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530 18th Street
Oakland, CA 94612

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February 18, 2014
Our motivated and quirky kid entered OSA sick of school, saddened by being bullied; disgusted with the rudeness and immaturity of the students at our local middle school. She found at OSA: supportive classmates...a caring mentor...committed teachers...a refuge and a place where she bonded with others and where it was okay to be ambitious and worldly. She graduated from OSA in three years and entered UC Santa Cruz this fall--so far is earning straight A's there. Parent involvement is turbo charged.

- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2013
As a student at OSA, I can tell you that isn't a horrible school. Although I do not like it myself, that does not mean that it isn't the right fit for you or your child. But that being said, it is (like many have stated previously) poorly managed. I have had issues with another student of sexual harassment that was NOT handled to the extent that it should have been. The teachers are either outstanding or very mediocre, and behavior and dress code is brushed aside despite the facade that they are enforced. But, while the administration is lacking, the arts are far from it. The students that are really passionate about art excel to above college standards, and even the kids who don't apply themselves as much in art either drastically improve or are given a new view on their emphasis. Teachers incorporate a specific students' emphasis to help them understand their academic studies, and the arts are taken very very seriously. This is the right fit for a child with a strong adoration for their art, even if they aren't the sharpest pencil in the box.

- submitted by a community member
July 30, 2013
This school is great for the arts. Small, safe, and engaging for students of all walks of life. Great kids and very safe! Excellent parent involvement. I hope my daughter stays here for high school :)

- submitted by a parent
July 30, 2013
Great school! My daughter loves the vocal department and looks forward to performing every year. She is starting 8th grade, is very happy and doing very well academically.

- submitted by a parent
November 21, 2012
Our daughter is a 7th-grade theater student in her second year at OSA. She came to OSA from a top-flight Oakland public elementary school, and her transition to the frenetic, hyper-creative, largely indoor, combined middle- and high-school atmosphere at OSA was somewhat stressful at first. She's settled in now, though, and neither she nor we would trade the OSA experience for any other; her academic education has been more than satisfactory and her arts education has been extraordinary. Her teachers, both academic and arts, are passionate, fair, well educated, and very intelligent. As a result of the creative collaborations she's been a part of, she has a very diverse friend pool that extends from sixth to twelfth graders, from Alameda to Livermore to Richmond to Brentwood. One of our fondest hopes in sending her to OSA was that her middle school social and cultural life would be founded in creative collaboration rather than superficial judgmentalism; so far, so good.

- submitted by a parent
October 04, 2012
I agree with the previous parent, OSA is like FAME on streroids. If you have a artistic child, this is the place from them to grow not just as a artisit but a active participant in a evolving community. Yes, theres the great, good, bad and just dreadful in every community. Thats where we come in as parents. Prepare your kids to be challenged. To be heard. Acknowledge that sometimes the only thing you can change is yourself. OSA has been a refuge for my A student whose grown academically, emotionally and professionally. Yes! Each child is working at a craft. It is really inspiring to watch. So don't be discouraged by negative reviews check the school out for yourself. Work with the amazing staff for yourself. Sometimes it really works others times not so great. Overall, it's worth it to have this level of professional training at a public charter school!!

- submitted by a parent
August 14, 2012
My child has been attending OSA for 3 years now, going on her 4th. I am impressed with school overall and recommend it to anyone looking for an alternative school for their artistic, unique child. The Academic program has gone through changes, but I see improvement each year, and the one bad year, with one bad teacher, they addressed it quickly. When my child's math seemed to be overwhelming, I was able to email, call and visit with the teacher to figure out options on how to improve. There is a lot of parent involvement opportunities and I encourage you to be part of it, so your voice is heard. It is a family like experience for the kids. Yes, it is also shows the typical attributes of a regular school and all its issues, but with a principal walking the halls and insisting that he gets to know the kids by face and name says a lot also! It's like FAME on steroids!

