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K-5
Public charter
Homestead, FL
Students enrolled: 1,006

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855 Waterstone Way
Homestead, FL 33033

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May 30, 2014
My daughter has been at Waterstone for about 4 year's already. She started off great but once she hit 3rd grade I saw a drastic change in her grades in her self esteem. She hated going to school. I don't see that the teacher's really help the kids at the child's current level. Know she is in 4th grade and at risk of Failing because she not getting the attention she needs in school. She is always worried of failing. I do see her Math teacher has gone above and beyond to really help her. I'm so greatfull for her! But her reading teacher I don't feeling like she is really helping my child. I hope and pray my child starts to love school again. Teachers need to really give these kids come confidence and guidance. I know the potential my child has and I don't see it in her gradess. I will be withdrawing my child this year. Super disappointed!!

- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2014
My son has attended this school for 2 years. He is currently in third grade. His teachers throughout the years have been wonderful, caring, and extremely professional. My son enjoys all the special area classes and extra curricular activities as well. His teachers are very quick to respond to my emails and notes that I write in his agenda. Anytime I have requested a conference with them they schedule me in promptly. I also feel that they have prepared him for the FCAT very well. His teachers have taught higher grade levels previously and they use good critical thinking skills with the classwork that I have seen. I feel that my son will be entering 4th grade well prepared. His teachers also work well. My son tells me that they help him when he has a hard time understanding something. I am glad he feels comfortable and happy. The traffic is an issue at times but the school is doing the best they can. I really believe that is a non-issue. The teachers are outside with smiles on their faces in the hot weather. It breaks my heart. It annoys me that parents complain about that. I have no complaints about the school. I recommend it to anyone moving to Homestead.

- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2014
Check out this school on Facebook. You will be able to see for yourself how amazing this school is!

- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2014
Terrible school only about how to make them selves look good but unless you have been in the school no one knows how terrible it is. Administration is the worse and the principal is only about her self. As far as parents not being involved as the one said I am on the board of the PTA and I can still say this school is not up to standards and always looking for a handout. You know the school has a bug problem when your son says he is the bug killer this week. So sad a lot if potential but need to remove most of the administration. I feel this school will be a B school in no time just as it scored last year lucky for then they get a one yr grace period. No communication with parents as u can not walk past the desk and the only was to talk to teachers is by email when they do respond. Not able to do lunch with your child so sad the keep the parents out but want the money from us.

- submitted by a parent
March 24, 2014
As a 5th year teacher in this school, I am appalled by how inaccurate some of these reviews are. Yes, traffic is pretty terrible, but this can happen in any school. Does any other school provide FREE sibling care so that parents of children with more the one dismissal do not have to return multiple times for pick up nor pay for aftercare? Let's be a little more appreciative of these teachers who stay and watch your child after school hours as a courtesy to you. As far as the "bug" situation in the bathroom, please note that all the bathrooms are directly next to two doors leading to the outside world, where bugs roam free, as they should. If these little critters happen to sneak into the building, there's really not much we can do. Also, it is Homestead. We can all agree that there are bugs everywhere! Just to clarify something that might be a little confusing, as with any other public school, unfortunately teachers are not provided with all the materials necessary for a functioning classroom, unless paid for out of pocket. One of the things I love most about working in this school is the constant communication and cooperation between me and my parents. It's a blessing.

- submitted by a teacher
August 22, 2013
I cannot tell much about the school since this is the first year my child is going. But I am concerned about the dropping off and picking up students procedures. It is very dangerous for all. I hope they find a way to fix it.

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2013
I have heard only the best things about this school and my two little girls are on the waiting list and can't wait to attend hopefully next years strongly recommend water stone charter school. 5****

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2013
I want to say that the school is ok but the traffic is terrible gets. You guys need to improve in the traffic flowing faster.Also you guys need to work quickly in resolving in building the port because all the children not just mine pass a lot of hot weather waiting for us the parents to arrive to the front just to get them.And the other thing you need to work at is getting Mrs. Lopez back in the front office. was very upset when I went to the office and I did not see Mrs. Lopez. I have to say she is a wonderful person very caring always helps everybody. She has always been very polite never rude my oldest daughter a former student loves her and my two daughters love her so much they want to call her tia. I really hope that I get to see Mrs Lopez in the office again she is missed greatly there.We love Mrs. Lopez very much and hope you take into consideration the parents reviews thank you very much.

