"Our goals are to raise achievement levels of all students."
Students enrolled 729
Hours 7:40 AM - 2:00 PM
School leader Kimberly Moore
Transportation options Yes
District San Diego Unified School District
Before school Yes
After school Yes

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3950 Berino Court
San Diego, CA 92122

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4 stars
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July 07, 2014
Our son had a great first year of kindergarten. He got along well with his teacher and classmates. It is a very multi-cultural school, which I appreciate and celebrate. The Vice Principal knew my son's name by the end of the school year, not sure if that's good or bad, but you can tell she's very active and involved. Parent involvement is relatively low as far as I can tell, and the PTA does not appear to be very active, or at least not outside of school hours (making it tough for us working parents to attend or even get involved). We'll see what happens over the years, but we'll stick around.

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2014
Doyle was a miserable experience for our child. While her Kindergarden teacher was delightful, her first grade co-teachers were terrible and have made us rethink our position on how teachers are evaluated. Of course, the principal refused to let her transfer to another class despite our efforts. She would cry almost every day of having to be in her 1st grade class. The 2 teachers with combative, and one of them would say things so inappropriate that we considered filing a complaint with the San Diego Unified School District. Instead, we decided to change school districts so we wouldn't have to ever be a Doyle again. The classes do this "wheel" program where the kids are expected to move from class to class. That's too disruptive!!!! The PTA is awful and as a family of color, we felt as if they didn't want us participating. We heard this from other families who were not in the same 2 block neighborhood as the board members of the PTA. It's more like a social club. They don't do anything to really support the teachers or students. It took our daughter a long time to learn to like school again thanks to the horrible first grade teachers. Awful school! Just awful!

- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2014
Doyle Elementary has high quality teachers, students, and parents. It is a very healthy community from nutritional, cultural, and educational perspectives. Some idiosyncrasies are that there are more children at the lower grade levels and less at higher levels. I believe this is due to the transient nature of many families that are associated with the university spending a few years here for a postdoc or graduate school and then moving on with their careers. I have a 1st grader and 4th grader here and they are progressing nicely despite some serious difficulties along the way. We enjoy our walk to and from school and avoid the traffic circle. Mrs. Barham and Mr. Bailey seem to be working for us.

- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2014
In the past 10 years I've had all three of my oldest kids attend Doyle Elementary. I've had the pleasure of meeting and interacting with The Principal, Ms. Moore, the Vice Principal, the majority of the Teachers and numerous PTA Parent's. They all have shown exceptional performance, attitude, education and good moral. I have one more child that will be starting Elem. in September and I am hoping I can Choice my child in to Doyle. I have had numerous communication with the Administration Staff and the Principal that have bent over backwards to help answer any and all my concerns and questions throughout the years and just recently again in regards to choicing and common core. Reading the recent negative reviews in the last year about the Principal and PTA really disturb me because as a Doyle Parent, Volunteer and Friend I've seen Parents address the Principal and PTA in a really rude manner and then turn things around as if they have been the ones attacked. In my past and present interaction with everyone in Doyle they have always tried their best to do an excellent job, even with those hard to reason parents. Keep up the Great Work Doyle!

- submitted by a parent
November 13, 2013
We just moved here 1yr ago.My son is 1st grader now.After enrolling here ,I just don,t like this school.because it ,s security system is very poor,principal is not co operative.I want him to move another school from weeks after enrolled.but I stop because of his new 1st grade teacher.She is amazing teacher.Mrs Janet engebretsen is very active teacher.She encourage every kid of her class.we really like her.thats why I wants to move from here next school year.PTA is very active and the librarian lady (forgot her name) is also doing great job.Great job Mrs engebretsen.

