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K-8
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Kissimmee, FL
Students enrolled: 772
Before care: Yes
After care: Yes

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2850 Bill Beck Boulevard
Kissimmee, FL 34744

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(407) 847-1400
(407) 847-1401
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August 30, 2014
The negative "vibe" around this school for the most part is very evident. It is a total clique and if people don't look you in the eye, something is wrong. The previous review was correct in that teachers are on their own and are not given vital and important information and when they make a mistake, they are made to feel as if they might lose their jobs. People might smile to your face, but they really don't respect you as a teacher.

- submitted by a parent
July 26, 2014
I went to the school to be interviewed for a teachimg position. This school was absolutely filthy inside. I've seen schools 100 years old that look nicer. The floors and walls were gross. I used a paper towel to turn on the light in the ADULT bathroom. I can only imagine what the kids' bathrooms look like. The panel interview left me feeling like there were no real curriculum standards, amd teachers are very much on their own. They pay teachers below the already low Florida average. So they don't pay teachers or janitors, and they don't put money into technology and labs, so where does your money go, Imagine?

- submitted by a community member
May 29, 2014
My son has been attending this school for almost 4 years now and so far we love it. My son looks forward to going to school every morning and every afternoon can't wait to come home and tell me what he's learned. Most classes I've seen have no more than maybe 20 students and most of the teachers are very social and engaging with the students. Yea the dress code is strict and some of the rules and personalities of the staff I don't agree with but that's not anything I can control, it's not enough of a constant issue to make me lose sleep over it, and in the real world we can't always shelter our kids from strict rules and rude people. The communication is great, I am constantly getting emails of projects and new events I can volunteer in. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because I think the school is a little outdated in some areas compared to other schools around here but they have been making some renovations so it's a work in progress. Overall I would recommend it :)

- submitted by a parent
March 07, 2014
Although my student no longer attends this school due to graduating this year, I must say both reviewers are correct. KCA has amazing faculty that instill character development in the students as well as striving to make them the best they can be academically. I would recommend KCA to parents looking for a friendlier school enviroment. Administration was a bit power hungry, the dress code sometimes stupid strict. Yes the school is a school of choice, but not by the student. I believe letting the child have a little choice in hairstyle, socks, or shoe choice is not disruptive to learning and should not be used for disciplinary action. Again, some of the teaching staff is the best in the county, you'll not find a better choice of schools in North East Osceola County.

- submitted by a parent
March 06, 2014
I find it very silly to hear parents complain about the school uniforms dress code when they made the choice to send their kids to a uniform school. Where is the line? If one student is allowed to break dress code then it becomes unfair, but if a teacher tells a student he or she must adhere to the dress code then the teacher is focusing on the wrong thing? Part of this school is teaching character and responsibility, and adhering to a dress code should b a given since i is clearly outlined in the handbook. Just have your student wear the uniform and be thankful that he or she might actually learn something instead of worrying about what brand of clothes everyone is wearing. As a middle class parent I am grateful for the level playing field uniforms create. What a trivial battle to choose. Also, based upon the activity I have seen in the office when I am there, it looks like all adults there are trying to correct bad behavior. Volunteer in the school and you will see caring teachers, administration, and fellow parents who love the students and want to see them succeed. What a shame that anyone would be so eager to teach a kid to disregard rules. What kind of example does this set?

- submitted by a parent
January 17, 2014
Let me just say that this school is turning UPSIDE DOWN. The people who work here focus too much on dress code and aren't opening their eyes and seeing what kids are REALLY DOING. They have to lay off the dress code stuff and lay off how you want to style your hair I MEAN SERIOUSLY?! You can't even put on a HEADBAND with a bow on it without being called out. I know they wanna be good at this stuff but they already crossed the line years ago. :|

- submitted by a community member
September 23, 2013
This school has completely crumbled under the weight of the new administration. The principal is a vain woman and should have never become a principal. She overemphasizes on negative stuff about people. In fact, she open laughed about a student who has psychiatric issues in front of teacher meeting. The principal needs to be removed, fired from Imagine Schools, and every teacher that has been affected by her apologized to. If parents would listen to their children, they would pull them out of the school and forever abandon it due to his disintegration.

