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Encinitas, CA
 

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141 South Rancho Santa Fe Road
Encinitas, CA 92024

(760) 436-1102
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January 27, 2015
The school is becoming a money grab. Here is the type of thing you can enjoy. For next year, not only are they requiring that all student purchase "tuition insurance" that names the school as the beneficiary in case you move mid year, they are also dictating what company you have to purchase it from AND the rate.

- submitted by a parent
December 01, 2014
After having my son at The Rhoades School for six years, I can honestly say that i would not want him anywhere else. I have observed the school thoroughly over this period of time and the more I know about this school the more I appreciate our experience. The mission driven school is very consistent and diligent in its service to cater to the gifted student. The academics are accelerated and no one gets "bored" in class. The teachers are trained in gifted learning and instruction and the administration is very aware of the population as it is professional in all dealings with the families of the school. The school has a down to earth, family-like feel and the community is very supportive and caring of one another without meddling or pretentiousness. Parents support teacher and teachers support parents as partners in education with a shared message for our students and children. The specialists and classroom teachers are all excellent and bring unique, positive characteristics to help our children reach a happy balance in their lives. At The Rhoades School the whole student is taught with the big picture in mind. I could not recommend this school more!!

- submitted by a parent
October 20, 2014
I have a happy kindergartner at The Rhoades School. My child's intellect is valued and treated with enthusiasm and respect. The culture of learning is amazing! My daughter's teacher is on fire about what she's teaching- and this is her 18th year there. I feel peaceful when I drop my daughter off knowing she's in an environment that is nurturing, stimulating and principled. I find the other children well-mannered and bright, the other parents friendly, the administration and faculty communicative, warm and welcoming. The school has strong leadership- at the helm is a very smart and experienced educator.

- submitted by a parent
October 12, 2014
Our 2 girls attended Rhoades (KG and 1st), and both had a great experience. Teachers were caring, thoughtful and engaging. Parents were very involved and supportive. Our experience with administration was also very positive. Some of the comments about tuition and diversity are not unique to Rhoades, and would be true of almost all private schools. Although we ended up changing schools for other reasons, overall Rhoades provided a very good academic foundation for our kids, in a nurturing and supportive environment. We would recommend Rhoades to anyone considering a private school education for their kids in the north SD area.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2014
I have a son at Rhoades and it has been a fabulous experience for him, life changing in fact. My son tested in the genius range for IQ, attended a highly rated private school prior to Rhoades but was bored and dreaded going as a result. We decided to send him to Rhoades after references from people who have children who are bright and really great kids. Our son's experience at Rhoades has been fabulous and he can t wait to go to school these days and is enthusiastically "teaching" us the new things he has learned. :-) At Rhoades the teachers nurture the gifted mind -- Bright children ask more questions, they enjoy intellectual discussions, they are more detail oriented and as a result, they thrive in schools that have faculty that understands, respects and encourages the curious mind -- something most other schools couldn t even begin to comprehend. Additionally, because the school is for gifted children, my son is surrounded by other incredibly bright and interesting children who share his curiousity and love of learning so there is no smart kid syndrome where he would feel the need to hide his intelligence because instead it s respected and fun.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2014
Our children have had and continue to have an incredible experience at Rhoades. We came from a larger private school and we found that Rhoades teachers were more adept at challenging our children yet providing the nurturing atmosphere that we value from a private school. The students have welcomed our children and they have already made fast friends. Teachers have provided rigorous curriculum yet at the same time have pinpointed small areas where the previous school's teachers allowed gaps. We really feel that our children are soaring academically. Teachers spend a lot of one on one time with students. We disagree with the 2 previous posts here. This has definitely not been our experience! Private education continues to be expensive but we found that Rhoades was very compatible within the private school market. If you are looking for quality education and a nurturing environment for your children Rhoades is a great place!

