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Osprey, FL
Students enrolled: 2,180
 

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1 Python Path
Osprey, FL 34229

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June 10, 2015
Pineview is a wonderful school and it is a privilege to send our daughter there. She is challenged, the work moves quickly, the projects are thought out, the staff differentiates curriculum. There is a reason the school is always in the top 20 and always the #1 school in Florida. Unfortunately- the administration is not great. They simply can't and don't say no. PV is a gifted school- the kids that do well there want to be there. They need to be there. There is a lot of work. Honors level work. The kids here all work a grade ahead, and many are several grades ahead. IQ score is the minimum to be accepted, but is simply not enough to stay here. They have to do the work. Yet there are kids who consistently come to school without homework? Without completing projects? Getting repeat Cs and Ds? Poor state test scores? Parents who blatantly do their kids work? Why are these kids still here Dr. Covert? The teachers know 25-30 percent of the kids don't belong here, and would be better served by their zoned school. And why would parents whose kids are getting C averages even keep their kids here? Because it's a status symbol. This is a predominately wealthy town- with overeducated, nervy, entitled parents who treat their children like objects. Mercedes, check. McMansion, check, my kid is in the gifted school, check. And the administration panders to these parents, who whine that the school should be less difficult. Are you people kidding? It's a school for gifted kids!!!! If you are not happy at PV, stop posting nasty reviews and go elsewhere. Simple as that. Your C student will be an A student at his home school and the kids who belong here can get the education they need

- submitted by a parent

May 19, 2015
Not one positive review has been written in the last year. Since Covert has taken the reigns from Largo, PV has sadly quickly gone downhill. PV has moved from #6th on US News to #24th. PV response? Raise the required GPA to stay at PV View to 3.0 from 2.5. This is ridiculous. Truly gifted students may not always make the grade, while less gifted, conformist students might. Often, gifted underachievers may decide to only do the minimum work; their heads are stuck inside a turbine or writing a novel or some other endeavor. They often lack study or organizational skills because in the early grades they didn't need to develop them. PV kicks out students with a lower GPA only for the interest of the school and their ratings, not the student. The high schoolers used to have more freedom of movement and thought. Students there no longer feel free or respected for their own thoughts. Attire policy has gotten stricter. Freedom of movement around and on campus has been limited. It might as well be Pine View academic Military Academy. The academic rigor expected at Pine View is indeed high. However, you could get the same or even better rigor without requiring so much homework.

- submitted by a parent

October 20, 2014
This is a school where students self-teach. The "teachers" assign notes from the textbook and the students spend the class writing. Math teachers don't quite understand the math themselves, but don't worry, these kids are bright enough to figure it out on their own! The students are not treated like individuals, they are numbers-both scores and money. If you have trouble, forget it! Nobody wants to help. You're the square peg, trying to fit in the round hole; maybe this school isn't for you. Carry on and teach yourself! Don't blemish Pine View's scores because it'll make Dr. Covert look bad.

- submitted by a parent

May 20, 2014
As a former alumni with currently in academia, PV is, simply put, an excellent school. Unfortunately, many people do not realize or fully understand that PV is very different from other elite schools. This is not a place where students will thrive if they are not willing to put egos aside. The faculty is highly trained, often better at their job than many tenured faculty at elite universities (personal experience of many PV alum). Students truly learn how to prepare for the global turn in economics, business, and culture. The only draw back is that if students have attended PV their entire life, they may become cloistered from other realities. Aside from the phenomenal education students receive (much better than the maj of bachelor-granting R1 universities), students here should receive lessons on the importance of failure. After learning about Higher Ed inside out, Pine View is unsurpassable in quality. Just make sure you encourage your kids to maintain a healthy life/work balance by making friends with students from other schools or pursuing an interest outside of school.

- submitted by a community member

April 28, 2014
This is our daughter's first year at Pine View. We moved to the area for her to attend the school. We are very happy with the overall leadership of the school. With a new principal this year, you would expect some snafus, but there were none! Kudos to Dr. Covert! Our daughter teacher, Ms. Cookerly has been wonderful, helping us navigate our way through the year. Academically, it was just what our daughter needed. She looks forward to more challenging work in years to come, but it was a good way to start her tenure at Pine View. We look forward to the years ahead.