- submitted by a parent
August 20, 2013
I hated this school! In fact, we took an early transfer to withdraw our children. Both of my kids lost an entire year of education and regressed tremendously in academics and behaviors. My daughter's confidence level went down the toilet. She became stressed, depressed and felt dumb with the belittling from the staff. Teachers do not work with parents or kids at all! They are rude, rude, RUDE! Class sizes are outrageous (at 40!) and use of staff time is wasted as I've found them sitting doing NOTHING as the co-teacher instructs. Absolutely no logic to how anything runs or is organized. By far the most stressful year of my life. I do not recommend any aspect of this disfunctional school. The A needs to be removed promptly from the front of the building.

- submitted by a parent
August 07, 2013
too strict,greedy school,always asking for paents to buy something,parents basically buy all of teachers products like they dont get any funding,all the teachers are young,straight out of college and dont know how to deal with kids so any little thing a child does is wrote up and suspensions until they make you withdraw your kid,indoor suspensions for lateness caused by the school horrile traffic situations when the kid could be in class,too much rules,too strict,military runned,very stressful for parents,they dont serve breakfast even though your child qualifies for free and reduced lunch program.happy to have left that school.good reputation though,clean,small,A school,minimal sports

- submitted by a parent
July 11, 2013
Run like a corporation. They have so many positions for a school that only goes to 5th grade. Positions Registar, Administration assistance, ,Principal , Assist. Principal for K-2, Principal and Assist Principal for 3-5, Dean, and Before and After Care Director. and you still have to make an appointment to speak to them. Good luck in trying to drop off your child in front of the school instead of the parking lot or and street corner. if you are in the drop off lane and by the time u make it to the front of school and its past 830am your child is late. You try to explain the line was long to the office or the principal, the reply you will get is YOUR LATE. The funny thing was that the next day the principal was outside directing traffic but u still late if you n your child are stuck in the drop off line waiting to get into the school. It seems I was not the only 1 complaining about the traffic issue. It ridiculous both pick up and drop off. The only parent involvement the schools seems to care most about is when raising money.

- submitted by a parent
June 16, 2013
Has the worst front office staff in the world. Pure attitude all day everyday. They also have no patience of special needs kids. They would rather suspend a child repeatedly forcing a parent to withdraw. They care more about the grade the school receives then the children that attend.

- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2013
Waterstone is a good academic charter school with great math and science courses. My granddaughter loves Waterstone.

- submitted by a community member
May 08, 2013
I'm a parent of a 5th grader. My child has been attending since Kinder. Year by year things change but to better things. My child is more happy coming home. The curriculum is fantastic. The fundraising and actives they have can't compare to what other copy schools do. My daughter is enthusiastic about going to school learning. To those parents that point fingers about everything , I wonder if you hold your children accountable for the things they do, learn & speak. A reminder that children are from what they learn at home. Start being proactive and learn parenting tips from all those good parents & stop pointing fingers. Staff is great , very friendly & enthusiastic every morning & that's what my daughter has learn for five straight year. She's an honor roll student with a great attitude not socially challenge. I'm an evolve parents thru out the year & I don't sit behind a computer and type away things that are out of an anger action or out spite. Do things that change the world & get evolve maybe that will make all those angry parents. Make a difference so your child is a child that can make the difference in the future. Stop being angry & grow a brain.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2013
I use to like this school, but now to speak to the Principal or the Assistant principasl they make you fill out a paper and they call you with an appoinment, seat and wait!!! Before they would take you in an listen to your concerns. The quality of service has gone down the drain!! You call to speak to the registrar about attendance or email her she never returns the calls or answer the emailsl. I left her a paper that was sent to me about my child's unexcused absences and never heard from her. I went to the teacher and the teacher sent me to the office and the front desk lady was very nice and told me to leave the registrar a note and that she would get back to me and I am still waiting!!! I don't know what is going on but Waterstone is the same Waterstone of years back. What happen? This year is not that great :(

- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2013
This School Is amazing!! Office staff and teachers are spectacular. Now the only dislike that I have is that the registrar is rude and not willing to answer simple, nicely asked questions. This person should not be dealing with parents who are only concerned for their children. The parking is ridiculous but manageable. Yes they do ask for money all the time, but I in particular look at it as investing in your child's education and experience at school.

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2012
Academically good; however we will see after this year's test scores. After becoming k-5, the school increased classes and hired more teachers; however most of these teachers are fresh out of college with little experience. Not enough money for quality teachers? Also, the am drop off and pm pick up situation is a BIG MESS. The school kept changing the pick-up location and times constantly for the first month or so of school. Parents just didn t know how and when the kids were dismissed. Very chaotic, especially for siblings. PE facilities are almost none existing. No indoor gym and the kids have to play in a rough asphalt court in the in the south Florida heat. . Not only a terrible situation but also very dangerous. Injuries, dehydration, heat exhaustion you name it. Don t get me wrong, academics are important, but there is too much emphasis on school work, and kids need more than academics to be well-rounded. Children also need sports and other activities; otherwise they become overwhelmed with work and apathetic. The school s infrastructure speaks for itself. Plenty of pace for classes but not for sports.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2012
The school is one of the best in the area I must say but the office personnel needs to treat parents with more respect. Also they go overboard with what a child might say it is ridiculous I have seen suspensions an detentions for the stupidest reasons, they are too strict on certain aspects. Be aware they ask for donations all the time and fees like 25.00 lab fee for a 9 yr old student that's ridiculous.

- submitted by a parent
October 31, 2011
I just received an automated phone call from the school, supporting the local politicians and to vote. This is what the school uses their time and money for.???? this school needs to focus on education and becareful with how it is spending money and put it back into education not supporting local politicians.The school thanked them already, when they approved the highschool.

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2011
I moved to homestead 4 years ago and I agree with the parent who wrote that the parents are not treated appropriately. I have witnessed this myself several times in the past and recently. In addition to this there are constant fund raisers and this year the school has asks for a $25.00 activity and lab fee that is required per child. I have 3 children. I thought the District/State provides funding for charter schools. Finally, this school has very minimal activities

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2011
My 2 boys have been attending Waterstone since it opened. My oldest is now a southmoore in High School and my youngest just started Middle school at Waterstone. This school has been a dream come true for me as a parent. Teachers & Administrators are simply Great not only to the children but to the parents as well. Its like dropping your kids off in the morning at a family member's house. They are loved and very well taken care of and academically I couldn't ask for anything better. My oldest was completely prepared for High School and averaged Honor Roll the entire Freshman year. I love Waterstone and it's Wonderful Staff and I am blessed to have my children attend there. :)

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2011
I worked at the Charter School at Waterstone for four years. I truly believe that it is one of the best Charter Schools in Miami-Dade, especially after the schools I have seen after I left there. Waterstone has amazing resources, and amazing teachers. In response to the person who says that the administration has changed too much, and that teachers and administrators are disrespectful in the hallways, please be aware that they are confronted with many unreasonable parents on a daily basis. They are probably not trying to appear disrespectful, simply efficient. It is their job to answer your questions and make sure you leave the building so that learning can take place. Also, the change in administration has always involved qualified administrators, who are being moved from one position to another in order to expose them to more positions in administration. They are very capable administrators.

- submitted by a community member
May 04, 2011
The school and the teachers might be great but the office staffneeds to treat parents better.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2011
The Charter School at Waterstone is a great school! The administration, teachers, students, and parents all make it a wonderful educational facility. I have had the opportunity to work for a couple of charter schools in the Homestead area and this charter school is the best. Both the management company, Charter School Associates and the administration care about the teachers and students so much! I recently came back to work for the Charter School at Waterstone after a relocation and can't imagine working anywhere else.

