Students enrolled 302
Hours 7:50 - 1:50
School leader Jolynn Washington
Transportation options Yes
District San Francisco Unified School District
Before school Yes
After school Yes
Summer program Yes

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400 Sargent Street
San Francisco, CA 94132

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(415) 469-4726
(415) 584-7972
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4 stars
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October 29, 2014
Very limited exposure to social studies, to art, and to the social development of the individual child. There is little instruction beyond what's in the homework packet making it a disappointingly unambitious start to early education. I stumbled on a 2010 parent Yelp review which articulates complaints that are very legitimate regarding the academic deficiencies.

- submitted by a community member
October 20, 2014
JOES has a very small student-teacher ratio (at least for the K, 1st, and 2nd grade levels). More importantly, it is an outstanding student-teacher ratio. We quantify this by the wide-spread smiles. Ms. Serra is my daughter's 2nd grade teacher at JOES. She has the awesome ability to stimulate the children s academic mind and at the same time balances the children s emotional and physical health. She encourages the children to derive at their answers through logic, not memorization. She starts Friday mornings with a fun yoga session in the cafeteria - the kids learn the poses through funny animal poses. In the afternoons, the children relax their mind and body through mindfulness. Go Crafternoon!

- submitted by a parent
October 04, 2014
My daughter is in 1st grade MI class. We love this school for several reasons: 1. We like the fact that it's a MI program, that's very important for us. The teachers are super accommodating to different children's learning styles. 2. We like the early start time of 7:50, because both of us work during the day. 3. We love the principal Ms.Washington. She is reasonable, but not rigid. She also works so hard, shows up for meetings days, nights, and weekends. 4. I love the parents involvement. PTA is ran by a group of parents who are very supportive, but more laid back in their styles. People tend to pitch in to solve problems or voice their opinions and listen to others. 5. I prefer my child in a school that are more diverse, so she would recognize and has a boarder perspective of the world she lives in. She loves to go school everyday, enjoys writing her diary in English and writing sentences in Chinese, explains to me what she learns from her science class - why sky is blue... It's pretty cool to watch.

- submitted by a parent
September 30, 2014
We feel really lucky. We were originally assigned to a school far from our home and not on our long list of choices. We had heard about JOES from someone in our neighborhood group but we fought with the idea of the long drive. The MI program helped us make the decision and we are so grateful that we got in! There are so few PUBLIC schools in the US that can provide this opportunity. Not only do the children learn to speak, read and write in mandarin, but they get the full benefit of being a part of the amazing diverse JOES community. I have made it a priority to help out as much as I can and I am so grateful to the other parents who are there when I cannot be. JOES is a fantastic place, although still a project under construction in many ways; the parents, teachers and Miss Washington are working hard to make it shine.

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2014
We are a new kindergarten family and have been really happy with the school so far. My son is in general ed with Mrs. Young, who has been teaching for over 30 years (most of those at JOES). She really cares about her students, and my son has learned so much already from her and the other teachers he gets to interact with. Pros: The kids have PE every day which I think is so important, they learn about nature and the environment through close connection with Brooks Park next door, and they foster school-wide connection with a Friday assembly led by Mrs. Young herself! Cons: the school is under construction, making for a somewhat chaotic and messy learning environment (although the end result of a new, safe space seems worth it to me). The early start time is challenging for our family, I would love to see it move later. I also find it unnecessary to require uniforms for such young children, but my so doesn't seem to mind it. We live in the neighborhood, and I had hoped that more families attending JOES would be in the neighborhood as well, but it does seem to be a lot of families who drive here from elsewhere. Would love to see more walking to school!

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2014
I can't speak to the problems that parents may be experiencing with the Mandarin Immersion curriculum, but we received a very detailed outlook of the coming year at Back-to-school night last night. Our daughter is in the GE program and although we had some rough patches last year, she has come home everyday since school started this year telling us how much she loves school. Her reading and writing has improved triple-fold and I think that is in part due to Reader's and Writer's Workshop as much is it to increased maturity. This school has something very special going for it. Something I remember from growing up in the SFUSD. The school has a diverse student body and truly caring teachers and staff. There is so much more here than you will find on a list of the upcoming year's curriculum. I give the school 4 starts because there is always room for improvement.

