Students enrolled 780
Hours no info
School leader Ms Fran Venezia
Transportation options no info
District Wake County Schools
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11555 Green Level Church Road
Cary, NC 27519

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3 stars
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May 07, 2014
enrollment is 1000 + and capped-crowded! There are 10 kindergarten classes now. Teacher retention is not great.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2014
I have the opportunity to witness first hand what is important to school environments that are successful. I am blessed to have found Alston Ridge Elementary. The administration is the most caring to teachers and students. Even with the number of students we have, the administration knows most the students by name. Students' achievements are announced and celebrations are held quite often to involve parents. Expectations for Teachers are high, but that is what any employer should expect if they want a well run, successful business. Schools' business is educating children for the future. This dedicated staff works hard to make our children enjoy learning. High expectations is what is needed to be a success and I am proud to be an ARES Gator and part of this family.

- submitted by a teacher
May 05, 2014
The school is pretty engaged. Reports of bullying(if any) are promptly taken care of. Parents are given good feedback on progress. In general, the students who attend this school are from a higher caliber. There is however some pressure from all the Asian kids for academics. Seems like almost everyone does go out and do external coaching like Kumon etc. So they come back more advanced and you are pressured into getting your kids into one of those places so they dont fall behind.

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2014
Amazing school, staff and PTA. So many opportunities to be involved and participate in your childs education. Wonderful communication from both school, PTA and teachers. Kids are very fortunate!

- submitted by a parent
March 28, 2014
Although this school is dealing with overcrowding, it is evident that everyone from the administration on down care deeply about the students. The support staff have gone out of their way to help my kids with whatever issues come up and the their teachers are just fantastic! My only complaint is with the county in allow the schools to get so full and not expand it to additional tracks. Over all my kids have had a great experience at ARE.

- submitted by a parent
March 28, 2014
I was a teacher previously- so this is from my teaching experience. I was expecting fantastic things as we held our child back (who had a late birthday) so he could start kindergarten when we moved here. Immediately the classes were overfull- we started with a temporary teacher and it took them a good while to hire another k-teacher. The communication from the school is very poor. They never send notes home about events, snow days, change of snow days, etc. The school does not offer opportunities for parents to come in and participate. They are not allowed to celebrate any holiday or seasonal activities at all- which I think is sad considering all of the diversity in this area. (And even more sad since they are kindergarteners). My child NEVER comes home with colored work, activities where they cut and glue, etc. Very little work materials sent home that show work completed and where the teacher reviewed it. Poor control of student behavior in the classroom. The cafeteria is extremely loud. Very poor management of the students who are sliding their lunch boxes on the floor, yelling, throwing spoons, etc.

- submitted by a parent
March 17, 2014
i as a parent can tell, if you see pattern: after bad review, school quickly posts good review.I personally have dealth with this school. Definately arrogant staff. Spoke with front desk to request appointment with VP/Principal to discuss issues at class, she was extremely rude. It is NOT her job to give parenting advise telling me " It is NOT my right to even ask for change of teacher, infact It is my responsibility to teach my child to cope with issues at school". Well, let me remind her It is HER job to help a parent seeking help and just open her mouth on as much needed. I understand school has policy to speak with teacher and then to VP/Principal, then she should just close her mouth over there. I am having hard time in this school, dealing with this and current teacher. This school needs a better leadership that teaches staff to be polite + respectful and remind them parents are the one from whose tax money, they are getting paid. Very few teachers are good. Lucky if you get good teacher!. I am looking forward for transfer for next school year. Didn't work for us. That is my last resort!.

- submitted by a parent
March 06, 2014
I agree that this is a great school. I think there was definitely a learning curve with it being new, but now its a well established school with amazing teachers. There have been several occasions when they have really showed how much they care about the children.

- submitted by a parent
March 03, 2014
I just read the reviews about lack of communication and response. Our experience has been the exact opposite. We have had the opportunity to work with the guidance counselor, testing coordinator, speech therapists, and of course the teachers this year. All have been extremely responsive, caring, and open minded. We were even asked if we wanted our child to see the GC when we noted there was some trouble on the playground, unlick our last school in Morrisville where we had to beg to see one of the GCs since they were so swamped with problems. The principal runs a tight ship which seems like a good thing from what I can see so far.