- submitted by a parent
September 29, 2014
My experience at Rhoades has been fair. The school administration is really all about the money. It is a for profit school so the feeling you get is that your child is not the most important thing at the school it is the amount of money they bring in. They are not flexible with the parents if they need some assistance with something. It is a not a school for gifted kids but gifted wallets. The education is sub par. If you are expecting you child to learn a lot at school that is not case. The parents have to be super involved like any other school and have to teach the child math, reading etc. I was not impressed with the school. My advice to administration is to allow flexiblity and show kindness, thought and careful planing towards the education of the children....the school is too $$$$ driven.

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2014
I agree with the previous 2 comments. When we moved to the area, I was looking for a school similar to the one my child had went to previously. Initially, everything was good however I now see that it doesn't matter whether your child is gifted or not as long as you can afford to pay the tuition and all of the extras associated with the school. Also, the lack of diversity is very apparent within the student population. This will be our last year as I want my child to be truly challenged and to learn how to interact with others from different backgrounds.

- submitted by a parent
August 11, 2014
Completely agree with July 30th post. Coming from the Bay Area where they have schools for truly gifted and profoundly gifted children, professionally tested to qualify, this school is a definite disappointment. This is a school for parents with gifted wallets, not children with gifted minds. Run like a corporation, administration cares about profits and limiting liability. Tuition goes up consistently, annually. School has a bully problem, and there is no character education past kindergarten. They put signs up with phrases like "kindness" but nothing further. While they say they differentiate in subjects, material is not taught to gifted standards of depth of understanding. Kids are picked on if they are smart, and a "you need to be cool" attitude permeates the place. Often parents do the work for the child. Save your money for high school, or college.

- submitted by a parent
July 30, 2014
Rhoades is an above average school, but the value proposition is misleading. It claims to be a school for "gifted" kids. In reality, the school actually caters more to kids who can use a little extra attention, and parents who don't mind shelling out college tuition for elementary school. Teachers will be similar to any above average school - some great, and others just OK. Same with administration - remember that this school is owned by a Private Equity firm, so they have to balance education with profits. Facilities are just ok, both in cleanliness and spaciousness. While there are some genuinely nice folks (parents and staff), there are also many with that fake pretentious vibe...you know the type. Anyways, our kid did fine for a couple of years here, but we were not all that impressed. Academically it did not live up to the hype, and he had a hard time making friends since most people don't live close to the school, and "scheduled play-dates" can only do so much. So, if you think that your kid needs the special attention, and like feeling like you are back in a sorority/fraternity, and actually want to pay for all this, then it will probably be a good fit.

- submitted by a parent
December 07, 2013
Someone mentioned there have been three heads of school: This is misleading. The head of many years (one of the three) retired, and a new head was hired (two of the three). The new head didn't work out, and the school found the current head, who fits well with the school's needs. That's hardly unheard of, and I appreciate that the school was able to find a perfect match in Dr. McDuffie after the amazing Ms. Kittle retired. As for the school itself, it's wonderful! The teachers are fantastic and caring, and the curriculum is creative and vast and defined and teaches the children to think. Of course there are going to be spoiled rich kids. Those are everywhere! In public and all private schools. But there are many kids with good heads on their shoulders, too, and the teachers and administration do a wonderful job of listening to social issues and working with the kids to address them and learn and hopefully become better people. Of course it's not perfect, no school is, but Rhoades provides an environment that allows kids to be who they are, and excel to the best of their individual abilities.

- submitted by a parent
June 27, 2013
Our daughter has been at the Rhoades School for many years since Kindergarten, and she still looks forward to going to school every day. As parents, this is priceless! We have been very pleased and look forward to middle school here at Rhoades. In addition to the challenging curriculum, Rhoades has the most dedicated, passionate, and intelligent teachers we have ever met. Coming from a family of many outstanding teachers and professors, we know we are giving our daughter the best education there is. The school does keep the students busy with homework and projects, but they are always meaningful, challenging, and fun. We are glad that our daughter is learning the value of hard-work at an early age and we would not want it any other way. We also welcome the occasional take-home projects, where we as parents have the opportunity to guide and assist. We are extremely thankful for the Rhoades School in preparing our daughter for a bright future!