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2014
I have 2 children at JOES, one in MI and one in GE. Both are thriving. I find that the academics are appropriately challenging, the teachers are creative and my children are learning good social skills. I love the parent community and, like my children, have made life-long friends. I wish everyone liked JOES, but school choice is incredibly personal. When we got into JOES 5 years ago, I felt that we had won the lottery, I still feel that way today. If you have questions, come to a school tour! I'll be there. -Spring

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2014
A parent at Jose Ortega has asked that other parents post reviews here of Jose Ortega. They probably want to counter some recent negative reviews rather than admitting that real problems exist and setting about fixing them. The reviewer who said complaints at Jose Ortega are shot down and met with opposition rather than with corrective action are correct. My child has been at Jose Ortega since kindergarten and I am quite unhappy with the rigor of the faculty and administration in communicating and applying curricular goals. At back-to-school night, the explanation of the year's curriculum ran all of four bullet points. We have friends and family whose children have gone through the Cantonese immersion programs at Alice Fong Yu and West Portal Elementary and the education at those schools is far superior. Jose Ortega could easily apply the curriculum from these high performing schools and adapt them for Mandarin. Why don't they?

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2014
Saddened to see recent negative reviews I have to ask these parents if they have shared their concerns or given feedback directly to teachers or Principal Washington. JOES is a wonderful community and I am constantly surprised by the additional art and science instruction my children have received. Although it has varied from grade to grade, by the end they get a very rich education. I also find Principal Washington very open to discussion and very knowledgeable on the business of educating children. To concerns on Mandarin Immersion I would point out that the Cantonese curriculum from AFY and WP cannot be used...they use traditional characters while we use simplified and of course the spoken language is very different. This is a much newer program and the faculty and parents have been very engaged in taking feedback and investigating resources. Having said that I am quite happy to learn that unhappy families are leaving, allowing the rest of us to enjoy this small caring school and all it has to offer!

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2014
My daughter is in MI 4th Grade. We love Jose Ortega - period. This is why: - After all these years, she loves school, and loves learning. - Every single teacher we have had is extremely caring and responsive to my (sometimes many) concerns. - Our principal, Ms. Washington, knows us by name since day 1. She leads with passion and protects the interests of the kids and her faculty and staff. - The JOES community is warm, engaging and active. Every school has a different dynamic. Every school has parents who are dissatisfied. That's okay. We are blessed to have so many choices in this city. We should all be happy with our kids education, and I am. I did not choose AFY or other Chinese schools in the city because learning Cantonese is not a matter of "different pronunciation". I speak Mandarin, and I cannot understand anything my Cantonese friends say. Additionally, I want my child to learn more than academics. I want her to grow up to be a good human being. I want her to welcome diversity in her life, to be kind and treat her peers fairly, and to be a productive citizen in this world. Jose Ortega fosters that in my child every day.

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2014
I'm sorry to hear other parents are unhappy. Their complaints just don't resonate with me personally. My child is thriving at JOES after 4 years in the Mandarin Immersion Program. She performs well above grade level academically, she talks about what she s learning with enthusiasm, she loves her many, diverse friends and she likes her teachers (even when they give her too much homework ). In my experience, the staff at Jose Ortega are very receptive to feedback, they communicate well, and they embrace challenges with creativity and flexibility. I've seen positive changes happen every year. I hope constructive dialogue continues and that frustrations can be addressed openly.

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2014
Jose Ortega is an excellent school with lots of room for parent involvement and a rigorous academic approach that is not rigid, but rather inspires curiosity and creativity in the students at the school. The kids at this school want to learn and are excited about learning. This is due to the highly professional faculty, staff, and the incredible leadership of principal JoLynn Washington. The proof is in the pudding: My daughter went to Jose Ortega, Mandarin Immersion, from K-5th grade and graduated to Aptos Middle School as did many Jose Ortega students. What did I see in her first year there? Many Jose Ortega alum on the honor roll and one of them won a city-wide science contest. Additonally, Aptos teachers have told me that the students from Jose Ortega are well-prepared for middle school. Seems like whatever the school is doing is working!