- submitted by a parent
October 07, 2013
My son moved from another school in Clairemont and wow what a difference. The school is VERY culturally diverse which I really love. The teachers really care about their students and are passionate. My son has Amber Redmerski but she has told us she is temporary until they find a new teacher. I am hoping that they keep her. She is great with my son and always keeps communication open with me especially when my son was not turning in work! Other teachers would turn the cheek and not care if he was not performing to standars but not his teacher. He also has not suffered any bullying in this school, unlike his last school. I am so grateful for Doyle. My only complaint is that the parking situation is horrible. It is a nightmare trying to pick up and drop off. they need a better system.

- submitted by a parent
September 23, 2013
Although there are many great aspects of this school (ie, multicultural environment, good PTA, etc) there are many negative parts of this school. The principal, Kimberly Moore, is almost non-existant. My child is in 2nd grade, and I am at the school every morning. I can count of 1 hand how many times I have seen her with the exception of SOME assembelies . . . she doesn't even show up to those all the time. When I have tried to talk to her she has been very fake and argumentative. I think her lack of self confidence and inexperience shows with the apparent "revolt" of most teachers to even work with her. It is sad that a wonderful school, with the great parents & teachers, is brought down by the principals flaws.

- submitted by a parent
September 06, 2013
Horrible horrible school. That principal, that counselor and a certain 5th grade teacher, nay adult bully, had me going all the way to the school board for their irresponsible treatment of children. Horrible. It's only tolerable if you get one of the few decent teachers. Don't let's get started on the mouthy and self aggrandizing PTA!

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2013
We pulled our son from this school within 1 month of attending. We were lied to, things were never followed thru on~ it was a terrible experience...

- submitted by a parent
February 07, 2013
got 2 kids there and all teachers and people who work there are really commited to help my kids to learn , we feel so blessed to have our kids here

- submitted by a parent
January 18, 2013
I think most of the teachers at this school are above average or excellent. I think the principal is too inexperienced. You can't expect parents or staff to support you if you are unable to listen to valid, constructive criticism without getting vindicative. And she can be quite vindictive despite her fake smile. Does anyone else notice that there were an awful lot of 5 star reviews posted on Feb 1, 2011? I wish this school the best.

- submitted by a parent
February 02, 2012
I can only speak to the Kindergarten here as my daughter started in September 2011. Her teacher has been there 20 years and she has made the experience wonderful. My daughter has honed her reading, writing, and math skills far above what I would expect of a five year old. I also really like that the stay at home parents are so willing to volunteer in the classroom as both I and my husband have to work - a big thank you to them!! The class is multicultural, with Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Korean, Farsi, and Spanish being spoken by the different children. Being exposed to this many cultures without having to travel is amazing and very educational for the children. I think this is a great school.

- submitted by a parent
May 31, 2011
Doyle Elementary has been a wonderful school for both my daughter who graduated three years ago and my son who is graduating from fifth grade this year. We have been at Doyle now since 2005 when my son started in Kindergarten and we're going to miss all the great teachers, staff, Librarian, Mr. Saipe and Ms. Moore! It's an excellent school with dedicated teachers, vice principal and principal. Doyle has a wonderfully diverse population of students. My children have loved getting to know other children from all over the world and learning new cultures. Doyle is also part of the UC Cluster of schools and the parent involvement is fantastic!

- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2011
Both of my Children attend Doyle Elementary, we move a lot do to my job. I have to say that is school is one of the best schools in the state. Mrs. Vincent and Mr. Deadrick are wonderful teachers. My daughter Shianne 3rd grade LOVES Mrs. Vincent. My wife and i attend all of the schools events and she works hard with Shianne as we just moved here in January and she and Mrs. Vincent has gone out of her way to help Shianne and we just love her. Mr. Deadrick 5th grade is my son Stephens teacher and my son tells me "he is Cool" and both teachers make learning fun. The office staff are wonderful and so helpful. Stephens and Shianne teachers both helped us with field trips do to me being out of work. This is a GREAT SCHOOL!!!

