My family have sent 4 children there. It was a good school but it is lost now. I have decided to homeschool my son because of the treatment of this school and his teacher. I pray that organization and priorities get put back in place for this school. This school need help the children left there will need help as well.
I would like to thank my sons ex teacher Ms. Brian Elliott for making my decision to homeschool my son very easy. And for breaking the trust I have for teachers and whom every handles my son. Thank you and I forgive you, but I won't forget.
Very ineffective at teaching but very effective in displine. I asked my sons teacher for more challenging work and got no response. But she could take it upon herself to displine my child. She need to know her place.
my daughter is in 1st grade and her teacher ms.g is awesome.she always texts me back when I have a question.she is always up beat.her students love her.she will be missed by my child and I when the school year is over.i wish my child could have her next year for 2nd grade.i am pleased to have my child going to Curtis bay.i had a child that went to bay brook and let's just say he never liked it there but only for his 4th and 5th grade year.i feel that the school has tried the best they can.they've made mistakes but no 1 school is perfect.they can only improve in my opinion.i've had very few problems with Curtis Bay.ask yourself what school doesn't have it's querks.as long as they can learn from it then it's all good.i'm happy to be a parent that child attends Curtis Bay Elementary School
I have an autistic 5th grader currently enrolled in this school. When we moved here three years ago, I originally had misgivings about enrolling him here--his last school (Maree Farring, #203) had recommended institutionalizing him, and I expected the same from CBEMS. Three years after starting there, he is now reading at his grade level, and doing grade level math at 75% accuracy, his teacher Ms. Amberger writes 'a joy to teach' on his progress reports and has strenuously objected to his prior classification at his previous school as a candidate for institutionalization. Although I no longer work in the area, I have elected to deal with a 2 hour commute to work rather than relocate and remove my son from this school.