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2013
I attended the Rhoades School from 6th to 8th grade, and I had a great experience there. I am currently an honors/AP student at a public high school in Vista, and I feel that Rhoades has prepared me very well. I would especially like to acknowledge the science, history, and literature teachers. These teachers provided the students with great opportunities such as science fair, a trip to Washington D.C., and many fun history projects. With its supportive staff and students, Rhoades creates a great environment for academically talented students.

- submitted by a community member
April 25, 2013
My granddaughter has been at The Rhoades School since kindergarten, she is now in the 2nd grade. We've had 3 wonderful teachers, each different, yet amazing in their dedication to the students. We feel our money is well spent at The Rhoades School.

- submitted by a community member
February 01, 2013
I am now an eighth grader at The Rhoades School, and I have nothing to complain about. The students are like family, the teachers are fun and engaging, and the school has the best academics in San Diego, as far as I'm concerned. I will be going into AP precalculus honors with an A in math, AP english, and Spanish 3. Also, practically all students eligible to participate compete in the San Diego Science Fair, and place in first (myself included), and continue on to the California state science fair. The school has won national acclaim many times for both science and literature, and the academics are on average, three years above grade level. If you want your children to be in a welcoming environment which nurtures their gifted intelligence, listen to me. The Rhoades School is the school for you. I can also say that it is expensive; field trips, and extracurricular activities put a dent in the wallet. But the field trips are the best field trips that you can possibly send your kid on, Trust me. So if you are willing to pay for an immaculate education, and do not mind shelling out a little extra money for the "icing on the cake", per se, The Rhoades School is for you.

- submitted by a community member
January 19, 2013
My child attended Rhoades for one year. He was awkward, verbal, and smart, and I thought a pivate school for gifted children would fit his needs. His class was full of the spoiled, wealthy children of second marriages. He was bullied. Additionally, the assigned projects were way too advanced for the grade level - as others have mentioned, I think mom and dad or maybe the nanny were doing a lot of the work. We took him out after one year and put him in the local "ghetto" school where he was accepted, made a ton of friends, and was challenged academically. He is now thriving at an Ivy League School. Caveat Emptor.

- submitted by a parent
December 02, 2012
Rhoades provides a well rounded, challenging academic program for gifted students. The teachers are fantastic, and my children truly love the learning environment. The teachers (and staff) are also caring and loving toward the children and know each of them personally. We are so thankful to be part of such a wonderful community. Sadly, the children that do not excel at Rhoades are generally not a good fit for the school. It's not for everyone, as yes there is a lot of extra work surrounding take home projects. But if you see a special spark in your child, Rhoades is certainly worth a detailed review.

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2012
I am an 8th grader at Rhoades, and have been attending since kindergarten. Rhoades is perfection and always has been, always will be a safe haven for everyone. My entire grade has always been a family, and I feel that even after we leave Rhoades we will stay in touch. I feel the same of my teachers. Two teachers in particular have impacted me forever, "the history teacher" and "the literature teacher", who are really much more than that. In 6th grade, I had no direction. But when we were studying ancient Egypt with "the history teacher", she inspired me. I am now a 13 year old who has found her passion. Not only has "the history teacher" showed me the way, she has supported me always, emailing when I am in cool cities and museums, talking outside of class, and getting to know me as a person, not just a student she has helped and guided me. Now, "the literature teacher" is "fabulous", and "just beautes". (Her favorite phrases) She loves her job and her students. She literally gives out her cell phone number so that if students have trouble with anything, they can just text or call her. She is so supportive and a wonderful teacher and person. I love Rhoades!

- submitted by a community member
October 01, 2012
Beware of these ratings - I've noticed that some of the poor ones have been removed. This school is far from perfect, and has had three Heads of School in the past year. The academics are generally very good, at least for elementary school grades. I've found other aspects of the school disappointing but I'm afraid that my review will be censored if I provide specifics.

- submitted by a parent
January 24, 2012
I am an 8th grader at the Rhoades School and I have been at Rhoades since kindergarten. Rhoades is like my second home. I have Mrs. Stanley, or as one person calls her the "literature teacher", for math, history and literature and we enjoy every day we have together. In math, if I don't get something she will explain it to me 5 or more times until I get it. Math is one of my worst subjects, but I would like to let everyone know I have an A in math right know and it isn't just me. Our entire math class has a class average of an 88%, which is AMAZING! All the teachers and students are caring and nice and are always willing to help. I have been at this school for 9 years and had barely any drama with the other girls. If you are even thinking about going to Rhoades, listen to me.