- submitted by a parent
February 08, 2014
I withdrew my child from this school. I was told in Nov that he was struggling even though report cards said he was "at or above average". I couldn't speak to any admin EVER. My child started exhibiting signs of anxiety and behavioral problems. He was labeled as ADHD. Only when I withdrew him did I speak to the VP because he physically stopped fuss from retrieving his things from the classroom even though we had arranged to do this with the teacher.. There was NO communication . We were told by the teacher that he had requested a speech therapist see our child. I called the school twice to be told by the receptionist (because I couldn't talk to anyone else) that he would be evaluated as soon as possible. After 9 months he still hadn't been seen. I was informed that this was my fault. Within days of withdrawing him he started acting like the child we once knew. I did have him professionally evaluated after he left this school and settled down. I am happy to report he is NOT ADHD and is performing at the top of his class in his new school. FYI they put phones on answer during carpool. If your child isn't in the bus you can't contact the school to find out where they are.

- submitted by a parent
January 20, 2014
Worst School, Rude and Arrogant Staff, VP. We got out child enrolled in this school because we had recently moved from out of state and it was within 5 minutes to work. This is only reason we are keeping this school for now. 1. They call themselves GO GREEN school and don't print &include homework & other parent-teacher communication for kids but for school funding requests, they will print BIG FLYERS. lol Crazy!We are out there printing homework every wk from home/office and cutting trees. 2. We met VP and front desk staff. All are jerks and defensive if you raise issue, rather than fixing problem. I truly believe if Principal & VP is changed, this school will be much better place. 3. There is least focus on education & more on PTA and how to get school funding. It is assumed that child should already know and parent + child are to be blamed if child is not upto WAKE County Standards. There is no parent teacher communication via email/phone/note and you never know what is happening. My child's nose was bleeding every morning. They never sent a note to home that this is happening. GREAT! We came to know only when child told us. I will never recommend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
January 13, 2014
I absolutely agree that the principal is like a warden or drill SGT. I served in the military and I am not against strictness and structure however their needs to be a balance when you are dealing with elementary children. I believe that it has been forgotten that these kids only have a short time to be kids and they do not get those years back. I feel education is very important and I want my child challenge but there needs to be a balance. I believe Ms V is better suited in a junior high or high school. I believe that she is only concern about meeting STATS and no one better get in her way. No parent, student or Staff! Which is unfortunate because this is why she is losing quality teachers. I am a witness that Teachers, Parents and Students are stressed and moral is low. I came to this site to try to locate another school that will provide a balance for my child but after reading these reviews I felt they are correct. If we do not speak out nothing will be done to correct this issue. I suggest you choose this school if you are interested in sending your child(ren) to boot camp or prison.

- submitted by a parent
December 12, 2013
The Principal at this school should be a warden at a prison. That's about how warm and personable she is. The teachers seem nice and competent although I get the feeling they are not thrilled to be working there. We are hoping and posting for a transfer.

- submitted by a parent
December 02, 2013
I absolutely love this school. Teachers are wonderful. Administration is very good. My child loves going to school. Ms. V and Mr. K are wonderful to work with. 5 star rating!

- submitted by a parent
November 21, 2013
School Administration (Principle and VP) are the very worst I have ever seen or had to work with. They are uneducated and lack severely in People Skills. The teachers seem to be doing their best with the workload and number of students that are assigned to them.

- submitted by a parent
November 20, 2013
There are nine Kindergarten classes at Alston Ridge Elementary School. Many of the K teachers have advanced degrees and have been teaching for many years. There are many curriculum changes throughout Wake County which put extreme pressure on both students and teachers. From my experience, the K teachers care deeply about each child and want them to have a wonderful experience.

- submitted by a parent
November 19, 2013
We are thinking of transferring our kid to this school but after reading reviews about the Principal what can be done? I am sure a petition can be filed and sent to to wake county school system to have her removed. After reading the reviews now I am confused whether I should send my son there or not. Any feedback parents??