- submitted by a teacher
August 24, 2013
Kissimmee Charter is a great school with excellent teachers and staff. This is my child's first year in the sixth grade and he is very happy with this school and the teachers he has. The school keeps you informed of everything from grades to events through email and text messaging.

- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2013
My school is a great school, It counts with great teachers and facilities. Students learn and love their school , for that and other more reasons I recommend Renaissance Charter School at Poinciana.

- submitted by a parent
July 02, 2013
That is why I took my child out of that school. Hope they improve but that will happen when that principal is out of that school. They also need more extracurricular activities. She just want to save money and the kids are the one that suffer the consequences

- submitted by a parent
July 01, 2013
I agree that some kids are treated differently than others. One teacher will give a mark in agenda for no ID and another will let it go. It seems that each teacher has their own rules for dress code. It isn't fair to the students because they don't know who is right or wrong. Also, some teachers work load is way over the top. They don't take into consideration that some students do not learn as quickly as others. Instead, they label them as "lazy".

- submitted by a parent
May 08, 2013
KCA The worst school ,second grade have 39 kids in one class room,Teacher use inappropriate disciplinary actions.To many kids in one class room.They like to humiliate students with no reason.

- submitted by a parent
August 30, 2012
I would say it is a great school because of the environment that is made helps a student learn and they have different programs that suit your child's needs. As a parent one as to take initiative don't leave it to your child. Any school would be a considered a bad school is you only went for the teachers.

- submitted by a community member
May 29, 2012
The main problem at this school is the lack of care by teachers, coaches and principal. They are all too busy with their agendas and looking busy and on-task. There is no clear and uniformly enforced set of rules. Rules are enforced only on some kids/parents, and not properly communicated and enforced with everyone alike. Such actions anger and offend parents and students and make them be on edge and defensive. The saying goes: "It's not what you say, it's how you say it". I find this to be very true here. The principal and staff can learn to be a bit more tactful when communicating with parents and/or students, noting the huge difference from one to another. Also, rules are made, but not properly communicated to ALL parents, and eventually fail to be enforced on a consistent manner. this leads to more confusion and resentment from both groups. If teachers and staff give respect, they will get respect in return. Teachers should also focus more on teaching every child and bringing him/her up to par with love and positive reinforcement. Teachers should really care about their students. If the student fails, the teacher fails. Sorry, but thats the way it is.

- submitted by a parent
January 28, 2012
Im a Student at KCA , and this is my second year here , and , I Absolutly HATE it here ! We have no freedom whatsoever. Yes , its ' uniform ' school , not the military. Some of the rules are becoming outrageous. I can't wait to get out of here , there just losing more students each year. My word is too focus more on the education instead of the apperance of the school.

- submitted by a community member
January 14, 2012
Let me start by saying that I am also not a fan of the principal however, I think parents and students should focus more on quality of education and overall performance of this school compared to other schools. Parents/Students are upset about dress codes and new policies. I think that kids need to LEARN to follow rules and dress properly. Theres alot of kids out in malls and such that dress and behave inappropriately, so I think at least in school theres rules and policies to follow to train kids to be obedient. For parents that take their kids out of school because their favorite teachers left or some other insignificant reasons, youre actually teaching your kids to be a quitter. As long as theyre learning well, our kids should learn to face the music, deal with the changes and voice out any concerns pertinent to learning and character building. On the weekend and after school go ahead wear your two toned-bedazzled-funky jeans but in school its not gonna kill you nor your artistic sense to follow the dress code.

