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Irvine, CA
Students enrolled: 831

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5151 Amalfi Drive
Irvine, CA 92603

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(949) 936-6259
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March 18, 2014
Great school! It is very competetive, but kids do well without getting stressed out too much. Teachers do not encourage kids too be too competetive, but many parents are uci proffesers and want there kids to do study all night, even when they are in 3rd grade. The teachers are some of the best teachers in california, most with degrees from schools including UCLA, stanford, and ivy league schools. The houses are expensive, but it is a great neighborhood to be in, Turtle Rock broadmoor particularly. I have lived here for 12 years and my kids are in 7th grade, and they love the schools here. I hope my review is helpful! -Stephenie Chen

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2013
Initially, our family concern for the twins was finding a school location that was safe and also finding a school that offered the finest public education within the area. From a grandmother's perspective, I am first of all very pleased to see the twins enjoying school so much. The teachers seem to be extremely dedicated. I am impressed by the emphasis and reward system related to moral values. With regard to improvement, I do see the boy twin struggling with mathmatics and reading, though I realize this may relate to his ability to comprehend. Handwriting skills seem to be somewhat lacking, certainly when compared to when I went to school in Ohio many years ago. On the other hand, I see the twins learning other things in first and second grade, that I didn't learn until years later. Overall, I believe the twins are receiving an excellent education, for which I am very grateful. Thank you.

- submitted by a community member
September 10, 2013
Turtle Rock Elementary is great in terms of parent involvement, teacher excellence,communication and academics, but it has gotten too crowded. 930 kids is too much for this small school. We've been so pleased with the curriculum and the support of the terrific principal and staff, but something's got to give with the class sizes. These rooms were not built for 35 children. I do hope something can be done to alleviate this problem because this school truly rocks in every other way.

- submitted by a parent
September 20, 2012
It is our son's second year at TR and we are very happy about the school and more than everything happy to see how our son enjoys going to school . He is not a native speaker and the 2nd grade teacher, Miss Kliger has been a fantastic help and he finished the year with many outstanding results and achievements.

- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2012
Turtle Rock is an excellent preparatory school, not only academic-wise, but also is great at building excellent character. My son just graduated from 6th grade; since he was just a small boy in Kindergarten, I saw him mature to the wonderful young man he is today, all under the constant care and supervision of his teachers. The school provides a fun-learning environment to help balance out the high academic standards given by the teachers. Every single day, my son came home with a big smile on his face, and was excited to inform me about that day s exciting adventures and learning experiences in his classes, labs, the great PE-program, and the brilliant music curriculum. His teacher made their courses more interesting with things like PowerPoint Presentations, Oral Book Interviews, and Current-Events. When I asked him who his favorite teacher was, he stated, I love all of my teachers . His third grade teacher wrote a touching note to all of her 6th grade graduates. He will never forget the caring principal and loving teachers, and will carry the memory with him forever. I am in no doubt that TRE is the first stepping stone of many, to a successful career, and beyond.

- submitted by a parent
July 20, 2012
My son has been in Turtle Rock for 4 years since kindergarten and he had wonderful learning and growing experience with his teachers and friends at TR. He is eager to go to school everyday and never complaints about stress and competition. The Principal is a passionate educator who is easy to approach with any questions or concerns. My son once asked her if she can go to the final of his city championship baseball game and she indeed showed up. I can tell that she sincerely cares about the education of each individual student. My son s teachers are very kind to students and they are very capable of motivating and inspiring students during the learning process. His 2nd grade teacher is always cheerful and makes parents volunteers feel appreciated. Her design of class activities creates a positive atmosphere that every student is a superstar. I highly appreciate the enthusiasm and energy of TR s teachers, staff and parents.

