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Riverside, CA
Students enrolled: 285
Before care: No
After care: Yes

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6696 Via Vista Drive
Riverside, CA 92506

(951) 780-1616
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December 07, 2014
Pretty pathetic when you hear a teacher tell her students that they can't play on the lawn because of the dog "poop". How sick and disgusting! Get rid of the dogs if your not going to clean up after them. The school is no place for them.

- submitted by a parent
October 30, 2014
Who saw the stupid email sent out by the administration, stating how the purchase of the winter program tickets would take place? And of course, let's have the booster club run it! Well, I guess we all know who has the first 10 picks for tickets. If you really want to make thud fair, it should be done by lottery. The names of all the families gets put in a hat and they are drawn, by a neutral third party. Instead, this is once again turning into a game of favoritism.

- submitted by a parent
September 24, 2014
In regards to the booster club...Perhaps concerned parents should try asking those questions to school officials rather than blasting parents who are donating time and effort to improve our school. It's really easy to sit back, pass judgement, and write anonymous reviews in public forums--instead let's try asking educated questions to the appropriate audience. Schools don't want to do everything alone. They embrace supportive parents who strive to make kids academic experiences better. The only issue with our booster club is the lack of support from more parents. I get it-I'm busy too, but it's hypocritical to sit back and criticize when we haven't done anything to help. I'm going to attend a meeting and offer to help. If we work together than we can create a better school for our kids.

- submitted by a parent
July 15, 2014
Upon enrolling my boys into the school I had low expectations based on the reviews but I needed a school that would accommodate my boys in math and English. They are at 3-4th grade level in math in Kumon and other outside tutorials. To my delight, Hawarden Hills met my rigorous academic standards but more importantly I learned that a supportive, caring, and encouraging environment is of utmost importance. The staff, teachers, and students were so caring that I am sad to have to move. If you are looking for a school that will meet your academic needs and will encourage them to explore new things this is the school for you.

- submitted by a parent
May 30, 2014
Hawarden Hills is notorious for promoting students who have not earned it. There have been students this year who have failed miserably, but yet they are still being promoted and allowed to participate in activities they did not earn, alongside the students that have worked hard to obtain these achievements. That is not fair to the students who have worked hard all year. Its ridiculous and should be frowned upon. I guess this to be expected from a school who has parents of students teaching, and a principal who is so loony that students are actually scared of her. Professionalism is low. Education is low. Complete waste of time and money.

- submitted by a parent
February 08, 2014
This school is for the dogs. I had an appointment for a tour of the school with my son, we were greeted by his would be teacher and a half a dozen dogs running loose down the halls ! No leash, kids chasing them and yelling ,not to mention the dogs in the office barking and the staff just talking over them like this was the norm.I asked if this was share a dog day or something and she just laughed and said they were just really spoiled. Well I proceeded with the tour which eventually ended at a less then desirable all dirt playground. Come on even dog parks have grass. Needless to say this schools seemed a bit too chaotic and overrun with dogs!

- submitted by a community member
December 29, 2013
My son attended HHA second through fifth grades. The best part about HHA is that they instill academic discipline in their students. For example, if a student does not do his or her homework, he or she receives a consequence that day. Students learn to be consistent. That was helpful for my son who has very good work habits now that he is in eighth grade, attending a public magnet school. One other review commented on the gaps in the math program. I would agree with that comment. We had a problem when he changed schools, but it was resolved. As with most schools, there are variations, and that was true at HHA. However, the administration does do a good job keeping the curriculum consistent. True, this school is not for everyone, and at times HHA may be too conventional, but certainly at the lower grades, they do an excellent job instilling a positive work ethic into the students who attend. In addition, the student body is diverse, and they do not tolerate inappropriate behavior for very long. There is, unfortunately, a bit of favoritism that does go on there. It did not bother me because I am not political. I wanted my son to develop good study habits and he did.

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2013
Those parents who try to compare private with public need to STOP not a valid comparison. I find it funny how some parents take that long to figure out that HHA was not for them and then send messages trying to discourage others from attending. Yet, you have us public educators who have chosen to keep our kids at HHA. We see and understand both systems. FYI Ca has gone away with STAR testing and the idea of having kids in Algebra has also changed. I guess someone figured out that the push to have all 8th graders in Algebra by 8th grade was not happening. Algebra is very complex and at this developmental stage students struggle with this subject. Although, I'm sure there will be a few students in 8th grade in Algebra the push will be in high school which makes so much sense. One other thing, we are beginning a Common Core system but many districts are due for new adoptions in LA and or MATH until I believe 2017! So here we go again. HHA has a sense of family, kids are happy, kids are kids even in 8th grade.YES, you have parents who are teachers and have their kids at HHA or have graduates from HHA that says A LOT! Who counts yearbook pics? Middle school at HHA is amazing and safe!

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2013
We took our youngest out and put them into A public school They were running a 3.8 at Hawarden now there barly able to maintain a 3.0. HHA gave quantity of home work not quality and they don't have ceritfied teachers that know what & how to teach, just moms playing teachers, but there are a couple of teachers that are good there. But the mid school programm is not good now,are kid had so many holes in the math sec. Then there's the grammar dept ect list goes on for middle school. Glad we pulled him out of 6 wish I of done it sooner, our friend kept theirs in the small 8th grade class of six people, & She had excellent grades to, High school has not been as easy as she thought. But this school does work for some people though. I would like to know what the actual percetage of these urban perfesional parents have there kids actaully go to college. By the way when you count all the kids in the 2013 book including preK their is less than 300 kids so that number they came up with is actually from around 07 or 08 they have been losing kids ever year since. There not being honest. Guess they have to pump up themselves alittle.They need to change there mid school & update it.

