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K-8
Public charter
San Diego, CA
Students enrolled: 252
Before care: No
After care: Yes

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2120 San Diego Avenue
San Diego, CA 92110

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(619) 574-6225
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October 16, 2014
I'm a student at Old Town academy and I joined the school in sixth grade after leaving DANA middle. At Dana my claases were cramped and my teachers were not devoted except for a few. My worst teacher at Dana was Mrs. Bogioni clark (core teacher) I learned absolutely nothing in math, or history. I'm starting eighth grade this year and I've loved all of my teachers! Mr Cohick was my amazing 6th grade teacher, Mrs. Curry who recently left back to Massachusetts was a phenominial teacher. These have been the best teachers I've had in school. I love the projects, taps, music, seminar and everything else. We also go on many great field trips such as, Joshua Tree, Catalina Island, Camping in Julian, the Getty Museum and many more smaller field trips. Overall It's a great school that has devoted staff and is getting better every year

- submitted by a community member
October 14, 2014
I can't be happier to have my soon to be 8-year-old attend Old Town Academy. We just moved to La Jolla from up North where my daughter had been attending a Montessori School all her life. OTA staff and students could not have been more welcoming. They made the transition so easy for her. Her 3rd grade teacher is enthusiastic and passionate. She is preparing these kids for the real world. While most of the public schools no longer offer sports and music, OTA thrives on them. The kids get some kind of physical activities everyday and PE twice a week (love love love their PE teacher). They have piano labs, choir and violin more than once a week. What a luxury!!! Their after school program has so many variety. From soccer, to Yoga, from Spanish to Orchestra, just to name a few, everyone is sure to find somethings that they would like to be a part of. Last but certainly not least, what can I say about the administrators at OTA? They are dedicated and devoted. They are a group that you'd want on your team any day.

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2014
I am glad to say that after two years (and tons of complaints from me to the staff) of being bullied, my child is now safe and happy, away from OTA.

- submitted by a parent
June 13, 2014
Our neighborhood school was unacceptable, and not a good fit for our kids. We were going to stretch our budget almost to a breaking point to have them attend private school. Thankfully, we "won the lottery" and were chosen for this wonderful public charter school. The Core Knowledge curriculum is thorough and does a great job of building on knowledge gained in prior grades. The "extracurricular" things like art, music, and character building have been incorporated into the regular curriculum. Kids are inspired and challenged. The parents have a say but don't run the show. The teachers are dedicated and resourceful. Overall, it is a happy, creative learning environment. Every staff person knows my kids' names. My smart-but-shy daughter has come out of her shell and is proud to present her projects in front of her class. I would grade this school as an A+.

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2014
We have been at the school from the its start and it has been terrific for our son. The small size of the school and the caring administration have been wonderful. Our son gets overwhelmed by too many people and this was a perfect match. The administration and teachers all know and greet him every day. He feels welcome at the school and is comfortable speaking his mind because he knows everyone's contributions are welcome at the school. He is doing well academically, better than at other schools because he can stay on task in the smaller class room. The science lab is great, much better than his old school where the science class was so big they never got to do any experiments or interesting projects. The teachers are on point and do a super job both teaching and providing support for the kids. Having one class per grade and one teacher per grade makes all the difference. We will miss OTA next year when our son transitions to high school.

- submitted by a parent
April 04, 2014
Old Town Academy - I just visited my 1st grade grandchildren and was amazed at what they are studying, from fossils to Mayan history and early civilization.The projects my 4th grade grandson has done are mind boggling. He is doing things we did in high school in the 50's. B.D. Vogelzang

- submitted by a community member
April 02, 2014
Old Town Academy (OTA) offers an intimate, safe, and nurturing environment for students. My child was being bullied at his previous middle school. At OTA, there is zero tolerance for this type of behavior and the staff/teachers know each child. Teaching is tailored as much as possible to the students' learning style and level of understanding.