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2011
We have been very pleased with this school over the last 5 years. We've two children attending this school. From the Principal Mrs.moore to the Vice Principal Mr.Saipe to the teachers and supporting staff , this school is very dedicated toward educating its Students. In addition, the parent participation is outstanding as well. It is truly a safe and wonderful environment with a lot of spirited and great teachers.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2011
Doyle Elementary is a school that feels like a true extended family. This school has a wonderful Principal Mrs. Moore and a Dedicated, Enthusiastic, Innovative, Very Motivated and Caring Vice Principal Mr.Saipe. His Enthusiasm and Dedication has a Great effect On all Students, teachers And staff as well.But also an amazingly dedicated Parent body And Volunteers who will go out of their way to help the school in any way possible. Many of these parents manage to find the time and energy to help, despite their jobs and other commitments.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2011
My daughter is finishing her 5th grade at Doyle Elementary School. Overall, we are very happy with the school principal and Vice Principal there enthusiasm and dedication has a great effect on us to be part of a beter school. We really like her teachers too. I agree with another parent that said the school has a very good program and up to date renovated class room and teaching equipments.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2011
We love this school. The teachers are awsome and we consider it to be the best school ever for us, Our Son now in middle school. But this year we came back to Doyle again for our daughter in kindergarten. The teacheres, staff, vice principal and principal work always closely as a team with all students and they are too involved in every aspect to keep all students on track...

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2011
I Agree Doyle Elementary Is a Great school in a great community. It is all about involvements and dedication. This school has it all. Good teachers, good supporting staff, and good management team. The school has a very good program and up to date renovated classrooms, and teaching equipments. Way To Go Dolphins. :-)

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2011
I'm a Grandma involved in my grandchildren's lives and there education journey so I'm often at Doyle Elementary School. Staff, Teachers,and Volunteers doing an excellant job. This has to be one of the best Elementary Schools in San Diego.

- submitted by a parent
November 28, 2010
I am a parent of a 4 th grader. This year has been better than last. The classes are quite crowded and my daugher's enthusiastic teacher has been taxed but resilient. My major concern is the parking lot and circular drive which is a dangerous area when school lets out, especially when a school bus insists on plowing through. The children and families are poorly supervised upon exit and this is a disaster waiting to happen. The small school was not designed for buses. The teacher to student ratio is excessive. While on the other hand, the education is good, the teachers attentive and the student body quite ethnically diverse although there are few African American families.

- submitted by a parent
September 23, 2010
A satisfactory school if your child is lucky enough to get one of the good teachers. New management is not responsive to many parents concerns. No room for any different styles of learning. Large school with great diversity but because of the transient population (lots of student parents) not much parental involvement. Like a lot of schools these days Doyle is more concerned with test scores so the focus is on getting the children to pass tests and not on educating them.

- submitted by a parent
August 11, 2010
I used to perceive the Doyle teachers and staff as kind people doing fairly well within a somewhat flawed system, but I have lost sympathy with them over the years as they slowly kill my son's love of learning. If your child precisely fits their mold, he/she will do well, but if your child has any personality or cultural differences such that some creativity or personal attention is required in order for your child to thrive, good luck. Most of the teachers at Doyle seem to have a very limited repertoire of teaching skills, and the support/supervision they receive is inadequate.

- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2010
DOYLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HAS PROVED TO BE JUST AS FINE, OR EVEN BETTER THAN A "BLUE RIBBON" SCHOOL " MY DAUGHTER ATTENDED IN THE LOS ANGELES AREA. THE PRINCIPAL AND ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL ARE EXCELLENT, THE TEACHERS AMAZING, AND THE OFFICE STAFF A PLEASURE TO DEAL WITH. MOST IMPORTANTLY MY DAUGHTER DID EXTRAORDINARILY WELL IN HER SCHOLASTIC WORK AND COMES OUT OF SCHOOL EVERY DAY WITH A GREAT BIG SMILE.......KUDOS TO DOYLE ELEMENTARY, AND A SPECIAL THANKS!!!!!