- submitted by a parent
September 10, 2014
We had high-hopes when we enrolled our child in the Mandarin immersion program at Jose Ortega. However, we likely will be moving our child out of this school. Our child, who reads at a 5th grade level at home, is being assigned reading, 3-letter spelling words, and math more suited to a preschool environment. Curriculum in social studies and science is almost nil and the worst aspect is that our child is neither motivated nor inspired to learn at school. There are many great language immersion schools in SFUSD and it is a mystery why Jose Ortega and Starr King (the only two w/ Mandarin) have not adopted the proven curriculum at Alice Fong Yu or West Portal, which teach Cantonese (identical to Mandarin in all but pronunciation). The administration, faculty, and PTA at Jose Ortega claim to be open to dialogue, but in reality, complaints are often dismissed as dissent. This is not the place for parents who want their child challenged by a rigorous, engaging learning environment.

- submitted by a parent
July 26, 2014
Principal Washington is a great leader. She believes in innovative child-centered teaching, strives for academic excellence, but also emphasizes helping children grow emotionally, socially, and physically. She knows each child's name, and she greets them with a smile. Our teachers love kids and love teaching! The teachers are constantly striving to improve they attend professional development in the summer and share insights with peers. Our teachers are happy, and this spills over into their classroom teaching. We have an active PTA. At our spring social, parties hosted by parents are auctioned. This raises money for the school AND builds community. We have a great curriculum. In reader's/writer s workshop, all grades spend each trimester studying a different style of writing. My kindergarten daughter wrote a persuasive piece and five non-fiction books, and that's only a snippet of the writing she did. Plus she learned to read. We have two science consultants working this year to ensure each class does one hands-on science experiment each week. But what I love the most is my daughter is happy, growing, safe and welcomed each day of the school year:)

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2013
Where do I begin? As J.O.E.'s Principle, Jolynn Washington possesses all the best leadership qualities one should expect from a person in her position. She's strict yet compassionate, bright but not arrogant, approachable but has boundaries. I can't say enough about her. Her passion for teaching is as apparent and and and mantra to "never give up on a child" is obvious. Teachers are experienced and dedicated. I don't know how they do it but the attention and care they have shown my child it's hard to believe there are 20+ other children in his class. Parental involvement is a huge part of this schools success as well. And if you're seeking diversity, this is one of the few public schools in San Francisco where diversity truly exists. This school doesn't cram last minute to simply achieve high test scores. They teach with the whole child in mind. There's no phony pretense here. It's a real hidden gem.

- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2013
this is a great school...all the staff are so nice! They are very helpful and very patience to answer all my questions.Principal ,Miss Li and Miss Chen are great!!!!!! Thank you so much for take care my daughter:)

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2012
We are very grateful to placed at Jose Ortega; this is our second year and both of our kids are very happy to go to school. We transferred our older one to Jose Ortega last year and he really LOVE Jose Ortega. He asked us last school year if he can stay at Jose Ortega for the next school year. The school is very caring; the teachers are honest and it's an environment kids thrive and the teachers work on developing the whole child, not just academics -- that is our favorite part of the school -- their focus on whole child development, not just test scores. We have one child in GE and one in mandarin immersion and both programs are as impressive.

- submitted by a parent
October 16, 2012
I'm so proud to say my daughter is a student at Jose Ortega ES. This is our third year and our experience - and the school's test scores - keep getting better and better. There's no such thing as an "oh no" teacher assignment here. Every teacher has impressive tenure, is attentive to all students, strives to work out any learning issues, continues to grow and it glad to be here and part of the staff. The principal is energetic and caring. It's such a pleasure to be lead by someone who loves what they do every day. The school has a culture of kindness. I think that's rare. The diversity of the school is impressive - cultural, social, economic and academic all cover the entire scale. The acceptance of all these things really allows all of the children to thrive. I feel lucky that we started here while JOES was still under the radar. I think it will increasingly become a desired school. I believe there was a wait list here for the first time in both Mandarin Immersion and General Education this year.

