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Jersey City, NJ
Students enrolled: 492

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2495 Kennedy Boulevard
Jersey City, NJ 07304

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(201) 332-0900
(201) 332-4981
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July 27, 2014
LCCS is great school. New Principal on board so far so good. You have to pay attention to little details of the curriculum and attend parent teacher meeting to be productive. Overall you still have to play a significant role in your childs academic life.

- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2014
I doubt that the post of April 27 was written by a teacher. They are miserable for the very reasons stated in the post of May 30, plus more. The interactions I have heard are alarming. Most are job hunting.

- submitted by a parent
May 30, 2014
My son attends LCCS thankfully for the last year, the new principal Colin Hogan has no respect for parents opinions. Personally, I questioned a decision he made and he completely ignore our perspective and point of view he's not open for dialogue, kids and parents are concerned and uncomfortable with his methods. We had a great run on the school up to this year. Teachers are great and good environment for the kids (until Hogan showed up).

- submitted by a parent
April 06, 2014
I love LCCS. The unique feature of this school is that they concentrate on every kid in the class. They work on individual kids' weakness & also encourage their strengths.

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2014
My three children have attended this school since 2007 and have loved it. I have found no instances of the teachers being fearful of the new principal. Quite the opposite actually. They claim he is highly supportive of them and often help them make adjustments to new curriculum. My children adore him and they thrive. They are all at various levels and are completely different learners from each other. The school offers a lot of extra excitement in the form of creativity such as Create Night or the Moon Study. Parents are really involved in the fun and kept abreast of what is going on.

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2014
Previously in Primary Prep, both of my girls are thriving in the small community at LCCS and enjoy learning for once. The topic focused curriculum is engaging and the parent community is very unique for an urban setting. The diversity of students from all backgrounds and a caring community where the older students mentor the younger grades is very important to us. We are very happy with LCCS and count ourselves very lucky to be winners in the lottery.

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2014
I have two kids enrolled. We used to have all three kids there but ended up transferring our eldest out this year because of the downturn of the school in 2012. The principal and staff were not aligned and her leadership was not great. I am in the education professionally and saw the rigor and discipline decline under her leadership-hence my decision to take the eldest out. With the confirmation of the new principal Colin, my faith has been renewed in this school's potential. He is involved, he has high expectations, he knows what rigor and high standards look like in practice. This school is going thru change so I am sure there will be folks who will want to go back to the old status quo of being average. That's NOT acceptable any more and it takes hard work, sacrifice and yes discipline! Coupled with social and emotional supports to make the learning environment fun and engaging. You can create that culture. This school is solid and free! Colin has a lot of clean up work to do to bring the best of the old culture and blend with new stuff. Change takes time but I've heard good things about the changes he has made and I have seen positive effects first hand with my own kids!

- submitted by a parent
January 30, 2014
I have to agree with recent posting by the teacher below. The new principal is absolutely NOT aligned with the principles of which the founders (Libby McDonald and Alma Rodriguez and others) had in mind. The comment about breaking down the child to build him up is absolutely true. Even for minor infractions. He is a control freak and it's not that happy place it once was. It is also discouraging that the principal was hired to stay on without input from the families at the school. This is not the way a "learning community" is run.

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2014
This school was a great school years ago and has gotten worse over the past 3 years. This year, the school principal resigned and the new principal seems to be overly opinionated and is trying to re-write the principals of the school.. The teachers cannot act without his approval. The children are fearful of him... This is not how you run a school. You do not knock down a child to build him back up. Communication with faculty and staff is great, however, this is because of the controlling nature of the principal once again. If you want a disciplined school, then this is the school for you. Just remember starting tomorrow, this school is a NO BOOK BAG school because BOOK BAGS are "Fire Hazards" so children are not aloud to use a book bag in between classes... Really?? Pens, Pencils and Scissors are more of a hazard so when are these items going to be banned from the school as well? Also, the school has a policy to pay a large sum of $$$ for class trips "up front" even though the majority of the kids are below the poverty line since it is in a low income neighborhood.. This is another policy set by the principal instead of a pay as you go approach as was done in the years past...

