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PK-6
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Cocoa, FL
Students enrolled: 816
Before care: Yes
After care: Yes

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905 Pineda Street
Cocoa, FL 32922

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(321) 633-3545
(321) 633-3546
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October 20, 2014
One of the worst schools I have ever sent my children to.... DON'T pick this school. If you want your children to be at a F school and where they have no respect towards parents or children this is the place to be.....

- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2014
i am a kid at this skool. it is my 2 year in grade 5. i am no good reeder or Ritter here. but my teecher says if i will reepet again a 3 time is a luky number and they will let me go to a bigger grade i lern numbers good. i get no help from teechers and will not lern. i get free food hare. the bus is good and i am 2 lazy 2 wak to skol.

- submitted by a community member
July 13, 2012
The teachers at this school have to work several times harder as support at home regarding education is not strong. Many students come to school primarily to be fed, and discipline is an issue overall. With recent rezoning (two years ago when this school went from an A to a D) this school is now nearly 100% free or reduced which means almost all students are living in a poverty situation. A child with a generally stable home life can and will do well here as there are many programs available to help get children "up to speed," however many students that need it do not take advantage of it. There are great programs here. There have been three different principals in three years, as well as an entirely new front office and almost completely new teaching staff. Uniquely this school operates on a longer school-day schedule, as well as offers many after school and before school tutoring, enrichment and academic support programs. Teachers here want to help the students as a whole and need more support from the families to accomplish a higher school grade/standard. My children were enrolled and did well at this school, but again, they have a strong academic support system at home.

- submitted by a teacher
March 17, 2011
I live in Va., I have visited this school twice, because my grandchild "currently" is enrolled. This school is a Zoo! I was in the office for 2 hours. 8 to10 am. I saw more children come there late than I had ever seen in my life when my children were in elem. school. One child you could hear screaming over the walkies, whoever was on the other end was saying call the mother, call the mother!! The parents look like they had just pulled themselves out of bed, some even look like they were under the influence, standing there making up excuses as to why their poor child was late, again! The police make regular trips back and forth to the school. In just the two hours I was present, the police came because a student could not contain themselves or the staff could not handle the student. When I was leaving, a fire truck and an ambulance had arrived and someone came out strapped to the bed. Again, this is not my first time visiting this school. Oh, and the front office staff, they speak very sweetly, with a condescending tone. In Va. I have only seen the high school's having to call the police, not elem., schools. Thank God my grandchild is an honor student, but for how long?!

- submitted by a community member
June 09, 2008
I think the school does a good job using technology. All the classrooms have smart board technology and there are 3 computer labs. The garden program won awards this year and the school was awarded the Keep Brevard Beautiful Award several times.

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2007
Academic programs are used very adequately and seriously. Most the time when the children go to activity of physical education sadly, they don't do much and don't have much fun this is the only negative thing I can say about the school. Parent involvement is very low but other's who work there take up the slack and try their hardest even when they are scheduled to leave, they will stay and help a child. Have been very happy with the results of my childs academics and recieves the utmost opportunities the receive the best schooling possible. Endeavour never receives credit for the good things that go on, only the negative gets printed in the paper. Very sad since my daughter has been there for 5 yrs. and is doing very well. The staff is awesome. Have been very happy and would recommend to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2003
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Endeavour Elementary Magnet
905 Pineda Street, Cocoa, FL  32922
(321) 633-3545
Last modified Endeavour Elementary Magnet is a Public school that serves grades PK-6. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 4 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Endeavour Elementary Magnet Rating: 2 out of 5 based on 8 reviews. Top