- submitted by a parent
June 25, 2012
If you want your child to have a stress-free happy childhood, please do he or she a favor -- don't go to this school. If you want your child to be hard working and academically successful, this school might be the choice. Kids at this young age are already overly competitive and petty as in those accelerated classes and they do, as one reviewer said, take a lot of behind school programs. I heard the principal just delivered an excellent speech for the graduation ceremony asking students to "rejoice for other students' accomplishments", "be compassionate" and a few other inspiring points. Frankly I was surprised when someone told me about the speech because this is certainly not the culture of the school I know of. I hope the principal will use her own speech to guide the school from now on. Usually we only hear the bragging about the high CST and API scores during the back-to-school night. My rating for this school is arbitrary, reflecting my personal feelings towards the school --everybody including parents is trying very hard to succeed but loses sight of bigger pictures in life -- to be happy and compassionate.

- submitted by a parent
June 25, 2012
Amazing school in a top rated school district. My daughter just completed sixth grade and is totally prepared for middle school and beyond. I can't say enough about the teachers, student body, and involved parents. TR is a large school but with a very close-knit small school feeling.

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2012
We transferred our daughter to Turtle Rock school last fall and were very much satisfied with our decision the moment we got there. The polite and quirky, yet cheerful principal immediately welcomed us and gave a thorough walk-through of the fabulous school. Later, we met our child's teacher who was warm and sociable and then guided us through the curriculum system which looked like would be a fun educational experience for our daughter. My wife and I absolutely agree that we are fortunate to have our child enrolled in this school fore it is an excellent source for competition, education, and fun all at once and has a great environment for children. Overall, Turtle Rock Elementary is sure to not disappoint you and I hope you decide to let your child join the fun soon!!

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2012
We transferred our son to TR Elementary last September. We are all very happy with the decision we made! His home room teacher is very kind and warm, and keeps him challenged with higher level of work. As a result, my son has high sense of accomplishment and is happy with his school. We are very fortunate to have a supportive, brilliant, cheerful and hard-working Principle at our school. She is always there whenever there s an activity in school, greeting everyone with cheerful smiles. Overall, TR elementary has the right atmosphere for childern who desire to strive and for parents who are supportive of the school philosophy.

- submitted by a parent
January 14, 2012
Turtle Rock may be an excellent school for children who thrive on competition, enjoy filling in worksheets, and were tutored extensively before starting kindergarten. Some of the students in lower grades here spell and multiply better than some of the students that entered the classes at the high schools where I taught. Because the teachers have to cover an immense amount of material in kindergarten, there is little time for students to learn to print (as opposed to write letters that they could print before starting kindergarten) or reflect upon anything. Consequently, the fast-paced, regimented style does not suit everyone, including my child who is now in kindergarten. For a child to thrive or maybe even survive kindergarten at TR, he/she needs to recognize and be able to print all the letters of the alphabet before starting kindergarten here. It also really helps to know how to read BEFORE entering TR's kindergarten!

- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2011
Really formal school that does not care about kids. It gains its popularity when the previous principal was in charge. Currently parents feel deeply unsatisfied with the school. The atmosphere in school is over competitive, with lots of unhealthy restrictions. It concentrates not on kindness, team work, support and respect to academic skills or talents, but on grades, rumors, "popularity". Kids does not learn proper values in their relationships between themselves and between kids and adults.

- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2011
We were very disappointed with this school and principal. There is very stressful atmosphere at school. All kids taking a lot of behind school programs in this "run for grades" race. Children who's parents cannot donate as much as others are ignored. Principal is very aggressive woman and not polite at all. It is very hard to follow on anything with her and she doesn't listen your opinion, screams at children, make children feel guilty and disrespectful. There is no any challenge for children, gate program is just extra work at home. Waist of time and big stress!!!! It was very stressful year and finally we found other school.