- submitted by a teacher
December 15, 2013
My son goes to LCCS since last year. He loves it and I am not thinking of moving out of jersey city because of public school system any more. Teachers are hard working and unlike jersey city public schools kids do not have behavioral problem.

- submitted by a parent
October 26, 2013
Learning Community is a school that differs from others in the surrounding area. The curriculum that is taught not only meets and exceeds the state standards, but engages the children through a variety of interactive activities that help concepts and ideas resonate in the child's mind for years to come.

- submitted by a teacher
July 11, 2013
The school has a great community of parents and teachers. I definitely agree that if you want your child challenged (if they are advanced) you will have to supplement. The comment about No Homework is ridiculous - not sure what teachers this child had. I like they also have art & music programs. I hear mixed things about public schools, private schools and charter schools in JC. Do your research and visit all schools.

- submitted by a parent
June 21, 2013
My child has been at this school since kindergarten and I can say that the quality has diminished every year. I feel that my child is not learning nearly enough and if it doesn't change, I will have to pull him out of the school. Whatever my child has learned within the last 2 years has been due to the extra work that we give him at home. It is such a disappointment.

- submitted by a parent
June 15, 2013
I transferred my son from private school to LCCS two years ago and he is absolutey loving it. He has developed strong love of learning. responsibility and ethics. thums up!

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2012
The school s history, mission, and curriculum foster love of learning with innovative techniques. I feel that the core curriculum holistically focuses on intellectual, social, leadership development.

- submitted by a parent
January 17, 2012
I transferred my daughter from PS 17 to LCCS. She began LCCS in 2nd grade and she is now in 7th. I absolutely LOVE this school. No, my daughter does not come home with a back breaking backpack full of homework that will keep her up until late and frankly I'm fine with that. I know of two other children in my building that have to stay up late each night, their parents complain all the time. My daughter is doing excellent because she has teachers (and a mother) that cares. I am able to email her teachers and they respond within 24 hours 98% of the time. You can't do that with regular public schools. My daughter is having the experience of her life at LCCS. I love their curriculum and so does she. She's excited about learning especially this school year. She's met children from the Amazon and a Holocaust survivor...what Jersey City public school does that??? NONE! LCCS challenges my daughter's mind, causes her to think critically and creates a desire to learn...you can't get any better than that! No, LCCS isn't perfect, nothing and no one is. They do so much with being under funded it makes me think they are all miracle workers!

- submitted by a parent
November 13, 2011
I transfer my kids from public school to LCCS . I am happy with the school, staff and teachers. But now I really feel that kids in the public schools are learning more things. Kids from public school are getting more home work and they have test after finishing every topic. I am not sure why this is not happening in the lccs?

- submitted by a parent
June 17, 2011
Great Teachers and staff doing an amazing job in spite of being under funded. My daughter is very stimulated and wants to learn.

- submitted by a parent
June 10, 2011
Amazing teachers who challenge my child to think, caring administration who have our best interest at heart despite the underwhelming funding we receive from the stat, and a community that supports each other. beyond satisfied.

- submitted by a parent
March 10, 2011
i am a 5th grader at lccs and have attended this school since kindergarten. in the years that i've constantly woken up and spent 7 hours at this school i have found an amazing experience. My teachers have been extremely encouraging and helpful throughout the years and i don't know where i'd be without them. The school has a strong principal and though at times it can be overwhelming good way of dealing with students who have misbehaved. through my years i have always been challenged and encouraged. If i looked into a crystal ball iim sure i'd see many future years of good experiences

- submitted by a community member
February 16, 2011
Despite being severely underfunded, LCCS is a first-rate school. Principal Janet Ciarrocca, all the teachers, and the administrative staff do such a tremendous job of fostering a healthy and stimulating learning enviornment for our child. Additionally, parental invovlement is high and so appreciated. We look forward to school everyday. My daughter is developing a healthy and strong work ethic and a love for learning.