- submitted by a parent
November 11, 2013
I have a kindergartner in the school and the teacher is so young and inexperience; 90% of the K- teacher are very inexperience!!! Every single morning my kid doesn't want to go to school and it really bothers me and I have talked to teacher about it but she talks like the kids have to behave and be like 3rd grader!!!! The people in front office are so mean and unprofessional..... Rarely allow parents to do volunteers work at school and I have ask many time from the teacher to help in the class as a volunteer and she keeps saying she will let me know and it has been 4 months. I will apply for transfer and take my kid out....

- submitted by a parent
November 03, 2013
We transferred to Alston Ridge & have been blown away with the education, dedication, & the support of teachers & administration alike. If I were a parent that was used to getting my way by bullying school administration, I would not be happy at Alston Ridge because it is simply not tolerated, nor should it be. Yes, Ms. V has "high standards" for her students. I am appreciative that Ms. V. runs a school that values "standards" reinforcing life skills that include respect, leadership, & dignity. Far beyond "Core Curriculum," Ms V & her staff are teaching my children to be kind, appreciative, modest, & polite human beings at an age that is impressionable. We have never witnessed "bullying" to staff, in fact we have only seen the exact opposite. At the end of open house Ms. V & Mr. C went to every classroom scooting parents out of the rooms to ensure that their teachers were able to leave. Yes, teachers are also held to "high standards." I appreciate that my kids are getting a strong start in their foundations & have maintained the ability to keep up with the rigorous new "core." It's undeniable that Alston Ridge staff & principal truly care, love, & want only the best for our kids.

- submitted by a parent
October 31, 2013
I enjoy working at Alston Ridge. The staff is incredible! You won't find more dedicated teachers anywhere. The principal has high expectations for staff and students, but that's part of what makes instruction here top notch! Ms. Venezia supports the teachers with all of the state and county expectations, and encourages them to become leaders.

- submitted by a teacher
October 30, 2013
A note about teacher retention- Retention in ANY school is low because of all the increased demands on the teachers and administrators and the second lowest pay in the country. Check out the salaries for teachers on the wake county website. They work 60+ hours a week for little over minimum wage. Please support our educators, they make all careers possible!

- submitted by a community member
October 30, 2013
As an educator with 20+ years of service, I'd like to say that It is a pleasure working for Alston Ridge Elementary. The school is efficiently run. The staff is dedicated and immensely supportive of all their students and wonderful parents support the staff. It's a win, win situation! Ms. Venezia has high expectations from the staff as well as the students. The proof of all this effort is the outstanding test scores for this school! Bravo!

- submitted by a teacher
October 18, 2013
My daughter has been going to this school for last 3 years and I have had very pleasant experience overall. It is not easy to run a school that is growing exponentially. I strongly advice parents that have strong personal opinions, please don't try to ruin the school reputation in the pubic domain. If you see any issue with the way school is being managed, use the Wake County School system to resolve it. Collectively community owns the school and we want to see the school, children and staff succeed in bringing the positive outcome. Do not pick the public forum to demoralize the hard working school staff including principal. Most of these staff members are not compensated enough for the hard work they put in. Before we point finger at some one at school not doing their job, we need to ask over selves how we as parents doing our part!

- submitted by a parent
October 15, 2013
First of all anyone that has not worked in a school setting does not have any idea what it takes to manage a school. I have worked at an elementary school and I have seen the demands and expectations that this county has for teachers and for principals. To manage and run a school with over 900 students and over 100 employees is tremendous and it takes a strong person to do it such as Ms. Venezia. In the 20 plus years that I have been involved with the wake county school system (since I have 4 children) I have learned that having a disciplined, organized,structured and caring principal makes the school. I have only encountered two principals in all this years that I have been involved in the schools with my children. One of them is Dr. Munn who retired years ago and the second one is Ms. Venezia. I truly think she is an exceptional principal. I like that the school has such a strong leader.

- submitted by a parent
September 19, 2013
The teacher whose posted that she disagrees with the negative comments has obviously had a great personal experience with the school principal. Please ignore her review the stark reality persists and is prevalent everywhere in the school atmosphere only because of the an autocratic bully who should not be elevated to the position of a school principal. She is demoralising and mean and has created a very unprofessional atmosphere there. The teachers bear her constant threat, strict persona and are scared all the time to even speak in the school staff meetings or amongst themselves. Some parents are also aware as to what happen at this school with regards to school principal. I urge people to not send your kids to this school as it has an unhealthy and dubious atmosphere and doesn't do justice to the whole concept of public school system. Please ignore any positive comments and believe this school can only be better if the school principsl Ms V is removed and a more capable, well experienced and an able administrator who is a good leader and leads by example becomes the principal.

