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Draper, UT
Students enrolled: 570
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12892 South Pony Express Rd
Draper, UT 84020

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(801) 553-8500
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November 14, 2014
Our local neighborhood middle school teachers told us that our daughter was asking for too much individual attention to understand the course material and wasn't cut out for advanced classes. We could see our daughter's confidence level in herself and her love of school diminish with each passing day. We found APA and decided to make a change. We cannot believe the positive change that has happened with our daughter. She is excited about school, loves her teachers, doesn't complain about the homework (yes, hours of homework each night is part of the deal), and is having a great social experience. I wish we would have found APA sooner.

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2014
Um parent educate yourself on the SARS testing. They are new tests for common core. Also look at the tests saying public schools are better. Our children go to Apa for a reason, we as parents want to be involved in our kids education. If you dislike APA so much by all means please leave and put your kids in public! Maybe you should learn about these new tests that came out yesterday. Why don't you read the other data regarding APA test scores. Ummmm k thanks. Proud APA parent!

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2014
APA is a public School! I absolutely agree with you saying "parent want to be involved". Questioning the test score is great way of be involved. by the way, tell parents of those whom "dislike APA" to leave is not a solution to improve APA's performance! please provide other prestigious sources as you mentioned in your post if State Office of Education is not take into account. where parents can go to learn the outcome of APA's education? I would like to be educated by the parent who seems know a lot about APA. thanks.

- submitted by a parent
July 24, 2014
One of my favorite things about this school is that it places emphasis on being a person of good character. Traits such as honesty, dependability, helping others in need, and empathy are discussed and encouraged everday. They also provide reading, spelling, and math groups according to your child's level, either above or below grade level. They teach science, history, music, language arts nearly daily and I was impressed by the quality that these subjects were taught on. My first grader came home telling me about electrons and the Revolutionary War. They expect success and honesty without a military feel. They have high expectations for the children and they are often met with fun cheers and competitions. They require and love Parent involvement. Parents are encouraged to come and observe classroom teaching at anytime and they require 20 hours of parent volunteering throughout the year. Much of what makes the school a fun place to be is the Parent Organizations and volunteering. I would recommend this school to anyone wanting a school that demands your child to become their best self.

- submitted by a parent
June 10, 2014
APA is a stellar school. My 5th grader has been at a different school every year due to moves and placements in gifted programs, and APA is hands-down the best school he has ever attended. I love the break out groups that cater to each child's needs and abilities. It requires a lot of parental involvement and is academically very rigorous, so it may not be for everyone, but if you want your child to get a real education (which is shockingly hard to find in my experience!), APA is the place for you. We love it!

- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2014
APA is the worst school I have ever been to in my life. Having been a student I know how little the teachers care for the students, giving us less than 10 min of lunch on some days, giving kids so much homework that they will be doing homework until after 9 pm, and punishing us with making us go to school on a Saturday if you don't do well enough. APA will teach you the same stuff that all the other schools teach you, while yelling and lecturing you at the same time. The teachers don't care, the homework is insane, and the work they expect you to do in order to get a C average is over the top tyrannical. If you miss so much as one day they will make you do all the homework you missed and the homework that you get normally with the time limit of one day. Do not send your kids here, If you do they will never be happy until school is out. And when summer finally gets here they will give you TWO summer packets with enough problems in them to make you spend three hours a day trying to get it done. The school wont give your children very much homework until seventh grade, after that they will make your child look like a pack horse until you gradate. Do not send your children here.