- submitted by a parent

April 21, 2014
As a parent of 2 Pine View graduates I have been extremely happy with the education they received. They learned great study habits that have made college easier for them. It is a wonderful embracing school for the children, they are free to be smart and be proud of their accomplishments. PV is not for children who are not motivated and have been pushed by their parents. Make sure the school is the right fit for your child not for you.

- submitted by a parent

April 15, 2014
Pine View is a wonderful school for fostering learning. We enjoy the relaxed campus atmosphere and the philosophy of going 212 degrees, "the extra degree" that makes water turn into steam, which can then power engines.

- submitted by a parent

April 03, 2014
My two daughters graduated from Pine View School. One is a Chemical Engineer the other A Biomedical Engineer.. I am a proud mom... thank you PV,..!! The Spanish teachers are no good though!!

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April 02, 2014
This school has been wonderful for my third grader. Individualized attention, great kids, super curriculum. Couldn't be happier.

- submitted by a parent

November 27, 2013
Pineview is amazing, we moved to sarasota to be able to go to this school, I am sure my daughter would be bored at a notmal school, she loves the challenge, she wants to be pushed, it is designed for gifted children and it is just excellent, the teachers ate motivated, enthusiastic, highly recommended.

- submitted by a parent

November 11, 2013
Our daughter is completing her 3rd year of middle school at PV and we are very pleased. Each year we attend the open house and without exception we meet astonishingly talented and committed teachers. The pace is demanding and the quantity and quality of work required is challenging, but for a true gifted student there is no better formula. Our daughter would be bored out of her mind working at the same pace as general population classes. PV is no place for the student that needs large amounts of parental motivation and help with classwork. The student has to be up to the challenge PERIOD. Finally, Florida's ESE program is noteworthy.

- submitted by a parent

October 24, 2013
From my experience with a child who is currently a student at Pine View, I do not agree with other comments that the homework is TOO MUCH. It depends how you compare the homework workload & your expectation. If you compare with international schools, PV homework is average. If you compare it with schools in the US, in general, of course PV has WAY MORE homework. I believe that PV prepares all the kids starting in Elementary to have a strong study habit so that they can handle their work in high school & college. I strongly believe that even gifted students have to develop the discipline to do homework and unfortunately some gifted kids do not have the discipline to study. My child has friends that do not go to bed until 12 midnight or even 1 am during elementary schools age. Why?? I believe it has something to do with organizational skills in the family or too much social and media distractions. Pine View emphasizes on academic excellence instead of sports so if your priority is academic rather than sports, & you have high expectations for your child to be able to compete with other kids from around the world, then this school is for you.

- submitted by a parent

October 24, 2013
pine view school is awesome I love all the hard work in school and the amount of homework each teacher gives. I recommend the school because it is hard working and interesting.

- submitted by a community member

October 23, 2013
I agree with the other reviewers that the amount of homework, especially in the elementary grades is RIDICULOUS. It is unnecessary, even for gifted students to be burdened with basically busy work every night. And the material is irrelevant in the lower grades, not strengthening core subjects, mainly memorizing irrelevant facts. However we were still hopeful that our kids were being challenged - UNTIL we moved to another area of the US where there are awesome normal public schools (where you do not have to be tested or be above a certain IQ to attend). These schools consistently rank just behind PV in the national lists with normal kids, not just high IQ kids in the test rankings. So keep that in mind when you see the national ranking for PV - it doesn't have the whole range of kids tested, only 'gifted' kids inflating the scores - its not an even ranking system. If you live nearby and your child LOVES homework, then it might be a good school to try. But I wouldn't move there because of PV and its not necessarily going to enhance a gifted mind - only overwork it and turn your little genius resentful!

- submitted by a parent

September 11, 2013
We have been searching for a High School in the USA for our son to attend that has high principles, and encourages children/teenagers who are self-learners with high IQ to be challenged and succeed in their scholastics. Though we are Americans from Ohio, we have been living in Romania for the past 14 years, and our son attends Cambridge International School in Constanta, Romania. Our family is moving back to America next year and we would very much like to transfer him into your amazing school. Wishing you great success in 2013-2014 school year!

