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PK-8
Public charter
Hialeah, FL
Students enrolled: 744
Before care: No
After care: Yes

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7700 West 20th Avenue
Hialeah, FL 33016

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(305) 819-8855
(305) 819-8455
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Map of Youth Co-Op Charter School address.

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April 30, 2014
It is a great school.The parents should be very happy if your son/daughter are studying in that school.All the educator team and staff in general are examples of dedication and responsibility each day.

- submitted by a community member
April 29, 2014
I very happy with youth co op it a very school and was very pleased of how much my little girl has learned. I think this is a very good school.

- submitted by a parent
March 17, 2014
My daughter has been in this school for two years now. She began in the preparatory section in Hialeah Gardens. Last year the staff and teachers were amazing and cared for their students had different activities for them to do. This year since both schools were combined into the new building the school is horrible. The entire staff from the preparatory section was fired. I have never seen such a horrible staff. The immediate front office staff lacks customer service big times. They are rude and treat parents as if we were children ourselves. They embarrass the students in front of everyone but, yet they are putting ads everywhere around the schools about being against bullying. When they are the main bully's. My youngest daughter says her teacher spends the whole yelling at her. If she tells the teacher her stomach hurts she doesn't call me she tells her that's because she's hungry to just wait till lunch time. I expect to get a call and I be the one to decide if to believe her not. Then, my oldest daughter tells me her two teachers chit chat all the day long whole drinking Starbucks and yell at the students. There are way better charter schools.

- submitted by a parent
February 26, 2014
Last year the environment was much more dedicated to our children. This year the teachers assigned to my son's class lack that commitment. Suffice to say that his math teacher announced her departure on a Friday to the children. Come Monday they had cafeteria teachers overseeing the class. Instead of engaging these teachers expect the children to be quiet and actually punish the entire class if several of the students misbehave by NOT allowing them recreational time outdoors. When asked I was told the older children - jr high kids- have priority. My son has also told me the teachers label kids in his class "lazy" and I've personally witnessed the schools principal yelling at kids for being late. These children can not control traffic or the departure time their parents plan when driving them to school. Is this better than public school? Barely, but yes. Just be involved in your child's day to day activities and keep applying to other charter schools. We as parents are not there to bake friends but to safeguard or kids. By being visible and letting the administrators and teachers know these children have a vouce, your voice, the school will eventually improve.

- submitted by a parent
February 25, 2014
The School is great but my kids say that the teachers sometimes yell a lot I know the teachers they say but i dont wanna point out names or anything. But they also give a lot of homework! I mean my kids never get to do anything at home except for homework!

- submitted by a parent
September 29, 2013
All I have to say is that this is a great school with great teachers and administrators. Thank you all for all you do for our children.

- submitted by a parent
September 28, 2013
I m a new parent and after what I witnessed on Friday, I started conducting some research on this school and came about this website. I m very concerned with the example my child and other students are receiving at this school. I visited the school on Friday, when this woman was yelling out at the top of her lungs to all the front office staff for switching something without her authorization. When I asked who she was, they told me that she was the Principal. How embarrassing!!! I felt horrible for those poor employees. No one, I mean no one, should be receiving that kind of treatment. I told one of the ladies that they should not be allowing that kind of treatment because not even do I allow my mother to treat or speak to me in that tone. I m very disappointment at this time because it s not only about the academics but also showing our children good moral, manners, and ensuring that our students are in a healthy environment.

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2013
I just got back from the school open house. It was very informative. The school is well equipped with computers, smart boards, and the teachers are fabulous! The principal is very accessible and helpful. I am lucky to have found this great school for my child.

- submitted by a parent
September 25, 2013
Its funny because the post below talk about technology but the school doesn't even have the capacity to give the high school students their laptops because of too much traffic. Whoever is writing the post must be part of administration because they are full of it again call charter school operation if you have a complaint or email/call the board members. Parents speak out and don't let these people use your children. I remember a couple of years back Aragon made an announcement that everyone had to post good comments and I see that it is still being done because you write a negative comment and you get a couple positive so that the negative is not seen.

