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Aurora, CO
Students enrolled: 889

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403 South Airport Blvd
Aurora, CO 80017

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(303) 309-6657
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October 08, 2014
The last post on 10/2/2014 is so TRUE. If I can give this school a lower star I would. Horrible school. This school testing scores are soooo low, that if your child were to attend another school, your child will fail. If your child is smart, the teacher will hold your child back so that the other children can catch up. They teach the children to tell if they see bullying but punish the teller or re-victimizing the victim all over again. Teachers tell the kids to disobey their parent and when called on the bad advise, the teacher wants to cry intimidation. The administration says "you don't want to be known as the parent who goes off on a teacher...then the student will suffer from your actions". This statement was from their student Coordinator Ms. Houghtaling. If you ask to see the "teacher" credentials, they will not be told to you. Half of the teachers just have a certificate that's not up to the standards to the US let alone the National teachers standards. Kids everywhere at all times Not even in class. Teachers can't control their classrooms. Traffic is out of control. The school is supposed to be "culturally diverse" but it's not. HORRIBLE school.

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2014
Contrary to the previous post about how "great" GVA is, there is more to education than parental involvement. While it is key, parents who work hard to be there for their children also deserve the same attentiveness and care from staff who work for and with their children. GVA Aurora is simply not a school that supports ALL of the families and their students that attend this school! The focus is NOT negativity, but rather truth. GVA Aurora is not a great school and ALL the concerns presented are facts; the truth! The facility is filthy, carlines are totally unsafe though there are extremely rude staff members who attempt to "direct traffic", the only parents who have no problem with issues like these are those who are comfortable with below average education. All children, no matter ability deserve the best education. All the "supportive" parents claim your child must be practically perfect to attend GVA, so basically ALL special needs or other so called

- submitted by a community member
September 29, 2014
Both of my kids attend GVA, and love it. I make sure to work very closely with their teachers and staff to ensure the best education possible. The reviews left by other parents are quite negative, and I understand their concerns, however if you do have a well behaved child who is open to learning and you are there to guide them, they will do just fine. If you are a lazy parent who does not stay involved with your child's academics, do not send them here.

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2014
IGNORANCE IS NOT BLISS. If you are a parent with a child at GVA read the reviews, visit unannounced and volunteer. You will pull your child out! What actually happens during the day is not what you think. Ask for proof of teachers credentials and is they were validated as well as the principal. You will be shocked. Not only are there academic concerns there are security concerns. They didn't see me or question me when I walked onto the playground and picked up my son at lunch!

- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2014
This school is underrated. Yeah the language is a challenge but don't you think it school should be challenging! Yes if your child already has a disability maybe this isn't the school for your student- the language may be too much~! The traffic is horrible anywhere unless you use the bus and in my opinion this is an great chance for my child to be tri-lingual! The Spanish program is getting better and better with each year. My daughter is in 3rd and is able to read, write and communicate in English and Spanish. Don't pass this chance up just because a few parents get don't the program or hate the traffic.

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2014
This school was the worst thing that ever happened to our son who is now in 7th grade. He went to GVA for 1st grade and had huge struggles. We didn't know that he had an actual disability at the time, but I can tell you for sure that this school was absolutely not equipped to manage a child with any special learning issues of any kind. They do not have the staff. But worse than that, it was clear that they just wanted our son to go away. They had no solutions and did not care in the slightest. Teneshia Taylor was the only person who was concerned about the kids but she had zero support from the principle or anyone else. It was a terrible joke and a mess. Its was so disappointing because the concept was absolutely wonderful. But when you have incompetent people in charge, it doesn't matter how great the concept is. I wasn't ever going to write this review but when I happened upon this site and the reviews I saw here, I see that nothing has changed. DO NOT ever send your child here if you feel that they will need any additional help or cooperation beyond the regular classroom. They will not get it here.

- submitted by a parent
August 06, 2014
This school is not good. The principle has no respect to parents. The classroom is over crowded, no enough table, each table jammed up with over 6 kids. No playground, they let kids running on the parking lot. Many teachers have no certificates. Traffic is always more than a nightmare, gosh, no way to get in to the school, then once get in, then no way to get out, entrance is also exit. When my kid was there, I was unhappy and stressed everyday.