- submitted by a parent
December 17, 2011
As a parent at this school, I agree with the comments on this principal Awful awful awful

- submitted by a parent
December 16, 2011
im a middle school student at this school and today she (Mrs.mcCarley) went class to class and she said we can't wear certain jeans she made us go u in front of the whole class and pointed us out she is the worst principle ever she told us we could wear Christmas shirts and my friend was wearing a twisted Christmas shirt! and she made her go up to the front of the class and said she couldn't wear it because it wasn't Christmas! she is ridiculous i can't wait till i leave

- submitted by a community member
October 16, 2011
As long as Mrs. Mc Carley is at this school it can not be the nice school that it once was. She is rude, unprofressional and just plain ignorant. I had my children in that school since kindergarten and pulled them out in the beginning of this school year. I was nervous about my decision and now we arealmost hallf way through the school year and I think I made the BEST decision EVER!!! GET THAT WOMAN OUT OF THAT SCHOOL!!!!

- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2011
Worst school ever. No wonder why most of the good teachers left KCA and found better teaching positions at other schools. The new principal, now here for 2 years, is bringing this school down just like she did at her last school. The vice principal even left to go to a new school!! This used to be a wonderful school. I will NOT be enrolling my children here ever again. DO NOT enroll your child here! You will regret it!

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2011
Don't do it!! Great school/ kids with horrible leadership. If you want your child to go somewhere where the leadership is one big click and if they like you .. your golden. if they don't OH BOY LOOK OUT!! Wow, I thought we were suppose to be teaching our children the opposite of that !! HORRIBLE PRINCIPAL from a D school!!!

- submitted by a parent
January 19, 2011
Horrible school. Arbitrary rules, no guidance !! Principal taking school down to horrible like she did her last school. City of Kissimmee please help!! This is not what you planned for this school!

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2011
i go to this school and love it. some teachers are hard on us but this is because the are enforcing the rules. most students get caught for little things but they come to his school as a bad kd but leave with a's and b's. i recommend you bringing your child here.

- submitted by a community member
October 31, 2010
I feel really bad with all change what this school has seen in the last 2 years. This year, especially, the administration has implemented a lot of rules what the parent and staff don't follow.I don't know what's happening to this school, but it is going DOWN fast. Maybe they need to change the whole staff starting with the principal.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 30, 2009
KCA went through a lot of changes, some where needed changes. The new Art teacher is great, especially with the children. The music teacher is still here, now teaching drama. Good P.E. program. Both my children enjoy these classes. I would like to see Spanish classes again. Extracurricular activities are offered for all ages. The staff is very good and friendly. Volunteers are always welcome. Great 'A' School!

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 15, 2009
I have been at this school since Pre-K and it is a really great school. The teachers are super nice and you can make friends easily there. I guess that I'll be in this school till I graduate 8th. This is the only school I've ever been to. It'll be sad when I have to leave. KCA RULES!!!

- submitted by a student
May 26, 2009
This school needs some major changes and I'm not sure getting rid of the staff that has been there since day one is the way to do it.They are the reason the school runs

- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating May 22, 2009
KCA is going thru a lot of change. We will be loosing good teachers such as Music, Art,Esol,teachers from all differents grades. I was very happy with staff and administration that this school has had thru out the years.

- submitted by a parent
May 21, 2009
Kca is the worlds best school, i went there last year and WOW... it was the best thing that has ever happened to me,and of course teens curse its in their nature, tas becoming adult...im not saying it shows maturity, im saying it expresses a feeling you couldnt express before...i give this school % stars top ranks!!

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May 21, 2009
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May 16, 2009
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April 22, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2009
It`s a very good school but they should treat the kids with a tiny bit more nicer only a little bit .As they are doing that they also should decipline them because I heard timber wolves children cursing about another child.