- submitted by a teacher
September 24, 2013
YCCS is a school which stands out for its commitment to student excellence. Congratulations for earning an A in both the Elementary/Middle and High School. The administrators, teachers and staff are dedicated to the well-being of the students. The teachers' use of technology in introducing concepts which would otherwise be difficult to understand, shows their dedication in inspiring the students' learning experience. The teachers are always accessible to students for additional assistance. I am very grateful for the way the school places the students as their number one priority.

- submitted by a community member
September 24, 2013
YCCS is an amazing school. I love the new location. Last school year, the Principal told us to be ready for great things, and she was right. Wonderful teachers, great ambiance for children to learn.

- submitted by a community member
September 19, 2013
I went to the first EESAC meeting on Tuesday and what a mess. Mrs. Aragon is disrespectful and was constantly cutting people off. My son is unhappy since he is stuck in a class with 40+ kids while the teacher is teaching two subjects seriously!!!! I don't understand how the school board allows this to happen. I seriously think that the merge with the two schools has been a mess and the ones suffering are our children. I will be writing to the board members and I will be call MDCPS Charter School department at 305-995-1403.

- submitted by a parent
August 14, 2013
My two kids will be attending this school for the first time. I had a very hard time getting any information from the office. What I was able to get was that parents will not be allowed on the first day of school.Sorry but I have two small elementary students. Parents need to be allowed access to the school.I personally like to be informed on my child's behavior and academics performance on a daily basis. Pick up and drop off is great as an option but we should also be given the option of walking my child to class. I want to be informed off what happens behind those closed doors. I have no problem being fingerprinted, backgrounds checks or any other form of security. I received no answers when I asked and who will be helping these kids with school supplies and reaching there classrooms.There will be monitors was my answer. I understand we don't want to interrupt school time. But I would really appreciate some access to the building and the teachers. Before school or after school. Either let us drop off in the morning before school. Or let us pick up at the classroom. Children thrive on parent involvement so far I don't see this here at all.

- submitted by a parent
August 05, 2013
My school is awesome! We are currently in the process of preparing for the opening of school on August 19th. So far, things are coming together nicely. I anticipate another better-than-average school year.

- submitted by a teacher
July 18, 2013
I have been working at YCCS for a couple of years and I can honestly say that I have grown to deeply love this school. I enjoy working with my colleagues and students. Our school is safe and all of our teachers are highly qualified and provide a demanding and rigorous curriculum to all students. Our teachers care about each student and strive to deliver quality lessons daily. I am thankful to YCCS because it has made me a strong professional and it has helped me grow in this career. I recommend this school to parents who want a great education for their child, small class sizes and individualized attention for their child. P

- submitted by a teacher
July 16, 2013
I am a parent of 4 kids that attend YCCS and This is an amazing school they have amazing teachers that care, teach and tutor the students and they also have great staff that also care I love this school and would recommend it to any parent for their child they go beyond their means to help your child get to where he or she needs to be in order to pass to the next grade GREAT SCHOOL

- submitted by a parent
July 15, 2013
The principalis a Hiaeah "CHUSMA"for whoever doesn't know what that mean it means a really ghetto person. Aragon is loud, obnoxious and rude. I walked in the school not that long ago and she was screaming and cursing at one of the secretary's I was applaud to see that kind of behavior coming from the head of the school. I have also seen that not many students are ESOL students like I went to school with. In the end YCCS may be an "A' school but I don't feel like my daughter is getting challenged enough and with leadership like Aragon I am afraid to see what my daughter turns out like.

- submitted by a parent
July 08, 2013
The principle I am honestly appauled with. I agree with the parent below , let the dancers compete! The principle shows a lack of respect for the dancers and dance teacher. Coach Martinez helped get my child into shape and made her love fitness, but the principle gives him such a hard time, she yelled at him infront of a whole p.e class! How disrespectful, he deserves to go somewhere where hes appreciated, not only by the students and teachers but by the principle. Ms.Aragon is the reason for so many children leaving, me as well as other parents cannot stand her. She yelled at my child for going to the restroom during testing and it was an emergency! My one request for you Ms.Aragon is to let the dancers show themselves. Thats it, maybe my daughter and plenty more children will not feel as if you favor the cheerleaders. If the principle was different this school would run so much smoother and better.