- submitted by a community member
January 11, 2012
I am a current student of The Rhoades School and a student of this so called "literature teacher" and I have nothing negative to say about this amazing, heartwarming, and the nicest teacher I have had the privilege to have as a teacher for the past three years. The difference between this teachers and any other teacher out there is, she truly cares about her students leaning the material and she is there every morning. My proof is in her actions and not her words, when a child is sick she makes them tea, when a student is injured she is willing to do as much as she can to ensure they will end up in good health. I know I can speak for all of my classmates when I say, the literature teacher is the best math, history, literature, and English, teacher I am blessed and lucky have had the opportunity to call my teacher and partially like a second mother to look after me.

- submitted by a community member
December 18, 2011
Rhoades is a small school with a close-knit group of students and some great, experienced teachers. The students like learning and want to do well. Teachers didn t always listen to our student, but we felt that overall people there cared and had the students best interests at heart. Our child was doing well. Music, field trips, summer camp, and good friends made it great. We heard other parents say Rhoades was not the best for middle school. We kept our student at Rhoades and sadly found out for ourselves. Most of the teachers are good. But we no longer believe The Rhoades School is most concerned about the students or even cares. How sad to be so happy our student is no longer there!

- submitted by a parent
December 17, 2011
I was very disappointed with the middle school math program. There is only one math teacher. Students break into different classes for math. One class has the math teacher. The other math classes are taught by the literature teacher or writing teacher. One year the math teacher taught algebra. The next year geometry. My student was in the writing teacher's math class one year. We expected the "math" teacher the next year. Instead our student had the literature teacher for math. The median grade for students in algebra was 72. Algebra is a big leap from earlier math skills. It needs to be taught by someone who is very knowledgeable, adaptable, and able to teach well to all students. The Rhoades School needs to invest more in their middle school math students!

- submitted by a parent
September 04, 2011
I was a student at the rhoades school for many years. I would like to start of this review by saying, the elementary school was great... the middle school? not so much. When I transferred to this school in 2nd grade from Aviara Oaks Elementary, I was delighted with challenging curriculum and friends who were intelligent like me. I had a great time at this school up until 5th grade. I noticed the bullying got really bad! Girls would all talk about eachother behind their backs and there was a clear cut "cool" group and "freak" group. Same goes for the boys! I was surprised because aren't private schools supposed to have less bullying problems than public? Apparently not, because when I moved to Diegueno Middle (I moved because the math program for middle school at Rhoades was horrid and there weren't enough people in my grade) I noticed there wasn't really any bullying. There wasn't a "cool crowd" or a "nerd group". People could just be who they wanted without getting labeled. So if you're thinking about sending your child to this school for social reasons, I would think twice.

- submitted by a community member
June 09, 2011
With the state of public schools in San Diego, thank God for the Rhoades School. My son won 1st place in the State Science fair and is now onto a very bright future in high school. My daughter is thriving beyond our imaginations. This is truly a school that provides first class gifted personalized education. We are so blessed to have Rhoades available to us.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2011
I give this school a 4 star rating, due to the fact it has an excellent Elementary School program, but subpar Middle School. In Elementary School, I was able to accelerate ahead in the Mathematics and Sciences, as well as develop crucial writing skills as all these were taught at a young age at the Rhoades. But when Middle School came around, I realized its history curriculum and literature curriculum were quite basic. We only covered 3 topics of the Ancient World during our 6th grade studies in history, and literature proved to be no more than the reading of prosaic novels. The mathematics at the school is advanced during Elementary school, but proves to be awkward during Middle School, as it slows down after years of accelerating. The Sciences at the school and the Spanish being taught are both excellent and informative. The Science teacher is probably the best I've ever had, and I would like to say best in the state. The Spanish teacher was also very devoted and an excellent teacher. But with the curricular aspect aside, the school has excellent Music program. The fact students compose music as an added part of the curriculum is a great. I'd go here for elementary, not middle.