- submitted by a teacher
April 27, 2011
I do not know what any parent would complain about. A charter school is a school of choice and I CHOOSE Waterstone. Students are provided with multiple curriculum settings to help all students. My children have made huge improvements after starting at Waterstone. They have fun in and our of the classroom. The teachers are great and the administration helps the teachers by their support and encouragement. It is a strict school and has rules applied fairly to all. They help students learn life lessons that help them as they grow.

- submitted by a parent
April 09, 2011
I was impressed with Waterstone based on the local public schools. After enrolling my children in Waterstone I found that being a Charter school of 1100 students it does not live up to the expectations that Charter schools were intended for, with maximum student population of 250. It is a for profit school and the Administration is subpar at best. The Onsite administration has its hands tied due to corporate mentality as opposed to what is in the best interests of the well rounded child. If you are seeking a stable school where your child will be taught to question, adapt his/her own thoughts and be allowed the freedom of expression and be allowed to be who they are and not sheep, this is NOT the school for you!! Our childrens education is the most important decision we have to make as a society and to subject them to a school that is not teaching but indoctrinating is doing a disservice to our children and the future of our culture. Do your research, and dont be taken in by the hype, this school is no different then any public school in the area.

- submitted by a parent
March 28, 2011
This school provides a very good educational program and very good teachers but administrate staff need to be change.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 20, 2010
I recommend The Charter School at Waterstone because the program of education is excellent. Every month there is a meeting between teachers, parents and the principals where we have the opportunity to be informed personally how our kids are doing in the school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 30, 2010
i love waterstone exspecilly ms.picasso she is the best she teaches us alot how you doin ms picasso and mr hernandez

- submitted by a student
March 24, 2010
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February 01, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
December 25, 2009
I am a proud parent and my daughter loves Waterstone. This is her last year here and it saddens her, to leave her friends, wonderful staff an above all, the super team administration. Mrs. Aguilar should be nominated for the number one Principal in Dade- County. I have never met a principal like her. She is extremely dedicated to the school. Students come first. She is always available to speak with you. How many principals do you see in the morning (traffic duty) in the afternoon traffic duty) and around campus. The times I've gone to the school, she is not wasting time behind a desk. She is a hands on. I call this the 'Waterstone Administration Dream Team'. Just waiting for the High School to be built (hopefully) and Mrs. Aguilar better be the principal. Where ever she goes my younger children will follow. Go Dolphins!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 03, 2009
This school provides a safe learning environment and the teachers in general are following the teaching standards but the students are in need of more xtra curricurricular activities and sports!

- submitted by a community member
September 10, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating September 05, 2009
I just graduateed Watersone (class of 9) and i have to say that the school is not what i expected at all!! The academic program lacks a lot from public school that i came from. and i sorry to say that some of the teachers dont teach very well. Waterstone lacks activities for the kids. I got a very overwellming shock when i started highschool because waterstone is so small that everyone knows everybody, and the worste part is that the teachers love getting in the kids bussiness, and and dont focus on what they need to teach!!! From expirence i must advice you to maby put your child in keysgate which is better.

- submitted by a student
August 22, 2009
Charter school of Waterstone is still our first choice. Our entering experience is ground setting. We had Mrs. Schroeder for kindergarten. This teacher represents the school in its entirety. She is exceedingly impressive in leading our children through education and where they can go with it. When you walk in for the first time and leave your five or six year old behind, you know in your heart they are going to have the best school experience ever. And they did, so did we. We appreciate the school and that they are pro active in providing us with excellent teachers. Thank you Waterstone and thank you Mrs. Schroeder.

- submitted by a parent
August 11, 2009
The Charter School at Waterstone has been my children school since Kindergarden and I would not change this school for any other school. My children are learning all the skills nessesary to become great citizens and leaders of the future. thank you to all the professionals at Whaterstone.

