Clubview has an extraordinary learning environment. When you walk through the doors, you cannot help but be moved by an overwhelming enthusiasm for learning. Creativity, character and critical thinking skills are promoted while students are challenged with meaningful and engaging learning activities. Teachers and staff inspire students to dream, problem solve, and give their best. Music, Art, Spanish and Physical Education specialists provide exciting programs to cultivate a well-rounded, balanced learner. As an International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme, Clubview is phenomenal place for children to grow and learn.
Every teacher I encountered has compassionate and committed to helping my children succeed. Teachers are Clubview are enthusiastic about teaching and learning. They are creative and work to make learning fun.
How muc h is "Too much" is determined by each student's determination, focus, study habits and parental support. I feel that the amount of homework at Clubview is enough to have prepared my older children to succeed in middle school and high school.
Persistence, grit, and determination are part of the student pledge recited daily. Students pledge to "take charge of their own learning to gain knowledge." This means developing study habits, being reflective and accountable for their learning.
This school prepares students to be compassionate, pro-active citizens of the world. The IB PYP is about developing the whole child and part of that is preparing students to make a difference in the world around them. The exhibition is a collective project lead by the fifth grade each year. Student examine issues in their community and around the world and determine where they would like to make an impact. Then, they design activities to involve the whole school in making an changing their world for the better.
My 5 year old came home from school crying every day. She hated school. The teacher and office did not help resolve any issues. On top of that the schools automated messaging system called me more than once to tell me that my child was absent, when my child was in fact sitting in the class room. It is terrifying for a parent who dropped their child off at school to be told that they are not there!
New to the school, coming from military school on Fort Benning. The school was rated great and I was super excited for my sons, but after only a few months. I am very disappointed in the way the school handles bullies, communication, and belittling my oldest. Not excited for my youngest to start kindergarten next year as he has "special needs". :/
We love Clubview! The IB program is challenging. Teachers really care about what is best for students, and Mrs. Watt's leadership is positive and strong. Both of my kids love school, and that says a lot!