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2013
Bad: This school has a horrible location, it is very old and it is not safe during a heavy storm. Under qualified teachers. They are moving now completly to YCPS. Eventhough they are remodeling the building, the structure is very old. Good: Very nice clerical staff. Very friendly, day by day. I wish some teachers were the same BUT they are not.

- submitted by a parent
May 15, 2013
I love my school!! Yccs is like family. All the teachers and staff know you and care about you. I used to go to HGMS and I hated that school its to big and over populated and the kids are into drugs and bullying but when I went to Yccs it all changed. Small classes, safe enviorment and all the teachers, staff and adminstration love their jobs. Mrs. Aragon, Mrs. Wright, Mrs.Liscano, Mrs. Jiemnez, Mr. Rodriguez, Mr.Portela and much much more have done so much for Yccs. Its honest the best and safest school in Miami Dade!!! ~8th Grade Student

- submitted by a community member
May 15, 2013
YCCS is a mess. Ever wonder why they are moving to a new campus and why certain classes had to be relocated to the middle school for a few days? Ever wonder why your children are always sick? The classrooms are filthy and contain mold. Yes! MOLD!

- submitted by a community member
April 30, 2013
I have been teaching at YCCS for many years. To address what a parent claimed that "students are selected", no. Absolutely not. All teachers and administrators will attest to that. We have been an A school every year because of the commitment that the teachers have to the students, after hour (including Saturday) tutoring, and the hard work of students. No school is perfect, but we are continually striving to improve and find innovative ways to teach our students. I can promise that our students are safe and given the attention they need to meet their individual learning goals. We have an excellent faculty and support staff that work as a team. Teachers maintain open lines of communication with parents and volunteer their own personal time for Math Bowls, Cheerleading competitions, etc. YCCS alum have gone on to attend prestigious colleges and universities like: MIT, Duke, Brown, Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, and Johns Hopkins to name a few, with only the fondest memories of the teachers that inspired them and often keep in touch. Our school is much like a family. We care for our students and are giving them the foundation necessary to succeed as responsible, independent learners.

- submitted by a teacher
January 27, 2013
This is a great school. The teachers are excellent, and their academic program is great, challenging students to do their very best. Students are happy to attend school. I am very pleased with the school and faculty in general.

- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2012
I just returned from this school year's open house and I am very sad to see that my children's teachers are no longer at the school. My son is entering a crucial year and will be having two new teachers?! I do not feel comfortable with this and am VERY concerned. What happened to all of the teachers my children grew to know and love! I am giving this school 1 star because I wouldn't even know how to rate these teachers and am not too fond of administration.

- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2012
All i can say is that there's a hand picked of teachers/Staff that i will always love & admire...because they go out and beyond not because they're told to do so but because they like giving thir all and helping others. as far as principal leadership.. NOT GOOD AT ALL...and ofcourse who pays for that "the kids do"...i really believe & have confirmed through out the years that the teachers are not backed-up AT ALL by the main executive staff..

- submitted by a parent
July 24, 2012
As a society, teachers are not held to the standard in which they should be or given the respect that they deserve. I believe those teachers are informing the public of the mistreatment they receive from both the parents and administration team at this school. As an employee, I have witnessed and have been a victim of maltreatment and bullying from both parents and administration. Yes, you are your child's advocate but the parents at this school take it to another level because administration allows them to do so. It is ridiculous that we have to be questioned for a student receiving a color yellow on their behavior chart. If it is what your child deserved, it should be what your child receives. Parents are not allowing children to take responsibility for their actions and they know no consequences. Also, I find it ridiculous that parents are constantly calling administration with such pettiness. Do we call your employers when your children do not turn in homework assignments or misbehave in class? You need to understand that we the teachers chose our profession because we want to make a difference in the lives of our students and not to simply please parents and their egos.

- submitted by a teacher
June 01, 2012
I am a parent of a 5th grade student and I am very pleased at how well the year has gone with my son. Mrs. Gonzalez, Mrs. Arminana, and Mrs. Reitz have always been available to answer my questions and concerns.I really do appreciate their support. To top it off at the 5th grade graduation I could see how much love the kids have for their teachers. The ceremony was well planned and the kids really enjoyed it as well as myself. I also attended the talent show last night and it was really cute. I thought that it was really nice when Mr. Hernandez took the time to thank all staff for their support for the talent show and the students did a great job in the performances.