- submitted by a parent
March 18, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
November 15, 2008
I am very disappointed with the new leadership of KCA. I believe that Mrs. Tiffany Ward was the best principal the school ever had. She made so many positive changes. All of the students loved her and I have heard many comments that they miss her deeply. She went to work at another school, but I wish that she could return to KCA. The staff, students and parents adored her. Mr. Ralph Garbart, the Regional Director has been running the school into the ground. He has taken a amazing school and tried to destroy it. I hope the parents can hold it together, but I am not certain. If things do not change, I will have to withdraw my two children.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2008
i think that this is a very good school. here i feel like family. i have been going here since i was in prek and am now im 7th grade. I have always been treated with upmost respect and have a great education. The office staff could improve because whenever i need to make a phonecall they are always rude and make a big deal out of it. they also always ask if its an emergency first acting like it hurts them if i make a call and i just dont feel good. i am glad i attend kca because i have many friends and the middle school program is just spectacular , i always feel at home.

- submitted by a student
October 01, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
September 30, 2008
Im a parent with three kids at kca, Im very impressed with the teaching staff and ese staff. I was under the impression the school could not take disabled students are special needs, due to no funding from the state ( Mill Creek Adm. comment) Well they can and they have done more in 2 yrs with my child than Mill Creek did in 4. It does have its problems, but its by far the best in the county. They do need keep parents informed of accidents and allow the parent to make the decision of medical care-- not allow the child to relay the message to the parents...If you cant get in touch with the parents call 911.. it could of prevented alot of pain and difficulties

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2008
KCA is by far the best school in Osceola County! Contrary to what some of the previous posts say, the administration and staff are extremely caring toward all the children and do in fact know the children by name. As for the parent complaining about having to buy copy paper - have you read the newspaper lately? Yes, we have had some budget cuts and parents will be asked to help out more, but do you know we are one of the only schools in the district that did not lay-off teachers, yet in fact hired a few more fantastic teachers. For these parents that continue to complain, why not get more involved in your child's education and take responsibility as a parent instead of criticizing the hardworking staff of the school

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2008
I have 2 kids at the school, and feel this is the best school in the county, because we are apart of our kids education! My wife and I have done numerous activities and volunteer over 100 hours each year! The more involved you are with the school the more happy you will be with it. I would recommend this school to anyone looking for great education, and a great way to be involved with your child's education.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 18, 2008
this is a great school i love it

- submitted by a student
August 11, 2008
I don't know y u guys r saying that this a bad school this is like my home have been in this scholl for 8 this is goin' to be my 9 so i love this school even though if have got in trouble a few times!

- submitted by a student
July 01, 2008
To begin on a positive note, the majority of the teachers at this school are outstanding and go above and beyond for their students! However, I am extremely displeased with the administration. The principal always seems to be 'out' and none of the administration seems to be familiar with the students whether by name, face, or grade. I agree that this school has been consumed by their greed for money and therefore no longer care for their students or staff. I second the motion to change administration before this school goes completely under!!!!

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 17, 2008
I am thrilled with the adminstration of the school and I love the fact that they ensure that all parents are involved. Principal Ward is great with the students and always available for any parent that would like to meet with her. As for volunteering, for many, having to do parent volunteer hours can be a burden. However, I find it rewarding to be a part of my child's education. I wish all parents would take an active role in their children's future.

- submitted by a parent
May 14, 2008
I fell the students at this school are above average, the school gets excellent ratings every year. An overall terrific school.

- submitted by a teacher
no rating April 04, 2008
I think the administration at this school is really poor. They are unprofessional, and if things don't change, will likely be the demise of what COULD be an excellent school. More attention also needs to be paid to discipline. I absolutely agree that we need to 'build our kids up', but only when deserved. They also need to be taught we all have to be accountable for ouor actions-regardless of where we are. What a shame that a school with so much promise, has turned into such a negatative thing! CHANGE ADMINISTRATION!

- submitted by a community member
March 20, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
March 19, 2008
My son went to this school. I do not like it at all. At my son's graduation the teacher could not pronounce his last name, how sad. And the staff is so rude. Would never recommend this school.