- submitted by a community member
January 01, 2014
As a former student at this school, I am shocked at how well this school is viewed by parents. I went to this school for 6 years. I did well, I got smarter. The disciplinary actions taken by teachers were entirely unrealistic, but I dealt with that. This year, I transfered to a different school, and I realized how terrible APA really is. Most teachers are unqualified. Disciplinary actions range from losing lunchtime to being sent home. Many teachers there, especially elementary teachers, believe in a "5 minute lunchtime". They teach through lunchtime and then tell the kids, "Well, it's your fault you only have 5 minutes to eat". Teachers are derogatory and cruel. My cousin, who is visually impaired, had a 3rd grade teacher who swore at him and called him names to get his attention. That teacher is now a dictator, I mean director, at this school. This school teaches kids information by forcing it down their throats. I now do competitive math and seek to complete in an international competition in the next 2 years. Had I stayed at this school, I would have never had the time or motivation to learn as much as I need to on my own to do this. This school is really terrible

- submitted by a community member
January 01, 2014
I am happy we were able to prepare our student so well that he/she is able to participate in math contests! Our teachers are qualified and are required to meet the same requirements as teachers at all other public schools in Utah. We have no record of any teacher swearing at a disabled child and we invite anyone with information on that issue to bring it to our attention as we will address it immediately, just as we work to address any issue that arises.

- submitted by a teacher
November 21, 2013
I could not feel more blessed to have found APA and have my child attend! From the attention to character building, to the rigorous academics, to instilling pride in our American history, to the delight over parent involvement--this school is extraordinary!! I feel like we're in a loving family and I know they have my child's back when it comes to issues that may arise with peers or schoolwork. They want their students to truly be their BEST selves! They instill confidence with encouragement! I cannot stop bragging about APA!

- submitted by a parent
October 24, 2013
We have had a really good experience with our kids at APA. We have been with APA since the day they opened their first school. My 8th grade daughter was hesitant to leave her neighborhood jr high school. She came home after the first day and announced that she never wanted to go back to her old school. She had a marvelous time. She was able to fill in some academic gaps that come from being socially promoted. Our first grader, that year, was able to finally learn at the pace that he was able, as opposed to being forced to learn at the pace of the slowest student in the class. He was challenged at every grade and is now thriving as a Junior in our nearby high school. Our last child started at APA in kindergarten. She received the help she needed in smaller break out groups, particularly Math. We are sad that they have expanded so quickly. It seems like they are trying to be everything to everybody, and sometimes the students pay the price for the ensuing chaos. It's true, there are lots of family members hired, but that hasn't particularly affected my kids. It's not for everyone, but that is the beauty of school choice! We love APA.

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2013
My 6th grade daughter just started at APA and its been 4 weeks and I see a complete turn around in her where school and grades are concerned. She loves her school and I love that she is learning so much more because of the way they teach and I never fight with her over homework. She is also learning manners and music, playing an instrument is required for 6th graders, which is a great plus for me! I love this school and would recommend it!

- submitted by a parent
August 05, 2013
I have to completely agree with the former teacher that posted. I worked at APA, but quit because of all the same reasons mentioned. The administration (particularly the director) is narrow-minded, plays favorites, and anyone who disagrees is run out of town. Hopefully, by cleaning house and truly adhering to their ideals there may be hope for APA...but with the current administration, that will never happen.

- submitted by a teacher
July 31, 2013
American Preparatory Academy of Draper. All four of my children have attended this charter school, my two youngest beginning in the elementary and the older two in the junior high. It is definitely rigorous academically. I love the atmosphere. I have always had a good rapport with the teachers who are genuinely interested in teaching your children. I have not had a problem with communication with the administration or the front desk. I love the uniforms and the ambassador program in the Junior High is amazing. There are always pros and cons to whatever school you have your child go to, but here, the pros far outweigh any cons. We have found this school to be a good fit for our family.

- submitted by a parent
July 27, 2013
APA is incredible! My son started kindergarten on a 3rd grade reading level and because of their ability-based groups, was able to keep learning at his own pace. It has been wonderful for my kids to be with different groups teachers and help them find not just one adult they feel comfortable with, but many. The family atmosphere at APA exists because so many parents volunteer at the school and get to know all of the kids. Once the students become immersed in the Ambassador character development program they learn every skill necessary to be successful in the professional/ social world. I've personally seen many otherwise shy children blossom thought this program. APA's academic rigor is an excellent segue to prepare students for high school and college. Many students that move to traditional public high school following APA find it to be a "cake walk." APA graduates also have an opportunity to enter 10th grade with AP credits, which is unusual. The Administration is consistent and focused. They do not run the school based on politics, trends, or what certain families want. All students have the same opportunities and are treated equally. We love APA! We are APA!