- submitted by a parent
May 17, 2012
Bad school with bad teachers covering subjects they don t really know. There is very bad supervision on kids during brakes, this leads to issues between the kids. Then, they are reprimanded and even suspended when the teachers, and security should be the ones suspended for lack of leadership and control.

- submitted by a parent
May 03, 2012
As an 8th grade student of YCCS I can assure you that this school is this best for miles around. In comparison to other schools YCCS offers smaller classes with more dedicated teachers. YCCS makes classes fun while also making sure their students learn as much as possible. The staff (espescially Mr. H) is very student-freindly and are very easy to talk to when there are any problems. I am definetely excited to be going to the new school opening up in August and cannot wait to spend 4 more years under such great guidance.

- submitted by a community member
May 03, 2012
As a 7th grade student my experience at this school has been amazing. I have been in this school since I was in 4th grade. My teachers have been very helpful to me. Like Mr. Martinez, he has helped me in my math and reading skills. Knowing that I have failed a grade, he has not given up on me. Another teacher that has hepled me is Ms. Pascal. She has taught me not to be so shy and more outgoing. She may just be a Drama teacher but she has taught me life skills that I will never forget. I think the new school will be even more extraordinary than any other schools. Especially under Mr. H's guidance.

- submitted by a community member
May 03, 2012
The teachers and the faculty are fully committed to helping students reach their highest potential. In fact, Youth Co-Op has received an A+ for student's academic achievement for 9 years and a row and counting...

- submitted by a teacher
May 03, 2012
As a staff member here at Youth Co-Op Charter School for the past 8 years, I have seen that we have great staff and students. Everyone is dedicated and motivated to the success of our students.

- submitted by a teacher
May 03, 2012
I have been a staff in this school for several years. I am very happy and proud of our coming new school. For many years parents have ask us to add high school grades and finally we can offer this to our community.

- submitted by a teacher
May 03, 2012
I have been very fortunate to have been able to teach at YCCS for many years... after reading the posted reviews (both good and bad), I wanted to express my own feelings. Generally, most people overlook the fact that YCCS has been academically successful year-after-year... our school hasn't just earned one or two "A" grades in its history but has earned an "A" from the state for the last nine consecutive years. YCCS has created a formula that time-and-time again has demonstrated it can succeed where most schools fall short! For the readers and reviewers that will read my post, our school's commitment to parents and students is straightforward... parents know that their child(ren) are prepared to succeed in high school and college, while students know that they will be prepared to succeed not just in school but in life!

- submitted by a teacher
May 03, 2012
I have been a staff member for only the past several years and am very impressed with the curriculum, resources, security and responsibility we have for our students. I am very proud that through the joint effort of our students, parents and staff we have been able to achieve an A+ for so many years. We are now very enthusiastic about the opening of our new high school.

- submitted by a teacher
May 03, 2012
What I value the most about YCCS is the strong school culture where students, parents and faculty count. This is a fast paced school that prepares students for this demanding competitive society. Students are academically challenged within the framework of honesty, responsibility . ecxellence and service to the community The school's high performance is the end result of many ingredients put together: safety, strong curriculum, small classes, infusion of technology and committed certified professionals. Individual students' needs are effectively met because of fact that this is a small school.

- submitted by a teacher
May 03, 2012
Youth Co-Op is a magnificent school. Teachers are highly qualified and they are motivated to ensure that all their students have the utmost educational experience. All students needs are met and differentiated instructions take place for all academic levels. Aside from the high education standards, Youth Co-Op Charter School has extracurricular activities where students can get involved such as cheerleading competition team. The team won 1st place in one of the local competitions. If you are looking for high education standards, great extracurricular activities, safety, and a wholesome environment, this is the school for your children.

- submitted by a teacher
May 03, 2012
As a neighboring business, I believe Hialeah really needs a high-quality prep school with staff who are dedicated to bring out the best in students with individualized attention. Graduates of YOUTH CO-OP PREP CHARTER SCHOOL will be fully prepared to succeed in rigorous university studies and build our city s economy when they enter high paying careers. I am thankful for the Youth Co-Op model which has led to many seniors accepted at Harvard, Yale, Brown, and other Ivy-league schools across the U.S.