- submitted by a parent

August 28, 2013
I attended from 2nd grade through grade 10. I did enjoy going there for the first several years (because of the close friend groups I've made that still exist), but I did not always do too well academically. I am by no means stupid--graduated top of my class as a Junior in HS, now in college studying engineering with a 3.8 GPA. While at PV, I had a constant struggle--never having enough sleep due to the amount of homework and having crying matches with my parents over my grades. I had at least one teacher every year that caused me to have a mental/emotional breakdown--sobbing in class. As soon as I left Pine View, I received nothing lower than an A and my parents couldn't be happier. The teachers truly make it 1000% harder than it needs to be. The information and techniques taught here are virtually useless. I learned more in two years at Riverview doing Dual Enrollment than I did in 8 years of PVS. Kids are extremely manipulative and competitive over grades. I was also exposed to drugs at a very young age here, AS WAS MAJORITY OF THE GRADE. If you want your child to end up socially retarded and emotionally abused by teachers and students, then I suppose this is the school for you.

- submitted by a community member

August 06, 2013
This school is awesome and I speak from experience there is medium amount of homework and the teachers know what they are doing. In all this school is the best one ever. I've been there since second grade.

- submitted by a community member

May 01, 2013
Too much homework, not as impressive as they believe they are, the mystique is in their reputation and if you're from the northeast, you know that good public schools there are at least as good as Pine View. Administration is cold and hard to get a hold of, you won't ever get a good will call unless it is for them. The teachers are not held to the same standards as the kids. School does not make 504 accommodations for kids who get injured and need help, and there is no sense of community. Don't believe for a minute that there are that many "gifted" kids residing in a single geographic area; people buy their way in with testing and public schools funnel their gifted kids into Pine View. Don't expect flexibility from teachers either (though ironically, flexibility is a marker of intelligence- HA!).

- submitted by a parent

April 07, 2013
I attended this school from second through twelfth grade - I ran the full gauntlet, one can say. The quality of this school has definitely deteriorated. Pine View was once an institution of interactive learning, with creative, inspiring teachers. Its approach was far less standardized and mind-numbingly politically correct in comparison to its current one. Too many members of the present-day staff have highly unprofessional attitudes and are snarky, arrogant, disrespectful, or downright sadistic. The course load emphasizes quantity over quality, and the content is not particularly mind-expanding, innovative, or challenging. There are teachers who ABSOLUTELY SHOULD NOT be teaching. Gross incompetence and inappropriate behavior on the part of teachers with tenure are quietly excused far too often. Students are total grade-grabbers, getting their parents involved in their pursuit. It's no surprise, since the school itself promotes an obsession with scores. The pros of Pine View are the zero-tolerance bullying policy and that students have more independence than those of most schools, although the latter seems bound to change in light of recent developments.

- submitted by a community member

April 02, 2013
I was a student here, and I absolutely hated it. The material itself isn't challenging. The challenging part is having an extra school day's worth of homework every night. I play basketball, volleyball, and golf, play guitar, and do enjoy spending time with friends or occasionally sitting down to read a book that is not required reading. Pineview does not allow a student to have time to do anything outside that little academic bubble of homework. While learning is a priority of mine, it should not have to come at the cost of any life outside of school one may have. There was less bullying there than at the school I currently attend, Venice High School, but then again, at Venice I have yet to have a problem with it. The main thing Pine View will teach you is time management skills, and how to deal with the stress of an absurd amount of homework. I am currently taking AP and DE classes as a sophomore at a "normal" school and have found the course work to be more challenging and much more reasonable in amount. If you want to learn life skills and enjoy the gift of having a life, consider another school.

- submitted by a community member

March 27, 2013
As a student at Pine View, I would strongly desire to address a few things. First, in a prior comment a middle school attendee of Pine View suggested that it was a bad school because it barely raised her GPA. Having seen this, I wonder whether she belonged in the first place. This, along with other logical fallacies presented in biased reviews, leads me to the conclusion that several parties need to be informed one VITAL thing. 1.GIFTED PROGRAMS ARE MEANT TO CHALLENGE THE STUDENT, NOT TO IMPROVE THE GRADES OR GPA IN ANYWAY. 2.LIKEWISE, THE STUDENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SELECTING HIS/HER OWN COURSES- MEANING IF YOUR STUDENT ISN'T CHALLENGED ENOUGH, IT IS THE DIRECT RESULT OF HIS OR HER OWN DECISIONS AND DOES NOT REFLECT IN ANY WAY ON THE SCHOOL'S PROGRAMS. As that has been iterated, I would like to add that, having experienced teaching or at least viewed teaching at every school in our county, I have found the teachers at Pine View to be far above par. I will not mention names, but the majority of the teachers have office hours willingly taken from their own personal time to consult with students and assist in any way possible, a kindness mirrored in all other facets of the staff.