- submitted by a parent
March 18, 2011
I am a happy parent with a 4th grade and a 1st grade in this school. I think this school has very highly qualified and genuinely caring teachers. I have never sent my kids to any tutoring program, yet my elder daughter goes to APASS in this school. She is just self-driven, and the school provides the right challenge for her. I think these teachers encourage kids to excel, they also value each individual kid. My younger daughter's first grade teacher found her and a few other kids need to catch up with their reading skills, and she voluntarily formed an early morning reading program to teach these kids to read. This class is totally voluntary, and the teacher provided her exceptional service and her own time for us for free. My daughter s reading skill has improved a lot so far. My younger daughter likes taking a nap during the lecture time. Her teacher sent us several notes requesting us to put my daughter to sleep before 8pm, and she constantly says that it is OK if my daughter can not finisher homework before 8pm. She cares more about my daughter having enough sleep than her homework. I can not express enough appreciation for these diligent and caring teachers.

- submitted by a parent
March 03, 2011
CAUTION ON GOING TO THIS SCHOOL. We moved here from Portland and I wouldn't recommend going to this school. I sat in the school and the class was full of kids overly focused on their grades, and highly functional at math and science beyond their years. It's standards are above and beyond an average public school. We came from an outstanding Portland Public Elementary school--Forest Park, and this school gives assignments where the 5th graders have to create their own presentation in PowerPoint and deliver it to the class. If your kid likes sports this school doesn't have a balanced peer group for that. According to our teacher most of the kids ' take Kumon, play the piano, and are not athletic'. We are looking for a different school next year. I am not a Dragon Mom and can't raise a future physicist.

- submitted by a parent
January 04, 2011
I am a parent of a 4th and 5th grader at TR. Many reviews reflect the diversity of PARENTS more than what is going on at the school. Complains that TR does not allow kids to be kids comes from some of the white parents. While complains that the school is not challenging enough comes from the Asian parents. I personally believe that TR gets it just about right for our kids. Yes, they have some boring homework that parents complain is "teaching to the test." They also have a large dose of projects, many of which they have a choice of topic. My children have given presentations on topics ranging from quantitative-easing to Meg Whitman's nanny-gate issues during the election. DIVERSITY: Statistics have very broad categories like "Asian" but you should know there is no one country what dominates the school. Asian includes Chinese, Korean, Indian, and Iranian in nearly equal doses. I am a white parent and I am thrilled that my children go to such an incredibly diverse school with so many caring and competent teachers. You will have a hard time finding a better school if you have bright hard working kids. If your children struggle academically, TR may not be the right place for you

- submitted by a parent
October 11, 2010
BE CAREFUL PARENTS - This school targets few kids and pressure their parent to sign them for ESPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM just to get some STATE FUNDING. School arrange a nurse to watch your child behavior and make up a false story of your child. School gather few teachers and arrange few meeting. Most of these teacher don't even know you child. These are few techniques school uses to trap your kid for state funding. PARENTS: IF YOU BELIEVE YOUR KID IS NORMAL, PLEASE DON'T GET TRAPPED INTO THIS ESPECIAL EDUCATION SCHEME.

- submitted by a parent
September 25, 2010
Turtle Rock is an excellent school. We joined the school in Feb 2009 and have found the curriculum to be challenging and stimulating. Most of the staff are dedicated teachers who bring out the best in the students. The principal is friendly and approachable. The parental involvement at this school is huge, fostering a great sense of community. We are very pleased with Turtle Rock. Awesome school!

- submitted by a parent
September 23, 2010
Knowing the high API score of this school, if parents want kids to have more fun, it would be better to send them to other good Irvine schools. Turtle Rock has nice and positive culture that the students can be proud of being part of the school. Teachers are doing a great job reinforcing what they teach in the class by having the students do the homework so that they will retain what they learned in the class. My daughter is in the APAAS class and she has changed very positively. I think this school stays on top because of its positive culture and teachers know how to motivate the students to better themselves. I am very glad to move my child here.

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2010
I disappointed with this school. The learning process is not on the appropriate level. Teachers care more about score tests than about teaching process. All kids have tutors in other places and have a great skills but there is no any challenge for them in this school.It is just waist of time.