- submitted by a parent
September 12, 2013
So sorry it took 6-8 years for someone to discover that Hawarden was not for them.Our experience at Hawarden Hills has been very rewarding. We have two children who attended Hawarden kindergarten to eight grade. Our oldest daughter recently graduated from high school will attend her school of choice UCR did extremely well in high school taking honors and AP classes. Our other daughter just graduated from Hawarden. We are confident she will also do well. I would say if your looking for a good private school Hawarden is exceptional. I believe Hawarden s track record speaks for itself. Having a good foundation is very important. The school has a history of students that have excelled and went on to higher learning becoming doctors, lawyers, engineers ect. Our family attended an honor awards ceremony for our oldest daughter. She and all of her classmates who also attended Hawarden received multiple honor awards and all of them were on the honor roll for maintaining a GPA of 3.6-4.0 while attending Poly High. They all started at Hawarden Hills in kindergarten or first grade. They all also received the good citizen award.Hawarden was one of the best investments our family ever made

- submitted by a parent
June 13, 2013
What an appropriate title "Great School", indeed. My child graduated this year from Hawarden with a Great Start in life. Forget the first five, we got the first eight. Besides the awesome caring first rate staff, academic and social skills obtained, my child truly learned to meaning of leadership. And to never cave in to peer pressure, be honest and never follow some idiot out there selling snake oil! "Priceless". Oh, you can tell your child these principals, but mine got the opportunity to live/witness it. Great Choice!

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2013
HHA is the second happiest place on Earth, just behind Disneyland. I had the honor of being educated at HHA from grades 3rd through 8th. I enjoyed this school so much, I rarely missed a day during the time I was there. I feel the education I received at HHA was so solid, there isn't any academic challenge I can't conquer. There was a genuine partnership between my parents and my teachers. This is one of the most unique private schools in Riverside. The Step Mod program accommodates individual learning abilities and academic levels. Geography day introduced me to many different countries and cultures. Performing at the winter programs and giving oral reports gave me the confidence to find my voice, and the debates taught me how to use it. I go back and volunteer every chance I get. HHA is place to learn, grow, and flourish. Thanks to HHA, I've blossomed, and will head off to college in the fall. I feel truly blessed to have had the "Aardvark" experience. God Bless, Gia J.

- submitted by a community member
March 26, 2013
I am giving this school four stars instead of five because of the food. I know it sounds funny but food matters in learning. If kids are pumping junkfood into their bodies, I believe they are also not learning to their full potential. I have no gripes at all about the cariculum, and I LOVE that the kids attednding this school have manners. What I would like to see is a nutrisionist rip the junk out of the school and teach the kids how to eat. A PTA would be nice too.

- submitted by a parent
February 12, 2013
My oldest daughter was entering kindergarten I found Hawarden. She went from kindergarten through middle school she will graduate this year from high school, my youngest daughter followed and still attends there. . The reason I decided to go private. I was at a public school k-5 there for a field trip, my youngest son s class. What I overheard a boy say to a group of girls unprintable, prompted me to look for a private school. Hawarden not only provided a safe and structured environment a bonus. Along with it came a great education. We are well pleased. My oldest son attended public school and is now a doctor but your child s personality matters especially in this day and time so don t look just at the school look at what matters to you and say where will my child flourish better. If your child is attending school anywhere and not being educated free or not it is your responsibility to follow your child's education and not wait years to print how horrible your experience was and how costly. Some children may obtain a great education which will be useless if their strung out on drugs or caught up in some other dangerous behavior

- submitted by a parent
October 15, 2012
One of the strongest and most effective partnerships there is, is the partnership between, teachers and parents. I have had two children to matriculate through HHA. Both have gone on to high school and done extremely well. One graduated in the top percent of her class, and the other is on her way to doing the same. I can confidently state, that the foundation they received at HHA was a solid one. My youngest child is still at HHA, where he continues to thrive and excell. The school provides an environment where students can learn and be challenged at a level which best suits their abilities. As a parent who is involved, I can tell you it requires parental participation in your child's education, as it is a school with high academic expectations. The teacher's are always available, and Ms. Lenny is ever present should a parent need to speak with her. She is passionate about HER STUDENTS. If you are a parent who feels that attending college is a given for your child, this is the place for you. Like everything in life, we get from it, what we put into it. At HHA we (students, teachers, administrators and parents), give it our all. God Bless

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2012
I have read some of the previous posts and find them to be completely disingenuous. It is apparent that they are authored by by someone that has had an issue with a teacher or faculty member. For me, while I understand that no school is perfect, I find that HHA suits me and my children just fine. In seeing the work my children's friends are doing in public school versus what my children are doing, there is no comparison. The SAT scores prove that. Like any school though, you get out what you put in. Should you chose to use it as a babysitting service, save the money and send them to public school. If, however, you want a top grade education and are willing to put the effort in to ensure your child is successful, then I highly recommend HHA.

- submitted by a parent
October 07, 2012
I am a parent with a child that attends Hawarden. I am very happy with this school overall. The staff is friendly and everyone knows my son by name. What I love the most about this school is the sense of community. All the teachers and staff have the kid's best interest at heart. The teachers keep in contact with the parents about the progress of their children and I love that! We have to work together with the teachers in order for our children to succeed. They are always accessible if I've ever had a question. Also, they do not put up with trouble makers. Sometimes trouble makers come in the form of parents. My son had an issue with another student and it was found that the other student was at fault and it wasn't the first time, nor was my child the only one this student hurt. It was dealt with quickly. I trust these people with the most important person in my life and not only is he getting a great education, but he is safe and I can't ask for anything more! I highly recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2012
We selected HHA for our grand-daughter because she almost failed 2nd grade in the public school system and was being considered for special education intervention. Her parents asked us to help. When we enrolled her in the 3rd grade at HHA last September she was 2 years behind grade level in math and 1 year behind in language arts. It took great effort on the part part of the teachers and 3 hours a night of home work on our part but after a year at HHA she was at grade level! The StepMod approach enabled her to do this. She is now in the 4th grade there and doing well. The small class size (15) has enabled her to get the extra help that she needs and the sheltered environment has enabled her to develop the social skills required to succeed in this world. She now has the maturity and confidence to punch herself in and out with the time clock and purchase her own lunch. She's become a winner in her own eyes.