- submitted by a parent
July 26, 2013
My son was placed on an IEP in 3rd grade in a public neighborhood school. I remember attending his first IEP meeting thinking it would be great if all students could be given the individual attention my son was getting. When we moved and began attending American Preparatory Academy, I was so impressed that they have found a way to do that. APA teaches students in small "break out" groups in math, reading, and language. This means, for example, that every 1st grade student attends math at the same time, but will receive specialized, small group instruction at the academic level appropriate for them. Advanced students are able to be challenged and students who are struggling are able to receive the instruction and support they need (without feeling discouraged or stigmatized). APA's character program helps teach students to "build" their friends, families, and communities. In my experience, APA always tries to do "what's best for kids".

- submitted by a parent
July 26, 2013
My son has been going to American Preparatory Academy in Draper for two years now and I couldn't be happier! He has grown both socially and academically! When he's at school I can relax, knowing he's in a safe, protected environment and that he's being taught by some of the best teachers in the state. Their curriculum is rigorous, challenging, and thorough. I particularly enjoy the Ambassador Program that is implemented in the upper grades. I would highly recommend this school to any and all parents!

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2013
The teachers are awesome. The education is 1st rate. The administration of the school is a mess. You will love every time your kids walk in the door and hate every time you have to walk in the door.

- submitted by a parent
April 08, 2013
APA has amazing teachers who consistently go above and beyond. A lot is required of the teaching staff and they continually put forth a tremendous amount of energy and effort to educate their students. Yes, you will find nepotism at APA, but who can say that is a bad thing? The family connections found at the school is not to the demise of the student body, so who cares if relatives work at the school. The student body for the most part is well behaved and the amount of volunteer hours spent at the school is encouraging and admiral. You will not find a perfect school, each comes with pros and cons. I can say that my eight year association with APA has far more pros than cons.

- submitted by a parent
October 24, 2012
APA is sooo amazing! They have high expectations for students and parents academically and behaviorally and it makes us all better in every way! They work sooo hard to help every single child be successful! All my children continually amaze me with what they know and how well disciplined they are becoming. Thank you, APA!

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2012
APA is a great school in many respects. I appreciate the direct instruction method and the teachers are almost in every instance better than what I've found in the public schools. The only problem with APA is the self serving philosophy of the school's directors and administrative staff. Nepotism is rampant. Learn an administrator's last name and you'll be sure to find others with the same name working at the school. While you have to beg your way into and through the school you can be sure those running the school give themselves and their kids every advantage they require you to grovel for. I am sure the reasons the school was started were noble but it seems clear they've lost their way. For your child APA is a much better school than your public school choice but be prepared to bow down. I've waited until my youngest is finishing at APA to post this because I truly feel if those at APA knew my opinion and identity they would find a way to dismiss my child to get back at me. If you can't handle being treated like a second class citizen look elsewhere.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2012
To those that put 1 star reviews I would be careful. APA has had my comments removed before (that is why they have such good reviews here) I had 4 children that went to school there 3 years ago. They attended for approx 3 years. They were very difficult with my son and unwilling to work with him. They told me that APA was a rigorous school and that not everyone can keep up, and that he did not belong there. (It turns out my son has Aspergers, he is now in high school, has a 3.5 gpa and will be graduating a year early) Another teacher at APA told my daughter that she would never be able to get into college, let alone graduate from high school because of her spelling (That same daughter graduated at 16 and attends college on a full scholarship) Although this is a public school, paid for with public tax dollars if your child or children are not making the school's scores look good, they try to make you and your child feel uncomfortable. Stay away!