- submitted by a community member
May 29, 2011
Our daughter is just finishing her first year at The Rhoades School and had a great year. I'm a bit shocked by the March 15, 2011 review because it does not match the school we have come to know. The school is academically rigorous and, if anything, is becoming more so. Part of that rigor is giving children project-based assignments to complete outside of class. The younger kids are expected to have help from their parents; however, the older kids are expected to manage their time and complete the projects on their own. From what I've seen, most are able to do so without undue difficulty. There is definitely a problem with middle school attrition, but it is mostly caused by the fact the desired private high schools start at 7th grade. I have not seen any disrespect between teachers and students and the faculty seems very close-knit. Although the school is not perfect, it is certainly far superior to public school where unimaginative curriculum and perpetual testing is the norm. We are very happy we're making the sacrifice to send our daughter here and every other parent we've talked with feels the same way.

- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2011
Unfortunately the academics and teachers have deteriorated greatly over the past few years at Rhoades. As parents we are told that the curriculum is at least a grade level ahead in all subjects. This does not seem to be the case in several subjects, which students and parents discover when they transfer to another school. There are many "at-home projects" throughout the year in which the parents have to edit, supervise and assist the child with the entire project. Isn't that the job of the teacher and school? The science fair report and project are done entirely at home, not at school. The teachers seem frustrated and overwhelmed. They do not seem to respect the students and in turn the students learn to disrespect their teachers and their peers. They are losing middle school students at an alarming rate due to these reasons. Parents are realizing they can get as good an education, if not better,at a local public school. It is inexcusable that the school has lowered their standards so much to the detriment of the students.They have become a business looking out for their profits and lost their compassion for their students.

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2011
We have three children currently enrolled at Rhoades and I know how blessed we to have them there. Their teachers, the administration and the curriculum are absolutely extraordinary. I love the pledge of allegiance and patriotic songs each morning as much as the outstanding education they are getting. Thank you to everyone at Rhoades for making a great learning institution where kids enjoy going to every day.

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2010
This is our third year at The Rhoades School, and we are thrilled with the education, as well as the focus on character development. Our daughter would never receive the academic challenge, the strength of fine arts, nor the brilliance of the science and math program at public school, or any other private school in the area. Yes, the students are expected to keep up, and work hard, but never to the detriment of the child's being, at least I have never seen that. Our daughter absolutely loves this place! The teachers are amazing, and we have only felt an overall sense of joy from staff, etc. The character development program is more than just promised fluff: The students really like each other, and are taught to be accepting, as well as strong, kind, courageous people. My only complaint is that it stops at 8th and doesn't go through high school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 22, 2010
Once upon a time, the Rhoades School was a fabulous place for gifted children to learn and grow. In the past few years, it has suffered from moody teachers and unprecedented increases in tuition. It is competition over compassion and a business instead of an institution dedicated to student learning.

- submitted by a parent
November 18, 2009
I am a student who has been going to Rhoades since Kindergarten. The teacher are very dedicated to the students being their very best, and the school has a very challenging curriculum. They let you do classes at your own level. For example, there is a fourth grader (who moved up to fifth grade) at our school who is past pre-algebra, algebra 1, and is now on algebra 2- the second year of algebra. It is truly amazing. The only problem is that I find many of the classes to be uninteresting a lot of the time. Its just, ok, get out last nights homework, correct last nights homework. Here is our lesson, take some notes, know this stuff for our test. Open you books to page 250, do problems 8-85 odds... Plus, our only sports team is basketball.

- submitted by a student
October 22, 2009
I have been going to the Rhoades school for eight years now, and I love it. The teachers are so involved and excited about their subjects and it is contagious. I know I'd be hard pressed to forget my amazing experience there.

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no rating August 25, 2009
Administration has continued to slip, this school is run like a business. After 5 years, the decline has been unbelievable. The tuition increases and the continual decline of ethics of the school administration has sealed our decision to leave the school. No longer a higher learning experience, but more a public image gimic, and a real self esteem crushing experience for children. No longer for gifted children, anyone can get in. Submitted by a parent

- submitted by a parent
August 12, 2009
By far the best school in the area. As a student, I feel like the teachers really go out of their way to make sure that we understand and absorb the curriculum. Also, strong character and amazing friendships are encouraged from an early age.