- submitted by a community member
October 05, 2012
I have two children at Hawarden Hills; one is in Kindergarten, and the other in second grade. The smaller size of this school suits us perfectly. Both of my children are such that they would have been lost in a large school. However, here, they are known throughout the school by both staff and pupils, are encouraged to florish as individuals, and as a result are growing in confidence daily. Also, allowing for more individual attention means that my kids are unable to get away with things which may fly under the radar in a larger school. I know the staff's expectations for my kids in terms of conduct and academics, and they know mine. This enables us to work as a team when issues arise.

- submitted by a parent
October 04, 2012
We moved to Riverside from the Bay Area. My daughter was accepted into the STEM program which was fine last year. This year, there was no money for lap tops, any student is accepted and the program is definitely not as good. We went to Hawarden Hills and loved it! My daughter is now in Geometry, loves the science teacher, can work with computers every day and loves the after school enrichment (She takes Chinese language and Music)!

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2012
Math is atrocious. Reading is anti-intellectual. Science is based on photocopies (no color). Teachers flee without warning. Remaining teachers are mostly poorly trained and not educated in the subjects they teach. Families are fleeing for STEM. That's it in a nutshell.

- submitted by a parent
September 07, 2012
My daughter attends Hawarden and I wouldn't have her anywhere else. She struggled in math and because of the Step Mod program she was able to get the help that she needed as opposed to being moved on whether she got the concept or not. In my opinion, she didn't "slip through the cracks" as she would have in public school. They don't care about your ability, good or bad, if you are in 5th grade, you will be doing 5th grade math. How does this help our kids if they struggle? I also observe how the teachers interact with the kids and they are very caring. Strict, but caring. The fact that a teacher will take her lunch break to help the kids that are struggling, says it all for me. And this is not just one or two teachers. This has been my experience with all her teachers (especially in math). Where can you find that kid of dedication to education? At Hawarden...that's where!

- submitted by a parent
September 02, 2012
The middle school program is severely lacking. Many children just left the school thinking they had completed Algebra, we found out otherwise. These current teachers do not know how to teach advanced subjects and it appears the curriculum misses huge portions of math. The children are not prepared to be competitive with public school children as the parents are led to believe. The Administration is not prepared to deal with current technology. The textbooks are out of date and falling apart, parents had to buy books for kids. There is also a high degree of favoritism expressed from the teachers towards certain children. The school appears to be adequate for children up to 4th grade level, after that the lack of teaching ability inhibits growth. My motive, I don't want another family to deal with the heartbreak of finding out their child was not taught adequately.

- submitted by a parent
September 02, 2012
Our 2 children attended HHA since Kindergarten. I gave a rave review previously & stand by that for K-4. But we switched schools this year after discovering a serious lack of depth in the middle school curriculum, which we felt would be exacerbated by the staff changes made for 2012/2013. There were many reasons for concern, but the deciding factor was when a tutor give our sons the STAR tests for Pre Algebra and Algebra 1 - courses they 'completed' at HHA, with an A. They scored very low. They could solve an equations, but could not apply the knowledge to a word problem. They were not taught many of the concepts that are required to be proficient by CA standards. We invested years of trust and money to provide the best education for our kids and leave greatly disappointed. It was a tough decision to make, but after 3 weeks at their new schools, our sons' excitement about school and their comments about the teachers (Organized! On Time! They Explain Things), combined with the obviously superior middle school curriculum, extracurricular activities and great communication have validated our decision.

- submitted by a parent
August 30, 2012
I am not sure about the motives of some of the reviews here recently. Some of the comments made are outright slander and certainly do not seemed to be focused on constructively evaluating the school. I actually just spoke with all of the middle school teachers yesterday at the parent orientation and all of them are college educated so I am not sure where the other poster got their information, but it is invalid. I have two children that attend this school and our experience has been wonderful! My kids are challenged everyday and are taught to be respectful and responsible. I observe the interaction between the teachers and the students and I am always impressed. The staff really seem to care about all of the kids and the overall feeling of the school is very close and sheltered. I do not have an issue with the teachers not all having credentials or that some of them have children that attend the school. If they bring their kids there that tells me that they truly believe in the school! My background is in education (and yes, I have my credentials) and it is not the all inclusive answer or requirement to being a great teacher! Look at the school and decide for yourself!

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2012
Do you think that someone with a high school diploma can teach 8th grade? They need to make better choices or more students will be drooping out. Their step mod system is not working. This school needs changes !

- submitted by a parent
July 29, 2012
Just learned that an unpaid yard duty assistant has been promoted to first grade teacher. She has no teaching experience. Not sure what kind of education she has. Also just learned that only 7 of last year's 20 or so 7th graders are returning this year for 8th grade--7 out of 20. What does that tell you about this school? We believed the hype and sent our child there for the last year and a half. Never again--he'll be attending public school this year. Forget the "rich" history of family ownership and slick "Step Mod" marketing brochures. Do your due diligence before sending your child to school here.

- submitted by a parent
July 17, 2012
This school is not all that it claims to be on the website. The kids are not prepared properly for math. My 7th grader had to retake Algebra, many of the students that leave the school do. The school also employs teachers that are not at all educated, it may be fine for the grade school children, but not the middle school. I believe that the school needs to change drastically to meet the needs of children. Some of the teachers refuse to use email to communicate, which makes it difficult to keep abreast of your child's progress. The Administrative Staff is not receptive in any way to suggestion. There are better schools in the area.

- submitted by a parent
June 19, 2012
HHA is a school that provokes children to succeed through the use of expectations, standards, and cirriculum. As a single parent, I wanted a school that provided excellence and leadership for my child. Unfortunately, I was not actively as involved as I could have been, given the nature of my carreer. During the last week of the school year, Mrs. Lopez handed a binder to me with my child's name and kindergarten decor on it. When i opened the binder, there must have been over 200 pages of pictures of my child for each event and new experience. eternally fixed for generations to come of my child's first experiences. Mrs. Lopez provided the same binder to my ex-wife and my child's grandmother. It is teachers like this who truly make a difference in the lives of children. Thank you so much HHA for providing my child's first year experience to be an everlasting memory to my family and me. I would recommend HHA to any parent looking for a school that makes a difference and provides a thought-provoking experience for children to be successful and prepared for life. Thank you. Also, once you meet Ms. Lenny, wow what a great fit and a riot!

