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PK-5
Public charter
Miami, FL
Students enrolled: 650
Before care: Yes
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14301 Southwest 42nd Street
Miami, FL 33175

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(305) 207-1027
(305) 207-1897
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November 02, 2014
PPA for being a charter is ok but is not like it use to be before but hopefully with the new principle things will shape up better. Like any other school your child might have an excellent teacher that informs you about your child progress and there are other teachers that I am not sure why they are even teaching because no matter how nice they might be at the end that child might not be getting what they really need. Every child learn different and there no way of pushing a child more then a child is able to handle every day in a classroom. If a teacher is not there to work with the parent and the child is really hard for the child to really make any progress no matter how hard that parent work with that child. In this school is really hard for teacher to send any assignment that you as a parent would like to review if the grade is not that great. sometimes as a parent I wonder what happen that day in that assignment that my child got the grade he or she got. It will be nice for teachers to send those assignment home for parents to sign and return. Also not that many like responsing to emails when a parent has a concern.

- submitted by a parent
July 09, 2014
Think twice before sending your children here. This school is all about the MONEY. They can care less about the students nor are the teachers skilled to be teaching. Very unprofessional administration that do not care about what is going on with our children and their education. Teachers do not have nor want communication with parents other than making sure the money asked is brought in. If its about money you definitely have their attention. My 3 children attended PPA for two years and sad to say its not at all what we expected. Do yourself and most importantly your children a favor....DO NOT GO TO PPA. There are numerous schools in the area with much better teachers and administration. This school needs a definite overhaul in order to be and produce what our children seek...AN EDUCATION. There is no passion to teach and the teachers simply don't care.

- submitted by a parent
January 02, 2014
this school is very good and i know because i was once a student here

- submitted by a community member
August 14, 2013
This school is one of the best in the area, even after most of the longtime teachers left to Pinecrest Cove, it is one of the best schools still. And its becoming better everyday! Some people say that it has become worse after they opened Pinecrest Cove, but it's going to get better!

- submitted by a parent
August 05, 2013
Congratulations on being an A school once again. You are AMAZING! Your hard work and dedication shows!

- submitted by a parent
June 04, 2013
This school has changed for the worse in the last couple of years. Some teachers have lost their passion and it shows. Just a major disappointment all around. Teachers are not reaching the kids and the FCAT scores prove that. I will be moving my kids to EKB- one of the top schools in the Kendall area.

- submitted by a parent
January 29, 2013
PPA is a school for those of us who want our children to be leaders. The teachers and administration have very high expectations for the students, all of which I am in favor. Perhaps the homework load is demanding, and the curriculum demanding, but I prefer that. I know my children are getting a solid foundation that will carry them over to middle school and beyond. Mrs. Santana and Dr. Ferrand have done a superb job preparing my eldest for middle school. She has been placed in advanced classes and keeps up with the load, all thanks to those two wonderful ladies. I highly recommend this school to anyone and everyone who wants their child to be challenged.

- submitted by a parent
December 05, 2012
This school has Pros and Cons: Pros: -Good education -Parental Involvement Cons: -Very small classrooms with too many students (tiny classroms overcrowded with 24+ students since Kindergarten) -Some teachers seem not to enjoy teaching and are very cold with their students. -Principal is NEVER available, you'll never see her in the hallways with the students. -Music, Art and PE are always cancelled because if the teacher didn't have time to complete the lesson plan they will cancel special area classes. There are better schools in the area, we are happy that we moved from PPA to a public elementary school with wonderful teachers, great administration, excellent curriculum and special area classes.

- submitted by a parent
November 04, 2012
I agree to this message, my daughter also started to the school and she has Mr.Acosta for 4th grade. When she was done with the first week, she told me that she is impressed with the school. If she loves it, I do too. Go panthers!