- submitted by a community member

March 08, 2013
Funding for Pine View School is for educating gifted students who pass IQ score requirements (130) and subject exams. Sound simple? Not quite. Teachers and staff need to encourage, support and understand the well being of a highly gifted student. This is what a certified gifted teacher is all about. Are certified gifted teachers utilizing their education to facilitate ALL the needs of the student?

- submitted by a community member

November 01, 2012
Prospective students and parents should examine safety, supervision and structure before registering into Pine View School. The gifted education curriculum at Pine View School is one grade level above average grade level and easy to obtain. Gifted students receive full time "gifted" education at any Sarasota County Public School in the Sarasota County School District. Students from many Sarasota County Public Schools perform extraordinary accomplishments locally, nationally and internationally without attending Pine View School. Research is key.

- submitted by a community member

May 08, 2012
As a parent I have had a mixed experience with Pine View. There is a very high expectation from students. If a student does not maintain a high GPA within the academic year they are expelled from Pine View. This is understood by all students and parents and is part of the 'contract'. However no such 'contract' is imposed on the teachers. There are many teachers in Pine View that are simply appalling. The students, parents and most importantly management know who they are and yet they are given a free pass from year to year. They are never 'expelled' and are not even encouraged to improve their feeble performance. The students in their classes suffer from the stress of being inadequately taught and are forced to cover for their teacher's inabilities. A system where students AND teachers are held accountable is badly needed in this school, but management does not seem to have the willpower to introduce such a system. On the plus side, Pine View has a very engaged student and parent population. Your child will be very safe here, bullying is not an issue. Some teachers excel. But there is huge room for improvement.

- submitted by a parent

May 03, 2012
This school has way to much pride in what they are, which is stressful, awkward, and a bad environment. I came here in 6th grade and am now in 7th, and I have to say, I am not at all pleased with this school. I agree after being here for 2 years that 50% of people are already 13 year old adults(Over pressed with stress and pre-maturity). Teachers and staff vary so much in their abilities. For instance, my math teacher is EXTREMELY well educated about what he teaches, and how. On the other hand, my LA teacher comes to class in a bad mood and gives people F's on assignments they deserved a A on. It's incredibly frustrating! If you are thinking about coming here, consider whether it is worth losing 5-10 years of your life and friends for a .01 percent higher GPA(at best). In my opinion, the high stress here has decreased my grade and I feel trapped. You only live your life once, and if I could have gone to another school 2 years ago I definitely would have. Bottom-line: Don't come here because our test scores are 1% higher. Make a smart decision with your life. Trust me- you'll regret it if you don't.

- submitted by a community member

April 04, 2012
I have two children at Pine View and most of what is said on this site is true. There are pluses and minuses as in every school and most of the issues at this school are common among the entire US educational system. Pine View s student population is high IQ in an ecosystem of below average schools in Florida. This is the school s biggest asset and the high test scores are attributed to the kid s drive and intelligence. The downside is that the caliber of the teaching staff is mixed from exceptional to poor. This is an issue shared with every school in the US we are just not attracting the top talent to teaching anymore. If Pine View and probably every other US school replaced its bottom half of teacher s both national and international scores would improve tremendously. Having said this it is hard to rank this school. As compared to the state of Florida, it is a 5. As compared to the nation, it is a 3 and could be improved by going to national curriculum and testing. As compared to the International, we get a 2 and that is generous!