- submitted by a parent
no rating July 22, 2009
I rate it a 2 at of 5 because they want kids to be perfect they dont know how to deal with situations when a child has emotional issues. They blow things out of porportion and make the situation instead of better.

- submitted by a parent
July 10, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating June 05, 2009
My daughter went to this school for her first grade year. I thought it would be a great school to send her to but there were some things that I wasn't too happy about. For one there library is really not your average school library. It's a classroom with limited amount of books and the children do not have the opprotunity to check out books. Plus, the area where they have PE is not sufficent space for them to run around. I felt that the school did not offer many choices for children that either had special needs of interest that needed to be worked on or gifted classes for children that needed more of a challenge. Also when I placed her in a charter school I thought that the class size would be smaller but my daughter's class had 23 students placed in there.

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May 28, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating May 27, 2009
by my experience this is a great school, my child is very happy, more confident and she learn a lot this year, she just graduate from kindergarden and she is reading well, her teaher Mrs. Roque is a great teacher very dedicated and sweet,the administration, very friendly and the principal and her team did a great job this year, hope next year they continue to supporting our childrend and parents as well as this year, great job!!!

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May 26, 2009
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March 28, 2009
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March 24, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating March 10, 2009
Great environment, great teachers, u feel like family and everyone is very involve in supporting our children.

- submitted by a parent
November 22, 2008
I don't know what the problem is with this school but they are constantly changing the administration. When the school opened four years ago there were two principals. Before the year was up, one of the principals quit, leaving the school with one principal. The following year,that principal left and a new principal was named. Now, once again, a new principal has been appointed. That's a change in leadership every year the school has been opened. This high turnover has been difficult on the students, parents and staff.

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October 15, 2008
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October 01, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
September 06, 2008
I was part of the Class of 08, and i have to say that this school is one of the best ones in South Florida. I think that this school improves greatly every year, and parents, if you are thinking about enrolling your child in this school, do not think it twice. You will see how wonderful and awesome this school is. Administration is great and the teachers are the best. They take discipline seriously and it just makes you a better student and a better person. Honestly, I did not want to leave Waterstone after i graduated.

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August 14, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
August 08, 2008
I just graduated from Waterstone (Class of 08!) and had been attending there since its opening three years ago. I have to say the school continues improving each year. The administration were great and the teachers were awsome! I'm glad my parents put me in Waterstone beacuse they have prepared me perfectly for my future and have always been generous to all of the students. We 8th graders had outstanding FCAT scores this year which would not have been possible without our dedicated teachers. I see nothing wrong with this school and any student would be lucky to be in The Charter School at Waterstone!

- submitted by a student
June 08, 2008
The teachers were great! The administration was terrible. The principal was unavailable most of the year. She did not seem interested in talking to parents. There were many changes in employees in the office. I would have pulled my child out of the school if it was not for the teacher.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2008
Waterstone is a great school. The students are challenged and the teachers care about them. The Principal, Ms. Scott, is always helpful and the school has imroved alot since it first opened.

- submitted by a parent
April 07, 2008
My son just started in kindergarten this school year. He had no Pre-K exprience and has learned so much. His teacher is wonderful, I'm very happy with his progress. This is a great school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 08, 2008
My childrend have been attending the Charter School at Waterstone since the school opened three years ago. I find that the staff and educators are some of the best in the area. I strongly agree with the way that they involve Parents within the school. My children are happy and learning the things that they need to learn to make it in this world.

- submitted by a parent
December 31, 2007
The Charter School at Waterstone is great. I believe that if the teachers and staff have a long term commiment with the school it can be even better.

- submitted by a parent
December 04, 2007
I love this school! I am now a 7th grader, and I have amazing teachers, and Ii love the enviroment.

- submitted by a student
November 29, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
November 02, 2007
Academic program is really lacking and there are very little extracurricular activities. I am glad that the school provides a safe environment for my 8th grader but she is challenged by the curriculum at all. Calling the office is a joke since they tell you that they can not help you or they don't know and the only way to contact teachers is through email. Very disorganized and I am now thinking about not sending my youngest to the school because I am very dissatisfied with administration.