- submitted by a parent
September 30, 2010
The improvements that the school needs is based on tthe lack of funding they get from Trenton. This school helps raise the whole child,

- submitted by a community member
June 10, 2010
Any academic excellence of this school is eclipsed by its terrible bullying problem which is largely ignored by the entire adminstration from the principal down to the teachers. The zero tolerance for bullying enjoyed in every JC school WILL BE IGNORED at this school

- submitted by a community member
May 24, 2010
I am very pleased LCCS.This is our first year here. My grandaughter is in Kindergarten, she has done very well here. She enjoys school, and is reading! The units of study were interesting and creative, which stressed daily reading, math, social studies and science. The field trips tied into the study units, and parent involvement in the school is excellent. Being in the new building has had some glitches, however, they are being worked out. The teachers and office staff are friendly and helpful.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 08, 2010
My daughter is in 1st grade going to 2nd, we were very lucky to have 2 wonderful young n beautiful, strict n energetic teacher (both Ms S).. was worried at 1st because they were new but the kids just love them it does made a huge diff for my daughter looking forward to go to school every morning...... cant comment on older kids education but it's does give a good education for younger age. I believed nothing is prefect there always pro n con but if she happy there it made me happy too... Oh best of it they have a woderful group of students not only the kids become BFF but the parent become BFF too...

- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2010
It was very tricky for us in rating this school. For a free public school in Jersey City, we feel that it performs above average. The school is a real god send to those who have little options due to finances. However, if you value education highly and could afford better, we would recommend a good private school. The standards are lower at LCCS because NJ state has low standards in general. There were a lot of children with behavior problems that took away from the class, the fundraisers are endless and time consuming. Worse yet, the older grades lacked substance and were not very challenging for our kids. The afterschools program, however impressively numerous, were very simple and rote.

- submitted by a parent
April 22, 2010
Not awesome for us, unfortunately. Agree that for Jersey City, the school is at least average. However, the older grades are not challenging enough and because it's a public school, you have to take what they give you. We are hoping for a job transfer to a State that has better educational options. All the fundraising at LCCS is all consuming and we simply don't have the time for it.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 19, 2010
AWESOME 2 of my children attend for the last three years have a great program, teachers and staff

- submitted by a parent
April 03, 2010
For a Jersey City public school, LCCS is better than most. However, we found the discipline very lax at the school and found the academics too easy for our children. The endless fundraising was too much for us as as well. It is bad enough that we both have to work and that we let ourselves get overwhelmed with social obligations. All our kids really want is time alone with us parents and we can barely give them the energy. We found a private school that affords us some relief and we cut back on outside socializing to focus on our kids. We are all happier and our family is closer than ever.

- submitted by a parent
March 13, 2010
We agree with the parents whose reviews indicate LCCS does not meet the standards of a good quality educational institution. We found the academic curriculum to be substandard. I must admit LCCS's marketing campaign would initially impress most parents; however, once your children are enrolled, any educated parent would clearly see LCCS does not offer a challenging academic program. In addition, we also based our decision on the NJ School Report Card scores, which reflect a different story. The LCCS staff teaches so the children can continue to score high on NJ's Terra Nova/NJASK test that is based on NCLB. We would not recommend LCCS to the parents who would want their children in an aggressive, challenging academic environment. We chose to withdraw our children and return them to a private school that offered a challenging, progressive program. Besides, we became tired of the LCCS perpetual fundraisers.

- submitted by a parent
March 08, 2010
We are extremely disappointed in LCCS and the educational options in Jersey City. After winning a spot in the coveted LCCS lottery, we pulled our children out of a private school that was average in academics and overrated for the money. We have found that LCCS too is overrated as the academics are quite average and don't live up to all the hype. It does rate high for New Jersey State standards but that doesn't say too much. And in being free, parents have very little say. We made a big mistake by switching schools and our children are paying the price. We can't get back in the private school because it is full. We are stuck for now and will supplement with tutors until we get our kids into a well rounded and academically challenging school.