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2010
PROS: The location, demographics, and parents are all terrific. There is a lot of communication, friendships, and support outside of the school too. There are many superstars amongst the teaching staff and administration. CONS: 'Under new management.' For 2009/2010 the school has changed its top level management. The school leadership is squirrely and unpredictable. I think Doyle is more of a gamble than other nearby schools, particularly if you're choicing.

- submitted by a parent
April 19, 2010
This was a great school.. Key word being WAS. New administration is running this school into the ground. Seems to be very inexperienced and it shows through choices being made.

- submitted by a parent
March 24, 2010
Doyle is an excellent school. There is a very diverse population of students from all around the Globe. Activities such as the International Festival promotes tolerance and understanding of different cultures and ethnicities which is an integral part of education. My child is in 4th grade and since we first enrolled in 1st grade, our interactions with the teachers and faculty have been superb. We have seen a change in Administration, but feel it is a positive change. Our new Vice Principal has done an outstanding job so far in this school year with promoting traffic safety, interacting with the students & parents, hosting monthly coffees, revamping the school website and hosting webinars. And this is only his 1st year here! Creating a wholesome educational experience is the responsibility of - not only the school - but the entire community including parents. I strongly feel that Doyle is an EXCELLENT school!

- submitted by a parent
March 23, 2010
We are new to Doyle this year and feel confident in the teachers and administration. The International Festival was a great event celebrating the wonderful diversity at the school. This is an excellent school!

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2010
For the 2009/2010 year, Doyle underwent a massive faculty swap. It started with a new Principal who is likely brand new to the job. It continued through a war between two factions of teachers (bitter spilling into the classroom kind of war - we know a good many details through our kids). The CHOICE and GATE programs are essentially disbanded and only offered nominally. As the Principal describes it, *every* classroom is a GATE classroom. (No special ciriculum, expectations, projects) The school suffered a massive enrollment drop (most likely because of the above). The Principal responded by teacher reductions and rearranging about 5-10 classrooms. To give you an idea, my son's 3rd grade teacher also became his fourth grade teacher. This is not the school you want right now. If you're choicing, try Curie.

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 01, 2009
I am a former parent of two children who graduated from Doyle...I loved this school..I am an immigrant and working single mom.... I agree that it was difficult to attend the PTA meetings in the daytime... and there was a core group of parents that were able to do it.. But I am thankful for them .. No complaints except that it didnt go through high school!!!My kids loved it and both were in Gate,,,, One of best schools in the district ..!! If parents feel discriminated against,, this MUST be addressed..., I have however seen parents being soooo demanding to teachers to where it was unreasonable.. The office was great especially Mrs Hicks !!! A great school

- submitted by a community member
no rating November 04, 2009
Great School !!! my kids are very happy there. good teachers and great location.

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November 04, 2009
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September 19, 2008
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- submitted by a community member
May 29, 2008
I do not reallly understand all the negative reviews. Both my children (Grade 1 and 4) love their school and their teachers. Both teachers are very qualified and easy to talk to. As a volunteer, I see how they deal with the incredible diversity and the different needs of the children with wisdom, with a great deal of sensitivity. The librarian is great! Wonderful fieldtrips! There could be more afterschool/arts programs.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2008
I'm somewhat shocked at some of these reviews. I have two kids attending Doyle and they love it. I have open communication with their teachers and feel I am well aware of the activities going on there. It is a big school ~800 students. It is very diverse. There is strong community involvement. They have a wonderful library and librarian. Both of my children are excelling in their learning. My family feels welcome and happy with Doyle.

- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2008
Teacher and principal quality is very poor. Some teachers are insensitive and under qualified. Children aren't disciplined at all. A very bad school in general.

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 26, 2007
Doyle is good for the younger grades, where there are many many children of post-docs, PhD candidates, and visiting professors at UCSD. At the higher grades, it's a like different school, especially if your kid isn't in GATE. The school tracks and divides GATE and non-gate kids into separate classrooms at the older grades. The non-GATE classes are heavily minority and the school seems to have given up on the idea that all kids should receive equal educational opportunities.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2007
It has only been a month, but we've been disappointed with Doyle. The communication with parents is very poor. There was no orientation for new students (apparently they held it at the end of last year), and no communication from the principal whatsoever for an entire month - and even then, no explanation for Doyle's dropping test scores. All in all, it feels like a factory - they move kids through the system without much individual attention. Hoping it will improve as the year progresses, but we're off to a bad start.