- submitted by a parent
June 14, 2012
Our daughter just completed 6th grade in visual arts. It was a big change from a small elementary school, but she was supported by both her art emphasis teachers and academic teachers. There seems to be a joy in the halls of OSA that I haven't encountered other places. A number of the kids seem to be struggling with math, and the school and parent community are working hard to improve tutoring opportunities, particularly in math and writing. Hopefully this effort will continue and expand.

- submitted by a parent
December 09, 2011
There are many positive aspects to this school. However, there are some negative aspects also. The math proficiency scores for the school are frighteningly low. If your student struggles in math, don't expect this school to help him/her. The proficiency rating in math is around 25% - meaning only 25% of the students are proficient in their grade level of math. Which is appalling. Certain teachers are problematic in that they are so wrapped up on their special causes, it can lead them to be unfair. My student has been called out and reprimanded for asking questions about the class structure. This same teacher has acted in a discriminatory manner based on race. The emphasis teachers are not on campus for the entire school day. This shortened day with the multitude of activities in the school pretty much guarantee that it can be impossible to contact or talk to certain teachers. The schools is excellent at painting a very rosy picture, but there are some serious issues to considered when sending your child here.

- submitted by a parent
November 01, 2011
My son had been struggling socially at other schools since kindergarten which has affected his academics greatly. He is now and has always been an individual which has always made it harder for him to "fit in". He has worried what others think of him and if they like him, which has always distracted him and made it harder for him to focus on his school work. He has been bullied and left out so much it has been heart breaking to watch. This school has been the first place ever that he has fit in. He has (100s of) friends, his grades have improved and he actually WANTS to go to school. He says it is "like camp" . The school really has taken him under their wing. They do not tolerate bullying. The school is like a big family that looks out for each other. The kids are amazing. They all remind me of my son.. amazing, creative, loving and talented. The academics are great. My friends who have kids in top Oakland public schools and I have compared work and OSA is ahead in all areas of study. I am amazed that a school like this exists. It is a dream come true for our family. If your child is artistic and struggling to fit in in other schools I HIGHLY recommend this school! :)

- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2011
My daughter is entering high school and has spent two years at OSA in middle school. Although the school has challenges to strengthen its academics, especially at the high school level, the overall experience has been very positive for her. The students and most of the teachers are very passionate about their arts emphasis and overall learning.

- submitted by a parent
August 13, 2011
Our daughter is entering 8th grade at OSA -- We are very pleased with her experience at OSA- Amazing what can be done in a public charter school with great leadership and vision- She has exceled both academically and within her vocal emphasis - It is a diverse environment - which contributes to the learning experience.

- submitted by a parent
June 17, 2011
This school is such a joke, poor academics, out of control GHETTO KIDS! and only a handful of good teachers who truly care about their students. I would not recommend this school to anyone. I'm so glad that i'm not going back to OSA. Just how many of these kids really go onto a four year college? They never say. Parents beware!!!

- submitted by a community member
March 21, 2011
My daughter has attended the school for 3years now. We were pleased and enthusiastic about being at such a wonderful school and being part of the instrumental department. With the recent restructuring of this department during the middle of the school year was quite disruptive. I also feel that security is also an issue in and around the school. Lastly the school should really look in to bullying. I think they have a closed mind and blind eye to this topic. It actually goes on and no one seems to care

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2011
My child is in their 2nd [and last] year at OSA. We have been very unhappy (mildly stated) with the Instrumental Music Department. My child (and classmates) are openly mocked and humiliated by teachers. My child has had grades entered, then lowered, without explanation. My child (and others) are actually told the school has a waiting list of kids who are probably better musicians and that they could easily be replaced. There was a petition, signed by Instrumental Music families, which addressed these same concerns and experiences. I participated in Instrumental Music Department meetings for families where these concerns and experiences were discussed. My child reports some improvement and less humiliation, but no longer has trust in the teachers. No school polices have been enacted to ensure that a respectful, encouraging learning environment will be created and maintained. Parents' only true recourse is to remove their children from the school, which we are doing, and as over 20% of Instrumental Music families did last year. The shame is the school has some outstanding academic teachers who go above and beyond to help the kids.

