  85745
(520) 743-2256
Last modified Accelerated Learning Laboratory is a Charter school that serves grades K-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 8 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Accelerated Learning Laboratory Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 71 reviews. Top