- submitted by a parent
February 05, 2010
After five years at LCCS, we can honestly report that it is an average school.Not the worst, but certainly no where near the best.The k-3 is quite good while the older grades fizzle out.Not a school for the long term if you can afford better. It is a free school so I will refrain from excessive complaints.Most people would not choose to send their children to a public school in Jersey City unless they were concerned about money issues: either lack of it or desire to hold onto to it in spite of compromising education.For the most part, Charter schools were created to provide education for those who can't afford better.We are one of those families even though we have only one child. My child is safe and learning.However, we doubt that she is being stretched or prepared to reach her full academic potential.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 04, 2010
My child is doing very well in the school. I have found the teachers and staff very professional and dedicated. Our family is very happy with LCCS!

- submitted by a parent
January 25, 2010
We found the education at LCCS to be mediocre and this is disappointing considering all the promises. We have one child in the 5th grade and one that graduated the school. Our graduate found the course work at LCCS remedial and wasn't challenged enough. She was accepted into an average high school and so were most of her peers. Unfortunately, our 5th grader is struggling and we had to get private tutoring to make up for what LCCS doesn't provide. This does cost less than what a private school would so we won't complain too much. The raw truth is that LCCS is a god send to those of us struggling financially. If we could afford anything else, we would leave LCCS . We feel it's true that you get what you pay for and sadly, we have had to sacrifice our children's education because we can't afford better.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 22, 2010
Our experience has been nothing but excellent, with the 'cherry on top' being over half of the 8th grade (my daughter included) accepted into McNair Academic HS. As far as the afterschool program is concerned, my younger son enjoys ping pong, fencing, aviation/model building, chinese language, and lacrosse - an amazing spectrum of strong activities. It is a loving, caring and educationally challenging environment.

- submitted by a parent
January 21, 2010
Both of my children went to LCCS. My older son was well prepared for the rigorous high school curriculum at McNair Academic high school. My younger son is one of 18 students who were accepted at McNair -- and I have no doubt he'll do well there as well. I too bemoan the loss of our dear principal of eight years, but fortunately she developed a structure and talented staff for the new adminstrative team to take over -- and run with. My family considers itself fortunate to have educated our children at LCCS.

- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
November 30, 2009
About LCCS: We are disappointed, especially that the afterschool classes are weak in quality and that our wonderful principal quit. The expansion to 3 classrooms has hurt the school not because of adjustment issues. Rather because the school has become too big and has to be managed like a machine. It is no longer a small and intimate school and that is truly a loss. As a working Mom, I have a hard enough time giving my kids time and energy. The school takes too much time and energy in fundraising. Unlike private schools, LCCS doesn't have enough money and is truly dependent on parents. This is a shame because I'd rather be spending my resources (time and money) on my kids and not always on working with other parents and fundraising. Sadly, I can't afford to pay for school so I should be glad that at least LCCS is free.

- submitted by a parent
November 23, 2009
Hello parents. Thank you for reading my words. My children goes to the LCCS and we are happy to go because it no cost money to us. We no have lots of money. The school last my children go to was not nice with gangs and drugs. LCCS is nice because it no cost money and is safe. We not worry to get shot at anymore. We parent no worry that our children get shot at or get robbed at. Thank you very much. LCCS is good school if you no have money. Thank you.

- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2009
The LCCS school has become weaker as a result of the expansion to three classes. We are very disappointed but have no where else we can send our kids because we can't afford private. Charter schools are proving to be a big disappointment, especially for kids older than third grade. Our cousin went to the new charter school called The Ethical Community Charter and she had to remove her daughter because of the weak academics and goofy philosophy. The LCCS after school program lacks substance and engages children lightly. We really shouldn't complain too much though because it is free and it's ultimately better than the public school we belong to. We can only hope that our financial condition improves so that we can find better for our children.