- submitted by a parent
June 18, 2012
I feel that the only good thing going for this school is the kindergarten teachers. If you want a great education and a teacher that goes above and beyond for your children, then you should enroll your children at HHA for at least the great kindergarten experience! Mrs. Haddock is truly an exceptional individual. All this about apples to apples stuff really makes no sense to me. I feel whether it be your child attending public or private, they will succeed know matter where they go. It's the quality time that the parents put in with their children that matters the most. We will not be going back to HHA for first grade and will be attending a very nice public school with so many more resources and outside activities. I feel HHA is one big popularity contest, and if your not in the in the so called "in crowd" there, your child will never have a fair shot at anything. It's to bad because the school has so much potential, but I think it's time for change! Hats off to you Mrs. Haddock! You will be truly missed and are loved by so many! Robert Fulghum really nailed it when he wrote one of the best books ever, All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten,and we did!

- submitted by a parent
June 12, 2012
This school is the best school for my child. He's been attending Hawarden for 2 years, and he loves it. My son is in the first grade, and he's enjoying learning. He has an excellent teacher and all of the staff. As a parent, I have to make sure that my child is getting the best education possible. As an educator in the public school system, I felt that the public system has failed to provide the best for students.This school provides the curriculum, teachers, activities, and environment condusive to learning. I highly recommend this school to all parents that wants the best for the child.

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2012
This school is a waste of money. My child has had two independent math assessment exams and has scored 50% on both. We were led to believe that the class he was in was pre-algebra. Please they also led us to believe that he was a straight A student. To address that public school teacher comment. I am a professional who has to sit in with the state and pass boards every 6 years to keep my license. A full exam. It's to protect the public to make sure I have the minimum qualifications. If credentialing is not important then go see a doctor who can't pass state boards. Not so appealing. These are random parents that teach. You (I was paying for private HOMESCHOOLING. Every parent will figure out eventually that when they hit high school kids are going to struggle in mathematics. It's hard as parents to admit that a mistake was made when choosing a school. It's called PRIDE.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2012
I am a public school teacher and a parent of students at this school. I feel that many of these reviews make this school seem awful. In reality, when you have public educators, health professionals and other public service families enroll their children in this school and that remain at HHA says alot! Yes, some leave but many DO stay! I know there is room for improvement as is on all education sites but #1 reason why we chose HHA is SAFETY, not that academics is not important, but my child as yours, with parental support will learn ANYWHERE. The HHA students do not face the issues that occur in local public schools. Many feel I shelter my children but if it means my children can be kids for as long as possible then it works for us. Kids here are kids K-8th grade not "angels" but KIDS. They act and look nothing like our public school teens (kissing in the halls, violence and drugs not at HHA). The fact that many of HHA teachers enroll their children here is a huge GREEN flag for me as it should be for any parent :-) To compare HHA to public is comparing apples to banannas, you can't! Private and public are 2 different teaching styles.

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2012
We moved on from this school to a public school for a number of reasons. We were left with the impression that our child was far ahead of where she needed to be for her given grade level. Boy were we dissapointed when she took the assessment test at the local public school. I feel we were greatly decieved by the programs and teachers at Hawarden Hills. My child has great study habits and is no dummy. But she is no where near the level they said she was. I am actually kind of irritated that I wasted my money on this school for so many years I would not recommend this school. Take it from someone who spent THOUSANDS over the course of 8 years.

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2011
Hawarden Hills is a great school! My child attends Hawarden and I am extremely satisfied. Mrs.Lenny has the childrens best intrest at heart . The teachers may or may not have credentials. However, the step program works for my child. Love this school!

- submitted by a community member
October 05, 2011
The teachers are amazing at Hawarden Hills they go above and beyond. If you have a problem or question, they will get back to you. The Principal is outstanding and is bring the school to a new level in many ways. She is approachable, always available, and willing to look at any idea a parent or child may have. Most parent do not take the time to get to know her.Mrs Lenny s number one focus is the children. I am so happy to have found such an amazing school.

- submitted by a parent
September 28, 2011
Full disclosure: I am not a current parent. I am a prospective parent with a child entering kindergarten next year and another child a couple of years behind. We called Hawarden to see about coming to take a look (even though we had a couple of people tell us that the school is horrible with regard to communciation). We were told, "You can come in February for open house." Meanwhile, the woman on the phone kept shouting to someone about a stapler that had gone missing; i.e., she seemed put out that someone actually wanted info on the phone. Here's the deal...the public schools start registration as early as January and other private schools begin filling up. I have NO intention of waiting until February to see if a school is worth it. Our experience seemed to prove what we had been told: this is not a school that cares what the parents think/need. Too bad because it really seemed so promising.

- submitted by a parent
September 28, 2011
My experience with Hawarden was a great one. My child went on to high school and college very prepared. Some people bring up the fact that the teachers may/may not have their credentials. Well all I can say to that is, our public schools are full of credentialed teachers, so why are we looking for alternative schooling if having a credential is so important. Every place you go will have their faults, but if a great education is what you're looking for, then I highly recommend this school. Not to mention the close knit family environment you get from a small school. My child formed life-long friendships there and that was just a bonus. The office staff was friendly and always very helpful. The principal is strict and what is wrong with that? Though she was strict, it always amazed me how she seemed to know every child's name and their parents. That is a rarity. And the activities they did were always top notch. From the Winter Program to Shakespeare Day. Although my child is no longer there, I had to comment because my child is a product of Hawarden and I cannot argue the results this school has produced. The proof was in the pudding.

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2011
The only grade that's worth the money is 5th. She's great. My child thrived with her, became an excellent writer and reader. All was lost when my child entered middle shool. A real shame! The teachers in Middle school are just not qualified. The language arts teacher is completely useless. She is incapable of motivating the students. The history teacher is good at being an administrator but not in the classroom. The science teacher is the only decent one, and she's decent only because the rest is so mediocre.

- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2011
If you are a person who values true education, and the educational process, then this is not the school for you. True learning and education does not take place. They teach for testing, not for learning especially the math and reading curriculum which I would say is very rushed. They want to be able to market the school saying our 3rd graders test at a 5 grade level. The children are rushed thru the steps and aren't really taught anything. As a result the children retain very little of what they are supposedly taught.

- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2011
i was really debating whether to rate this school or not. But since I had 2 children that went there from K-8, I feel that I should let parents of prospective students know. HHA has good points & bad points, just like any other private/public school. Bad points - no degrees required by staff, no "real teaching", learning by memorizing with no real understanding, parents unable to complain without threat of expulsion, too strict rules, too harsh punishments for breaking rules and snitching is encouraged. Good points - Safe, secure and trustworthy school, no bullying tolerated EVER!, bullies quickly handled, no "bad crowd", no drugs, responsibility & respect taught and practiced, great PE & Computer programs in middle school with a creative coach & teacher, fun & festive Winter Program, family like atmosphere with classroom, parents know & trust each other, organizational & time management skills taught, reasonable cost of afterschool program, most staff members kind & caring, kids learn accountability and lifelong friendships are made, Overall I would say the good definitely outweigh the bad. My children would not be the responsible & confident people they are today without HHA.

- submitted by a parent
January 30, 2011
Don't waste your money. I can't wait to get my 4th grader out of this school. The teachers do not have credentials and are not properly trained. The class sizes are large. The music and spanish program is a joke. The principal is completely unapproachable and runs the school with a if you don't like it leave attitude. Parents are afraid to complain in fear that they will be asked to leave. Parents are not encouraged to be involved and are actually told that they can't stay and observe. I assume this is so parents won't see the weaknesses in the school. I so wanted to love this school and I am sad that we need to find a new school for next year.

- submitted by a parent
November 18, 2010
I went to this school from the 4th grade to the 6th grade. The middle school staff is horrible. They didn't care to solve any of your problems and the Language Arts teacher has major issues. She plays favorites (extremely), and If you talk to her about an issue in her class, she will respond immaturely and ignore you for 6 months. She will also give you bad grades, and if you get a good grade on your test, and others didn't, she will throw the test out. Whenever. she. wants. Take it from someone with past experience. When I left, around 20 other kids did too, most of them probably for the same reason. Now there are only 14 kids in my old class. The middle school staff is horrible. I do not recommend for you to enroll your child in the middle school. However, K-5th grade is pretty good, I guess.

- submitted by a community member
August 29, 2010
I am a Student at Hawarden and I just LOVE it here! This will be my 9th year here. My class is like one big family, everyone knows everyone. The teachers are AMAZING. I remember just about everything they teach us. We have fun while learning, and I think that's very important.

- submitted by a community member
June 25, 2010
Make sure you stay away from any kind of bugs ,bacteria or viruses when you enroll to this school because if god forbidden your kids catch a disease and you have to keep her home for more than five days in a quarter, they will get penalized with taking a grade off of their academic achievements!!Bringing notes from physicians doesn't mean any thing to these people!! That is crazy!! So many people are leaving the school this year and that might be one of the reasons!!

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2010
Their teachers have no qualifications that we know off. They could be pulled from the receptionist job to teach a class. The principle is unapproachable and unreasonable. There is no music or physical education courses. The children so called cafeteria consists of outdoor open area benches and you have to provide the food daily. the lunch boxes are all kept outside in open cubbies where it is accessible by anyone and anytime at any temperature. This school is terrible. Some kids grades were reduced a whole grade (from A to B, or B to C) for 5 days of excused absences. Most of your kids' education here comes from you at home. The fact is that they don't have any competition from other private schools and that is the only way they survive. Have this place was in OC, they would be counting beans and teaching squirrels instead of our

- submitted by a parent
May 15, 2010
I'm not sure what the previous poster is talking about. My daughter is also in 1st grade and she has learned so much about Science, Social Studies, grammar, poetry, spanish, writing, and more. As far as the math and reading steps are concerned, If a child does not master a step they do have to repeat it. I think 6-8 weeks for a step is the perfect amount of time for allowing the students who catch on quicker to move on and those who need more time can have it by repeating the step. The school also has review steps which reviews previous taught concepts. Both of my children are miles ahead academically than their friends who are in public school.

- submitted by a parent
May 14, 2010
My daughter has been attending HHA since Kinder. In her first year she did really great, she was reading and doing math by the time see left kinder and went to first grade. Although I find the step mod program great for reading and math, all the other subjects are not taught and she lacks any knowledge of. If they do not get a-b in the step for reading and math they repeat the step, and actually 6-8 weeks of each subject is not enough. My daughter has been doing multiplication all year and still can not retain it. But I find the kids are pushed through the steps and they really dont retain it for the next step. I feel the teachers and staff are cold and lack new skills. They dont update the curriculm or events and they are the same year after year.

- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
February 19, 2010
I started HHA a year ago, in the 7th grade, and I am not in the 8th. Before that, it's been all public school. And let me tell you one thing: they're the same. Except less kids, which means even better because you know everyone and everyone's close! Trust me; not all public school kids are nice. (I'm talking to the parents who're complaining.) Also, I love it there. The extracurricular stuff is amazing! And the event days rock! My reading class (the highest step there is) helped me find symbols and literary tools I've never known existed and has definitely readied me more that public school has for Honor Lit. Before that, I've barely read any classics! Now, I've read them and understand their meanings! Trust me - the school's worth it. Also, they help you overcome shyness - take it from the once only shy girl there. :)

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February 19, 2010
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December 10, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
November 24, 2009
I am continuing my comment because there is so much to put! I absolutely love the teachers. They aren't boring nor too strict. They have a fun sense of humor and are really comfortable around students, parents, and other teachers. They are like a family, just like the students. My daughter (7th) loves her class. It's a small class (22) but they all feel like family because they are all so kind to one another and are fun and smart. My son transferred from Amelia Earheart, and I have noticed a huge change in him! In his studying, grades, social life. He is doing so well in school, and is very smart. He also has a lot of good friends which he considers family. I love this school!