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2012
I am so thankful that my daughter is at Jose Ortega. While the parking and early morning start (7:50am), is challenging to get used to, I can't ask for more from a public school. The children wear uniforms, they have incredible teachers, low turn over, a parent committee who is devoted to raising money for special programs and to support teachers, and a garden! If you are looking for a school with a caring principal who continues to win award after award for her leadership and love of education and children, you are at the right place.

- submitted by a parent
September 06, 2011
Jose Ortega has exceeded my expectations thus far. As a new parent w/ a child in the Mandarin immersion program, we were warmly welcomed by both the teachers, administration and other parents. There is a strong community working together to raise and educate children. It's an exciting place to learn and a shining example of what a school should be!

- submitted by a parent
September 04, 2011
JOES is a true gem of a school! Fantastic principal leadership, knowledgeable and dedicated staff, active and involved parents, and close-knit, welcoming community. Other highlights: a thriving Mandarin immersion program, a diverse student body that feels like real San Francisco, an innovative art program, and differentiated learning that meets kids where they are (not a one-size-fits-all approach). Best of all, my child loves going to school at JOES and is flourishing there, both academically and socially. Jose Ortega is a credit to SFUSD and an example of what a great public school can be!

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2010
I love Jose Ortega because it has a Mandarin Immersion program and my daughter is learning to speak Chinese. I love that the school is small and everyone knows one another, so it feels like a big family. I love that the school has a strong arts program. I love the location on top of a hill that overlooks the Pacific Ocean. The playground is nestled against a wooded park and it's not unusual to spot a hawk soaring overhead.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 15, 2010
I am a parent of two boys at Chinese Mandarin class at Jose Ortega...We love this school very much. Nice teachers and staffs..

- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2010
Our daughter loves Jose Ortega Elementary, and we are very pleased with the commitment of parents. The principal makes it a priority to know each student personally, and tailors their educational program if needed. The art teacher is exceptional, as are the two teachers that teach our child every day. In her first year at the school, we are impressed with all of the events so far, especially the Chinese New Year parade and the Umoja Festival. The neighborhood and school are safe and the location is lovely, next to a park and with a sweeping ocean view.

- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2010
Our whole family is so happy at JOE's. Coming from a co-up I was worried that the sense of community we were used to would disappear. I need not have worried. My daughter had a hard time saying goodbye to us when she first started, but with the patience and barrage of support from everybody from teachers office staff and parents she soon adapted and are now absolutely thriving. I feel good leaving my daughter at this amazing loving school every morning and most importantly so does she. Parent involvement is very welcomed and the PTA is filled with people with great ideas and the drive to see them come true. This is a GEM of a school and we feel lucky and honored to be part of this community

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 12, 2010
Our son is in kindergarten this year, and the school has exceeded our expectations. So far this year, he has: learned to read, gone on three field trips (with more to come), marched in San Francisco s Chinese New Year parade, tried garbanzo beans and other healthy foods offered during nutrition classes, been inspired to learn the piano during the school s annual UMOJA unity festival, done wonderful art projects, and learned about being a caring community by donating through his classroom to the victims of the earthquake in Haiti. It s a wonderful community, and our whole family is very happy there.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 12, 2010
We feel so lucky to be part of the Jose Ortega Elementary School community! When I toured schools I was particularly excited and impressed by the engaging way that Ms. Chan interacted with her Mandarin Immersion kindergarten. I now, daily, come away from the school continuously impressed not only with Ms. Chan but with the dedicated principal, staff and teachers, along with all the arts and activities going on weekly! The students have participated in a winter musical performance, the Chinese New Year parade and the Umoja (unity) festival, and feast (followed by the kick-off of the annual district-wide kickball tournament)and a weekly Friday sing-along. Parents are friendly, involved and helpful; whether your child studies Mandarin, General Ed. or Cantonese Bilingual, you ought to give this school serious consideration; the principal leads a wonderful community school!