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2007
We have not been happy with Dolye. Lunch time is loud and chaotic. This school is diverse but there is not enough staff to deal with this diversity.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2007
I went to this school for elementary school. There were some good teachers but most needed some serious senisitvity training. The kids were great though, and so was parent involvement.

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November 05, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2006
The administration touts the stats showing what a 'great' school Doyle is. Wrong. From my experience many of the kids who are testing very high on the state tests are very often at Doyle only briefly -- they move back to their home country or to another area of SD or move to a Seminar school. The scores are a reflection of their innate intelligence and the fact that many Doyle parents spend lots of time supplementing their kids formal education.

- submitted by a parent
September 01, 2006
Doyle was named a California Distinguished School last year. That says it all! Visit the classrooms and you will be absolutely amazed. The academic level is extremely high and the incredible diversity makes the school truly unique. As a parent, I couldn't dream of a better school for my child!

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2006
What makes the school and its test scores are primarily the students themselves. The school has limited resources and contributes not as much as would be imagined to the success of the students.

- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2006
Great School! Academics are sound.Dropping off child in the morning is a madhouse. Lots of traffic,controling staff and frantic parents who think its nascar.

- submitted by a parent
February 28, 2006
Doyle's academic program is good. However, there is a strong racist/discriminatory tendency that permeates everything from the administration to the school yard. The student population is very diverse, but the faculty is not, and that has an adverse effect on student-teacher interactions and perceptions. Minority families will have to be very involved in order to get fair treatment within the classroom. This is a community of 'stay-at-home' moms, and it is reflected in everything from the mid-day PTA meetings to the favored students. If you work F/T and have brown skin, you better be on your Ps and Qs, otherwise your child will not get the best experience that Doyle has to offer. Unfortunately, 5-8 families of color have expressed the same sentiments, some even removed their children from the school.

- submitted by a parent
February 28, 2006
If I go to one more gathering/party where the parents are complaining about the insensitivity of the faculty to the students/families, I will really have to meet with the Board of Ed. Doyle has such a diverse student body that you would think the teachers would leave their biases at home. This group of teachers, while they believe in working the children, as evidenced by the ridiculous amounts of homework, lacks in the diversity and sensitivity departments. The office staff is considerate, but the Principal and V.Principal leave much to be desired. The GATE program is not as diverse as the student body. What does that tell you? And there are many students that are native English speakers that somehow get overlooked or disregarded. Doyle would be even better if they had some professional development in the race and community relations areas.

- submitted by a parent
February 28, 2006
This could be a really great school if only the teachers could get more help with all of the international students that attend the school. More in the way of aids, resources and just money would make this a better school. It is far from being the worst, but could be much better. Teachers are great! Office staff could use some help!

- submitted by a parent
January 26, 2006
Very divert school. The office staffs are very friendly. Overall my daughter is very happy and is learning.

- submitted by a parent
November 27, 2005
Doyle is a unique school with a diversity of students. The teachers are very experienced and hard working. The administrators care about the school and also work hard to increase achievement for all students and provide a safe and clean environment. Although some students are learning English, they learn very quickly and are strong in math. The test scores continue to rise each year and about 200 of the students are qualified as GATE. There is a nice grass area to play and a large clock that was donated by the La Jolla Rotary. Chess, English, Aerobics, and Mad Science are offered after school. Enrollment continues to also increase with 804 students enrolled this year. Class size to reduced in grades 4 and 5 by the school funding an extra teacher. An additional teacher was also hired to support the students that need additional help in reading.