- submitted by a parent
July 19, 2012
This is the worst charter school in the world. The teachers have little experience and the rooms are crowded with 25+ kids. There are no teacher assistants, two comps per classroom, and special area classes are always canceled. They only care about the supply donations and are always asking for money. I took both my kids from this school and they are happy in a public school.

- submitted by a parent
June 13, 2012
It was a good school, but for the past couple of years, it has gotten worse and worse! I pulled out my little one mid-year and registered her at Ethel Koger Beckham Elementary, an A+ School.. What a difference! I had heard of Pinecrest Prep, but after a couple of years there, not impressed at all. Over rated!

- submitted by a parent
June 09, 2012
This school is like a private school without having to pay $10,000/year in tuition. The teachers are extremely dedicated, working countless hours to make sure their students are well prepared for state exams and meet grade objectives. I have three kids in the school and one child in the middle high. I can tell you that it is a highly academic school. It is not a school for parents who have low expectations for their child. The teachers set high standards because they want their students to succeed. Unfortunately, some parents cannot admit when their child has a learning disability and instead try to force the school to lower their standards for everyone so that their child does not appear to be the low one.

- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2012
Por fin se termino este ano escolar! Mi hija ha estado en esta escuela desde Pre-K y siento decir que este ano fue el peor. Le toco la maestra Mrs. Santana. Es una maestra sin compasion y de personalidad amarga.. Creo que Es tiempo de retirarse. Que se preparen los que le toquen. Tareas hasta las tantas de la noche. Tuve que sacar a mi hija de las clases de baile. La maestra de por la tarde Mrs. Ferran no enseno Estudios Sociales en todo el ano. No le recomiendo a nadie esta escuela, ya que no prepara a los estudiantes tampoco. La directora ni la sub directora estan disponible y se tardan semanas para contestarte. Horrible!

- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2012
After two years in the school, I realized many things I dont like about it. First, security is poor. Anyone can come in in the morning or at dismissal and grab your little child's hand and walk right out. Not safe at all! Try setting up an appointment with the principal or the assistant principal to express a concern. I had to wait two weeks before either one called. The U.S. President is more reachable. Many young teachers without experience and the cuRriculum is just like Dade County Public Schools. No big deal at all!Same books and all! My son tells me that the laptops, which they talk so much about, are missing keys and many broken. There are many A+ schools in our community that don't require the 30 volunteer hours ($150) and have computers in the classrooms. Not impressed at all, so I'm taking both of my children out!

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2012
PPA is an excellent school. My kids have progressed in a short time. Teachers and staff are very supportive. The curriculum is great.

- submitted by a parent
January 19, 2012
PPA is a wonderful school. The administration is very helpful and supportive. My son, has progressed nicely, being taught by exceptional and warmhearted teachers. The teachers are very involved with the students and keep them engaged and challenged. The school provides the latest technology for the students to enjoy. I also enjoy that the parents are highly involved in the school with their children. It's a safe haven and I feel comfortable leaving my son at PPA every morning knowing he's getting a great education with great teachers. We are extremely happy with everything the school shares with all of us.

- submitted by a parent
January 18, 2012
This is an excellent school. The teacher's are extremely dedicated and the students are very nicely mannered.

- submitted by a parent
January 16, 2012
PPA is an amazing school. It is has exceptional teachers and staff. It feels like a private school in the sense of it being small and offering so much, but at no cost to the parents. The kids have top notch materials and have access to the latest technology. The parent involvement is like no other. We give so much and get so much in return as well. I have two children in the school and have no doubts that I have chosen the best school for them. Keep up the good PPA!

- submitted by a parent
January 16, 2012
This school reinforces the traditional values that have long left our public school system; building good moral characters while providing an excellent education. As a vigilant parent of a student at Pinecrest Preparatory Academy Charter School, I attest to a well run, well managed charter school that persistently strides in improving students academic achievements while providing a sound learning environment.