- submitted by a parent
July 28, 2012
American Preparatory Academy-Draper is an outstanding public charter school. Our child, who is on an IEP, has been successful due to challenging curriculum, intelligent, dedicated teachers, and consistent policies. Successful students at this school MUST have a parent who embraces the school mission - academic achievement and good character. Successful students do NOT have to be high achievers if parents do their part by providing ample time each day for studying and homework. My own child is on an IEP and thrives. Can the parent who vengefully awarded APA a one-star rating defend his or her arguments? He or she already failed to mention that APA-Draper's CRT and DWA scores are public record and proudly among the best in the state. APA-Draper places a huge emphasis on research-verified academic programs, and every child has the opportunity to excel. This parent also claims that resources were denied to his/her child, which is puzzling because APA has services available for each student who qualifies. The school also offers free after-school tutoring for any student who needs extra help. Hopefully, the parent who complained will take a more active role in their child's success.

- submitted by a parent
July 27, 2012
Unless you have an over achiever, I wouldn't recommend sending your child to APA. They have their own cookie-cutter way of doing things and if your child does not conform to it, they do everything they can to make the student not want to come back. They pride themselves on embarrassing the students in front of everyone else. My child would rather pee his pants in class then be embarrassed by everyone when he had to go. When I talked to APA about getting my son some resource help, they said that it's not their responsibility and that we'd have to do that on our own. When a parent has a comment or complaint, it's either ignored or followed with "That's the builder way!" When a teacher wants to help a student that is struggling with "the builder way", he/she is either threatened with being fired or the student is taken out of his/her class. When a student doesn't do exactly what the school expects, they are called "Destroyers" in front of all their classmates. My son felt bullied by the kids at APA because part of the APA way is to have the excelling students manage the struggling students. These are 1st grade students managing 1st grade students! Not what I want for my child.

- submitted by a parent
January 19, 2012
i am a current 7th grade student at APA. I cannot begin to express how much it has helped me. I have always needed to be challenged because I have a sharp mind. APA provides that for me. In every class (except maybe Choir) :) I am pushed to the limit. APA provides activities and subjects that other schools just don't have. I am able to take 8th Grade Honors Algebra, where otherwise my friends in other schools are stuck in 7th grade algebra. Every teacher there cares about you and is willing to make the jump- if you can. I just won the school wide spelling bee, and I have never felt more accepted. At other schools i have been singled out as the 'smart kid', but here it is amazing to be that! Within the first few weeks of my first year, i already had a circle of friends. Everyone is respectful and it's cool to do your best. It's a hard school to get into- surprise!- but you can guess why. As the years goes on, the homework lengthens. One week I stayed up 'till twelve completing homework every day. it's challenging but it is so worth it. If you are considering putting your children in, do it! you'll only benefit from it. i only have this to say- APA rocks!

- submitted by a community member
January 05, 2012
APA is a really great school---academically, but a lot of the rave reviews on here are how the school USED to be. The past 2 years APA has been more focused on expansion and management of their 3 new schools than on APA. They pulled many of their amazing teachers into the other schools. What they ARE doing with this school seems to be fixing what isn't broken. They have added more rules to an already extremely strict school (my kids have pulled cards for talking *during lunch* and going to the bathroom). I sometimes feel like my kids are suffocating there, like they have no choices or creative expression. There is a LOT of homework. APA loves parental involvement but not input. They do surveys once a year but nothing changes. Their student turnover has been really high this last year. Many people left. If you are interested in this school (especially Jr. high) you may want to ask for those numbers. Still, it offers an above average education with great teachers, which is why my kids are still enrolled. I love the groups and class sizes. It is a good school with AMAZING academic programs...I just wanted to write this review so people know what they are getting into.

- submitted by a parent
October 12, 2011
I love this school. Because the teachers are really awesome and know a lot of things. I have attending for five years now, and I have learned a lot.

- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2011
I have thought about what school to put my kids in since they were 2 years old. I tried homeschooling, tried to afford private school, and I put their names in all of the charter schools I could find. When they got picked to attend APA, I was thrilled! The more we are there, the more I love everything about it. It is a commitment, with homework, parent involvement, etc, but that is one of my favorite things. I have such a feeling of pride knowing the get the privilege to attend such an amazing school! What an amazing blessing! Thank you APA!!!