- submitted by a parent
November 10, 2009
Hawarden Hills had their Veteran's Day celebration today! I love the way this school honors the men and women that have and had served this great country. I have two boys attending Hawarden and I am so proud to be apart of this school.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2009
If a parent is expecting HHA to be a social place where children go to 'make friends' show off outfits, act glamorous or wear the latest fads, then he or she will be very disappointed. In that sense HHA is not the average American school where the social aspect, ostentatious individuality, materialism and an obession with one's 'feelings' have produced the most selfish, disrespectful and academically inept children on the planet. Now, if a parent is concerned about educating his or her child, then HHA is excellent. The point of paying tuition and enrolling the child is to prepare the child to lead a productive life and perhaps lead. Too much homework? Then get off the cellphone and assist your child. Ms Lenny was too tough on your little precious gift to mankind? Good, the better the child will learn how to deal with the real world.

- submitted by a parent
July 19, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
July 16, 2009
I am a former student of HHA and had attended the school for all nine years of my early education, kindergarten to eighth grade. I am glad to say those nine years of my life were filled with my best memories. The teaching staff there may be a little odd at times with all their quirky ways and teaching techniques, but they definitely show their dedication to have their students succeed in the academic aspects of their lives. Many parents tend to argue that HHA teachers are unqualified or not dedicated. However, through my experience I feel that these same teachers have taught me so many lessons in life, both inside and outside the classroom. Also, these strict rules set by the teachers help keep the students in line, making them respectful and well behaved, unlike most public school students. The step-mod system used is also very brilliant in allowing students to learn at their own pace, meaning students who are stronger in math that reading comprehension have more room to excel. Another problem parents find in the school is the social aspect, or the lack thereof. Unlike these parents, I think you are prepared socially for high school because the small class sizes allows students to form a bond between all the classmates they can cherish forever. Also even though this school does not have extracurricular activities, I feel at such a young age most extracurricular activities include recreational sports that many public school children also participate in. Now that I am a junior in my high school years, I look back on this school and feel very grateful for the mark it has left on me. Overall, HHA is an amazing school that prepares its students for the future.

- submitted by a student
July 03, 2009
My daughter just graduated from Kindergarten and she has already learned so much. She was in advanced Math and Reading and she surprises my husband and I everyday with things she has learned from the school. Our daughter loves Mrs. Gilliam. It was important for us that she not only learn but enjoy the academic environment she is in. As parents, my husband and I made sure we supported our daughter with every school activity and we noticed that a lot of the parents take time to also support their kids. My daughter can't wait to go to first grade.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 08, 2009
Did one year at this school but the totalitarian authoritarian leadership style is not for us. School has a lot of good ideas and may be great for adults and children who need to be told what to do.

- submitted by a parent
June 03, 2009
Great school! There is no such thing as a perfect school but HHA has been wonderful for our children. The kids love their teachers and we love the activities, price, school atmosphere and the after school program.

- submitted by a parent
March 16, 2009
HHA has been a life-preserver in a sea failing schools. As we hear of the dismal failures of the CA public school system we are happy that our kids are at HHA. They are learning (certainly more than they would at public school), they are happy, they feel safe and we feel safe having them there. We look forward to the years to come, watching them grow up in the school and with their friends.

- submitted by a parent
February 21, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
January 22, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2009
The Step-Mod program is wonderful for students who are working above their grade level. My son is able to attend math and Language Arts classes at his ability level without having to skip him a grade.

- submitted by a parent
December 26, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2008
Our child attend HHA. It is now nearly one week after the presidential election, and according to our child, not one word has been mentioned about President-elect Obama, not even in History/Social Studies class. This is very disconcerting to us, especially in light of the fact that we dare not ask the administration for an explanation. While this school has excellent academic standards, its administration and teaching staff are well known for their personality quirks and thin skins. Our fear is that they would punish or expel our child due to our questions in this regard.

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
September 28, 2008
This school used to have a great reputation as a great school. It has been a tremndous disappointment over the last several years. The Step Mod program could be wonderful, if it weren't for the fact that tons of gaps in learning are created. The very basics are 'taught' and the rest is skipped. It is just enough to prepare for the SAT's and that is all. Math steps are 6-8 weeks and then they move on. In public school kids learn math concept all year and build a solid foundation. Not a HAA. The gaps are alarming. Many smart children we know have left the school and have done poorly on exams for other schools(pub and priv). Many of very smart kids go to regular tutoring= huge secret. No tchr.is credentialed, 3have a clg. degree. They teach from a binder created by the prncpl. Tchr turnover is very high.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 16, 2008
Very disastisfied with the curriculum (or lack thereof) at this school. There are no standards except for those set forth by the adminstration. There are no credentials teachers on staff. The public school system where my daughter now attends offers her more opportunity to reach the standards that she is capable of reaching. I was very disappointed in the rapid fire approach that is used to give the illusion that students are achieving at higher than grade level. In reality, the quick approach to concepts does not allow for thorough understanding and application. Do yourself and your child a favor - find a school (public) that requires that ALL teachers are credentialed, trained, and certified to teach the ever rigorous demands of elementary and middle school education in California.

- submitted by a community member
September 12, 2008
The Step-Mod program works! I have 2 children reading and excelling in math far beyond my expectations. My only concern is will there be a high school ready for my high expectations.

- submitted by a parent
August 30, 2008
It was an excellent school, and I knew I made a good choice by sending my child to HHA. He's in 5th grade, and is in Pre-Algebra, and the top of his class. Amazing! He's read Homer and Robin Hood, and he really took a liking into this school. He compted in the school spelling bee, and won second place. I am very proud of him and this school...everything is perfect. The staff here is great- including many fantastic teachers that have taught my son many great things. The office administrators are a pleasure to me because they treat everyone with respect; I think this school is affordable and a must-go school for your child's K-8 advantages.