- submitted by a parent
January 12, 2012
Working at PPA is an experience like no other. As a professional you can be part of an amazing team of people that work together and strive to accomplish the same goal- student success. Students have fun learning and participating in all of our school events. PPA provides its students with a large variety of resources in technology in order to improve on their education AND they can actually use...more than 10 students at a time!

- submitted by a teacher
January 10, 2012
At Pinecrest Preparatory Academy, student achievement is their priority. As a parent of 2 children that have already graduated from PPA and another one presently enrolled, I believe the teachers and staff at PPA help the students develop extremely strong academic and character skills.

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2012
Working as a teacher at PPA is an amazing experience. It truly is an honor to work here. The staff, administration, teachers and parents are all involved and work together as an effective team. The children are given ample opportunities to learn in various ways by using different teaching strategies. The students have so much extra technology that other schools do not have such as the promethean board, computer lab which is utilized, and labtops that each class is allowed to use!!

- submitted by a teacher
January 10, 2012
PPA is a wonderful school! It offers a safe and positive environment for students and staff. All teachers at PPA are hardworking and take pride in what they do.

- submitted by a teacher
December 13, 2011
I am very disappointed with PPA. The classrooms are extremely small and overcrowded with children. This makes learning nearly impossible. Also, there is only ONE computer per classrooms. In regular public schools students have at least four computers, which makes me think that students can't use the computers for small reading groups. The principal claims that they have a computer lab, but student dont go to the lab everyday. Also, if your child has special needs this is not the school for your child. I dont think the building nor the teachers are up to part to my expectations. Other schools in the area offer way better accomodations.

- submitted by a parent
November 17, 2011
Pinecrest Preparatory Academy is a great school. They plan events centered around students that further enrich their education and encourage parental involvement in the classroom. We had a lot of choices for our child for kindergarten and we are so glad we chose Pinecrest Prep.

- submitted by a parent
September 07, 2011
The staff at this school only cares about taking the parents' money. They are always asking parents to pay for stuff or donate ridiculously expensive items. They say they have less funding and that they'll need to cutback, but they waste all the money they get buying expensive furniture for their office. If they really cared about the kids, they would use all their funds for the direct benefit of the students. Having a pretty main office does not impact student learning. Instead they should invest the money on more teachers, assistants, and student desks. This school is all about MONEY. It doesn't matter if your kid is an excellent student. If you don't pour all your money buying them things, at the end of the year your A+ child goes back to the waiting list. What does that tell the student? That their work is meaningless because he's back in a waiting list. This school is simply a waste of time. There are much better schools in Kendall that offer a great curriculum and that are A+ schools.

- submitted by a parent
September 07, 2011
I am starting to thing that all of the positive reviews about this school are written only by people who work at PPA. My son attends this school and I am very upset with the school overall. The administration is never to be seen and when you do see them they are very cold. At this school all they do is ask the parents for money and supplies for the class. The classroom are very small and I am concerned that my son will not learn and be ready towards the end of the year because of this. I am waiting to get called from another Charter school to have him changed. The parking issue is a joke and some of the teachers need to go learn some manners. I gave 4 stars to parental involvement because their parental involvement is by sucking money out of us.

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2011
Both my children have attended PPA for the last 10 years. We have seen the school come from trailers to the wonderful place it is today. PPA deserves the recognition it has received and much more. From staff, students and parents we have all put in so much to make it what it is today. I will always be honored to have been part of the PPA family.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2011
Working at PPA has been an honor and a pleasure. We have many technological advances that many other schools do not have. I am not only a teacher, but I also am a parent there. The fact that my own children go there speaks volumes about the school! I adore PPA, the parents, and the students. GO PANTHERS!!!

- submitted by a teacher
July 25, 2011
I have read the other comments posted about PPA , I really don't see that happening and I am a well involved parent at the school. The teachers are always there when you need them. They will go the extra mile for the student. They will advise you about the progress of your child. The staff is wonderful. The security do take care of the school. And they know every childs name. I feel very comfortable with the school and the administration.

