I WOULD GIVE 0 STARS IF I COULD. TEACHERS SWEAR IN CLASS. I REPEAT, SWEAR LIKE BAD WORDS. WTH. TEACHERS ARE UNPROFESSIONAL AND DON'T CARE ABOUT YOU. THEY THINK OF YOU AS JUST A PERSON WHO COMES AND GOES. I'VE NEVER EVER SEEN THIS BAD OF A SCHOOL. NEVER IN MY LIFE.
At first, I was highly skeptical because in the past this school was known to be "bad." NOT ANYMORE! They REALLY improved! This school has changed it's image and policies and principal - even it's name! Yes, I was skeptical but it really has upgraded into a GREAT school. Very big on "Anti-Bullying" which is great. Their girls basketball coach is supportive and fun. The principal is wonderful (love the way he works). Very proactive staff... I have been greatful for the past two years. Thank you!
This school has a comprehensive curriculum for all students. There is a large group of second language learners, all in English Language development and/or math support classes. Here are the electives we currently offer for the 2012-2013 school year ~ A State-Award winning Exemplary Visual Arts Program; Music - including band, guitar, choir,keyboarding; Robotics; Foreign Language: Spanish; AVID; Leadership; MESA, Student Leadership. We have extracurricular girls/boys sports teams in Volleyball, soccer, basketball, and cross country. We offer geometry to qualifying 8th graders. We offer science, social studies, history, mathematics, (ELA) English Language Arts, English Language Development (ELD), interventions for Math/English Language Arts, We have a highly qualified staff of educators and administrators. All supportive to help each student be successful in academics as well as social skills. Contact Irma Loera, office manager 408-283-6400 to enroll your student in Bridges Academy for the 2013-2014 academic school year! Placements are filling up quickly!
This school is a very good, full-curriculum Jr. High. It has outlets for students; such as, music (band), Dance Troop, Cheerleading, and Sports. Then, I heard there's other things. You just have to be in the know, or get your student to bring you the flyers home or check in the office as you wait patiently for someone to get a moment to help you. They are very busy with students and day-to-day activities.