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February 22, 2008
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December 30, 2007
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November 27, 2007
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- submitted by a student
no rating November 20, 2007
As a parent that has children in this school from day 1, I can say this is a much better school than others in the district. I'm surprised by the parents that state that teachers are not receptive to inquires as that has never been the case with me. I have to put faith in the compant that they will always hire the best teachers that are avilable.

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
August 27, 2007
I am very happy with Kissimme Charter my boys have been in school since they open, and not all our experiences were the happiest of the world, I have a boy with speech problems, he did not passed d the FCAT on third grade, but still the team was there for him all the time. He is a very happy and secure boy and his grades have always been excellent. Discipline and education in KCA is number one priority and the team is excellent. The weakness part of school was in sport, but not any longer, now they offering an excellent after school sport curriculum.

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2007
It is hard to watch what has happened to this school over the past few years. The new administration is not organized and doesn't seem to know what is happening on her campus. The whole idea of a middle schools is pointless as they don't have enough space to accomodate them. I am sad to see how this school has grown for the worst in the past 3 years.

- submitted by a parent
July 02, 2007
i completely agree.The school started off as a fantastic school ever since i've been a student there(7years).The teachers were so involved then and I don't mean just mine. The principal also led the school in a great direction at that time. It excelled in academics. Ever since they added the middle school most of the good teachers left and it was terrible when the principal left. Then the assistant principal left. Then I experienced 8 different teachers in one year when i was only supposed to have 4. it was nonsense! but finally i ended up with three good teachers.not only that,but 6th grade is terrible.they are allowed to do anything they want and they overpower the teachers and have no respect for anyone. i am very disapointed with what the school has become. i know the school's trying but they need to try harder.

- submitted by a former student
June 29, 2007
I have two children that attend KCA. One is in elementary and one is in middle school. KCA in my opinion is the best school in Osceola County. The teaching staff, administration and especially the principal all do a super job. There have been so many positive changes this past school year. They added 7th grade last year and now they are adding 8th. Everyone is so dedicated to the students. The students in Middle School have their own laptops. We love the new sports programs. Parent volunteer hours are required and parents take pride in the school. We couldn't be happier and as a family, we will continue to support our Koalas and now Middle School Timberwolves!

- submitted by a parent
June 27, 2007
Excellent school . They are working on improvments everyday! I love the level of parent involvement that they require. This is truly a blessing that they make parents be a part of thier child's education and YES.. Single parents can do this as well. I am so glad that this school is an option to the overcrowed public schools in the area. This is school not perfect but it tries everyday to make it better and better.

- submitted by a parent
June 16, 2007
My time at kca was not at all as I had hoped it to be. I was displeased with all that kids got away with. The teachers would not solve any problems in the classroom and were oblivious to what was going on even when told there was a situation between children. I don't recommend this school to any one who does not already attend kca because it may be difficult to fit in as it was for me. - a disappointed student

- submitted by a former student
June 02, 2007
They are making so many changes at the same time that they won't be able to control it.To many students per class which create a problem for some teachers because sometimes they don't provide the best attention to all the kids. The ask for parents help but they don't help some of the parents at all. KCA doesn't have extracurricular activities programs for younger kids.

- submitted by a parent
June 01, 2007
KCA used to be one of the best schools in Osceola however, over the past year it has turned into one of the worst. The school has lost the majority of its experienced teachers who knew the students well and were concerned about their education, so the level of academic teaching has decreased. The cleanliness and general tidiness has deteriorated. The parents are not welcome, especially by the office. It is apparent that the school is only concerned about expanding and spending money rather than the students welfare and education.

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2007
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- submitted by a former student
May 23, 2007
KCA is a great school as a parent of three children in the school I have seen the ups and downs that happens with all the changes that have taken place but it is for the better of the students and their education. My children have excel in reading and math and continue to learn each and everyday. We have Koala pride.

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May 02, 2007
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April 18, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2007
Kca is a very bad school it maybe at some times but most of the time it is out of hand. Some teachers dont pay attention to the students while some teachers pay attention to certain students. It is supposed to be a middle school/Elementary but they treat the middle schoolers like Pre-K students!

