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K-8|Private
6 students
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School leader:  Miss Nancy, Director (Mrs. Nancy Retter)
9988 Hibert St., Suite 301
San Diego, CA 92131

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(858) 564-9622
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"We are best known for inspiring gifted children to explore and think with joy."

BASIC INFORMATION

  • Before / After care
    None
  • Dress policy
    Dress code
  • Transportation
    Accessible via public transportation
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PROGRAMS & CULTURE

  • Academic focus
    Multiculturalism / Global, Social justice
  • Arts
    None, Instrumental and theory music lessons, Drama...
  • World languages
    Russian, Latin, German, American Sign Language (ASL)
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Amount of homework: Agree
Submitted by a parent · November 19, 2015
Little to no homework as they school day is 9:15 - 5:15 which allows parents and children to have a life rather than doing busy work. Great life/career preparation.

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Submitted by a parent · November 19, 2015
Both of our kids are enrolled in this school and have been for several years. We are pleased with the schedule, curriculum, staff and facilities. It is ideal for working parents and there are many activities that you cannot find in most schools... more

Develops character: no rating
Submitted by a school leader · November 19, 2015
Being unfair gets you in trouble. Not a punishment, really, but you have to talk to Miss Nancy and explain what you did and why. Then you have to apologize to whomever you were unfair. You get in less trouble if you own up when you do... more

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Submitted by a school leader · November 19, 2015
Private schools aren't allowed to take all those standardized tests, so lessons are focused on deep understanding, not just memorizing. And the longer school day lets us have real discussions, with research and exploration. One time we got... more

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Our longer school day means no homework, so family time can be family time again. If a child has an after-school activity, accommodations can be made up to two days a week, though that may mean homework will be assigned. Our biggest problem is getting kids to leave at the end of the day. The students just voted to extend our minimum day by 2 hours.

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Last modified: November 19, 2015
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