- submitted by a community member
May 03, 2012
This year my daughter entered YCCS for the first year in the middle school (6th grade). She admitted that at first she felt intimated and overwhelmed with the fact that students are held to high academic standards. However, the teachers are very supportive and very knowledgeable and with each passing day she is improving. She loves her teachers; they are strict but make learning fun and enjoyable. Her favorite is Mr. Gomez. He is new to YCCS. I hope he stays because he has made a huge difference. I see it every day. Her confidence level has increased dramatically and she constantly telling me what she has learned. (This is from a struggling student that now likes Math) As a parent, I am extremely happy that she attending this school. I would definitely recommend YCCS with two thumbs up.

- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2012
Glad to know that the school will be starting a high school for August 2012. Looking forward to enrolling my child and continuing to enhance my child's education in this truly GREAT SCHOOL!

- submitted by a parent
February 03, 2012
This school is like a Middle Ages' sad place that limited students potential with ridiculous disciplinary rules and poor resources. It is too small and too dark. The environment is depressing just walking into the office and looking those ladies who never smile. The access to the school is very difficult because is surrounded by truck s companies and there is not sidewalk. There is a gas station just in front of the school. The six s grade teachers, specially Ms. Mundo and Ms. Stroe are excellent, very dedicated and involved in their students education. The PE time in the gym is too crowded with all different grades students together at the same time. They have ridiculous passes to go to the bathroom and only a few minutes for lunch. The media center just doesn't exist. The options for elective courses are very limited. If you want a disciplinary center for your kids this is the right place. If you are looking for a place that expands your children mind and potential synchronized to this century: Run away of that school!

- submitted by a parent
November 23, 2011
The teachers from thes school are the best .The food from the school are the best.

- submitted by a community member
November 23, 2011
Youth co-op chater school is the best school ever I love Ms.Aragon she makes the school the best and fun!!!!!!!!!!!!

- submitted by a community member
November 23, 2011
This is the best school in the world. Yccs is an A+ school for eight years. The teachers are great they they teach wonderfull. They dont get out of topic but stay in topic. The students are perfect all of them stay on task not wandering.The principle is marvelous.She keeps the shool clean and focused.Thats why yccs is an A+ school.

- submitted by a community member
November 23, 2011
I hope that you know about Youth Co-Op Charter School because no lie but this is the best school ever because they can help you with bullying problems and your kid can have a save and better place to learn. In this school can also help your kid with learning they would do anything for your kid to have good grades. Thank you and come to Youth Co-Op Charter School to see for your self A+ school

- submitted by a community member
November 21, 2011
This is a great small school (525 students grades k-8) that for 9 years has been consistently earning an A for the student's high achievement, as well as meeting the Federal Government requirement of Adequate Yearly Progress for all students. In addition, safety, and a friendly, familiar environment permeate through the school. The teachers are all very highly qualified and dedicated to their students The school s longer schedule provides middle grades students an opportunity to be enrolled in an additional elective of their choice through the use of technology. As if this was not enough, they provide extracurricular activities for all interests and grades: cheerleading, intramural sports, National Junior Honor Society and Chess just to name a few.

- submitted by a teacher
November 21, 2011
Without a doubt, it is the best school around. The teachers and staff really care about the students. They work very hard to make sure the students receive a well-round education. I hightly recommend this school to anyone looking for a high quality education for their child. Being an A school for so many years in a row is proof YCCS is an excellent school. Go Tigers!!!!

- submitted by a parent
November 21, 2011
This is a place I am proud to be associated with. I've called YCCS home for over ten years, and the people here are more family than co-workers. The faculty cares, the students are wonderful, and the school is a safeheaven for all of its stakeholders. The high schools fight over our students every year, as they often rank in the top 10 percent of all district schools in Reading, Math, and Science within their grade levels! We balance a hard work ethic, with attention to safety, and are constantly raising the bar for continued success.

- submitted by a teacher
November 17, 2011
YCCS is a small school but with lots of activities for the students. My child participates in three clubs. This school offers tutoring to students without a fee after school. It is a pleasure to be part of this school and my child's education.