- submitted by a parent
December 15, 2010
I agree with the student who states the children should post their reviews. This is my son's second year at OSA and he loves this school. If your child is showing interests in any of the arts emphasis you will not be disappointed. It fees so good to see a group of kids that have the opportunity to work as pre professionals. Mr Savage is no joke (in love) he has high expectations for the students in his emphasis and is even harder on them with regards to their academics. If you do not maintain the proper GPA your child will not participate in the school events. I LOVE OSA!!!!

- submitted by a parent
October 20, 2010
This is our first year at OSA and our last. This school is by far not what it is stating to be. Do your research before you send your children here and talk to other parents who kids attend this school. Fighting in the streets at the corner of the Fox theater, have seen this take place at least 3 times. NO SECURITY!!!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 18, 2010
My daughter is new to OSA this year, and has found the school community to be extremely supportive and positive. The communication between the school and the parents is far superior to our past experiences with public school. It's a nurturing environment for students who have a passion for art! If you have a child who is passionate about their art, I highly recommend this school.

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April 20, 2010
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January 18, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
October 18, 2009
I attend OSA and this is my second year. I think the curriculum offered is one of the best in the state, and the teachers do an excellent job. The academics are very well explained and each emphasis or major is taught and refined exemplary. Some parents may not agree with the wide acceptance of diversity, culture, religion and especially sexual orientation, however this school would be a wonderful choice for any school wishing to hone their talents and skills.

- submitted by a student
September 08, 2009
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- submitted by a teacher
April 30, 2009
I am a student at osa and i love it. Some parents may not understand but then again they don't go here. I think the students should rate the school. They are the ones being educated here. I love it here. The people and the arts. Its fun and better then most oakland schools. I would much rather be here then at any other school

- submitted by a student
March 05, 2009
My child has been at OSA for four years now and I have seen a tremendous growth in the school and in my child. My daughter is excelling and focused on success and her future! There is only so much inspiration a parent can share. It is a reality that children are influenced by their peers and what a great environment OSA is for inspiring success! The academics- great and the arts- phenominal!

- submitted by a parent
March 05, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2009
Now that we made it into the Fox Theater, our dream has come true, a real performing arts school in Oakland! It is such a joy to see how this school came up from the portables in the middle of San Pablo Avenue to the Fox Theater. This school can now demonstrate all that it has to give back to the community in a state of the art building! The kids are happy to wake up and go to school. It's a dream come true for Oakland! I invite you all to come see for yourself, as there are plenty of performances to choose from. The kids come from different cities bringing diverse talent!

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February 11, 2009
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February 02, 2009
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- submitted by a community member
December 29, 2008
I am aware that OSA has had some trouble in the past, but as a new family this year, those days seem far behind. We couldn't be happier in this school. The teachers and administrators are amazingly dedicated and the diverse student body creates such a rich climate. Our high-achieving kids are being challenged and offered special activities to enrich their education. We really couldn t ask for more in a school, and are happy to have found it before the relocation to the new Fox since I m sure it will be much harder to gain acceptance in the future!

- submitted by a parent
October 13, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2008
This school an average because I have already experienced (please don't take offense to what I say, it's how I feel) a mediocre attitude (as most in Northern Cal) towards an artist career. What I mean is, that if your kid is an artist, I'm sure most of them would love to persue it out of school too. I know mine does. Especially since OSA has no cheerleading, sports. Mine is an actor & being one, you have to audition & work (to keep training) and that means on school days too. But the Dir of Student Affairs doesn't seem to realize that. It seems that the fear is that an absence there is a loss of money. If that is so, why do professional sets have studio teachers. Studio teachers are in place to ensure a child is keeping up w/ school & credit the students. Just a thought.

