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19400 Gulfstream Road
Cutler Bay, FL 33157

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(305) 235-4761
(305) 254-3746
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October 16, 2013
my middle school currently is cutler ridge middle of as they changed to cutler bay academy of advanced studies cutler bay campus. I honestly laugh when i hear the name of this school what advanced? Most of these kids don't know whats going on. I'm in all advanced classes and barely any one pays attention, there is no discipline. So many of my friends have left the school cuz they can't take it anymore. This middle school for a child who is well mannered knows right from wrong, and can't stand being around people who are rude,loud, and completely disrespectful to the teachers shouldn't come here at all. A child who wants to be happy and not tortured around these people shouldn't come to this school. I am currently looking for another school because the children in this school are rude,loud, can't stand to be wrong the only class that is ok is my math class. In all my other classes the children are rude,loud and very bothersome. You will live in fear if u come to this school because you can't say anything without someone who is unwanted butting into the situation. People here don't know when to stop or when to just leave it alone, their too involved.

- submitted by a community member
October 06, 2012
Im Going To Be Moving To Kendall And I Wanted To Know If This Is A Good School Plus Im Going To Be In The 8th Grade Help Please

- submitted by a community member
February 13, 2012
I'm a 7th grader here at CRMS i've only been in this school for about 2 monthes an a half, this school is not bad or good i agree but i'm sorry to sayit is not always the teacher's fault that your child is failing . Have any of you parents ever looked at this from the teachers point of view , did you ever think that it could be your child that is the problem . I mean common these teachers can only do so much . Yea we are a "C" school but what can you say we as students are trying some more than other's some less than other's and the teacher's as well . If you think this a bad school and you don't want your child here then there is no rule saying you can't leave . Now do really think abouyt these things or you just going frome what you see and here ??? what if your child is happy here ? I am a CRMS Warrior and i'm proud .

- submitted by a community member
February 08, 2012
Just don't. There is nothing good in our experience with this school. The teachers do not motivate, do not communicate, do not think outside of the box, do not have the time to make the difference a child may need. The school is old, half are in portables, have been cited for issues with the kitchen and water fountains (look it up). The current counselor is a joke. My child went from advanced classes to regular and some even failing because he is not getting the attention he needs and they could care less. Parent teacher conference with all teachers is about 15 minutes long with everyone talking as fast as they can because they have to get to class. How sad. They have issues with bullies, parents are not doing their jobs. Sagging pants, frequent fights, a female security guard who sells candy and snacks to the students. Careful with the police officer in front waiting to give you a ticket for anything and he does a good job.

- submitted by a parent
July 16, 2011
There are police cars at every public secondary school. The School District has it's own police department and they are assigned to schools for safety reasons.

- submitted by a parent
July 14, 2011
This school has repeatedly received a C grade. The discipline seems to be lax and I often see police cars there.

- submitted by a community member
July 11, 2011
To close down a bad performing school is a good thing. Condense a good performing school with Teachers that are proven good Educators, is better for the Students in every direction. It doesn't matter if you are rich or poor, and poorly performing school and in turn students getting a lousy education, is not fair to the students. On the flip side, what happens to the school is irrelevant. Yet, should it become a new - private school that is "managed" properly, that too is a wonderful facility to have in our community. It's a no-brainer after reading all the awful reviews of this existing school. .

- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2011
CRM is sub-par at best. There are few teachers who are interested in motivating students to do their best. Most of them seem burned out and just going through the motions. One math teacher who makes frequent mistakes on the board and in regularly corrected by the students. The poor PE teacher has approximately 50 students in her class, making it impossible for them all to be properly supervised. It is unacceptable for the teachers and staff to use obscenities on school grounds, much less directed toward the students. There are few electives offered. We have encountered one teacher who I would describe as excellent. Thank you to the language arts teacher for being interested in the students!

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2011
i think that closing down our school to turn it into a private school is the most idiotic idea i have ever heard. public school was meant for the families that cant afford it.im poor money wise, but rich intelligences wise and rich in love. (same person as in the one before)

- submitted by a community member
January 14, 2011
Well , i am an 8th grader attening CRMS , and this school is horrible you dont learn anything teachers let you do whatever you want ; i regret coming to this school these last two months and also you dont learn anything teachers just dont care anymore this school is a "C" school and honestly give it one more year and it will be an"F" school so my opinion is dont even bother coming here you"ll eventually regret it .

- submitted by a community member
January 07, 2011
hello i am a 6th grader at crms middel school and my opinion is that this school is not good nor not bad it is in the middel but the teachers in this school need a little work i do not have very good grades that is why the teachers are no teaching me very well what would you say? i say im sorry but this school is a F

- submitted by a community member
December 02, 2010
This is my daughter's third year at CRMS, and all I can say it has gotten worse each year. The better teachers keep leaving...so you can imagine what is left. I applaud the handful of dedicated teachers that remain. Parents aren't involved. It's more than three months into the school year and there hasn't been a single general PTSA meeting. Communication is lousy - kids don't know what's going on, and parents even less. The principal is a nice man, but hasn't made any positive changes...mottos just don't do it. Kids have to enjoy going to school and this is really not the case here. I agree with the 6th grader ...this school is an "F".