- submitted by a parent
February 05, 2014
You can see from reading the comments above that OTA is not the school for everyone. I almost laughed out loud when I read that the teachers don t care about students that is the very thing that makes OTA so special, the do care. To prove it both years I have been here I have had at least three teachers stay after school on their own time to do work with me. However I do agree that OTA will accept low quality work. I could get away with turning in the same quality work in 5th grade as now in 8th. That led me to be frustrated when I first came to OTA. The fact that they seem to care more about the quantity than the quality. But really if you kid is willing to put in the effort than the results are unbelievable. In short if your child is not self-driven and does not push them self, then you child does not belong at OTA.

- submitted by a community member
February 04, 2014
We've been at this school for 3 years, and experienced grades K-4. It's not perfect - what school is? There are improvements to be made. However, the last two years have each had wonderful, surprising levels of growth in educational offerings. Wonderful to see a school that is nimble and adapts. A school that identifies faults, moves to solutions on improving those faults. There are times when I have a concern, comment or suggestion and I have a friendly, open and honest conversation - with a teacher or a staff person. Some of my suggestions have been immediately implemented! Some teachers teach closer to Core Knowledge than others. It would be nice as the school moves forward to see some teacher development. While I do see a core group of "super parent volunteers", I haven't felt a "clique". Also, for those families that didn't find what they wanted at OTA, find out which grade their child was in, and whether your child is going into that same grade. Overall, I'm very happy with my children's school. I frequently wonder at how happy every member of my family is - my husband, both of our kids and finally, me.

- submitted by a parent
January 22, 2014
In need of documented processes that incorporates checks and balances, run by the parents, and not the Director's Crew for Board Members.

- submitted by a community member
September 20, 2013
Two years in and my kids are doing great. This school may not be for everyone as I have seen some disgruntled reviews. Hopefully those parents have found a better fit for them and their kids. As for our family, this school has been a great experience for our kids. This year OTA is implementing character coaching based on researched traits for success and happiness in life. They are learning that good grades are nice but that being the best you can personally be is even better. Another addition this year is orchestra for all kids from 5th grade up. The programs this school has integrated with the basic California educational requirements is to be applauded. We are so proud this school does not "teach to the state test" and still scored a 901. It's a challenging workload for the kids but, at least for mine, it's paying off. To people who have commented the school is run like a business. I don't have a problem with that. The administration gets grants and much needed funding to keep moving forward. In just two years it's astounding what they have done along with a lot of dedicated parent volunteers. The school isn't perfect but it's really delivering for my kids.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2013
ota is an out of the box learning environment. when i evaluate schools, i not only look at reviews and testing scores, i tour and listen to my instincts on the type of fit for my kids. this school is an amazing fit for my girls. i feel so lucky to have found it.

- submitted by a parent
August 08, 2013
I love OTA! I am more than satisfied with the quality of my children's education, the dedication of the faculty and staff, the hands on learning approach and core knowledge curriculum. ALL of the families and kids that I have met and worked with are also as dedicated to the school and love it as much as I. Therefore, I was very surprised to see, a few reviews were so rancorous and petty. No single entity is "perfect" and for everyone. It would be foolish to believe that, however, the OTA faculty and staff are constantly striving to find the best and most effective teaching and learning atmosphere- if something doesn't work they discard it, but if it does, they strive to perfect it! I know that they "bend over backwards" to help kids that are struggling. I certainly hope this disgruntled parent, if so unhappy with the school, has with drawn her child because there are MANY kids and families that are wishing a spot would open up for them! . During the school year, OTA usually runs a tour once a week- call, make an appointment and see for yourself. OTA is a phenomenal place! I sincerely hope your child is lucky enough to attend!

- submitted by a parent
August 08, 2013
Nobody cares about your kid. If you complain you might as well paint a target on your child's back. Don't go there, it's a bad place.

- submitted by a parent
August 07, 2013
OTA has been a great experience for my children. Music/Piano twice every week, lots of PE, art science, project-based learning. My kids actually like going to school! The teachers are dedicated and professional and I always see them after school offering free tutoring and running clubs. They also welcome parents into the class to help teach art, math, reading, even Seminar (every kid is in "Seminar" here). My only complaint is the wait list is so long I cant get my cousins or my friend's kids in.

