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Sacramento Learning Tree Academy

Private | K-12 | 20 students

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Posted June 30, 2014

Three stars!? REALLY? I wonder how all the parents who have removed their kids from this place in the last dreadful year would rate it now.


Posted January 27, 2014

Lighting system in the middle school/high school side is out. There are lamps everywhere and Christmas lights around the white board. When I told them it might be a distraction for my autistic child she said she would get used to it and she has been putting Christmas lights up for 30 years. The other side has adequate lighting, but the follow through upon giving the children an instruction was poor. Also, they were being asked "are you ready to work now?" and "are you tired?" instead of just giving concrete instructions such as "get your pencils. Turn to page 33" Their aren't enough peer roll models for those with children of special needs. There was not a point/reward or discipline system either. I'm going to look elsewhere.
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Posted January 23, 2014

Sacramento Learning Tree is a great school. The Porta potty was for soccer practice that had approximately 100 kids each weeknight and weekends to utilize. I have two children attending this school. Ms. Martin is effective and a great teacher. My kindergartner is excelling because of her patience, and her teaching qualities, she is an excellent teacher. As for Ms. Woody, my 7th grader is in her class. Ms. Woody as a few special needs children in her class, and she also has infinite patience and understanding. I don't know who this reviewer is...but if you want your children to go to a great school...this is the one.
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6550 Filbert Avenue
Orangevale, CA 95662
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Phone: (916) 834-3725

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