- submitted by a parent

March 02, 2012
My son attended Pine View from 2nd grade through 8th. I never recommend this school. We left Florida in large part because the school was so unsatisfactory for our exceptionally bright son who was made to feel unworthy by teachers who mostly would not pass the entrance test to be students there. They are tickled to deal with the minority of incredibly bright kids kids in the room that require teachers to only keep out of their way, but any child that needs help beyond that is made to feel feable-minded. Pine View may think itself an elite private school, but it's not - in so many ways. No sports, no music, no theatre, no fun. My son attended a private prep high school up north and had to scramble to improve math and writing skills that proved inferior in that environment after 7 years at Pine View. Go Pythons.

- submitted by a parent

February 24, 2012
I've been going to Pine View since 6th grade and am now in high school. The teachers are iffy, there are a few good ones but mostly are uninspired. They seem to think "gifted" means they don't have to teach. Most the teachers just show us a powerpoint and give us tons of homework. It's VERY competitive in academics, and your time will most likely all be spent doing homework/studying. If you do any type of sport, play any instrument, or anything else that may take up a good chunk of time, this is not the place for you. The good points are there is no bullying whatsoever and all the kids are nice and funny. It's nice to be surrounded by other smart people but having nothing else but academics has suffocated many. We've had a few attempted and successful suicides over a few years and it's most likely because of the stress levels of this school. I really wouldn't recommend going here. It's high school, go have some fun at a school where you'll actually have time for other activities.

- submitted by a community member

February 15, 2012
We relocated to Osprey for Pine View School and our children have never been happier. More homework? Maybe, but it has never felt like the Olympics. As far as the rat problem... rats are common in Florida and the Pine View rat problem has since been dealt with effectively. Thank You Pine View ! #14 on Newsweek Magazines list of America's Best High Schools. Go Pythons!

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June 06, 2011
Simply the best! Our daughter graduated today. Pine View has provided her the most solid of educational foundations from which to build. It may not be for everyone but if your child wants to succeed there can be no better platform. As a parent you may have to endure some stick for making them attend but it is worth it and today after many years I was thanked! Everything about this school is just so great. I say this as a parent that has witnessed what other local well rated schools offer. They do not compare. The level of mentoring and motivation these students receive is sensational. It should score 212%

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March 29, 2011
I'm a middle school student at PineView and the school is awesome. even though everyday i have about 5 hours of homework and it's normally challenging, I learn a lot. I practically learn something new everyday. i even learned how to freeze water in no more than a second in science class. Pine View has been great ever since I got there in 2nd grade.

- submitted by a community member

February 06, 2011
Pine View is an outstanding school which supports the student to reach his/her academic potential. Pine View helps the students to stretch to their outer limits while giving them the support they need. The faculty is made up of hardworking caring individuals and the parents are always encouraged to be involved with both the school and their child's education. I couldn't be happier.

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October 13, 2010
I'm ecstatic that my seven-year-old grandson is in an educational environment where he has the opportunity to develop all of his intellectual skills and still enjoy himself so much that he describes going to Pine View as being, "cooler than having a jet pack."

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April 28, 2010
I graduated from PV in 1980 and now both my children are there. It is a great school because of its incredible faculty, its supportive and visionary administration and a super collection of students and parents who are willing to go the extra mile.

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April 23, 2010
Pine View was a wonderful experience as a student. The scope of opportunity for academic exploration is unparalleled.

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April 06, 2010
Our family loves this school. Is there more homework? Absolutely. Is it worth it? Absolutely. 97% of PV students go on to college, but more importantly, this is a place where gifted kids feel at home.

- submitted by a parent
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March 19, 2010
I was a student at Pine View and I had no comfert. We had 3-4 hours of homework every single night--even on weekends! You may think, 'Oh it's just one coment' and yeah it is but for your childs sake please consider what I've said. I had nervous break-downs every night over a math problem!!!!!

- submitted by a student

January 26, 2010
The teachers are very well qualified and it is evident by the students' test scores and other academic success that they are effective. There are more opportunities at Pine View in terms of clubs, advanced classes, and learning outside of the classroom.

- submitted by a parent
no rating
September 29, 2009
Such a wonderful learning atmostphere! Great, caring staff!

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July 11, 2009
I am a student at Pine View and I don't think it could get any better. The teachers are great, students are great, and if your kid has a hard time here, they must not be working the program correctly. Don't think this school s all fine and dandy because it's deffenitly not. Home work, don't even get me started!!! It's hard!!! But you will be more than pleased with this school. Kids in elementry do get to change classes and they do mingle with high schoolers and junior high schoolers but there is no scence of bullying anywhere, so your kid should have a wonderful time.