- submitted by a community member
September 06, 2013
I "was" thinking about moving to an area where this school would have been my children's base elem school. After reading the reviews?!?!!! Absolutely NOT!! Welcome to NC?! If the reviews for NC schools are not already BAD enough now this?!?!!! WHY?!? Why people?! If we live in the USA?! Why?! So our only option is paying for "private schools" because in this grand country our educational system is a joke?! Im embarrassed & completely disatisfied with anyone being "scared" of another person-period, much less anyone being an enabler to an already devastating poor public school educational system then add a comunity of adults who allow themselves to be "bullied." You CAN CHANGE...the power is in it's people. Furthermore, thank you all for your honesty, this is the first step to change. As a parent of 3 children i now can make "BETTER" choices because of these reviews. I applaud each & every one of you.

- submitted by a parent
September 05, 2013
I will be applying for a transfer for my child next year. It is too bad because there are many great teachers at Alston Ridge and would be a great school if only it had a different principal. The last time I was in the office I left speechless at the way she was talking to a parent. Her tone was completely demeaning and rude. I have heard similar complaints from many of my neighbors of who have interacted with her including one who left in tears. The staff seems scared of her and it is obvious that it is a tense environment there. Some people have mentioned people complain about her because of the rules. I am also an educator and I agree clear and consistent rules are an essential part of running a school. Just because you have strict rules, however, does not mean that you need to bully people and be disrespectful and rude. There are a lot of great large elementary schools in the area who have principals who do not treat parents and staff in this manner. Principals should be role models for children. What message are we sending our kids when they see the leader of their school treating people so poorly? Our kids deserve better than this.

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2013
Is the school really this awful?? We are thinking of moving to the area and I am not sure because of all the terrible reviews.

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2013
The principal, Mrs. V, is awful. Don't let her fool you, she is not a nice or friendly person, it is not uncommon to see teachers in tears from being so overwhelmed by all of her demands and put downs. She is a bully, not an effective leader. I would be concerned with how large the classes are and the boarding school like feel, definitely not the place for kids with any kind of special need. Funny thing is, everyone else in the building is incredibly friendly and seem to really love the children. The children do so well at this school because of the dedicated staff and parents, not Mrs. V. Just wish Wake County would send this lady to a desk job in central office and give Alston Ridge the opportunity to be the great school it should be!

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2013
Shame that Wake County couldn't find a better Principal. Always so angry and unhappy. What a miserable example for children99 Kudos to the A+ teachers and students. Poor program here for special needs kids. Full capacity this year will be a challenge.

- submitted by a community member
August 23, 2013
WHAT A SHAME! The same Principal remains here. as you can see from previous posts, she is a tyrannical, rude, obnoxious person. This seems to be a typical Wake County issue. Parents have no say! If you are thinking of moving to Wake County, DON'T!!! It's too large and only about numbers.

- submitted by a parent
July 23, 2013
I have read the previous reviews and agree with all of them... Sounds silly, I know... But hear me out. The Actual Physical School, Amenities, Teachers and Staff alike are AMAZING and the Principle IS strict (and it can be good for a principal to be "strict"), however with that said...My Own Definition of a Strong Principal and Leader includes if they reach out to teachers, parents and students: if they listen to and answer questions from teachers, parents and students and if they make consistent efforts to improve the overall quality and moral of the school. If the Majority of Teachers, Staff, Students, PTA Members and Parents have issues with the leadership...then ban together for change! There is Power in Numbers! I agree... Contact your Local Area Superintendent for the BIG Leadership Issues if you want to see change! Don't wait or Hesitate until it's too late... Do it Today...Right Now... On your Lunch Break :) Jacqueline Ellis, Area Superintendent for Alston Ridge Elementary School Telephone: (919) 431-7763; Fax: 431-7759