- submitted by a student
May 14, 2009
As a grandparent of four students at The Rhoades School, I have been particularly impressed by the focus on science. The students from his small school have excelled at the Regional Science Fair, thanks to the support, encouragement and personal attention of the teachers and administration. So often it is one teacher's passion for the subject that can turn a child on to a life-time love of science. This is just aspect of excellence that I have observed at Rhoades.

- submitted by a community member
May 13, 2009
My children have attended the Rhoades School since Kindergarten, and all have excelled under the challenging curriculum. I am impressed with the focus on personal attention, character development, and variety of educational experiences available at all the grade levels.

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May 12, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2009
We love The Rhoades School! It is our children's 'home away from home.' The faculty provide individual attention to each child's educational and social needs. I would not want my children educated anywhere else.

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April 26, 2009
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no rating October 29, 2008
Our child has flourished at The Rhoades School. It is accelerated learning at its finest.From the classes offered to the staff, this is the very best school for your gifted child.

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October 18, 2008
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July 03, 2008
Very high teacher turnover. Young teachers without much experience, not much creative thought in teaching program. What was once a great school for the 'gifted' is now just an average school. Run as a business.

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March 03, 2008
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December 12, 2006
This is my daughter's first year at Rhoades (1st grade) and she is thriving in the learning environment of the school. The teachers respect the individual talents and needs of each child and the administration respects the needs of working parents as well. My wife and I attended the recommended open house for parents of prospective students and we couldn't believe our eyes. On that night you get to visit all classes of all grade levels as the students present their yearly projects. All of the students are remarkable and you can see their self-confidence shine through as readily as their depth and breadth of knowledge. We already had a sense that this school was right for our daughter from an earlier trip to the school, but this open house event confirmed the decision. Also, all the teachers really seem to care for the students.

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2006
My daughter has been at The Rhoades School since Kindergarten and is now in the 7th grade. The Rhoades School has been an outstanding environment for her educational personal and social development. The administration does an outstanding job of quashing any problems and instilling within all the students both respect for others and respect for yourself. The school excels in the arts and sciences; it has helped my daughter develop and enhance not only her artistic talents, but also her skills in math, science, history, literature and writing.

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March 26, 2006
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October 28, 2005
The Rhoades school provides your child with a stimulating academic enviornment. The teachers are all interested and love their jobs and the kids are very smart and well rounded. This review was written by a past student of the Rhoades School.

- submitted by a former student
August 15, 2005
Rhoades is excellent for the above average child, providing an extremely well-rounded curriculum in a very safe environment. There is spanish at every grade level, an amazing science and math lab, great art and music program. Some of the things I most love about the school is the safe environment, really nice kids and families, and the fact that being smart is 'cool'. There is more socio-economic diversity than I thought there'd be at such a selective private school which is nice. This year there is high teacher turnover, which isn't common, but is somewhat of a concern. I feel very strongly about choosing the right school for the child and Rhoades isn't the best fit for all. But my child is very happy, is thriving, being challenged, & has great self-esteem. Rhoades doesn't focus on 'drills' for achievement tests like the publicschools.My child studied and drew vangogh pics at 6yrs!

- submitted by a parent
August 04, 2005
The Rhoades School has been an a high rating school for our daugtar. She is above average child that learning at a rapid rate. The school durning the summer learned accelerated subjects that she has absorbed into her long tem memory and Rhoades creative teaching methods begin in Kindergarden and continues through 8th grade. This is a school to look further into.

- submitted by a parent
November 22, 2004
This school is academically superior, my highly gifted student loves his peers and is in a safe challenging environment. A wonderful school for the highly gifted student.

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August 16, 2003
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The Rhoades School
141 South Rancho Santa Fe Road, Encinitas, CA  92024
(760) 436-1102
Last modified The Rhoades School is a Private school that serves grades K-8
The Rhoades School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 57 reviews. Top