- submitted by a parent
March 02, 2011
We have been at APA for 5 years, after two miserable years in our neighborhood elementary. I cannot find the words to say how much we love this school! It is hard work, the students must meet high expectations and behave responsibly and respectfully. There is homework. Every single night. Yet, given the choice each Spring, all of my children choose APA. I have one who struggles with reading and spelling, one who excels in everything, two who do well but need to be challenged, and one who is far behind her classmates. ALL of them thrive at APA. The small groups do wonders for students at all levels, and they are constantly encouraged and expected to give their best. The staff is 100% supportive and helpful, and we have been given every accomodation possible for our children who needed help. We are moving, and I know that we will never find another school like APA. If we find our way back to UT, we WILL return to this school! American Preparatory Academy is a rare gem.

- submitted by a parent
February 12, 2011
This school will meet your child exactly where they are academically, even if they're three grades ahead in one subject and two grades behind in another, they will place them in groups that are fluid between grade levels. The groups move at various speeds, depending on what your child needs. I don't know why all schools don't follow this model. These small groups (some meet in tiny little classrooms) are small enough that the teachers really know exactly what each student knows or doesn't know. They use direct instruction, which means that the students use choral responses, to whatever the teacher is teaching. The kids' minds can't wander. They stay focused and testing becomes no big deal because they have been verbally assessed, daily, in a positive, fun environment. I also love the ambassador program at this school. They have activities to teach the students social etiquette and manners. I have never seen a more polite, respectful, kind group of students than the ones at this school. We'll never move because I refuse to take my kids out of this school. It's incredible! I hope that they build American Preparatory High School soon!

- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2010
I wanted the best school I could get for my Kindergarten age child. I am so happy that we got her into APA. I am amazed at the quality of education she is getting. I love the main principles of the school, I love to curriculum, I love the 2 teachers, I love the uniforms. Every child is expected to give their best, and as a result, the children succeed. There is a level of respect that is part of the environment that seems to be lost in the rest of the world. I love that the small groups for math and reading allow all children to succeed and learn at their level. APA is one of the best schools in the valley.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 10, 2010
APA has far surpassed our expectations. Not only are the teachers great, and the curriculum amazing, the student body consists of respectful, kind, and hard working students. Every time I enter the school I hear kids offering their classmates words of encouragement. The student body is expected to be respectful and they rise to the occasion. I am very grateful that my children are able to attend such an amazing school. Thank you APA staff for all you do.

- submitted by a parent
November 28, 2009
My son attended K and half of 1st grade here. We absolutely loved it. Yes, there is homework most every night. But it is worth it. Academically, he has excelled beyond our wildest hopes. We love the small class sizes, and the uniforms. They are committed to academics, but also to values, and caring for each child. I think the small reading and math groups work very well. I would highly recommend this school. I'm so sad that we had to move and leave it.

- submitted by a parent
September 20, 2009
I love everything about APA. I love the uniforms, the small class sizes, the teachers, the curriculum, and the break out groups.

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2009
We can not tell you how impressed we are with this school. The teachers that all 3 of our kids have had all love what they do. Our kids have also made huge strides in their education sence switching from another school. In their prior school there were a couple of great teachers as well but only 2. At APA all of the teachers are great. We also love the learning program. It is not easy but well worth it. We could not be more pleased with the school. APA A+!

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
no rating August 20, 2008
Our family has been attending American Prep since it opened. My students started school in 6th, 4th, and 2nd grade and my 4th grader and 2nd grader were far below grade level in Reading and in Math. My 2nd grader wasn't even reading! The programs at APA are outstanding and the individualized instruction for each student makes such a difference! My students are now going into 9th grade and 7th grade and they are both above grade level in Reading and Math. The leadership and teacher's desire to help every student succeed is constant. It doesn't matter if a student is far below grade level and struggling, they do everything they can to make every student feel smart and successful. This school isn't for families who don't want to study at night - but it is well worth the commitment!

