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Elementary Schools in Alameda

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These reviews are a little misleading. Some positives - ...
Amelia Earhart is a fantastic school. We have many wonder...
I would like to respond to the reviewer who mentions/ques...
Addressing the ethnicity comments below. Yes, Franklin is...
Great principal, great teachers, great PtA, great parents...
Since Principal Harris arrived a couple of years ago, Lum...
Our daughter started K at Paden a couple months ago. I a...
Our child has been at Nea for the last three years, since...
My daughter did Transitional Kinder last year at Henry Ha...
I have worked at Ruby Bridges since it 's inception. In m...
My son will be starting 1st grade this year with the same...
We have not been happy at St. Joe's. The curriculum is w...
St.Barnabas School is fully accredited and all the facult...
Love the new principal! She seems able and willing to ce...
Both my daughter and son have attended this school since ...
This school is excellent! The teachers are excellent and ...
My daughter attended the Cottage for preschool/preK. We ...
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This is A great school for special needs children who has...
Central Christian School has been wonderful! The class s...
Excellent staff of dedicated professionals. My child lov...
After searching everywhere in Harbor Bay I decided to put...
This is a amazing school. It s is very small about 20 stu...
The Child Unique is one of the best pre-school in Alameda...
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