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2014
I have mixed emotions about this school. It started out with a great vision but somewhere along the way that vision was lost. Over-crowded classes, east campus is a pig style, teachers look overwhelmed and the place is chaotic. I think if they had taken time to perfect their model instead of the rapid expansion and "lets get as many kids as we can cram into classes" model, it would have been a great school. We finally decided to pull our kids out after this school year.

- submitted by a parent
June 13, 2014
Love this school! Like every school, especially charters, there are things that could be better but there is no place else in Aurora that students can learn French and Mandarin. My child has been here for several years and is able to communicate and learn in a language we don't speak at home. I love the diversity of her friends and classmates and Singapore math is great. Teachers care about their students like most teachers but she has been introduced to cultures from around the world. Getting my student to be both bilingual and literate in multiple languages are worth the things that are not perfect.

- submitted by a parent
May 23, 2014
My daughter has been going to GVA since kindergarten French, on fall she will go to 3rd grade. She's been doing great with French. I'm very pleased with the reading and math program. The staff has always been super friendly and helpful. I'm looking forward to enroll my son in kindergarden Spanish immersion on fall. I recommend this school to everybody. About the principal Barbara Ridenour I think she is doing her job right. I asked her support in a personal situation my family is going through by writing a letter which she was able to do and she denied the help. That was hurtful because I have been supporting the school for a long time; but that doesn't make the school bad or whatsoever. That is the only complaint I have about GVA.

- submitted by a parent
May 21, 2014
I was a previous student at this school and this school was the worst school i ever went to i was just in third grade and they were teaching me eighth grade math and to do math backwards and when ever my teachers handed me homework it was way above my learning level and i almost lost it i was running up and down the halls because the work was too much for me to understand i was only 9 when this was happening this also effected many other students in this dreaded school DON'T Ever Send Your Kids To This School! EVER! it will almost drive them to a mental breakdown like it almost did to me as a former student of this school i tell you to never send your kids to this school and if i could i would rate this school a 0 out of 10.

- submitted by a community member
May 20, 2014
It is painful for me to think about this school. The administration lacks leadership and it feels like nothing can be done without the approval of the Executive Principal. This is frustrating and disheartening because I expect the Principal at the school to have some authority to make decisions. The staff is grumpy and unhappy. There is so much division between the teachers that you can hear the gossip when you walk in the door. The school is filthy. The Gym is disgusting, the bathrooms are dirty, dust and grime are thick, and there is random 2nd hand furniture everywhere. Whoever is in charge of cleaning and maintenance is making money without fully doing their job. This school just does not make sense! We are withdrawing our children and are not looking back.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2014
My daughter is in the 1st grade mandarin program and loves it, she is speaking her immersion language in the advanced category already.I went to 8 schools before she started kindergarten but was afraid she would get bored because she knew kindergarten curriculum at age 3. I am really glad I found this school because now she can learn it all in a new language. That being said this school may not be a good fit if a child is behind in English already and you can not work with them at home since the first year is 100% immersion and is I think 80% for 1st and 2nd. Overall I have had a great experience with the staff and school as a whole, they allow you to be as involved as you want and the one time my daughter did have an issue it got handled the very same day. I can't complain.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2014
My daughter is in Sr Aguayo's Spanish kindergarten class! That man is a god send! Yes my kinder comes home with A TON of homework but just how much she has grown throughout this has truly been amazing! Test scores are low with the school but to be fair they all spend there day learning there immersion language yet Colorado makes us test in English. Sinta who works the desk also very relatable as well as Maria my daughter is always excited to walk in to school and see them both. Yes it's a big school but my child is not just a number to them everybody has truly taken the time to get to know her and what works best for her to learn. I love that GVA is our school and I'm truly excited to see how my child grows in her immersion language because of GVA!

- submitted by a parent
April 22, 2014
Not a very good school. The teachers are fine and some care, but the administration only cares about themselves. They don't treat the staff well, the quality of education is poor and they continuously change teachers because it is CHEAPER for them to do so.

- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2014
Terrible school! Extremely high turnover in administration, teachers and students. Test scores are low, academics is low too. The board does not manage the school instead they allow one person to dictate (The Executive Principal). The parking situation is a nightmare! There is no playground even though parents have raised money in the past for one. Executive Principal is not there for the best interest of children, they are only numbers for her. The immersion language concept is good, however there is no fidelity. Steer Clear for your own sanity!

- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2014
This school is just horrendous. My son has been at this school 2 years and I hate taking him everyday. The Executive Principal is a JOKE and is NEVER available to speak to parents, the onsite Principal is passive aggressive and never seems as if she truly wants to interact with parents. My sons teachers in the Mandarin program have been OK except this year. The teacher refuses to grade the students based on their work, and when you ask questions about your child she is always defensive and disturbingly aggressive. The parking situation is a nightmare and the teachers that aid in traffic sit around like thugs urging parents to move their cars even when your child is not buckled up! Several students have been hit in the loading and unloading zone! Simply put, the apathy from the executive staff, defensive teachers that are "BUSY" when you need to speak about your child's progress, the horrendous building and lack of playground facilities lends this school to a zero star rating in my opinion. Don't send your children here, it would be a mistake and the kids are numbers that are pushed through. If you advocate for your child you will be met with defensiveness! Steer Clear! THE WORST!

- submitted by a parent
March 13, 2014
Although the school offers immersion classes that are said to increase the capibility of getting a job the princible is less insistant on improving the schools that are already establitised instead she preferes to build new ones she hasn't gotten rid of the infestation instead increases the wild fire that is global village academy the vice princible desposes of teachers as if they were just an object of money so what ever you do DO NOT PUT YOUR CHIDEREN IN GLOBAL VILLAGE ACADEMY (you'd ruin their lives and make them antisocial)

- submitted by a community member
January 28, 2014
This is my son's 6th year at GVA. I also have two daughters in the lower grades. Although I had very high hopes for immersion education, I can't say it's been a success. My daughters are doing well and have learned Spanish fairly well for their respective ages, but my son is very far behind in his language track and no one noticed until this year. Although he's very good at math, his grades have been horrendous due to his inability to understand the Spanish instructions this year. The school had no structured immersion language curriculum until this year. My daughters have time to catch up, but my son does not. It's been a very frustrating year and we are looking at other schools at this point. As a previous person noted, immersion teachers are here on 3 year visas, so teacher turnover is constant. The best teachers seem to leave the soonest, unfortunately. Brilliant idea, poor execution.

- submitted by a parent
December 29, 2013
My school is global village academy in AURORA..I cannot thank Mr. Aguayo enough for teaching my son since kindergarten. He is the the most amazing teacher any parent can ask for. Also have to applaud the Principal for what she helped with my child...awesome school..I am am very blessed with the front desk..SO WELCOMEING

- submitted by a parent
December 26, 2013
This is our child s fifth year at GVA and at first, I thought it was a great idea for my two children to learn Chinese but did not think long term. For example, how will my children continue to learn Chinese after middle school? A lot of high schools do not teach this language. The math at GVA is a higher quality but they teach it in the foreign language, so if your child falls behind in their foreign language then they are sure to fall behind in math. I agree with another reviewer, who said that children can get left behind at this school. My son is two years behind in Chinese and we were just told. He is also behind in math because he can't understand his Chinese teacher and behind in English due to learning Chinese first. We have put him in tutoring for Chinese and math but his teacher brings it up in class and humiliates him. It seems many of the Chinese teachers use humiliation as a discipline or correction tool. Maybe it is part of their culture? GVA is not for every child. On the flip side GVA has some great teachers and academic programs. The after school programs are fun too. I just wish they could execute their vision for the school better.

- submitted by a parent
September 06, 2013
Ms. Quinn and Mrs. Woolington are excellent teachers, they are dedicated leaders and masters of the subjects they teach.