- submitted by a parent
October 23, 2009
First of all, thank you to Great Schools for providing such a great resource for parents. We were with LCCS for three years and to be honest, we were never that impressed. The one thing that really impressed us was the close knit community of LCCS parents. Never have we made so many friends. After our daughter's third year of non challenging work, we pulled her out. We realized that the amount of friends we had at a school was not as important as how much our child was learning. We did appreciate that LCCS is free and better than Public Schools. Once we learned that LCCS's long time and wonderful principal was leaving, we knew the school couldn't get better. We believe that in spite of average academics, Susan held the school together like no other could have.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 20, 2009
I love LCCS because we have a great parent teacher relationship.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
September 12, 2009
We too have a child that graduated from The Learning Community Charter School. Most unfortunately, he was not prepared for High School and the other students in his class were far advanced and surpassed him. I agree that LCCS is academically average and I am bothered that my daughter has to finish school at LCCS as I want so much better for her. Unfortunately, I can't afford anything else and try to remind myself that LCCS is better than the failing public school we belonged to before. LCCS is spitting out quite average children and considering that it's free, what else can be expected? How I wish I could afford more but I can't and for now I will try to be grateful.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 11, 2009
My child graduated from 8th grad last year and the transition to High School has just been awful. According to the high school none of the proper procedures where done to facilitate a smooth transfer. I found the school just academically average. For a free grammar school education it was adequate although in Math both my children struggled due to a lackluster teacher in the middle school.

- submitted by a parent
August 07, 2009
For the first 3 years, our extremely bright child was doing well at LCCS. Unfortunately, in her 3rd year at LCCS, she began to slip from the lack of being challenged and we took her out. At her new school, she was quite behind her advanced peers and has had to work much to catch up. LCCS seemed to really strain to challenge the older kids and this was clear when we learned what kids from other schools were being taught! With the school expanding, we are glad we removed her. The 'high' State test scores are somewhat misleading as NJ does not have the highest standards. This school is the best option for those who might be struggling financially as it is free. If possible, one might consider a tutor to supplement. The Principal does a good job considering the lack of money and high demands created by expanding classrooms.

- submitted by a parent
no rating July 20, 2009
I'm a parent of a 6 year old boy who is now going into first grade. I also am a full time student in Nursing School. I am very impressed with my child's progress. It is early, but he is a 6 year old reading chapter books by himself! He is reading at a level now that I did not reach until 3rd grade. He also has learned some multiplication as well as addtion and subtraction. He has learned about the jobs people do in the downtown area on the many mini-field trips that the Ms. Strumpfler has taken the children on. My son has a very diverse class and has been able to make friends from all backgrounds. He has had many opportunities that I did not have at his age and it shows in how bright he is. I am very pleased with the results thus far.

- submitted by a parent
July 09, 2009
I worked at the school for years and was very frustrated at how easy the curriculum was for most of the children. As a teacher, my hands were tied and in order to keep my job, I complied as long as I could. Considering that the State of New Jersey has some of the lowest standards in the United States, the higher test scores reported at LCCS reflect quite average learning. Compared to most Jersey City public schools, The Learning Community Charter School is successful and certainly shines. The greatest part about the school is that in being free, it provides those who can't afford much a good option. The saddest part of living in Jersey City is the substandard educational system.

- submitted by a teacher
June 26, 2009
Our children have attended this school for over 3 years and we find it quite average: not the worst, not the greatest. The academics are fine but by no means to be considered excellent. We find most schools in NJ (private and public) are doing a fine job preparing kids for high school/college so the fact that LCCS does this is not impressive. The school is not that racially diverse and seems to cater to a type of child and family. We will stay with the school because it is free and we can't afford anything else. For that we are greatful. We feel the school is quite typical and is producing typical, cookie cutter type of children. As parents, we have to work 10 times harder to ensure that our kids reach higher. Overall, we are having an average experience which isn't bad considering it is free!

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2009
Hello. We had to take our children out of LCCS as it was not academically challenging enough for our children. The school is good for k-3rd grade and keeps the kids engaged with the painting and singing. However, after 3rd grade, the academics become lacking. In our disappointment, we realized that all the rave about the school is half justified. Yes, the school is both free and excells compared to most Jersey City Public Schools. No, the school is not the best choice for those who understand that you really get what you pay for and there is nothing free about settling on a lesser education for your older kids. The school is now expanding to 3 classes per grade and we are glad to have found a more focused learning environment for our 3rd and 4th grade kids at a new school.