- submitted by a parent
July 23, 2011
For all you people criticizing PPA you are wrong. i was a student there for 6 years and i absolutely loved it. Most of the teachers were very helpful and supportive and the principal was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! i was forced to leave since they transferred schools to PPMH (do not go there) i honestly miss that school and wished i had finished off middle school there. Now it is a k-5 school and still an A+ school. I am and always be a Panther(:

- submitted by a community member
July 10, 2011
This school has not cutbacks or financial dificults. You can Visit the office to see how they invest in new 60" LCD flat panels, leather chairs that many other schools rated A plus doesn't have. They do need to invest in human quality" . They have rude staff. Principal is never available. Most of the teachers are young without experience and patience. They are very rude with kids. There are many parents leaving the school for different issues. .Calling them ignorants is a lack of respect . Parents has the right to express their opinions about the school. I did also have a child in this school and I believe that this is not a good school. This is my opinion like many other parents.

- submitted by a parent
July 10, 2011
I am a mother of 7 years old and I am happy leaving this school. It was a horrible experience having my child here. From the entrance, the parking staff to the office and teachers, they are very rude and unfriendly without reason . I dont understand why. There are other good options in the rea instead this school. Other big issue is the heavy traffic entering into the school at arrival time. You will arrive "late" many times and you child will be marked "late" even when the school is responsible for this issue. .

- submitted by a parent
July 10, 2011
Yes, I agree with this parent. This school needs to incorporate a list of "Positive Human Quality"

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2011
This school is really really bad. I used to be a student there, as a student, when you're small you're really fragile. Any difference the other students or teachers make affects you deeply inside. The teacher's are soo sassy, they think just because they have some sort of authority that they can play with it and be the 'head' of everything. They only care about money, and you can tell. They don't respect the 'classic' school, nope, they only care about getting your money, wasting it on things like teacher supplies, and it's like they never end up getting any amount of money they are satisfied with. They always ask for more, plus the parental voluntary hours (translation: buy things for them; most of the time). There are FEW awesome teachers, really nice, but lately they've been either leaving or not appearing anymore? On top of that, I'm sick of all the activites they put together only to make those who can't make it, or are unable to feel bad. And all those chocolate sales and catalogs are complete baloney! A child doesn't need to work at this age, do the work yourselves! You're making all of us sick!!!

- submitted by a community member
May 12, 2011
I am in the school right now last year was year first year it was the best Mr.Acosta was a great teacher for Reading Now I moved on i think when i leave the school i am going to start to cry for all the memories i. had in that school

- submitted by a community member
April 07, 2011
I have been reading the PPA reviews and am surprised at all the posts students have written. As an educator myself, I am surprised at the students grammar and spelling. I believe the parents and students are content in this school and its environment, but I am appalled at the English being taught there, hence the reason I pulled my son out! I recall a 2nd grade yearbook that was distributed one year by teachers like Ms. Rodriguez and Ms. Lopez which had the same use of grammar that these students posting have used. There were teachers there that were worth having your children learn from, but unfortunately for PPA are no longer there, leaving this school not worth even giving a second thought!

- submitted by a community member
July 15, 2010
The school is great, good curriculum and great staff except for Ms Garrido at the office, she is not customer service oriented and she does not provide right information about the school.... The rest, it is beyond expected GREAT SCHOOL!!

- submitted by a parent
June 25, 2010
Ok. PPA is a great school. I was a student there since it started, which for me was Kindergarden. And was there until 7th Grade. Then I went to the new Location for middle and highschool students for 8th grade, PPMH. The new school was merged with Pinecrest South. First, let me talk about PPA. It is and always has been a great school. I look back and see that I have the best teachers every year. Including, Mrs. Garvalosa, Mrs. Santana, Mr. Acosta, and Mrs. Fons which I had for 2 years and is an awesome teacher! To continue, the school has up to date technology in which students can interact with. The teachers really do care about you and your path to success. They focus slot on academics and don't let you slack on bit. Which is what I love, it is a very strict school. Don't get me

- submitted by a community member
January 27, 2010
This is a great small school that has a complete different environment for students compared to a traditional public school.