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October 29, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2007
About security, my child goes there and I do not see anyone standing outside early in the morning. The only afterschool activities are for the older kids, nothing for the younger ones. This school has had an over turn of principles,asst principles,dean,counselor in just the 2 years it has been opened!

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October 12, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
no rating October 12, 2007
This school is very unorganized. You can never speak with a member of administration when you need to. Many of the classrooms are a wreck. My daughter's classroom has been leaking all year and they finally moved her, however, she is now mixed in with another class! Some of the classes have 40 kids in them.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2007
As a parent of a student that has been there since the school's opening, I noticed that much has changed. I find the new administration in dire need of a facelift. The administration stated in open house that they are there to serve the parents, and their number one priority, the students. I have yet to see them stand true by their words. In my observations, I have seen students and parents try to reach administration with concerns to no avail.There is a lack of consistency within the building,teachers are not made aware of changes to the last minute, therefore, it makes our jobs as parents a little more confusing with educational issues. The dismissal is chaotic, unsupervised, and long.The teachers are the only faces out there, never administration or security.It is such a shame that a school that had so much potential ends up this way.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 09, 2007
The teachers at this school are great, however administration is not.

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2007
My two children that attend this school.One in Elem. the other one in Middle.I can tell you that it is a clean school.Not seen any fights, very aware of the students safety.

- submitted by a parent
August 27, 2007
This school suffers from staff turnover and discontent. The administration is unfriendly and does not represent all students. Most of the student body is Hispanic and many of the administrators cannot communicate with the parents. It is disorganized and always asking for money.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 07, 2007
I am very dissapointed with the school/academic portion. My child has been in the school since they opened and in both grades (4th and 5th), teachers left on maternity leave and it was just horrible. The substitute choices were just very poor with a constellation of different people coming in for one or two weeks and then leaving again. Everyone has a different style to teach and it just hard for a kid to get used to it. Also a lot of the teachers were inexperienced, did not give enough homework, material that needed to be covered was not, etc. I really hope they can do better for this following school year. Unfortunately there is not much to choose from in the Homestead area unless you can go to private school.

- submitted by a parent
March 22, 2007
my children have been in this school since the day it opened. I would agree that the elementary get good extracurricular activities like snow day and many field trips to a petting zoo or other places like that. its a good/safe environment for them but it could be way better for the middle school. they have rarely any field trips, not many dances and always have to raise money. they could arrange it better.

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March 05, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
November 13, 2006
The Charter School at Waterstone is an awesome school. Last year's curriculum for first graders was very intensive & challenging. It kept my son interested. I love the use of the agenda book as a tool for communicating between the teachers & parents. It allows you to know exactly what is going on in class, for homework etc. The only problem I had is when I sent a note to [a teacher] regarding a situation that was created by the school. Her response was, 'she did not have time to look into it'. I felt that as a teacher she should be dedicated enough to assist. I never would have imagined such a response from a teacher. I also feel that the curriculum for second graders is somewhat lacking. It is not challenging enough.

- submitted by a parent
June 29, 2006
The fact that 2005-2006 was the first school year for Waterstone, they did pretty good, the only negative side was that lots of teachers resigned and this affects the students learning progress, hopefully this year they'll do better by selecting teachers with a long term commitment to the school and the students.

- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2006
This First Year at The school was indeed a great year. The teachers and staff are there for the students and the parents. I think they have an above average as far as the curriclum goes. My child learned a lot at this school that I feel she may not have learned anywhere else. I personally loved the staff and teachers and give then gratitude for all they do. In my opinion this school is the best. Unfortunatley, I am moving out of the area and I am going to miss all the teachers and staff. My child is going to miss them also. Thank you for caring for my child and her educational well being.

- submitted by a parent
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The Charter School At Waterstone
855 Waterstone Way, Homestead, FL  33033
(305) 248-6206
Last modified The Charter School At Waterstone is a Charter school that serves grades K-5. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 6 out of 10 based on academic quality.
The Charter School At Waterstone Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 74 reviews. Top