- submitted by a parent
no rating July 16, 2008
I am very satisfied with this school's math program. My son completed Kinder this year and is currently working on problems from beginning second grade. I do concur with the parent that indicated that in the area of language arts this school does need to adopt a writing program that incorporates writing prompts in kinder. I am working very hard this summer having my son construct sentences and paragraphs utilizing step up to writing strategies. IN addition, I had to purchase a phonics program because he is also lacking these skills. I do enjoy the student environment. Students are well mannered and are very descent as oppose to a public school setting. If you are looking for strong academics as a public school teacher I can assure you your child is in a safe environment. You are paying for the environment not the education.

- submitted by a parent
July 06, 2008
I think this school is excellent in academics, activities, and their staff is the best you can find! Thank you for being such a great school! I'll miss it when I leave after eighth grade.

- submitted by a student
July 01, 2008
I was greatly disatisfied with my daughters second grade year a HHA. If your child has the slightest learning disabilites, or not, this school may lead you to believe that she does - the kids are pushed to perform well above their grade level and if they are average students this Step Mod system may seem as if your child isn't matching up with the populace. At this age a childs self esteem and confidence are very important and the feeling of being left behind by your peers is not what I wanted my daughter to continue to experience. I want to build her up even if she is not a straight 'A' student. She will not attend HHA for third grade.

- submitted by a parent
June 10, 2008
Very disappointed. My daughter went there from kinder to 8th grade it prepares you acedemically, but not socially. There are too many rules. My daughter had no idea what to when she got to high school. She was prepared acedemically, but she was not prepared socially. This school offers no extracurricular activites. The spanish taught there is not efficient. I would recommend going to school there for a few years then take them out and send them to a public school. I really regret not sending my daughter to a public school in 7th grade. I think theat would have prepared her more for high school. There is also way to much homework. There were nights in 5th grade were my daughter and I were staying up past mid night to finish homework. She is in high school and she has her homework done by 6 or 7. Public school's better.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 08, 2008
First I will say you will get 100% of the best attention from the teaching staff. But they are limited on what they can do because of adminstration. My children attend this school for several years. And when we left, 20 other families followed for the same reasons. I found out the difference our first year of public, where my good student became an excellent student. HHA prides itself on SAT scores, yet public schools take CSAT, a completely different test which can not be compared one against the other. Your tution is spent in ways you will never know. If the only reason you our attending this school is because of it's day care public schools offer 6am to 6pm care on campus at a reasonible price. Public schools offer new text books every 2 yrs. and the teachers are properly trained.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2008
I love the smaller school atmosphere. Not only do most of the teachers know your child's name, most of the students do, too. I think it's great that many of the older students, like 7th and 8th graders, signed my child's kinder yearbook last year. At this school, you feel like a part of a large family. The step-mod program works well for us, too, since both my children are performing at an advanced pace than the average child in their grade. They are continually challenged not just in reading and math, but in their homeroom, too, especially with the monthly science themes. If you are looking for a school that will teach your child a good base for study habits, then this is it. The students are taught to be responsible for their actions.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2008
Students do well on starnrdized testing because any sub-standard child is pressed to leave the school. As a result, test scores are produced by means of eliminating low achievers.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 25, 2008
My daughter is a kinder this year and we are very happy with the school. The teachers are caring, they take the time to work with the child if the child is having a difficult time with the classwork. The office staff always welcome you with a 'good morning'. They know all the children's names, which makes it a warm and personal environment. They have many special events throughout the school year. One of the events was Dr. Seuss Day. The children were allowed to come to school dressed in their favorite Dr. Seuss Character and even some of the teachers dressed up. They started the day off with two highly energetic teachers dressed as Thing 1 and 2 jumping out of a red box. Throughout the day there were other activities that the kinders did, like play with green goo. My daughter can't wait until first grade.

- submitted by a parent
March 19, 2008
Excellent academic program. If you want your child to have the best possible education, this is the place for you. However, if you, as a parent, need to have your hand held and be coddled, better go to a public school. At Hawarden Hills, the rules apply to everyone and are enforced fairly. If you need to be the exception (as apparently some of the writers of reviews herein seem to be), you won't be happy. The proof of Hawardens academic program is posted in the lobby area for all to see. Most classes average 2 years ahead of the national average, with some even higher. Graduates of Hawarden are always in the top of their respective freshman classes in high school and quite often the Valedictorian upon graduating. I am extremely satisified with Hawarden Hills.

- submitted by a parent
January 17, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
December 01, 2007
My son attended for the fall quarter. I was disappointed with the school and the principal. I met few staff that had a real appreciation for the learning process. Neither the principal nor the teacher we had demonstrated an interested in working with the parents in the best interst of the student--very impersonal and cold. The homework was crushing and the class size (30+) was unproductive. We transfered to a Montessori school with smaller class sizes, my son excelled, and his interest in learning came back.

- submitted by a parent
November 26, 2007
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- submitted by a community member
September 11, 2007
Academically this school is satisfying. My child is a kindergartner and very happy there. The principal and office staff are awful.

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September 07, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2007
My daughter attended this school for 2 years. She came from a public school in Moreno Valley(Northridge). She did excellent at Hawarden, I was worried that she would struggle, but she didn't, at all! I will say that the homework is way too much! We had 3-4 hours of homework 4 days a week and last year in 4th grade she began to get homework on the weekends! I felt like the teachers were over-burdened, so they sent half the days work home to us to finish. I was not looking forward to 5th grade and when my husband lost his job, it was actually a blessing. We were also disappointed in the 'special events' they did for the children-Shakespeare Day, Farm Day, etc., it is the same every year! Come on, where is the creativity?! My daughter's looking forward to extracurricular activities/field trips again at her new Public School.

- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2007
The Step-Mod Method used at the school is great -- it allows each student to proceed at his/her own ability level rather than grade level. Additionally, the students receive classroom instruction from various teachers thus preparing them for the type of instruction they'll receive in high school and college. Academically, it's wonderful. However, the administration, particularly the principal's Draconian ideals of how to run a school made it impossible for us to stay. Here, parental involvement is not welcomed. If you do not agree with the way your child is being taught, be prepared to leave because there will be no accomodation made for you. Additionally, there is no room for individuality or creativity. If you want a well-rounded student, this is not the school for you.