- submitted by a parent
June 22, 2010
I will be honest about what I observed as just a parent of TRock. Number 1, world view. This will be pushed from the youngest age, constantly over and over. Recycle, the ice caps are melting etc. OK, two, the kids are KIDS. I think somewhere between the test scores and prestige this fact is forgotten. Where is the FUN? It is also forgotten and replaced with the school's own agenda. Just talk with a student about it and see their response. Bottom line, great place to be a teacher, not so great a place to be a KID. Again this based on my limited observations while my child was attending.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2010
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- submitted by a student
April 17, 2010
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- submitted by a teacher
April 17, 2010
I, too, am a teacher at this school and find it to be a wonderfully diverse learning setting, unlike anywhere in OC. I teach primary and strive everyday to make my classroom a supportive, fun, thought-provoking place. I know that TR is a very academic place. Having taught in a very different district before Irvine, I think IUSD is a great district and TR is an example of that. We are fortunate to have district art, the Art Masters program, and a super music program. I was sad to read comments from unhappy parents. I truly work very hard to make TR a welcoming place, where thinking and learning are more valued than test scores. It seems like many of the issues in the prior comments had to do with the CA Dept of Ed's policies as much as the school's. I agree that there are too many students in K.

- submitted by a teacher
February 26, 2010
I am a teacher at this school. I have experience at 5 different schools in Irvine. All are good with varying degrees, but Turtle Rock is outstanding. I can confidently say every teacher is extremely qualified and good at what they do. Regarding parents comments about curriculum and homework not being creative, much of that was taken out of our hands once the state adopted conformity with expectations and state standards. Most of us try to add creative elements as we can, but it is extremely difficult. With the budget cuts, be prepared for less opportunity for creativity. Teachers are going to be spread thin with 30 students in primary classrooms. Thank goodness for the wonderful parent support and volunteers. Although the future looks dismal, the TR community will find a way to do what is best for the students. This is a fabulous school for all

- submitted by a teacher
January 01, 2010
My kid was in the 1st grade. In 2008 we moved to Bellevue, WA. He continues to be in what is considered one of the best Elementary Schools here. The school here has all the gadgets (such as SmartBoard) in the class. Nevertheless, when compared in entirety Turtle Rock is a notch better. I personally do not think it is wrong in giving homework to kids at this age - the question is how much is too much. At TR my kid used to get homework in varied topics - it made it interesting. Some amount of repetitive work is good, after all 'practice makes perfect'. The teachers are very sincere in the both the schools. I guess it is the framework imposed by the School District that differentiates. Parent involvment is more in Bellevue esp in Fund raising - parents in TR should get invovled in this and other activities.

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2009
TR is an outstanding school, a top school in Orange County. It's tops because of the awesome kids, parents, and teachers. Turtle Rock, ROCKS!

- submitted by a community member
September 16, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2009
I am very disappointed with this so called top school, the staff are obsessed with keeping the school scores high, it is our feeling that the children are treated as objects to this end. The class sizes are too large, way too much homework accompanies the children which the staff requires the parents to teach; I have a strong desire to assist in the teaching process of my children but not be the prime mover. The homework is repetitive and unchallenging for the children, I find no aspects of creativity encouraged, simply put, the children are being taught to pass tests. Never has my child returned home from school and described the day as fun or interesting. The attitude of the staff are that if the student doesn t represent a perfect pass level for there class or grade they should be held back, I and several other parents, feel that this is being done to raise the test average. I for one will not be allowing my children to be subjected to this wholly inadequate school at the next grade, I would recommend any future students parents to think twice before enrolling here, unless they want a child to be a poorly educated but fine test passer for the appallingly self centered staff and school.

- submitted by a parent
January 19, 2009
Turtle Rock used to be the finest elementary school in Irvine with their old principal and staff. Unfortunately, the school has been going downhill ever since Sharon Adele retired, and was replaced with ChrisAnn Shane, who closed off the campus to parents and got rid of all the fundraisers (they needed to put ads on the front of the school directories to pay for printing). The APAAS program, especially 6th Grade, went downhill after the four original teachers retired. APAAS used to be based on a higher quality of work and thinking skills. Now it just increases the workload on students, and doesn't prepare them well for later years of school.