- submitted by a parent
June 19, 2009
I have a child in Kindergarten and I thank my lucky stars everyday that I drop her off. She loves school and learning.I believe its because of the wonderful hands on curriculum. I am really amazed at the sophistcated stuff the kids are learning and how much fun they have doing it. Also there is lots of music and art which is important to my wife and I.

- submitted by a parent
June 18, 2009
We were thrilled when we won the lottery to attend LCCS. Unfortunately, we did not have the best experience with the Learning Community School and will be removing our children. While it is true that the students of the school tested above State averages, it wasn't too much above and this is certainly not much to brag about. This was evident in the poor curriculum and easy lessons. The parents at the school seem so thrilled to attend free school that they seem to overlook all the shortcomings, especially in academics. In short, you get what you pay for. A Free school in Jersey City that is outstanding is a myth. LCCS is quite average.

- submitted by a parent
April 10, 2009
I am a former student of LCCS and am now in high school. I must say, LCCS has certainly put me ahead of my classes. In my history class at my current school, most of the things we are covering are things that I learned in eighth grade! Math is also easier for me. LCCS influenced my choice of school directly, I was so use to having small classes that my parents had to put me into a private school in fear that I wouldn't be too social. That's probably the only bad thing I have to say. LCCS has prepared me very well so much to the fact that I'm in Honors classes, have been invited to many medical forums nationwide, invited to scholar societies, and have even gotten A LOT of letters from colleges and universities all around the world! Thanks to LCCS too, it wasn't possible without them!

- submitted by a student
no rating March 12, 2009
My son is in k: great school (academic level is quite good with real learning in math, reading...). Afterschool programm is rich but in practice the quality of some coures is very poor. Security is quite poor and the building and neighborhood are horrible but looks like they are moving further from the waterfront to a more convenient building.

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September 18, 2008
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January 28, 2008
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January 02, 2008
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- submitted by a student
January 26, 2007
In the ten years since LCCS opened, it has met each challenge that arose with success and has progressed quite rapidly to achieve the academic standards it strives to meet. The art and music programs have grown nicely, although we would like to see a school choir and band added. The building facilities limit the sports options, though these programs have improved over the years. The students, their families, the school staff and faculty make up a vibrant, diverse and active community. The environment is caring and committed. We are very fortunate and happy to be part of the LCCS family.

- submitted by a parent
June 21, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
February 28, 2006
L.C.C.S. has a great academic program for grades k - 8. They have children in Spanish calss from Kindergaten. The school covers a braod range of topics as well as community based learning. They have several extracurricular activities available including music aand movement, art, yoga, a school basketball team. L.C.C.S. also has many school clubs for interests such as gardening, chess, sewing, etc. There is a strong level of parent involvement in every aspect of the school.

- submitted by a parent
January 13, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
February 09, 2005
My son has been attending the school since the 5th grade. I love the school and the academics speak for themselves. On the NJASK the students outperformed the NJ state average!! It is one of the few schools where the students are learining to read, write and do math. It's not how much homework that you get, it's about the quality of the homework and the test scores speak for themselves. Great parent involvemnet at this school and we all pull together for our children. You have to be a parent that's involved.

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2004
My son has been attending LCCS since grade 2 and really enjoys it. My only problem with the school is that I find they don't assign enough homework and the homework the kids do get appears to be really easy. I question if they are challenging the students. Overall, I like the school and the teachers, they care and it shows.

- submitted by a parent
April 21, 2004
I Think this is a great school. It has a warm,friendly & caring staff. The students here feel at home. I have my children since kindergarten (now in sixth & second). I feel very comfortable leaving my kids in a safe environment. The class size is small (max 18) and easy for teachers to concentrate on every child. I am not sure academically where it stands, but I can see it developing (Everything needs time to prove). Parents involvement is terrific. I conclude to say that one day it will be one of the Best. Good Luck LCCS.

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Learning Community Charter School
2495 Kennedy Boulevard, Jersey City, NJ  07304
(201) 332-0900
Last modified Learning Community Charter School is a Charter school. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Learning Community Charter School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 64 reviews. Top