- submitted by a student
October 28, 2006
My name is Alexandra Craig and I was a student of this school for 6 years. I recently moved out of state and went to a public school. I did not like it at all and I realized how lucky I was to be going to KCA in my previous years. It made the best of me. It was, and still is the TOP SCHOOL and shall be for however long it stays.

- submitted by a former student
September 27, 2006
My son started at this school the first year it opened. Yes there have been some rocky times, and teachers have left but things have only gotten better.This year they added a 7th grade(my sons grade) and an honor class they hired a terrific team of teachers. We are very happy with the way they are handing everything.They have added electives that the kids can chose from (drama,music,art and young marines)They have P.E. and recess. We like the school so much our youngest son just started kindergarten there. His teacher is wonderful. The uniform policy is there to have the kids look nice and while we would like more freedom in choosing where we can buy them,it is nice to see all the kids looking so nice. If you are looking for a good school for you child this is the Number one school in the county in my opinion.

- submitted by a parent
June 15, 2006
The school was great when we started our child there 4 years ago. Over the last 4 years they have had a few improvements, but more and more they have pushed the parents out. I think that for an elementary school that there is not enough PE for the children.

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April 17, 2006
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April 01, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
February 08, 2006
This school pushes for excellence. There is a higher level of expectations by the teachers than in regular public school. I would recommend this school to anyone looking for a different avenue for education.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2006
This is an excellent school.

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2006
I am glad my grandson is going to this school, love the dress code but not the price and quality of the uniforms from the company we are asked to buy from. I do understand why we are asked to do this so will continue on with this wonderful school.

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2006
My opinion is the Kissimmee Charter is a great school. this is my daughter 2nd year and she is a straight A student. I can't complaint and her teahcer Mrs. Apy is wonderful she is doing such a great job with her. specially on her reading skills.

- submitted by a parent
December 23, 2005
Great Pre K program.. The Teachers in that program are great!

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July 31, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
July 05, 2005
My daughter attended Kissimmee Charter for kindergarten. This is a great school in the area and has much more parent participation than the local public school. Parents/guardians are required to put in about 20 hours of volunteer work, which really adds to the school's events and activities. The students receive homework every evening and parent participation is expected. I had my daughter in the local public school for about six weeks before we switched her to Kissimmee Charter and it was a vast improvement. She's well prepared for first grade.

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June 15, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2005
Great School wish I wasn't moving!

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2005
This school was good in the begining. They have taken away their art and music programs. They do not go out for recess at all. The school is very inconsistent with their rules. Alot of teachers have left in the middle of the school year. The class sizes are supposed to be 25 but most of the classes have at least 28, and we don't get any answers why! The school is going to add a 6th grade next year, where will they put them they have just about enough room now.

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March 15, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2005
The teachers discourage students who are above par, and cater more to those who are average or below average. My daughter is not allowed to read out loud in class because she 'reads too fast'. The school is behind on curriculum, as are most in the county, but keep in mind that Florida does not have high quality education. A/R program is inconsistent, as are extracurricular activities, such as PE, art, music (non-existent) and Spanish. The school is adding 3 6th grade classes in 2005-2006 school year, so class sizes in other grades will be larger than they already are (25-28 students per class currently) they will tell you positive things about the school, but they do not hold true! Computers in classrooms are usuallly broke, if not being used only for games, and class size was promised not to go above 25 per class, but always does!

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 18, 2005
should have more extracurricular activities.

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2005
A very good school made even better by the principal. Parents are the most involved in the county if not the state. Teachers are always available to talk to and if problems arise they can be easly resolved through confrences with either the teacher or grade level leads or the dean of students.

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Kissimmee Charter Academy
2850 Bill Beck Boulevard, Kissimmee, FL  34744
(407) 847-1400
Last modified Kissimmee Charter Academy is a Charter school that serves grades K-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 6 out of 10 based on academic quality.
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