- submitted by a parent
August 30, 2008
As a parent that has been in the school for a few years and with chidren going from Montessori to Turtle Rock, I believe that the academic curriculum, though unchallenging for Montessori children in lower grades, do get more challenging in upper grades. There are upper grade teachers, my child was in one, who gets the challenge because of the teacher in 5th grade - she was fantastic as was most of the 5th grade classes last year. Having volunteered in the classroom, I do know that children are taught how to solve the subject questions before homework assignment so if the child does not seem to know how to answer the questions, I would question if the child was paying attention in class? My child did and I normally do not help her with her homework, except for some of the GATE work which is more challenging which is what I expected of GATE. I have to agree that I was not as fortunate with the teacher in 4th grade.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 26, 2008
I had heard much about this school but my child has been there for 2 years now and I'm disappointed. They do not teach students, how to think. Only how to memorize certain facts or details, presumably those important for standardized test. My child attended a Montessori kindergarten and I found that the learning skills in that kindergarten to be far superior to 1st or 2nd grade in Turtle Rock

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2008
I find it sad that parents are saying that all the school cares about are standardized test. It is a wonderful school where the students are challenged and taught well. Compared with other schools, the curriculum pushes the kids to achieve more without putting stress on them. The staff are very helpful and will take the time to help the kids with all their needs. My daughter loves the school.

- submitted by a parent
March 08, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
January 14, 2008
Turtle Rock really isn't what we expected, most teachers are not good with kids they take much investigations about the personal life of kid's family, too much homeworks and don't explain enough, the principal just pretends to help but really just take care the prestigiuos school. Some teachers usually take preferences between students, and ethnic racial, they like perfect students but they are not perfect teachers, some others teachers are good and kind but the most not good with kids. too much discrimintarion too, we found since four years we really don't like this prestigious school.

- submitted by a parent
August 04, 2007
Lower grades at TR are great, with some wonderful teachers. Upper grades are a huge disappointment. Overall, the scores seem to be much more a result of the demographics plus parental tutelage, not the classroom teaching. The upper grade teachers are very reluctant to differentiating instruction (the GATE activities are minimal).

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2007
We have been at Turtle Rock for a year having attended several different schools over the years as we have moved about. Our experience at Turtle Rock has been very positive, we have found the teaching to be excellent and the activities challenging, innovative and interesting. The atmosphere is nurturing and positive. Our daughter has responded very well to the high expectations and encouragement.

- submitted by a parent
May 22, 2007
Turtle Rock has gone downhill over the past few years with the new principal. The old sense of community is gone--parents are banished from the school grounds before and after school, except for occasional 'after-school socials' that few parents or kids bother to attend. Many long-time parents have simply given up and are just waiting for their kids to move on to middle school--or, they're leaving for other elementary schools. Although the lower grades are pretty good (too many kids in kindergarten, though), the upper grades leave a lot to be desired. Too much homework, way too much time spent preparing for the standardized tests by which the school is ranked and judged, and too little thinking. Previous comments about worksheets and filling in the blanks are correct. The goal is to have the kids score well, not think well--the two don't necessarily go hand in hand. Disappointing.

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2007
I completely agree with the latest response (aforementioned). Turtle rock is too pre-occupied with scores and not enough student attention. There is way too much homework assignments and majority of the assignments have to be taught by parents at all times. The teachers expect parents to teach the students rather than just aiding the homeworks. Where has the quality of teaching gone? From my personal experience, the principal and teachers are not on the right page with the needs of the kids and the schooling experience. I will not send my child to turtle rock going forward...It's a sad institution for kids looking to enjoy the schooling experience.