- submitted by a parent

March 21, 2009
I'm a Pine View graduate and couldn't be more proud. I'm so thankful that I was able to attend such an amazing school.

- submitted by a student

March 02, 2009
I am a sophomore at Pine View, and have been attending Pine View since the 5th grade. It is an amazing school, where 'nerds' of all ages can co-mingle in perfect harmony. The admissions process is simple, classes are fairly basic, and it honestly isn't as hard as some people would like others to think it is. I get A's in class, and still have time to go to rock concerts with my friends.

- submitted by a student

February 19, 2009
I am currently a freshman attending Pine View School, and honestly could not be more proud of being part of this community. The most enlightening aspect of Pine View are the people in it. Surrounded by grades 2-12, we develop very close relationships with our peers, teachers, and other staff. At Pine View, there really is no segregation between students... especially once you enter high school, believe it or not. We all work INSANELY well together and everyone is accepted for who they are. You don't have to be a geek or a nerd to attend Pine View, unless you consider loving to learn a characteristic of 'nerd.' To me, that's just a smart student! One thing I will mention is that you should not come to Pine View and expect not to work- it is a CHALLENGING school! I come home with around 5 hours of homework every night.

- submitted by a student
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October 28, 2008
My duaghter started pinview in 5th grade this year and we couldn't be happier. It's refreshingly challenging with alot of unique curriculum. She has really learned alot and loves the challenge. She also loves the independence of changing class and going to lunch, eating outside with friends is great. They have recess (fields) everyday and can also use this time to study or see the teachers if needed. The kids are taught responsibility for their work which helps prepare them for the upper grades. My daughter has had no problems with upper classman or bullying. Overall we are very pleased!

- submitted by a parent

October 05, 2008
I gave Pine View School an 'average' rating, because there is no 'WOW' factor. In my opinion, the best part of Pine View is that gifted students are motivated by working with other gifted students.

- submitted by a parent
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September 29, 2008
Im currently attending Pine View School for the Gifted, Im in 9th grade and have been going their since 2nd grade. Bottom line, I love it, compared to area middle and high schools there is absolutely no fighting, no drugs, and no bullying or peer pressure. It makes life as a student a whole lot easier and it helps students to focus on learning. For those of you who think Pine View is not challenging your child is probably not doing their work the right way or at all. Possibly, the elementary program is easy but wait it will meet your expectations. Finally, this school is rated 6th in the nation it cant get much better than that!

- submitted by a student
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July 12, 2008
This school is HIGHLY recomended. The currliculum is tough enough for the kids, and if it is not they are given extra work. Parent's complain about PineView's campus where the elementary children are exposed to middle schoolers and high schoolers. They expect no bullying or bossing around. The kid's do get told to move but that's a part of life. It would eventually happen. This school is VERY good for middle schooler's because of the sports, but the high schooler's should have sports too and a football team and cheersquad would be nice.

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April 23, 2008
I am sorry, but the currliculum at this school is not tough enough. It doesn't challenge students at all.

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April 04, 2008
I love this school! I've been going here since 2nd grade, and absolutely adore the environment! All the teachers are very skilled, though some are a tad too strict, and cause many children stress and anxiety (such as myself..). It's an open campus, and a stimulating environment for you gifted child. Although it's extremely hard to get in, you'll be happy if u do!

- submitted by a student
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August 21, 2007
Elementary kids are scheduled just as a middle school student; they circulate from class to class without supervision. Elementary and high school kids do intermingle. There is some sense of bullying, teasing, etc. Maybe my expectations were too high, but there doesn't seem to be a great deal of emotional support.

- submitted by a parent

January 15, 2007
If your child is gifted this is a great choice. Pine View is challenging and really brings out the best in their gifted students. The goals are to inspire and bring out the best in gifted students, not just pile on work. Students come from all over the world to attend Pine View. It is an excellent school

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Pine View School
1 Python Path, Osprey, FL  34229
(941) 486-2001
Last modified Pine View School is a Public school that serves grades 2-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 10 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Pine View School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 60 reviews. Top