- submitted by a parent
December 29, 2009
PPA is a great school to put your child in i have had my child there seen pre-k and he love it he as so many friend and the teachers well dont get me started the teachers are great they are loving nice and understandable my husband had a accdient last year where he almost die i child went cry to school the next day and the teacher ask him what was wrong he told her and he came home every happy now i have a daughter in the middle school that school is a huge mess they are every disorganizing the first day of school they were sitting outside for hours because they did not have the permits for all the children

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 04, 2009
ive been in this school all my life since kindergarten i am now in 8th grade in the middle section of pinecrest. PPA was an awesome expierience the only thing was the food but if your lucky youll get an outgoing teacher like mr acosta which has different but helps u learn methods plus...all the friends ive made, in my schools yaers we were all friends and got along it wasnt ordenary school it was not even a school but a giant house with a huge family plus the principal Ms.dopico is the best ever....all ii can say now is that i wish i was back there and relieve those wonderfull 8 years i was there not once did i not luv being there!!! i miss ppa but still luv it....GO PANTHERS! (:

- submitted by a student
no rating September 18, 2009
I am a parent who is very involved in my daughters life and beeing in this school just 4 weeks I am very impresed! My daughter is an exceptional student she came from a small private school in the area where she has been the highest achievent student in her class 2 years in a row. She is so happy hear! I was afraid to make the change but now I realize that this school offers her oppurtunities to grow in many ways.This school offers so much more! From the state of the art technology in every classroom, media room, music w instuments,physical education daily,art,etc.The teachers, principal,and staff at this school does not compare to any other so far. The respect that they show thier students and parents is what makes this school so special. You feel like family there.The parent involvement makes for a successfull school. Best choice by far!Frye

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 17, 2009
The teaching staff is excellent. This folks really care wether our children learn. Very happy that my son has gone to Pinecrest for the last 3 years.

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2009
Both of my children began attending Pinecrest last year and you can not compare the quality treatment they are recieving in this school to any other public or private school ... not only the staff, teachers and children are respectfull and well mannered but the education is extrordinary. They take pride and are commited to being the BEST the RIGHT WAY !!! CONGRATULATION FROM THE RUSSO FAMILY !!!

- submitted by a parent
July 17, 2009
This is an amazing school. It has wonderful teachers, staff, activities, and learning enviornment. Your kid would love it here =) They're now moving the middle schoolers to a new location, so I will miss the comfy, family atmosphere you feel when you walk into a classroom. If you want your child to have receive a great education and make lif-long friends, there is no better school than the PPA Panthers!

- submitted by a student
June 22, 2009
Very dissappointed. I thought that this was the best school,but the academic is not as it should be in middle school.The principal is not in control of what is really going on around the school.

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2009
i am and always will be a pinecrest panther i have been here sincce 1st grade now we are being moved 2 a new location were it will be a middle high school. i have loved all my years here a great learning enviorment but the lunch is horrible. ive <3ed my years here nd ill have these memories 4 ever

- submitted by a student
no rating May 09, 2009
I am a student at PPA. The school is good. We are taught well, we have technology, it is always kept clean. My only problem is the food. Also, I was part of the Girls Varsity Basketball Team and The Girls Volleyball team. It's been a good experience. I am in sevnth grade and I have been in this school since we were in the banquet hall, for those of you that don't know, I have been there since the school started seven years ago. Also, there are good kids here at the school. You are considered lucky if you have Mrs. Y Navarro. I have never had her but I know her very well. Same with Mrs. Santana. Well this school is awesome. Your child will love it.