- submitted by a parent
February 28, 2007
My child attended Turtle Rock, and I am one parent who is less than thrilled. Yes the kids score high, but sometimes that seems that's all they care about. There is very little time for art, music, or fun. (They say they have a great art program, but it's really art appreciation, and is about 8 times/year). There is WAY too much homework. And way too much of the work both at school and at home is repetitive and filling in blanks. There is very little emphasis on creativity. The kids never learn to write essays, just paragraphs answering simple questions. Maybe this is inevitable due to the large class sizes. My child was a good student (GATE) and did learn, but frankly, I often felt depressed by her school experience. Maybe all Irvine schools are this way... I'm trying Vista Verde with my younger child.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2007
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- submitted by a administrator
November 30, 2006
This is our second year at Turtle Rock and we are proud to be in such a great school where students, faculty, and parents work together to bring out the best in every student. I personally would like for the school to have supervised after school free time for the children so they can play. Great atmosphere.

- submitted by a parent
May 23, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2006
Turtle rock is a great school. My child enjoys going to school. Even though we were new to this place, they made her feel welcome and the teacher is extremely helpful and affectionate and helped my daughter adjust well. The office is very busy all the time.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 08, 2006
Turtle rock elementary is a good school. The teachers are helpful and friendly. My daughter enjoys school.

- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2006
Turtle Rock is a great school, with a strong all around academic curriculum, very dedicated teachers, and an extraordinary parent involvement. The school has a very active PTA that helps provide the school with wonderful music and art specialists. The upper grade music program is oustanding (especially strings).There is also an extensive after school enrichment program (ACE)that offers classes in art, sports, science, languages, chess,etc. It is a large elementary school, however, and children who are slow learners may feel ovelwhelmed and may have a bit of a hard time catching up with the pace of the rich curriculum.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 17, 2006
Academic programs are strong, and as well as the availbility of music program, arts sports and other extracurricular activities. Parent involvment and volunteer opportunities are strong.

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2006
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- submitted by a former student
November 28, 2005
Turtle Rock is a great school. But At times I feel that they push the students to be very competative and it can be damaging to young egos. Also, they currently are having PTA meetings during the day, which is difficult for working parents to be able to participate. Great school with high standards, but seem to be very concerned about thier ratings than the actual place a student might be at. Also, it can be very difficult working with the office.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2005
it's an excellent school. the teacher is knowledgable.

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2005
Great 6th Grade Teachers. Excellent Arts Program, and a gret English Program.

- submitted by a former student
August 23, 2005
Excellent academic school with a much more diverse population than Bonita Canyon due to the UCI demographics. Fantastic elementary school experience for all my children with a great academic preparation for University High School.

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August 20, 2005
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July 15, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
June 18, 2005
This school is highly academic. Very involved parents and teachers. Wonderful, challenging teachers.

- submitted by a parent
May 21, 2005
Test scores and conformity come first, creativity and individual growth a distant second at this school. This is a highly structured, top-down environment, and is unlikely to suit a child with a creative mind or an independent spirit.

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May 08, 2005
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April 30, 2005
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April 27, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2005
Good School. Lots of activies for kids.

- submitted by a parent
January 30, 2005
My son attended K - 4th grade at TurtleRock Elementary. His experience here was excellent. I was extremely impressed with the teachers and their interest in the kids. Cory was challenged yet had fun.

- submitted by a parent
January 30, 2005
My son attended K - 4th grade at TurtleRock Elementary. His experience here was excellent. I was extremely impressed with the teachers and their interest in the kids. Cory was challenged yet had fun.

- submitted by a parent
October 21, 2004
Great community and teachers. Love it!

- submitted by a parent
December 04, 2003
My children love being in this school. They can't wait to go to school in the morning. Turtle Rock is a place for learning and for playing. It is a happy place for them. I am very proud of what Turtle Rock has achieved!

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2003
I am a teacher at this school and I think this school is the greatest. All of our teachers are so qualified and wonderful and we are lucky to have such supportive parents. Also, we have the best students! Turtle Rock is a great place to learn!

- submitted by a teacher
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Turtle Rock Elementary School
5151 Amalfi Drive, Irvine, CA  92603
(949) 936-6250
Last modified Turtle Rock Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades K-6. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 10 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Turtle Rock Elementary School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 65 reviews. Top