- submitted by a parent
May 14, 2010
ok, yup..no thats not the way......bad, yup, plian fair out bad....i'm a 6th grader atending this school.. i just checked into the no child left behind, so i could be moved to a better school... the teachers are bad.. the safe feeling vanished 3 years ago and the principles ABC= Achive,Belive,Celebrate is kinda ify i think.. the school is a "C" and I dnt think there hasnt been a day all year that that CSI room has been empty..... My rating.... Sorry......"F"

- submitted by a community member
no rating April 22, 2010
I think its a great school my daugter goes their and she has a blast

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 06, 2009
It helps bring out the best in the students, and prepares them for a better life in the future.

- submitted by a community member
August 25, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating August 05, 2009
The school is okay its has normal kids but they dont listen but the teachers are realy nice

- submitted by a community member
May 21, 2009
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May 15, 2009
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March 18, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2009
Fights everyday, mostly bad teachers, faculty is terrible, I hated it.

- submitted by a student
February 10, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating December 19, 2008
My son is attending CRMS, I was very upset when I found out my child had 60 students in his math class. The communication between teachers and parents do not exsist. I have emailed my sons teachers two weeks ago I still have not recieved a call nor email. This is unexceptable, my daughter will not attend this school. The staff including the teachers need to be evaulated. This school needs a make over from the ground on up.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 19, 2008
There is a new Principal this year, I am very impressed so far,I saw a lot of parents at orientation and at open house. The teachers where experienced and there was a balance of older and younger which creates a balance of experience,passion and dedication.The school modo is 'ABC'= achieve,believe and celebrate. We are the first to jump all over the teachers and administration, remember that we are just as responsible for the outcome of the academic experience.We need to be involved to support our children and defend and protect their intrest. We are their voice to achieve the 'ABC' of CRMS we all need to be their.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 17, 2008
This has been my worst experience in the public school system. The teachers are not involved and have no follow up! The principal talks a good game but really does not solve anything! I can't wait for my son to transfer for the next school year!

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March 18, 2008
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October 11, 2007
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- submitted by a student
no rating October 06, 2007
I think crms isi one of the best public schools in cutler bay cause of its staff and teachers the teachers will work with you all the way if you need help and it is a no fighting or bulling zone

- submitted by a student
October 04, 2007
it has great Spanish programs and wonderful teachers too all very nice good school too and great area for pe too principle is a nice guy and classes are very neat in my opinion security is always up to date on things going around and yes its a great school

- submitted by a former student
August 29, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2007
Communication is basically non existant at this school. I get nothing sent home. My son has had a few good teacher in the 3 yrs he was there but overall I think they could do a whole lot better.

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June 15, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
February 24, 2006
It is a shame that CRMS has taken a turn for the worse, the new teachers and administration have turned this school upside down in months, they are rude to staff and students, they dont care about the class sizes they just want the school to do good on fcat and get a good grade. All their efforts are focus on the lower level students and the advance and gifted classes are on the back burner as they say.

- submitted by a parent
December 01, 2005
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- submitted by a student
September 07, 2005
In my opinion, the changes made at CRMS this 2005-2006 school year are fantastic. The new principal, Mr. Ennis is truly a hands on professional. The entire staff is accessible to parents and communications sent home is detailed and current. The staff shows genuine concern for the students they teach and it shows. This school has coffee talk with the principal and monthly seminars for parents. One can really see that student needs are placed first in all programs and activities.

- submitted by a parent
December 09, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
May 05, 2004
My son is in the 6th gr 2nd time around after repeating at another school. He is going here because the alternative is even worse. His classes rarely give homework, we are at the end of the school year and he has never had to hand in a research paper, a book report, nor any sort of project. He likes most of his teachers, but by what he has told me, a couple of them are rather rude, lack etiquette, and downright 'ghetto'. It seems to me so far their main interest is trying to make it real easy on these kids so they can go ahead in grades without the having to go through too much 'hassle'.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2003
Cutler Ridge Middle has such a diverse student body that it makes the school very excellent. The teachers are the best that I have had and they taught me so much. If I didn't get an assignment they would go over it with me. It's a wonderful school, they have awesome activities. Some activities that are not even at other schools, they have a huge auditorium (the biggest in Miami-Dade), and they have a wonderful, awesome Principal! I highly recommend this school. From my past experiences it's a wonderful school for your children to learn.-

- submitted by a former student
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Cutler Bay Academy Of Advanced Studies, Cutler Ridge Campus
19400 Gulfstream Road, Cutler Bay, FL  33157
(305) 235-4761
Last modified Cutler Bay Academy Of Advanced Studies, Cutler Ridge Campus is a Public school that serves grades 6-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 1 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Cutler Bay Academy Of Advanced Studies, Cutler Ridge Campus Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 38 reviews. Top