- submitted by a administrator
October 04, 2005
Kindergarden experience has been very positive. There is a strong emphasis on academics, communication with parents is excellent and there are plenty oportunities for parents to be involved.Main problem is parking in the morning. Make sure to arrrive at least 10 min early to find a parking. There is drop off available but it is overwhelming for a younger child. Supervision during lunchtime is questionable,too. There is outstanding music teacher and library program. I love Book Buddies, where older and younger kids are paired during one period and read together. Unfortunately, there is no foreign language program at kindergarden level or computer class.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 26, 2005
The school is very large and my child tells me that he is worried he will be lost there, I know he means literally lost but they definitely do not see him, what he needs, how he learns. It is only important that he sit on his square and follow directions. I was disappointed with Doyle. The academics are strong because it is extremely important. My son enjoys chess club which is after school and the community center next door is convenient for classes. The parents seem really great, Doyle is just not a good fit for our family.

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2005
My daughter went to kindergarten in 2004 year and went from letters to reading in that time. I found the approach to learning and discipline was solid and performance oriented. Parents can put a lot of time in if wanted, with the amount of homework and info sent home. I wonder if it is too compeditive but I can't fault the results.

- submitted by a parent
July 09, 2005
My daughter will be entering the 4th grade in the fall. I love Doyle Elementary. The teachers are first rate veterans with extensive teaching experience and a great understanding of children's behavior. The ciriculum is challenging. The kids seem to be well adapted.

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2005
I love how our school is so diverse. Our teacher are very devoted to the quality of their teaching. We have very professional parents dedicated to the education of their children. The quality of education we get from Doyle is priceless.

- submitted by a parent
March 13, 2005
As parent of a kindergartener I may be naive, but a school that makes kids rush through snack and lunch for way-too-short recess where there is no shade, the kids cannot run and have to line up at the water fountain - is a school run for the benefit of administrators, not children. Teachers are good, but the school is crowded and admin. has it easy with mainly immigrant parents who would never dare to complain. On 'Pajama Day' it was pouring with rain, so most American parents said 'forget it!' and bundled up their kids in warm clothing. I was amused to see that in spite of the weather, most of the foreign kids were dutifully delivered to school in pajamas, just like they were told. Good grief!

- submitted by a parent
December 03, 2004
Doyle is a unique school because of it's diversity. It is home to children from all over the world and the school celebrates it's diversity, especially during the annual International Festival. Doyle's teachers are knowledgable and friendly. The school is in a great neighborhood where kids and parents can feel safe!

- submitted by a teacher
September 28, 2004
I can't say I was pleased with our overall experience at Doyle. I know there are worse schools, many in San Diego, but there are certainly better schools. The teachers were great but seemed tense, increasingly so over several years. The principal seemed distant. The math program changed every year, confusing teachers and students. The Raven test for acceptance into the gifted program was a joke (using a single logic test to determine academic ability). The PTA needed a lot more involvement. And where did all our fund-raising money go anyway? The classrooms were very cluttered. There were safety issues as well as the minor detail of children not being able to run at recess. We enjoyed the people we knew there. We miss the kids' friends and their parents. It was an enjoyable group of people. But we don't miss San Diego School District; it was not particularly child friendly.

- submitted by a parent
April 15, 2004
This is a great school. There are so many wonderful teachers dedicated to their jobs. Its rich multicultural atomosphere provides a unique environment for kids to be exposed to different cultures around the world. This will definitely be beneficial for their life in a long run.

- submitted by a parent
March 06, 2004
Doyle is a great school. Teachers genuinely care about their students and work closely with parents to ensure each child's success. The only drawbacks to the school are traffic and parking congestion, which I think is a prominent problem at most schools. I think they could add more extra-curricular activities and make their computer lab more efficient but overall it is an excellent school. It is very safe with minimal discipline problems. My child is very happy with Doyle and his overall experience.

- submitted by a parent
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Doyle Elementary School
3950 Berino Court, San Diego, CA  92122
(858) 455-6230
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Doyle Elementary School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 62 reviews. Top