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2008
I have a sixth grader at this school. Yes, it's the first year. And so for so good. My child loves this school ever since she knew of it. As a child who dreams and at the sametime strives to be a performer, feels really benefited and grateful to even have been accepted at this school. My child has come to me on many occassions to tell me how great and accepting every student seems to be. Which is something my child did not have at the previous public school my child attended. As a parent, so far it's been okay for me. I have noticed that there is a small lack of organization. But I suspect that will be all worked out when the school moves.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 01, 2008
I have had two sons attending OSA for the past 4 years. It has been quite rocky in the past with bad Leadership qualities, but I'm SO happy with our new head of school. Plus, it obviously trickles down to the teachers as there is no turnover this year. The kids are happy at this school as they get to practice the things they love on a daily basis. This is a school where as a parent you don't have to worry about the safety of your children. We are so lucky to have a school like this in Oakland. If you have an artistic child,BRING THEM HERE!

- submitted by a parent
August 28, 2008
I am a 11th grade student who would've been attending her 3rd year at OSA, but sadly I was obligated to pull out. And when I say sadly I mean extremely sadly. I met my family there, all of the students are extremely accepting and I love all of whom I am happy to call my friends. Sure there is a history of high teacher turn-over, but ALL of the academic teachers from lat year are still loyally teaching there. Honors and AP classes are beginning to make an appearance, and they are going to be moving into the FOX THEATRE! I really can't see how this school can go anywhere but up and I will bed doing my bet to return.

- submitted by a student
July 31, 2008
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- submitted by a community member
June 24, 2008
sure this school isn't for everyone but after 9 years of a so-called racially diverse 'Inner city' private school.. we were so ready for this experience. My daughter has loved this place since she first laid eyes on it. it's real.. and real can be really scary for some. Don't be scared your kid will love it. performances whether my kid is dancing or not I am moved to tears

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 24, 2008
I have been going to osa since i was in sixth grade im now in eighth grade. I feel that yes the administration is rocky but it is going to be with all the changes that keep happening. Like the languege classes i have had 7 different teachers in the past three years. 3 Differnt visual arts emphasis and 2 different directors. But i feel that the school is at rock bottom as organization goes but it has the best star test results in all of oakland and i feel if you are afraid of alittle instability then dont go there. You could just go some were else and have your kid be a below average student or go to osa and have your kid learn in a fun invironment were you will find so much spirit in the teachers your student will want to and will learn.

- submitted by a student
December 13, 2007
Incredibly dedicated teahers. Wonderful exposure through the school to Jazz and R&B superstars; a very safe campus; Dynamic kids. A celebration of diversity.

- submitted by a parent
December 10, 2007
I am freshman at OSA and i have been going there since 7th grade. I have seen so many teachers and admin changed! We have recently changed to our 4th director. I feel lucky to go this school whenever I go to performance because they rock but otherwise I am embarrassed and dissappointed. The seniors and alumni are not comforting and I have gotten mixed messeges. Overall, OSA is a good school if you are passionate about what you do but many kids arent and it definately shows. I think the faculty could be a lot more organized or at least make it so the chaos is not so obvious.

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December 10, 2007
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- submitted by a student
no rating September 27, 2007
Where else in Oakland are you going to get an extensive arts program. Especially MUSIC! DANCE! THEATRE! VISUAL ARTS! If you are truly interested in these courses and cannot afford private school, then this IS the school. If your child is not self-motivated, this may not be the school for you. All schools have complaints about administration and teachers. Have you been to any Oakland Unified School District Meetings lately? My daughter is a 7th grader and she loves it? In part because the arts emphasis makes school fun. It makes going to school fun. It makes going to math, english and history fun. What great memories you can create for your child. School was FUN! Learning is FUN! Academics improve when a child wants to come to school. With the new director, things are looking up.

- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2007
Since Jerry Brown has left the school has been in a downward spiral. The behavior of the students is uncontrolled. The dress code is unenforced. The parent are not kept informed and even though the administration asks for help there is a feeling of 'stay out' that exists.

- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2007
My 7th grade daughter has completed one year at the school. Having read every other review posted at this point, I agree with comments about the administration not being open or communicative with parents and students. I am actually a fairly involved parent--go to meetings, on committees,etc.-- and still feel 'on the fringe' at times. However, I believe positive change is on the horizon. Because the student community is very supportive, and the academics are decent, my child is continuing. With more administrative communication, and more students being given the chance to perform (I will say the same kids tend to get the lead roles and vocals) the school will end up being first class. So, if you want to get in at the ground level and help develop it--this is the school for your family.

- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2007
I am a sophmore in the Visual Arts emphsis, and I have, for the most part, been enjoying my time here! I have met some wonderul people and have been getting a good education. Students who are self-motivated will go well here, because there is not always enough communication between the admin. and the students. Teacher turnover rate is high, especially in the Romance Languages department. Discipline is good; not very many fights at all! This is a great school for teens who don't feel safe in a 'normal' high school, especially teens who are LGBT. There is a wonderful accepting atmosphere for diversity. OSA is still a new school, and is going through 'growing pains', so students must be flexible and be willing to change (I have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder; this is a little difficult for me). Commute is fairly convenient, very close to 19th st. BART.

- submitted by a student
May 04, 2007
I am a student at OSA, and even though I am some what unhappy with the way the school is being run, and many students have left because of the academics and the administration, I like being an OSA student. I know that I would never get an art education like this at a regular high school, and I feel I can be myself with out having to worry about not being accepted. The student body is a family and we help each other out, the teachers are right there with us, and many of us have found a way to work with the problems we face, and isn't that what life is? Making the problems work? We aren't just being schooled so we can go to college, we are learning how to live in this world.

- submitted by a student
March 01, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
February 27, 2007
I graduated from Oakland School for the Arts in the spring of 2006 and I am now attending Columbia University in New York City. While it is true that OSA has gone through some growing pains over the last five years, I would never have gone anywhere else. That being said, OSA is not a school for everyone. Students that thrive there are self-motivated, curious, and flexible. Because OSA is not quite settled it is important that students are willing to work as part of a team, rather than taking a self-centered outlook on their education. While this is hard for some people to understand,the benefits of being a productive and positive participant in the success of the school as a whole give students skills that prepare them for their future and give them a strong sense of community and family within the school.

- submitted by a former student
October 25, 2006
Horrible administration. They are probably only worried about filling the quota and retaining them to look good.

- submitted by a teacher
October 24, 2006
Pulled my son out after one year in eighth grade. Horrible administrators! Would not recommend school unless entire overhaul of administration is done.

- submitted by a parent
October 18, 2006
The academics are terrible, there is no communication between anyone and the administration is ridiculous. It is sad to see comments from children whose parents listened and removed their children from this school.

- submitted by a parent
September 19, 2006
My daughter graduated in the first class of 2006 from Oakland School For the Arts. We will be eternally grateful for the opportunities she was given, the education she received and the care she got from the administration and staff. No high school is perfect, and a new one has a straight uphill challenge to establish itself. This school was exceptional for our family. Our seniors were accepted to the full range of colleges from east coast Ivy League to arts academies to universities and community colleges, many receiving scholarships. Our students were seen as interesting, accomplished in their art, capable of interacting with adults effectively, and with goals and aspirations. Believe me when I tell you that this is not the typical case in college admissions! This special school and its students deserve as much support as parents can give. It is not a typical school and it produces greatness.

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2006
This school isn't managed very well.

- submitted by a parent
August 23, 2006
This school is a total mess. It is organized poorly and the administration is at times unapproachable. The kids suffer.

- submitted by a administrator
August 14, 2006
It is one of the best schools that my children could go to in their lives.