- submitted by a parent
March 10, 2010
JOES wasn't on my radar when I toured schools for the 2009-10 school year. We focused on the school walking distance from home, which we didn't get into during any lottery round. We enrolled in the Mandarin Immersion program during open enrollment - still keeping our neighborhood school as our wait pool school. We met JOES families over the summer and instantly felt welcomed. During the first week of school, we received the call that we could switch to our wait pool school. We turned it down and stayed at JOES - even though we drive 15 minutes instead of walking two blocks. Why? Because it just felt right. The principal was dynamic, the teachers were motivated and the community was involved. We haven't looked back. Our daughter skips into and out of school every day! Although we are in the MI program we would be as happy in General Ed.

- submitted by a parent
December 09, 2009
When I visited the school, I felt welcomed and I could feel a sense of community. My daughter was coming from a private school and she entered Jose Ortega on first grade. She integrated right away, no issues at all. She's happy to go to school and loves the YMCA after school program, which is provided in the same school. The principal, miss Washington, is very energetic, likes to be involved and is a little engine behind all the school activities. I am really impress with the art the kids create and the wonderful job the art teachers do. The school is close to public transportation (Muni M and 29), and to a SF Public Library branch. the neighborhood is very good and it is at teh side of a park. The view of Lake Merced and Daly City is wonderful. My daughter loves her school and I also love this place.

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 20, 2009
Jose Ortega is a wonderful, caring school. The staff is great don't run away they will help with any questions or advice you may need. Do yourself a favor and visit this gem of a school.

- submitted by a parent
November 19, 2009
This school is wonderful! I feel very lucky to have my daughter starting kindergarten here this year. The principal fast became my favorite part of the school with her natural leadership abilities and the way all the kids admire and respect her. We look forward to the next 6 years at JOES! The school spirit is beyond anything I have ever experienced even at college. The parents are very involved and the teachers dedicated and talented! If you enroll at JOES or just happen upon it, congratulations on the top notch education that your child is about to receive! Thank you JOES! Laura

- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2009
My son is in the second grade and we are very pleased with Jose Ortega. The art program is terrific - last year they learned origami from the artist-in-residence and this year they've started with abstract painting. The play structure is a little small but is being enlarged in the spring. Parents recently started a greening committee and new plants and garden planters are popping up around the school grounds. We've meet so many friendly parents at school, and many of them volunteer by helping the teachers or supervising recess. The principal really gets involved with the kids which she can do since the school is fairly small. She taught my son's class to play kickball when they were having trouble coming up with appropriate playground games. I am most impressed by the fantastic teachers, many of whom have been at the school for 20 years.

- submitted by a parent
October 18, 2009
If you notice, the reviews were done in groups. OOps, we need a review that is great so more parents will pick this school. 'Get in while you can.' My advice to you is--run away while you can. There are no standards of behavior for the children. The classroom sport broken toys and dried up playdough. If you aren't buying into the system be prepared for the most incompetent responses ever from the administration. Do yourself a favor and visit when the tour is not running.

- submitted by a parent
October 07, 2008
We LOVE Jose Ortega! The only reason I didn't rate it 5 star is because there is still some work to do. Which I actually view as a positive, because there are lots of opportunities to get involved! I feel VERY strongly that with such a dedicated principal, teachers and parent community this school is only going to get better with each passing year. This is a great community for dedicated parents who want the best educational experience for their kids. The artist-in-residence has worked very hard with the kids to create a warm, artistic environment which is evident on every wall at the school. The staff is committed and caring, the afterschool program is wonderful...my daughter never wants to leave before 6pm! Get in while you can!

- submitted by a parent
September 30, 2008
My son is in Kindergarten. Every day, he pops out of bed bright and early as he can't wait to go to school! He is learning a lightening speed and I''m very impressed with his teacher, Jolyn the fabulous principle and the families we have met thus far. Jose Ortega was not the school we chose from the start, but we are so happy to be part of this wonderful, dedicated community. It's a safe place for our kids to learn. This is what matters the most!

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 19, 2008
Lakeside Presbyterian Church has been supporting Jose Ortega for several years by providing new uniforms, graham cracker snacks and cards of encouragement to the children. We are so proud of 'our' school! The teachers and staff have a real heart for the children.