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2013
The teachers are some of the best I have ever seen; supportive, hard-working, and they care about each and every one of the students in their class. The staff is attentive and kind. There are some minor issues that need to be worked out by the principal and the charter collaborative, but progress takes time and experience, and GVA is a young school. This school gave my kindergartner and 2nd grader an immense knowledge of the French language already, which will only help both of them in their future school endeavors.

- submitted by a parent
May 21, 2013
GVA is great.... ONLY if you want your child to learn a language. Do NOT go here if you want any type of academic learning. Teacher turnover is super high... and has to be because they are here on 3 year Visas and have to go back after. That means that the new teachers have to start all over and the school will NEVER have a solid educational foundation. Also, the Global Village Collaborative MUST go away. They are pulling money from the other campuses (just look closely at the financials... money spent at gas stations called "supplies" and many more). Any organization that is taking resources from my kid's education is NOT ok with me. The Principals are employed by the Collaborative and "leased" by the campuses, therefore they will never have control to make any decisions about the campus without first going through the collaborative...Very inefficient. Socioeconomically speaking... Test scores don't lie. Great idea... Very poorly executed!

- submitted by a parent
April 15, 2013
This is one of three school rating sites I looked at before placing my child at GVA Northglenn. I wanted to come back here and report my findings because I had a major misconception about the importance of a schools' CCAP scores. Now that I've met the students, I see that some students' families come from all over the world. I am surprised by how often a student speaks a third language at home, the target language at school, and English only during English Literacy at GVA and during State Standardized testing. So comparing CCAP scores for average American students with students who hear one language at home, a different language at school, and standardized tests in English...is not an accurate way to assess the intelligence of the student body or the curriculum. When you have several students per class with such interesting challenges to the reporting process, you just cannot use the raw numbers. Also, I misunderstood the after school specials. At first I thought they were overpriced, but now I see that professionals from the community are coming in to teach these intense, specialized classes. This has become our favorite aspect of the school; life-changing teachers!

- submitted by a parent
November 04, 2012
This is my 4th, 3rd, and 1st grader's first year at GVA. I am so happy with the school so far. I love the parent involvement and the requirement for parents to put in at least 30 volunteer hours. I am happy with all my kid's teachers. I think this school is just the challenge my kids needed. We do not speak Spanish at home and it is exciting to see the progress they are making at school. Their English reading and writing, along with math, have improved also. I know many parents are upset with the principal for various reasons, but I am truly happy with this school overall.

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2012
kids can get lost easily at this school, a lot of safety issues. Went to pick up both my kids and nowhere to be found. Thank god we found them after lokking for about 20 minutes. It was a very sad day, but i transfered them to another school and we are all a lot happier with it. When I asked the GVA staff for a withrrow form,they said they were out because they had a lot withrrows going on. That tells me that I made the right desicion by switching them.

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2012
I am a former student going to Rangeview. I tested advanced in Math and am in 3rd year Spanish. Miss my teachers, especially MS. Hartwick and Mrs. Espinosa.

- submitted by a community member
August 18, 2012
Not for active kids. My daughter has attended for 2 days and she does not like it. Not your average kindergarten-not-wanting-to-be-away-from-mama not liking it. She's been to preschool without a problem for years. First day report - "my teacher is mean." She didn't get a sticker. She knew it was for "being bad" but she had no idea what she did. I asked the teacher and she said that she was "moving all the time." Oh. She's 5. She came from an active preschool where the kids didn't sit at tables all day except to eat. This was being bad to them (nevermind that you should give every kindergartner a sticker ON THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL!). I talked to her and told her that she wasn't in trouble from me (I know she doesn't like to sit still. That's just her.), but that her teacher wants her to be more still and look at her more. Her soundless splashy tears was her joyous, free spirit leaving her little body. Can they teach languages? Sure. However, I think they forget the are teaching CHILDREN. My daughter dreads going back there. I'm taking her out of this shool before it kills her love of school and learning, not to mention her spirit. Not for everyone. Listen to your child.