- submitted by a former student
July 27, 2006
My son has been attending OSA for 2yrs now. He loves the school. He has been disappointed in some of the staffs being let go. There is a lot to work through with how the school is run and have quality teachers that will stay longer than one year. I wanted to take my child out because I am unhappy with the way the school operators but my son does not want to leave. He is getting what he wants out of school. There is no other place where he can learn all the things he needs to to be head of his peer when in college. He is a visual art student and is willing to put up with all the problems in order to accomplish his goal. So we will let him stay because he is deicated to his work and enjoys it.

- submitted by a parent
May 30, 2006
Oakland School for the Arts may 'seem' like a good school, but really isn't. The Administration does not like to keep the lines of communication open between themselves, the parents, and the staff. OSA likes to give off a strong 'do what I say' type of message to the parents, and students. Instead of working together as a team, parents must fight to learn vital information.

- submitted by a student
May 10, 2006
There is a lack of communication between parents and staff. The Director does not have open door policy, nor do the principals. The teachers are not happy.

- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2006
Teacher and student turnover is extremely high. Our experience has been that the director and the board only want to showcase the 'best of breed' in order to raise funds for the school without regard to the artistic development of all the students.

- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2006
Allright school, in the ghetto though, ap classes are good.

- submitted by a student
February 12, 2006
New school. Big turnover in teachers. I think that the main problem is management some of the people heading the departments.

- submitted by a parent
January 20, 2006
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- submitted by a former student
January 15, 2006
As a new charter school OSA needs time and true leadership to see how their students will compare to other Oakland Unified District students.

- submitted by a administrator
October 28, 2005
This school is going through growing pains. The quality of the academics is uneven. The teacher turnover continual. On the otherhand, the student community is exceptional.

- submitted by a parent
October 04, 2005
I attend this school and I can tell you that everyone here has super big egos and everyone thinks they are better than everyone else. THere are no fights but if it were a regular public school, we would have a fight just about a fight every day. This is academically unstable and the administration is unjust. I'm not just saying this because I'm a student. In Literary Arts, we don't even have a teacher and academic wise, I feel like I won't be able to go to college becaus they keep screwing things up. We may have high scores but if you send your child here, I can tell you now that child will not be happy and life shouldn't be about just having good grades. Your child should go to a school where you know they'll be happy. You can even ask the teachers what they think!

- submitted by a student
October 01, 2005
Do not attend this school. There are some very good teachers there, but they're like goldfish. If the administration thinks students are getting attached, they won't hesitate to drop them. They rule with an iron fist. If you are considering enrollment, reconsider. It's just not the smart thing to do.

- submitted by a former student
September 10, 2005
I have been attending Oakland for the Arts for about a week now and I have to say that I really like it. The hours are long and your student has to be devoted to the art they chose, but the school is really unique. The classes are interesting and the other students are friendly. I have yet to run across cliques, drugs, sex, alcohol or any of the other common high school problems. The school is a little unorganized, but the teachers and students are friendly and the arts emphasis can be very demanding--for example, the Literary Arts students have to prepare a newspaper every two weeks.

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September 02, 2005
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August 09, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2005
The academic programs are great, in spite of the fact the school has a high turnover of teachers. The students and teachers seemed devoted to getting a quality education for the students. The school is geared toward all sorts of Arts programs so if your child is very artsy this is the school for you. Sports are not stressed and that is just find for most artsy types. My student does not miss the sports at all, becauses the school has lots of physical activities, such as dance. The school is a very good school

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February 23, 2005
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October 29, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2004
Oakland School For The Arts is a new school, however they strive towards perfection inorder to ensure children exceed expectations in the arts as well as academically. My child has learned and grown in this environment, however there is room for a more robust academic curriculum, which will prepare students for college. Also, students should receive more praise and recognition for their projects and personal accomplishments, especially in the arts. Parental involvement is extreme and caring. With this combination, the school and the students cannot help but to succeed beyond their limitations, making their dreams an eventual reality.

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Oakland School For The Arts
530 18th Street, Oakland, CA  94612
(510) 873-8800
Last modified Oakland School For The Arts is a Charter school that serves grades 6-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Oakland School For The Arts Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 73 reviews.