- submitted by a parent
July 23, 2013
The Only reason I am giving an "overall" rating of this school a 2, is because I cannot do 2.5 Stars. Teacher Quality and PTA-Parent involvement is 5 stars hands down! However on the flip side... the Leadership and Teacher Retention due to the POOR Leadership skills of the Principal is something that should not be overlooked. Yes.. it is a "School of Excellence" and it is due to the amazing teachers, NOT the Principal! The teachers and staff should be rewarded with NEW Leadership (a.k.a. the Principal)for the 2013-2014 school year! All the Teachers and Staff MINUS the current Principal (MS.V) have an innate love of teaching that they are putting up with relentless Bullying,Down talking and Fear of loosing their jobs everyday from the current principal, (Ms.V). Let's Pull together and give our Teachers/Staff our FULL support by calling everyday the Superintendent until a change is made! Western Wake County - Jacqueline Ellis, Area Superintendent Telephone: (919) 431-7763; Fax: 431-7759

- submitted by a parent
July 23, 2013
Below were submitted from Parents...95% of the reviews are similar! I am risking being fired by writing this review but something NEEDS to be done! We are "managed" by intimidation & fear. Call Jacqueline Ellis (919)431-7763 03/12/13 "Our only problem is the principal & her military style leadership.She does not allow any fun or celebrations of any type. She has said that "school is not a place for fun" This is the time that Kids should enjoy learning and develop a love for it. I have heard that the teachers at this school feel bullied..." 03/11/13-"'The big problem with this school is the principal. I have dealt with her personally and heard many stories about how she bullies the teachers and parents.One teacher literally walked out the door because the principal pushed her too far.That is a terrible thing for the children in her class who now have a long term substitute but there are many teachers in that building who wish they could do the same because they are treated so badly!" 02/15/13- "It is well known around the parent community that she is aggressive and bullies the teachers and staff. The teacher turnover rate is sky high-this is a direct result of her leadership."

- submitted by a teacher
April 23, 2013
I can only say good things about Alston Ridge. I have two children here, a third one about to start. We've been here since the school opened. We've only had good experiences with the principal. I've seen her in numerous interactions with children, I did not find her rude at all. She may be strict, but a principal has to be strict. My children have been happy here and they are performing very well, every single teacher has been great. Human nature, that complainers are louder than the happy ones, so new people please don't get discouraged. :)

- submitted by a parent
March 16, 2013
On my first visit to the school to visit my child, I was amazed by the friendly staff and teachers. As the year progressed and I observed and overheard the principal and how she talked to kids and staff, I started to wonder if I made a good choice for my child. The teacher is great with my child, but I have come to learn that the principal is rude and obnoxious. Hopefully this will be looked into and things will change for the better. Until then, I am on pins and needles as to change schools next year or not.

- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2013
Sadly, the latest rewiews on the principal are true. I used to teach at this school. It has tremendous potential but the principal is unjust, tyrannical, and harsh (and I was on her "good side"). It is not a good place to work and the stress eventually trickles down to the children. :(

- submitted by a teacher
March 14, 2013
As a parent, I'm concerned with the amount of teacher turnover at Alston Ridge. There are children at Alston Ridge who have multiple teachers this year. I have several family members who have been teaching for years and they were shocked to hear how many teachers have resigned this school year. Although I have had very positive experiences with teachers at ARE, it's obvious that something needs to change in order to encourage teacher retention. It's sad to see such hardworking, caring teachers find positions elsewhere.

- submitted by a parent
March 12, 2013
We love the staff and teachers at Alston Ridge. The PTA dedicates so much of their time to make our school a beautiful place. Our only problem is the principal and her military style leadership. She does not allow any fun or celebrations of any type. She has said that "school is not a place for fun". This saddens me deeply for the children of ARE because this is the time that they should enjoy learning and develop a love for it. I have heard that the teachers at this school feel bullied and do not feel free to teach how they would like. I have heard the words rigid and micro-manager used to describe to principal. The assistant principal is new this year and he seems to bring some positivity to the atmosphere, but many teachers have felt the need to quit mid-year because of the principal. The turnover rate is unexplicable. This is so sad because this school has so much potential! For us, the amazing teachers that our children have had make up for what is lacking in leadership. In a nutshell- great community,great building with technology, great teachers and staff, poor leadership!