- submitted by a parent
July 05, 2007
My daughter just finished a hectic Kinder year. She has blossomed incredibly since the first day of school and surpassed my expectations. We never felt pressured by the teachers to make the next step. Most of her teachers went out of their way to make sure she fully understood the basic math concepts that she was struggling with and her next teacher has already discussed her teaching plan with me. The staff is very approachable and open to communication with interested parents. I highly recommend this school. No extracurricular activities offered but available activities are posted for interested students.

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2007
Our son had been at Hawarden for 6 years, the schools academic is very good, the step mod program works well although there are no extracurricular activities or sports program, we are still happy to see the result from their teaching by our son showing excellent grades from his studies, unfortunately we have to move him due to our family spiritual calling, we will miss Hawarden, the staff, the kids and their families specially the holiday program performed every year with their beautiful outrageous customs. Thank you Ms.Clark for having him in Kinder, Ms. Horn for 1st Grade, Ms. Truitt 2nd Grade, Ms. Barrow for 3rd, Ms. Carter for 4th and finally Ms. Macaraya for 5th, not to forget the smiling face that we see every morning, Ms Mollie and Ms Pfeiffer. Thank you for all the things you did for our son Steven. We will miss you. The Surachutikarn

- submitted by a parent
May 08, 2007
This is a excellent school my child is at least three levels ahead in math and is reading one level ahead. The principal their minds her business and she loves the chidren. And she does so much for the children that attends the school. For The parent that need special attention from the principal. Find another school. I love This school and the pricipal. My child loves it as well.

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2007
My kids have attended Hawarden for 2 years now and we love it! The school is very focused academically and has excellent communication with the parents. My kids have blossomed and shone here. The school has no fund raisers, they raise money at school by selling yearbooks, and school items. The teachers are very skilled and I like the fact that most have 2 0or 3 kids also attending Hawarden. I would recommend this school to anyone serious about educating their kids. It is a wonderful and beautiful school dedicated to teaching and preparing your child to succeed at high school and college. I give it 5 stars!

- submitted by a parent
February 21, 2007
My children went to this school for 3 years and each year I was more and more disappointed. I was very unhappy with the principal! With the step mod program they rush the children into getting up to the 'next level'.

- submitted by a parent
January 27, 2007
We put my daughter in kindergarten at hawarden and have been amazed at the level in which she is performing. She is already reading at well above 1st grade level--same with her math. She is a regular kid with i'll say above average intelligence, but the school does not accept anything less than a child's best performance. This k class has been tough, but she can already do addition, subtraction, greater than/less than, writing sentences, etc. And recently had to give a poster board presentation to her class. She's 5! I know jr high kids who are just starting to do that! Great school! If you want your kid to excel and be ready for college by 8th grade, choose this school. There are no extracurricular activities at this school--it's 100% academic.

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2006
I love the academic programs. I started school not knowing how to ask how old someone is in Spanish, and now, within the first semester, I'm proficient in how to greet people and how to ask where people are from! Excellent P.E. and Computer programs, too. Now that I'm in 6C, I can fully expirience these things. Mr. Heredia is one awesome computer teacher who finds a way to make us laught each day! Coach Moyer comes up with wonderful activities, such as Scooter Ball and Frisbee Goal. Up at recess, though, there's not very good supervision. I see the teachers talking to each other instead of watching us to make sure were don't hurt ourselves. I adore Shakespeare Day, where I can fully unleash my amazement with the middle ages. I'd ay that in my three years there, my current one is the best!

- submitted by a student
September 04, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2006
Very disappointed with the teaching staff.

- submitted by a parent
March 22, 2006
This is a academically stong school. However, the school put such a heavy burden to student's parents to help their children to keep up with pace of their 'teaching techniques'. If you don't have the time and willingness to involve in your children's daily education activities, this is not a right school for your children and you.

- submitted by a parent
February 06, 2006
I am overall very pleased with the education my children are receiving! For math and reading, they go to different classrooms according to their level. If your child is an excellent reader but struggles in math, they can work at their skill level. Many children are at a math or reading level several years ahead of their grade. Most of the teachers are good, some truly wonderful, a very few (like 2) are bad. The children learn respect and responsibility. I think the discipline can be a bit hard on boys. The kids work hard, but the school has a lot of fun special days like Shakespeare and Math/Science and Eggdrop. The attitude is if you don't like it here, go to public school. They don't welcome parent involvement. If you have a concern, voice it, but be prepared to bite your tongue if they don't agree. No extracurricular activities.

- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2005
This is a great school with the focus on the children. If you want your child to be prepared for high school and college, this is the place for them. Beware, this school has rules that all parents and children must follow. If you as the parent have any qualms about following the rules then this school is not for you.

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
June 28, 2005
I am satisfied with the quality of academic programs. The step mod program is what attracted me to this school. It allows children to learn at their own pace. My son is bright and this form of teaching has worked well for him. This is the first year Spanish has been taught. He has picked this up quickly. I was happy about this because the previous second language taught, French, is simply not as useful as Spanish is in this day and age in California. There is an annual winter production the children prepare for. Each class sings 2 songs and performs choreography to them. Since the school cannot hold the entire student body and their relatives at the school, the winter production is held at a nearby theater, those attending must buy a ticket.I am dissatisfied with the leadership of the school and have decided to send my son to another school to enrich him sociallly as well as academically.

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2005
School is very strong in academics. The principal is very devoted and good with the students. Reading and math classes are according to ability level, not grade level.

- submitted by a parent
April 16, 2005
Great academic program..Parents are really involved and reasonably priced for a excellent start for your childs education. For parents that want group sports there are none at this institution.

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Hawarden Hills Academy
6696 Via Vista Drive, Riverside, CA  92506
(951) 780-1616
Last modified Hawarden Hills Academy is a Private school that serves grades K-8
Hawarden Hills Academy Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 106 reviews. Top