- submitted by a community member
September 02, 2008
We just started in Mand. Immersion with Ms. Chan and our son has learned a good number of phrases and words! The teachers and principle are friendly and staff helpful. There is a community and we're excited about this upcoming year!

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2008
My daughter is in Third grade this year at Jose Ortega. This is her first year there. She is really happy and excited. Jose Ortega's principal is fabulous and seems very determined to better the school. This school is very friendly and the teachers look very dedicated. This school has a warming and welcoming feeling about it. The only down fall that I can say about this school is that they do not have a computer lab for the kids, but I am sure Jolynn (principal) is working on it. I suggest the parents take a double look at this school because it is up and coming.

- submitted by a parent
October 24, 2007
We speak no Mandarin at home, but thought that a Mandarin immersion program would give our daughter an invaluable life skill. She has thrived in the program, picking up vocabulary at lightning speed, and loves to try out her Mandarin with the various native speakers we know. The school itself is small and community-oriented. Our daughter has made friends in her program as well as in Jose Ortega's General Education, Special Education, and Cantonese ESL programs. All the staff we have encountered have been friendly and dedicated, from the hugely popular gym teacher to the General Education teachers and office workers. The principal, JoLynn Washington, is warm and hard-working and clearly enjoys interacting with the kids. Her values infuse the entire school.

- submitted by a parent
October 22, 2007
I love Jose Ortega, but more importantly, my son loves Jose Ortega. He tells me that he feels safe and loved there and that his favorite activites are PE, going to the school library, and lunch! Teachers challenge him academically and the principal is attentive and nuturing. She even knows the names of all the parents and students---incredible! I encourage you to come see how great Jose Ortega school is for yourself. Better yet, join us for our Friday morning Sing-Along to get a taste of our school spirit.

- submitted by a parent
October 18, 2007
Jose Ortega has one of the best principals we've ever encountered. She is both focused on student academic achievement and social development. The school is extremely diverse and includes many wonderful educational programs: a Mandarin Immersion Program, a Cantonese/English Bi-Lingual Program, a Full Inclusion Program for Special Education Students, and a General Education Program. All of the teachers are dedicated to student success and that has been demonstrated by jumps in recent Standardized Test Scores. The school has an active PTA, afterschool care, an on-going artist in residency program, and a full-time PE teacher. The school sits on top of a scenic hillside in San Francisco with views of the ocean and a natural undeveloped City Park. Our daughter attends the Mandarin Immersion Program and loves it, and we look forward to our second daughter attending!

- submitted by a parent
April 11, 2007
My daughter is in 1st grade at Jose Ortega Elementary in San Francisco. This school has been a blessing. My baby was able to read bedtime stories to me in kindergarten! Every faculty member knows every child by name & treats every child with respect & loving kindness. This school is clean & safe. There are between 18-24 students per class. Our principal, Mrs. Jolynn Washington, is a loving, patient & knowledgeable educator who truly cares about her students. JOES is proving my child with the skills she will need to succeed while giving her a love of learning that will stay with her through out her life. These teachers build confidence in our children & their abilities.

- submitted by a parent
March 28, 2007
Excellent small school. Have had one child go from K-6 and have one in 4th now. Great teachers and much improvement since 2000. More needs to be done for GATE students, however.

- submitted by a parent
September 19, 2006
Jose Ortega is small school. Which is something we found helpful to our daughter s education. There is more of a personal relationship between teachers, students, and parents. The location is great, a quiet neighborhood with great views of Lake Merced and the ocean. My husband and I are so grateful to the dedicated staff that has always being there to help us, and are so understanding of our daughter's individual needs.

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February 03, 2004
Jose Ortega is wonderful small school. The Principal, Administrative staff and the Teachers are doing a wonderful job with the few resources they have. The children are generally well behaved and my child loves it.

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Ortega (Jose) Elementary School
400 Sargent Street, San Francisco, CA  94132
(415) 469-4726
Last modified Ortega (Jose) Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades K-5. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Ortega (Jose) Elementary School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 48 reviews. Top