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2013
I agree with other reviews. There are a lot of great things about this school- great teachers and support staff, new facilities, lots of technology, lots of parent involvement and a solid PTA. The big problem with this school is the principal. I have dealt with her personally and heard many stories about how she bullies the teachers and parents. One teacher literally walked out the door because the principal pushed her too far. That is a terrible thing for the children in her class who now have a long term substitute but there are many teachers in that building who wish they could do the same because they are treated so badly! Many teachers leave at the end of each year and it is impossible to build a great school when half the staff is new each year. It is a shame that a school with so much possibility is being held back by one person. I'm hoping that we can get a new principal soon and this school can become what it could be!

- submitted by a parent
March 05, 2013
Alston Ridge has a wonderful, supportive PTA. The PTA president is excellent and has an open door policy. All the board members are amazing and go out of their way to help all teachers. They are truly advocates for the students, parents and teachers. They plan wonderful events and continue to work hard to bring new and exciting activities to our school. We recently had our first Science Fair and earlier in the year we had our first Spelling Bee. I m proud to partner with this PTA!

- submitted by a teacher
February 15, 2013
My children have attended this school for the past few years and overall I've been pleased with the education they have received. The teachers are caring and professional. I believe they have the children's best interests at heart. However, I'm not pleased with the principal and her leadership. It is well known around the parent community that she is agressive and bullies the teachers and staff. The teacher turnover rate is sky high and our community feels as though this is a direct result of her leadership.

- submitted by a parent
February 15, 2013
I don't recommend this school. The principal doors are close to parents, if you have a problem with the way your child is being taught. She is extremely rude. Please ask questions before sending your child here. I pulled my child out and now home school her. I had the worst experience ever with this school.

- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2013
My Kid is Attending this School for the past two years. Wonderful group of teachers. We are very much satisfied with the school.

- submitted by a parent
January 29, 2013
My daughter is very happy at Alston Ridge. Her first grade teacher is as wonderful as her kindergarten teacher - Ms. Bram. I am not hesitating to register her brother at the same school this year.

- submitted by a parent
August 04, 2012
My kids just started in Alston Ridge Elm. I can not be more proud and happy about this school. It is the Honor School of Excellence and it shows.

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2012
My son has attended AR for 2 years. He receives extra help and the special education teacher is wonderful and caring. The school did a complete evaluation of my son and everyone was involved and on the same page. It is a smaller school, clean and new. Office staff is friendly and knows me by name. School psychologist is wonderful too. Principal cares and helps with carpool. Super satisfied and highly recommend.

- submitted by a parent
July 11, 2012
My daughter has really enjoyed her first year at Alston Ridge. The curriculum is challanging. The teachers really care about the students. It's not overcrowded. I have found the office staff and administration to be very supportive and helpful. I'm not sure what the previous poster was referring to, but we couldn't be happier. My middle child will be starting kindergraden this next school year and she has special needs. The prinicipal made time out of her day to come to her IEP meeting at the wake county school board across town. She may not be warm and fuzzy (she is very business-like), but she cares about the school and the children and wants them to be the best they can be. Go Alligators!!!

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2012
My child has had a wonderful kindergarten year at Alston Ridge. Her teacher, Mrs. Crow, has been phenomenal. I would highly recommend the school as it provides a nurturing and caring environment for the children!

- submitted by a parent
June 10, 2012
This school needs a total overhaul of administration already and it's only been open two years. Ask the staff and most would agree it's not a positive environment. I feel bad for the teachers in that you can tell their stress overflows into the classroom. This school is run more like a military school than an elementary school. STAY AWAY!

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2011
Great school. Very happy with the 1st grade program. Beautiful green built school, lots of natural light.

- submitted by a parent
June 29, 2011
Wonderful group of teachers, specialists and staff! We have had a magnificent year at Alston Ridge.

- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2011
great group of teachers always working to make the best for the students and parents, have help all the way with everything

- submitted by a parent
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Alston Ridge Elementary School
11555 Green Level Church Road, Cary, NC  27519
(919) 544-2474
Last modified Alston Ridge Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades K-5. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 10 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Alston Ridge Elementary School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 53 reviews.