- submitted by a parent
September 07, 2011
This school feels more like a jail inside than a school. Discipline is horrible in this school and they have very little special area classes. If you want your kids to participate in activities such as sports, band, yearbook, or music, this is not the school for them. Also, Mrs. Aragon, the principal is very rude and is never available. She always sends her team of bootlickers (office staff) to do all the work for her. I think there are better options out there.

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2011
I am a proud parent of two students that attend YCCS. This is going to be their third year with YCCS. One is going to 8th grade and the other to the 4th grade. I got to say YCCS has been such a positive influence on our lives. Not only for what the school has done for my kids but what they have done for me as a parent. The line of communication has always been an open one from start to finish; not only with the teachers but with the administrative staff as well. My oldest has had problems learning in other schools. YCCS has smaller number of students for each classroom and that has made a huge difference. Thank you YCCS for all that you do for our kids. It s priceless.

- submitted by a parent
July 06, 2011
I am a students here at YCCS and it is one of the most secure schools you can find. It is small but the inside of school is very educational. The teachers there are supper nice. the only way you can get the teacher mad is by not learning. This school has a very nice enviorment for middle school kids and elementary kids. I would defenitly put my kids here if you know i was older and had some :) Recommend this school....

- submitted by a community member
July 03, 2011
My son went to this school , and he tells me that teacher are mean and they dont care , lunch is bad they freeze the food and there always fight . nobody cares what your kids are doing trust me ...DONT PUT YOUR CHILDREN HERE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2010
Lost of homework, bad food, no music or art, no spanish class,focus on the FCAT, the good is that is small and secure school.

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2010
I am very happy having my kids in this school. Teachers give their best and so do the students. My kids are learning a lot. It is a secure school.

- submitted by a parent
March 03, 2010
School looks like an institution and not very supportive of students individual needs. Lots of students with behavior problems. Would not recommend

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 13, 2009
Pulling my kids during winter break. They have destryed their self- esteem. They are very unhappy.

- submitted by a parent
January 22, 2009
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- submitted by a student
November 02, 2008
I'm a student at this school and it's realy good. But I wish the school was bigger because the halls are over-populated. It's so hard to walk through them inbeetween classes.

- submitted by a student
no rating September 18, 2008
School is ridiculously overrated. Tons of homework and projects for the parents. Kids are reprimanded for every little thing. Much too strict, constant criticism, to the point of affecting a child's self esteem.

- submitted by a parent
July 05, 2007
My daughter goes to this school and yes it is true they are very oriented in the FCAT and test taking. Not much art or music. But I don't care. I am happy knowing its a small, safe, school where everyone knows your name. My daughter did great in all her tests. Music and dance I can pay for.

- submitted by a parent
September 05, 2006
Academicly they are doing something right at this school. The state test scores are high. But as a former teacher at YCCS I can say that there is great pressure to prepare the students for the 'test.' They are really trained to take the state exam. There is very little creative innovatin encourraged and there is ablsolutle no student leadership support. This is a very basic school focused on tests.

- submitted by a teacher
March 14, 2006
Youth Co-Op has it's good and not so good things. For example the classes are pretty small. My kids 2 & 3 grade classes have only 22 kids. They are working on lowering the amount of kids per class down to 18. You can see that they are trying to improve. Also, the principle is very involved in the school activities and you can request a meeting with her and it won't take a month to schedule it. Usually within a couple of days. The staff is very friendly and helpful and they do not tolerate any misbehavior by the students. The not so good things are that they have limited sports,music, PE,tutoring and other special classes for needy students. This small school has limited resources in my opinion.

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2006
The academics at YCCS have proven to be excellent. There are lots of dedicated teachers that are willing to work with the students. When you walk into the school everyone knows you by name, they make you feel part of YCCS family. The parent involvement is high. Overall I feel YCCS has a lot to offer. Gives our children a good solid educational background and prepares them for High School.

- submitted by a parent
July 14, 2005
No interesting classes, and not many extra-curricular activities, not a very good school.

- submitted by a student
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Youth Co-Op Charter School
7700 West 20th Avenue, Hialeah, FL  33016
(305) 819-8855
Last modified Youth Co-Op Charter School is a Charter school that serves grades PK-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 9 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Youth Co-Op Charter School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 65 reviews. Top