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2012
Wish I heard about this site earlier, probally would have never attended our neighborhood school, Tollgate. Program is one of kind, teachers are diverse and staff is friendly. Haven't meet the Principal (except for the information night) but probally not a bad thing. My child speaks a second language already so we are going for a 3rd. The French program seems good, will know more at the end of the year but for the first 2 weeks, prtetty good. Like the parent before wish there was bussing.

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2012
This is very unsafe school,my son was lost and nobody knew about it until i went to pick him up. I was looking for him all by myself and the staff there did not care at all for him or for. Had to call the police for help. After my son was found, i did not even get an apology . He is now in a safe school better than this one.

- submitted by a parent
June 09, 2012
I like the school my son is in kinder garten there. the only thing i wish they will have school buses for the people that we live far from the school

- submitted by a parent
June 01, 2012
My student has been attending GVA for 3 years and I keep thinking that it will get better organized but so far NOT. The lack of communication from the Admin really needs work. The teachers are GREAT! But I find that the left hand doesn t know what the right hand is doing. As for the language my child is able to speak, read, and write very well in Chinese. The teachers are willing to go the extra mile to help the students out. So for that I want to give an above average grade but in order to make it great we need to be organized.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2012
Classroom instruction in Chinese is fantastic! Teachers are caring and kid-focused. My kindergartener can converse with teachers from other classrooms and has impressed numerous other native speakers in other venues. Math instruction is accelerated with 2-digit addition w/o carrying and single digit subtraction by January of kindergarten. Cannot disagree with the reports of chaos - the K-2 building is not designed to be a school and to encourage parental communication they allow parents in the building both before and after school so the negative is canceled by the positive in my book. The principal (also bilingual) is responsive when issues arise. Staff (some bi-lingual) are dedicated and truly want to be there. Parental participation in our classroom is very strong. The school has only been open 4 years and has probably grown a little faster than they should have, in hind sight. Our pediatrician was enthusiastic about my son's enrollment: second language instruction has research to support the positive impact on increased brain development. With the global economy we are watching birthed right now, who wouldn't want to prepare their child to be successful in it ??

- submitted by a parent
October 24, 2011
To the parent who claims their child will have an edge over ours because she kept her kid in a mediocre Spanish immersion program...I've got news for you..My kid has been bilingual since birth...she was fluent before she ever hit the program. So don't be so quick to assume you know what you're talking about. We don't need our children to be in a Spanish immersion program to learn the language...because we're already bilingual and can educate them as we have since birth. And, there is at least one other public Spanish immersion program in the Denver area....do your research before you make such a claim. You can ask many other parents...the Spanish immersion program lacks substantially...just look at the high turnover of teachers. We're not the only ones that feel this way and it shows in the low enrollment numbers this year. It really is too bad...the school could be doing so much better, but it's not!

- submitted by a parent
October 19, 2011
I am a parent at GVA and I am completely satisfied with all that they have to offer. My child loves his teacher and the staff is so helpful and friendly! Everyday when my son and I go to school they greet him by name. I disagree with the parent that said that the French and Spanish are like the "red-headed step child of the school." My son is in the Spanish program and he is learning the Spanish language quite well; I am impressed with the level of dedication that his teacher has for her students. I have volunteered in the classroom several times and the teachers are always talking in Spanish as well as encouraging the students to speak in Spanish. I also really enjoyed the Smart Board in the classroom, what a cool piece of technology!! I wish that we had those when I was in school. I agree that the traffic situation is not optimal but it is what it is and every school is just as bad. I've had to pick up my nephews at a public school in Parker and it took me 20 minutes to get through the line! It is ridiculous for parents to dwell on the negative when their child is getting language immersion which is not provided in any other schools in the Denver area.

- submitted by a parent
September 21, 2011
My son is in the French Kindergarten program. I am amazed at how much he has learned in the short time he has been there. He already knows quite a bit of french and is even trying to teach me at home. His teacher seems awsome and caring. He loves going to school, he enjoys both the before and after school program very much as well as his classroom time. Everyone know's him by name and we are always greeted when he arrives. The only reaon I did not give the school 5 stars is because of the disorganization, not all of the time but at back to school night and open houses it is very disorganized.