- submitted by a parent
July 21, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
January 24, 2008
Apa is the best school I have ever attended. I attended for three years and it was truely one of the best expriences I have ever had. The director and the teachers are fantastic. It has helped me to succeed many of my academic goals. Apa has taught me many lessons and vaules you cannot learn in a public school. Thanks Apa! Your Amazing.

- submitted by a student
January 13, 2008
I go to APA. This school pushes me and everyone around me to our best potentials. I know that this school will help me prepare for college. I am in a higher math level that I thought i could be in an I am getting great grades and loving school. Also, the English teacher is helping me and my friends prepare for the DWA. In the past we having gotten above average scores on it, and I hope that we can do it again because it would be awesome.

- submitted by a student
November 07, 2007
This school is absolutely over the top in every way. The administration and teachers work so hard and give careful attention to each child's individual needs. They've made such a big difference in the lives of my children. Not only do they teach rigorous academics, they also instill values, teach character, and set clear, loving boundaries for each student. There is no tolerance for any type of bullying and it is popular to be a smart, high achiever. It is a learning place. You feel it when you walk through the front door. There is no wasted time. No movies. No dead time whatsoever. Even during lunch, the students listen to great literature. Math, reading and spelling are completely fluid between grade levels. Your child will be met and challenged at the perfectlevel. The music and art programs are amazing. The school is so much better than it has to be!

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2007
Yes I agree with the positive reviews of APA. Three of my children attend there and they are doing great. My teenage daughter's attitude towards school has changed overnight. She loves the challenge and the environment. The teachers expect a lot but they are nurturing at the same time. I am very glad they are going to APA.

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2007
My children have attended APA for 5 years now . It is amazing how much they have learned. In regular schools it seems that the teachers are forced to teach down to the lowest level in the classroom . Not so at APA . Each child is expected to perform at his highest level. Promotion to the next grade isn't a given it is an earned right. I think the uniforms add to a wonderful safe learning environment. I know that when I drop my children off each morning they will be expected to be on there best behavior and so will all of there piers. It is a comforting feeling.

- submitted by a parent
September 19, 2007
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- submitted by a teacher
July 25, 2007
although APA is a small school, I have to admitt it was the greatest school I have ever attended, and probably ever will. Not only was the curriculum amazing, and the level of knowledge and learning extremely high, the teachers and administraters truely cared about each individual student, and helping them in any way possible. because it is a charter school, it was personally hard to get used to, but the overall outcome was so fantastic that I must say that going to APA was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I encourage anyone who is thinking about alternatives to public schools to give APA a try, and experiance the mind blowing results for themselves.

- submitted by a student
April 17, 2007
I was an actual student there and I had on attended for one year because they I came to High school. I have to say it was the best school I have ever gone to. I love how they push you to do your absoulute best. I loved the size of the classrooms. I especially loved the teachers and how they actually wanted to help you. They do work you hard but in the end it is so worth the effort. Now I am doing great in High School because of American Preparatory Academy! Thanks!

- submitted by a former student
March 26, 2007
We love APA! I love having two teachers per classroom. I love that small learning groups are set up to catch every level of learner. The curriculum far exceeds that of the public schools. Music and art are stressed at all grade levels. Respect and good behavior are the norm not the exception. And the parental involvement makes all the difference in the world! APA is not 'our kids' school it is our family school. We all participate and the result is children who value education and want to succeed! Thanks APA!

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2007
I regret taking the kids out of APA to a public school. The teachers at APA cared about each of the children and they loved learning. Now they lost motivation and are behind. My daugther was writing in cursive in 2nd grade and at the public school they told her she had to wait till next year to do that and she forgot to write in cursive and had to start all over again. APA is the best! I hope they have room again for my children.

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2006
I love APA. I love almost everything about it. My favorite things are small class sizes and two teachers for every class. I love the small break out groups for math, spelling, and reading. Also children are placed in the break out groups according to ability. I love the uniforms. I love the environment. I love that they do not waste time. I love that they teach the children appropriate behavior, respect, and obedience.

- submitted by a parent
June 22, 2006
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(801) 553-8500
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