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June 16, 2008
My kids attend this school and I am very disappointed with the way this school has handled preparations for the FCAT. The school had a series of Saturdays to teach and prepare students in taking the FCAT. To my diappointment, it seems that some kids were not given the proper assistance, esp. kids who have disabilities. The teaching staff does poorly when it comes to communicating learning problems to the parents of the kids with these issues. Dr. Dopico who is the principal of the school has no people skills and of course this is an issue when addressing kids who have learing problems...Bottom-line if you are one of those parents with kids in this school, be careful signing documents as it may effect your child's future. I was very surprised based on my child's portofolio, that my child had issues which were not addressed properly.

- submitted by a parent
March 28, 2008
im a middle school student there && its a really great school so if i were you i would put your child or children in this school!

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August 23, 2007
Outstanding! Mrs. Abreu is amazing.... Great Familiy to be a part of...

- submitted by a parent
June 21, 2007
My kids have been at the school now for 5 years and I love it. I have been lucky with most my teachers.If your son or daughter has the luck to have Y. Navarro as teacher and mentor, consider yourself very lucky. It's a wonderful experience for you & your child. She is the best of the best. Overall, we couldnt have asked for a better school in the area. Lets hope we get the High School.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2007
Pinecrest Prep is an excellent school. They have the perfect combination of great leadership with Dr. Dopico, excellent teachers & aides, and amazing parent participation. The motivation and dedication by this great team is the reason why the students are excelling and Pinecrest is an A+ school.

- submitted by a parent
December 10, 2006
Pinecrest Prep Academy is an excellent establishment. It has a warm family atmosphere in which students feel safe and eager to learn.

- submitted by a parent
July 24, 2006
My son attended this school from PreK4 to fourth grade. I couldn't be happier. This is an excellent school. The teachers are fantastic! Administrators, teachers, parents, and students are one big happy family. This school is top of the line.

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April 14, 2005
Best elementary school. Best teachers. Best students.

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- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2005
My daughter have been attending this school since 2002. I am very lucky, the Principal Susie Dopico is doing a great job with the teachers and staff. I takes a good principal to run a great School.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2005
There is too much emphasis on FCAT preparation. I believe that the academic preparation of the students is suffering as a result of this over-emphasis on this test. Students are routinely taken out of academic classes to drill them on test taking skills. The school is becoming a great FCAT preparatory school at the expense of all other academic programs.

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August 18, 2004
My daughter attended preK3 & preK4 at this school. I was very pleased with her teachers and support staff.

- submitted by a parent
June 04, 2004
This school has the opportunity for parents to be involved in their child school. 30 hour volunteering required for registration on the following school year, it helps you keep in touch with what goes on in the classroom. My child has been in this school for 2years and is doing great.Also the fact that he will be in this school untill 8th grade is a plus in this society were middle schools have hardly any parents looking over their kids. There is always a parent in the class a teacher and an assistant. We need parents, teachers and administrators to make the school work and this school has this and more.

- submitted by a parent
March 02, 2004
Small class size does makes a difference, but it would help if the school had a web site where the teachers post homework and assignments and where parents can provide feedback to the school. Also, an evaluation of each teacher by the parents at the end of school year would be a good measure to obtain feedback on teachers.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 12, 2004
Since its inception, PPA leadership, faculty, and staff's commitment to provide quality and excellence in teaching has not only helped my children excel academically, but has help them understand and appreciate even more the true value of education.

- submitted by a parent
January 07, 2004
This is my dream school--a small, family-like environment, involved parents, a bright, happy & stimulating campus, top notch teachers and staff with a passion for teaching and all the latest wisdom to gently and enthusiastically mold the minds of our children and make them life long learners. My son thrives absolutely thrives in this school. No private school comes close.

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2003
The teachers and class size in this school really make a difference.

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14301 Southwest 42nd Street, Miami, FL  33175
(305) 207-1027
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