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2011
I have to agree with the disorganization, however I have to believe that this will smooth out during the upcoming months. I have a Kindergartner and he is really thriving in the environment. Already have a bully issue, but I feel it is being promptly addressed.

- submitted by a parent
September 16, 2011
Love the Chinese language immersion program and the singapore math. This is our third year at the school and my two daughters are thriving and are both a year ahead in math. They enjoy going to school and love their teachers.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2011
What a disorganized mess. Had my doubts after the chaotic new student back to school night...where the principle seemed to be MIA. I withdrew my Kindergartener within the first week. I have never seen such a barren Kindergarten class ever. Not even some letters up on the wall. Seems like most of the "specials" they say they have are actually afterschool programs that the parents pay for. Instead of building new building they should have cut enrollment to a smaller size and fix up the classrooms .

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2011
. I love the cultural nights, and the Science Fair has really grown this year.My daughter is taking violin. They also added dance/drama this year, so I feel she is getting a lot more than she would at the district, especially with their budget cuts--learning a second language, arts, PE, and good afterschool program.. Parking and pick up are still bad, but they were at my last school as well. GVA is building a new building for next year right behind the current one.

- submitted by a parent
September 07, 2010
My daughter has been in the school for three years and is now scoring very high in math and language arts. The school has really grown as a community thanks to so many wonderful parents and the caring staff. As an added gift, students learn Mandarin, Spanish or French. My husband and I definitely reccommend it to any parent who wants something different from the traditional school setting.

- submitted by a parent
August 13, 2010
worst parking for drop off and pick up ever. My daughters a kindergartner at this school and they did not give her, her lunch...they told her to hold on and never gave to her. I paid for the full month. This is not right letting a 5 year old starve like that. Called the school, but they just make excuses..tried to call again but cannot contact them. I am soooo angry.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2010
Excellent education at GVA! In response to the last poster, 'GVA cleans employees clean their bathrooms as frequently as possible'. 'I challenge you to find a school where bathrooms are perfectly clean 100% of the time.'

- submitted by a parent
February 27, 2010
The 2 teachers we have had have been excellent. Janitorial services are BADLY needed as the restrooms are disgusting at any hour of the day. The restrooms are visible in the lobby and all staff sees this problem but does nothing. Papertowels strewn on floors, toilets overflowing and toilet seats dirty. If you concentrate solely on the education your child recieves than this is truly a great school if you can overlook the messiness. It seems to always be improving.

- submitted by a parent
January 27, 2010
This school has great teachers who are committed to an excellent learning environment. Smart boards in every classroom provide engaging and interactive lessons. They are truly providing for a global future for my child.

- submitted by a parent
November 13, 2009
Very happy with this school, teachers and parents. In first grade our child is speaking 2 languages and math skills are above average. I am looking forward to the next 7 year at GVA.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 21, 2009
GVA recently received a $1.4 U.S. Department of Education grant...endorsing the school as a leader in immersion. My daughter loves the Chinese program. Great art program as well...violin, dance and arts! school has it all.

- submitted by a parent
June 03, 2009
Though the school is struggling to be at full-service (with bussing, school lunch, playground), it has already engaged my daughter far more than the local public school.

- submitted by a parent
May 21, 2009
Outstanding leadership. Taking the right steps to make this a top notch school. Teachers are outstanding. Facilities are limited.....a kitchen would help immensely. Immersion program works very well.

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February 03, 2009
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no rating February 03, 2009
Love this school. Ideals are high..International baccalaureate and immersion. It is new school with some challenges but overall I am very pleased. More parent involvemnet is needed. Currently very few parents do most of the volunteering. Great teachers.

- submitted by a parent
January 28, 2009
Only the 2nd year school is open - getting better with each year. Immersion prgram working and policies changing wtih time - will go from a good to great school soon enough.

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December 03, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
May 23, 2008
The school will get better and some day maybe bullying won't be tolerated, the immersion program will actually be a n immersion program and it will be a 'College prep' school. For now it's an elementary school that 's slowly moving forward but can't really be described as haing any of those attributes.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2008
Good Language immersion program, college preparation. Bullying is not tolerated. Good school for just being open 1 year!

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