My son was transferred to this school at the beginning of the school year this was the best thing that could happen for us. His teacher is great and I visit the school all the time to take my sons things. Each time I visit I'm greeted kindly by the security guard, police officers, and the office staff as well. You can tell the staff really enjoys there job. My son is doing very well in this school and he is continuing to strive for greatness.
- submitted by a parent
November 18, 2007
I recently had the opportunity to visit this wonderful school and I was moved by the amount of support among teachers and administration. Next time ask what you can do to help.
- submitted by a community member
August 29, 2005
Currently, I am a literacy coach at WB Cruise School No. 11, and I feel that over the past few years the teachers at No. 11 have made great strides and improvement in the areas of Literacy. Teachers are creating well orgainzed, differentated and creative lessons to meet the needs of each and every student in their classes. I feel it is a privilege to be a part of the faculty at No. 11 school, and I look forward to beginning my 10th school year in September.
- submitted by a teacher
February 17, 2005
I feel that this school has a very bad reputation because of the area in which it's located. The quality of academic programs is improving, but not offered to all grade level, for instance 1st grade students. I haven't seen any music classes offered to the students this year or in past years. When I say music classes I mean instruments and involvement with the school band. There are no extracurricular activities offered to the student either. If the school offered more music, art, or sports for the kids I believe that their enthusiasm for school would improve greatly.