- submitted by a parent
July 01, 2013
Every time there is a bad review, there is an immediate good review to follow...intriguing. School non-bullying police only applies to some. Arrogant administration. School will probably be good in a few years, right now is not well structured to deliver what they promised 2 years ago. I don't think the Core knowledge is presented correctly. The grading system is not good, my child only has A's and B's at OTA but when I got him tested in 4 different private schools, NONE accepted him, he was not at the level where he should be with the grades he has. I showed his work(to which he received a passing grade at OTA) to the Principals and they were baffled, they said his work was so incomplete and they would have never accepted that ( but it was accepted at OTA, which high scoring). Hopefully one day they will achieve their goal of education, their promise is great, but the delivery is not promising. This is my opinion (and probably of those who ran out of there on the first year),like others said, do your research. I want my child to go to a school where he can be prepared for what is to come, high school, college, career, and right now OTA is not it. Out There Alone

- submitted by a parent
June 24, 2013
As a student who had spent her entire life in private schools, I was curious to see how an institute that does not charge tuition could still claim to offer a hands-on learning environment. I was not disappointed. Due to the brevity of my internship, I worked exclusively with the kindergarten and the seventh grade. The kindergarten was a mixture of both new and old learning techniques that ranged from measuring items around the room with a string in order to comprehend the concepts of "shorter" and "longer" to "play time" on ipads that offered reading comprehension, math, and music games. The seventh grade was also a mix of the novel and the traditional. Instead of tests, oral exams were administered to quiz the students' comprehension of class material and a seminar discussion was held at the end of the week in order to teach students how to both argue their opinions while respectfully listening to their fellow students. Although my brief visit was limited to only these two grades, I have no doubt the remainder of the staff and student body at Old Town Academy are as impressive as the ones I had the chance to work with.

- submitted by a community member
June 22, 2013
O - outrageous T - tyrannical A - amoral Don't recommend drinking their "Kool Aid"

- submitted by a parent
June 17, 2013
If you are looking for something different - OTA is certainly that! If you try to compare it with a typical state school, you won't get very far. You can safely ignore the 1 star ratings... those people obviously wanted something else and good luck to them in their search. We can all do better, and that goes for OTA, but the point about OTA is that it is oozing opportunity. Your child will have to learn how to make the best of the opportunities, and how to become a responsible individual. Orchestra, languages, innovative math program, hand-on science explorations, varied field trips, marshal arts, sailing....... the list goes on. it is hard work, but if you and your child 'get' OTA, there is no richer, more real-world place to learn. Judge for yourself.

- submitted by a parent
June 16, 2013
Leadership is weak. Parents not welcomed, only when convenient. I too expected more. Its just not preparing my child for the future. I understand the hands on and the independence of the program, but considering that most kids came from regular traditional schools (this is a2 years old school), they give the children no guidance. I don't like it, I don't like their grade system, I don't think the grades my child receives reflects what my child should know. I wish they could do better, I do see potential though, we just can't wait for it to get better. That's just my opinion.

- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2013
OTA is an amazing school! The principle, teachers and staff strive to help students achieve goals and thrive. The 3rd grade, for example, completed their core knowledge curriculum a month in advance and have been spending the remaining school time working on a presentation/ performance/ awards ceremony and taking great field trips..! They have an amazing hands on learning/ project-based science program and robotics program, all students learn to play the piano or can participate in orchestra , recess is supervised and games/ activities are set up to keep kids active and not sitting on the fence gossiping, there are amazing parent volunteers assisting with everything from seminar discussions, hot lunch, teaching art, helping in the classrooms or sharing skills in meaningful ways with the students. They also go to great lengths to work with families of troubled students to resolve issues and fix problems. I think OTA is an incredible school, I am more than satisfied with my children's education and I look forward to seeing the school becoming an even more amazing place- (it only just completed its second year- it really is a marvel!)

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2013
Not happy with it. I expected a lot more from this school when I enrolled my child 2 years ago.

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2013
This school has been a blessing to our family for the past 2 years. We love Old Town Academy's value-based curriculum, community support, and family atmosphere which enhance its strong academics and enrichment programs. The dedicated teachers truly care about the success of their students the staff is committed and caring. There is an open-door policy to the principal and they know every child by name! There is a true partnership between parents and the school. I feel confident my son s education, as well as his social development is being thoughtfully considered each day. My son is learning time management skills that will take him far in life. He loves participating in a variety of school activities and after-school sports programs. We moved from North County to be apart of this school because we know the benefits of Old Town Academy how it implements, Equality and Excellence for All.

- submitted by a parent
April 21, 2013
I am very excited to apply for my future Kindergartner to attend Old Town Academy. My neighbor's children are enrolled there and I have recently taken a tour. The learning environments (including lunch and recess) are called 'active learning zones' and I was especially impressed with the classrooms and labs which feature state-of-the art technology. According to my neighbor's kids, the project based curriculum is challenging, and it's not easy to get good grades, "you really have to work for it". They seem very proud of their school, and proud of themselves. I believe this is a very positive learning experience, and I look forward to being a part of it.

- submitted by a community member
December 06, 2012
We could not be happier with our choice to enroll our child at OTA. It has been a wonderful fit for our child who is thriving in this student centered environment. She is challenged, loves the curriculum and has found a confidence in math we could have only dreamed of. The project based learning allows her to demonstrate her understanding of the content without being assessed only by a test. We have made some great friends here and enjoy the community thoroughly. Thank you to the administration, teachers, founders and all staff for making this school possible! We are beyond excited to see OTA continue to grow and develop in the years to come.

- submitted by a parent
November 30, 2012
In three years, this school will have a hundreds-long waiting list. I feel like this is the best kept secret in San Diego. I am so happy that we are here, and look forward to great things to come! Every thing the school does is very intentional, with a focus on what is best for the kids. I love it here and look forward to rolling up my sleeves to pitch in where needed. Go Ospreys!!

- submitted by a parent
November 29, 2012
A great start-up school and huge potential for students at OTA. After several other schools, we were and still are very pleased to find this one. One thing you need to realize is that your child will be expected to take full responsibility for themselves. They have to take ownership of their projects and self motivate to a greater extent than at other schools. They deal with ensuring testing standards are maintained separately from providing a rounded, purposeful learning environment. These objectives often overlap, but priority is given to nurturing true respect and understanding while empowering students to become masters of their own destinies - over and above pure teaching to the test. This approach probably will lead to frustration if your student can't focus, can't self motivate or doesn't start seriously caring about making something of their educational opportunities. Without doubt, this are touch times to start a school, at OTA there is an opportunity rich environment for your child to grown in. The over-all feel of the school is very friendly, especially towards students and their families who respect and value the special school they lucky enough to be part of.

- submitted by a community member
November 28, 2012
My Child is a Student at Old Town Academy. Like any new endeavor, patience and vision are necessary in order to see something fully develop. OTA has done wonders in a short period of time, to provide our children with a warm, child centered space. Tom Donahue is the principal at OTA, He believes that the child is filled with potential, and has built a school that gives the child an opportunity to participate actively in the educational process, and have a sense of pride and accomplishment in their own work. Every teacher in the school knows my child, she is not just a number, but an individual member of this positive community. Mr. Donahue is a talented educator, and is rarely inside his office. I witnessed him helping a child who during recess was working on figuring out a math problem, he empowered this child by teaching him a math formula to assist in solving this problem. To me, that is a rare gift in a principal. . This is a choice school, and might not be the best match for everyone. If you are looking for a school where your child is expected to shine, and where academic passion is encouraged, visit OTA and see if this is the right choice for your family.

- submitted by a parent
November 27, 2012
Well, from the sounds of the 1 star raters this school is horrible. Though I do agree with some things those parents said it does sound like they are a part of the gossip they talk about. Regardless, our child is a second grader here and we are less than pleased with the teacher. We are not less than pleased with the school. Massive homework? Not true in our case. We haven't had any. Maybe this venue isn't the place to find out information about OTA. Seems like there is a lot of anger and resentment posted as well as gossip. OTA isn't for everyone. We plan on staying. Good stuff is happening here.

- submitted by a parent
November 27, 2012
Don't be misled by the parents who gave this school 1 star! Talk to parents who go here!!! You will find parents who take pride in this school and its vision. You will find angry, frustrated parents who lack patience, flexibility and productive forms of communication. You will find gossip (if you choose to take part in it and befriend people who do so). You will find happy kids and kids who don't like school. You will find ALL of these things at ANY school you go to. You will have to judge for yourself if this school is the right school for you, your family and most importantly your child. Our son loves school, hates homework (there's a lot but again, chances are high you'll find this same situation at ANY school) and excels in math and robotics due to the great programs and curriculum. Are there things we don't like about OTA? Of course, just like ANY school you go to there will be things you don't like. But, instead of bash, complain and spread rumors we've decided to focus on the things we do like and love about OTA. And there are MANY. It's too bad the school got some 1 star ratings but oh well, ANY school will have parents who would rate it just the same.

- submitted by a parent
November 24, 2012
Wow, I've read the reviews with 5 stars and while I'm happy to see their children are flourishing, my child absolutely hated it there and quite honestly many of his classmates parents were looking to get out. I was privy to discussions about leaving and parents even wanting to post on this site but they were afraid they would be "found out." There is no communication from the top. Late night emails and hearsay comprise most of it. There is so much homework it keeps the kids from being kids. The teachers are nice but only a few are experienced in teaching the core knowledge curriculum and many didn't -- kids were unprepared for the next grade up. But I must also agree with a previous review that the administration was less than truthful in the early meetings about PTA, after school programs and even subjects offered in the curriculum. It's just a bad place that doesn't give children a place to really grow into themselves and much like a small town, the gossip is horrendous. In no way do they foster relationships b/t parents and they only want volunteers for their desires. Talk to other parents before you enroll, I wish I would have. Private school is worth the money!

- submitted by a parent
November 24, 2012
My child hates going to school & I cant wait for the year to be over.Teachers are not ready for Core Knowledge curriculum. They give massive homework, hours of it, which they call independent learning & thats the base for grades , but no guidelines. They give the kid a map of what will be learned for the quarter and the kid has to figure out how to learn it using the few syllabus given. You basically have to teach your child History,Math,Science. English is a joke, they write narrative on top of narrative but are not shown how, what rules to follow and what is expected. "Even if you do make good use of time, you cannot accomplish enough without homework to expect better than a B in any class" this was exactly what got my attention, that my child would have most done in school and all we had to do was complement at home and we would be looking into As, but is FAR from it all we see is massive homework and nothing done at school. It's a new school and they have a lot to learn, but the first thing they should learn is how to teach.My child has never gotten into trouble and I've never heard of anyone being expeled or suspended from OTA Don't take my word for it,talk to other parents

- submitted by a parent
November 15, 2012
Two of our children attend this new charter school and we could not be happier with our choice of switching and giving it a try. OTA is a very nuturing enviornment with a great supporitive staff. My children are flourishing here with the core knowledge curriculum and I see them building useful skills for future success. My children show confidence and independence in their school work and they love the music, math, pe and robotics program. It is a small and intimate school which is a great fit for my children. Everyone knows your name and the community is growing stronger everyday. The school also encourages children to accept responsibility for themselves, their behavior and their success. I truly feel after 9 years at OTA my children will have an advantage in high school and life in general. We are very happy here and know OTA is only in its second year...the possibilities at this school are wonderful and I see a bright future for my children!

- submitted by a parent
November 15, 2012
As a parent of two OTA students, I am thrilled we made the decision to send our children here. Last year, when OTA opened, we were anxious parents that made the decision to switch schools. I am very pleased to say that there was no better decision than making that switch. Our expectations were exceeded, and the close knit community that was built from the ground up is continuing to flourish. The education that my children are receiving will definitely place them ahead in the future. I am excited to see what the years ahead hold, and without a doubt, will be enrolling our other children when they are of school age.

- submitted by a parent
November 15, 2012
I have two children at this start-up charter school, and even though they were excelling in private school, this school turns out to be perhaps the best decision we have ever made. There is a clear vision for the school, and the school has been open and honest in its communication with parents that we are to expect a 3-year transition from start-up to full-implementation of the leadership s vision. Frankly, in less than one-half that time, the curriculum, programs and teachers already exceed my expectations. OTA has returned the wonder of learning to my children, and they absolutely love their school, and are eager to go to school each day. Every student has their own schoolwork blog, and participates in computer lab, piano lab, moot court program, robotics, and seminar seminar in and of itself is reason alone to attend the school. In seminar, the students meet with the principal and read the classics, and speak aloud to describe those books and defend positions taken in discussion with quotations from the books they are now avid readers. We love the school as it is, and we have a high expectation of excellence at the full implementation of the 3 year plan.

- submitted by a parent
November 15, 2012
I can understand why this school might not be for everyone. For one, students are expected to be personally responsible for themselves, even at the younger grades and the school uniform policy assists students in understanding the importance of not just respect and responsibility, but encourages them to become visible for their work product and intellect, not their appearance. Students must also make good use of their project time in class those who do not are the ones complaining about their homework load, while those who do make good use of their time seem to have manageable homework obligations. Even among our friends who appear to have more work to do at home, they all seem eager to go to school. The school has told parents from day one: even if you do make good use of time, you cannot accomplish enough without homework to expect better than a B in any class. This school also is not a good fit for aggressive children (or parents), for the school has a zero tolerance policy for bullying behavior. My child loves OTA.

- submitted by a parent
November 15, 2012
The school allows for parents to play meaningful role in the school, while thankfully taking a strong stand against unsupervised and untrained parent loitering. Helicopter and gossip-thriving parents find themselves on the outside, as almost all of the parents at the school seek meaningful, positive, rewarding opportunities to participate. Parent volunteers have a limit on their time commitment within their own child s classroom, and even then must undertake specific training to make a meaningful contribution. Other opportunities to participate include volunteering in the moot court program, computer lab, the music lab, and the science lab. Parent input into the school occurs through the OTA Foundation, which is open to participation from all parents. The OTA Foundation advises on use of school resources and also serves as the leading fundraising arm of the school. The school can still improve on the timeliness of its communications, but parents are encouraged in the handbook to check the blog and email twice a day for school blasts, as the school attempts to remain paperless in its daily communication with parents.

- submitted by a parent
November 14, 2012
OTA is a great new charter school for San Diego. You can expect a progressive education for your child with focus on technology and core learning. As with any new organization there have been some challenges to overcome. However, each day the community becomes stronger and stronger. The staff and administration are focused on the kids and the quality of their learning experience. The community is brand new and growing into something special and close knit. This is a small school community. Their approach and programs are not for everyone...especially those who lean more towards traditional methods. It is encouraging to note that the school has a NO tolerance policy for bullying. Be cautious of negative reviews from parents who's children were suspended or expelled as a result.

- submitted by a parent
November 11, 2012
This is probably the worst school I have ever seen or even heard about. Overbearing homework, less than poor -- if that's possible -- communication, substandard leadership and the school is run on a whim. Only three teachers actually have core knowledge experience -- the curriculum that it's touted -- and those who don't, don't teach it. Volunteers are only welcome in labs and they refuse to form a PTA/PTC/PTO as promised. This is not where you want to send your child. Please try to seek out every parent you can find before enrolling your children. Old Town Academy looks great on paper and sounds good at a meeting but it's anything but!

- submitted by a parent
October 07, 2012
This is a wonderful new charter school in San Diego. My child is thriving here, and I am thrilled that we chose it. She loves coming to school each day. They use the "core knowledge" curriculum for all grades, but add a lot of science and technology to it. All students take piano and p.e. as part of the regular school curriculum. Also, they offer great after school enrichment classes (at a cost) like karate, piano, spanish, mandarin chinese, soccer, robotics, sailing, art classes, etc. They have very high expectations of the kids and teach/coach them to meet those expectations. All of the parents I have met seem very involved with the school and very involved in their children's education. The teachers are bright, articulate, and creative. The cofounders have a great vision for the school and a roadmap how to get there. The school is small (one class per grade), which may or may not be right for everyone, but I see it as a plus. The principal is great. We couldn't be happier.

- submitted by a parent
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Old Town Academy K-8 Charter
2120 San Diego Avenue, San Diego, CA  92110
(619) 574-6225
Last modified Old Town Academy K-8 Charter is a Charter school that serves grades K-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 9 out of 10 based on academic quality.
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