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Seattle, WA
Students enrolled: 481

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1915 1 Av West
Seattle, WA 98119

(206) 252-1900
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November 25, 2014
We have been pleasantly surprised by McClure. The teachers particularly the language arts (Wizenhunt) and math (Jennings) have been impressive. The music program is really coming along and the recently new choir teacher is fabulous. A great benefit for our child has been that the school is very small and as a parent you get to know the teachers and administration. Communication is good. Having a child who needs more attention than most, this has been a great asset. I love that my child can walk to school and grab ice cream or shop in the village afterwards. The parent support for this school is very strong. As parents who looked at private school initially, I am glad we made the choice to give our neighborhood school a chance. It has been a very good experience all around.

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2014
I am currently a 6th grader at McClure. It is an amazing school and they make sure you feel welcome with all the WEB events and fun activities. I remember when I dropped some color pencils and 2 or 3 kids came rushing to help me pick them up when there was only 1 minute left till class started. The teachers are super helpful and nice. There are so many things you or your child can learn from this school!

- submitted by a community member
August 28, 2014
I have a 6th Grader just entering Mcclure this year. At this point, I can only comment on what I have seen in terms of the activities focused on new student orientation. All such activities have been excellent and have illustrated the growing strength of the PTA at the school. The WEB program (which mentors new 6th graders using 8th graders) has been impressive especially when I compare it to my own junior high experience years ago. Most of my interactions with teachers and staff have been really positive. Mcclure serves a bunch of tough customers. High income, high achieving Amazonians, Microsofties, Doctors, Lawyers, Architects etc. All of whom have the means to pull their kids and send them to private school. (Many have done this already) Middle school is tough. As a teacher, you have to really love this age group who can be really loud and annoying. Many parents (myself included) carry irrational fears of middle school based on our own upbringing. So far, I feel really lucky to be able to send my child to Seattle's smallest middle school.

- submitted by a parent
July 27, 2014
I am currently a student at McClure going into the 8th grade, and I've seen some disturbing and traumatizing things at McClure this school year. I remember the first day of 6th grade there were 8th graders yelling profanities in the hall way right in front of teachers and nothing was done about it. The students here are out of control, and have no discipline. There have been several violent fights outside of the school between students, and this year everyone watched a boy punch another boy to the ground and put him in a headlock. There are also a lot of problems with organization and most of my teachers that I had this year were lazy, and act like they don't care about their job. Don't send your child to this school!! I have picked more bad habits than good, and if I could go back in time I would have gone to a different school. The only reason why I stay is because of the few amazing friends that I've found at McClure.

- submitted by a community member
July 20, 2014
McClure just completed its 4th year as a neighborhood school and is a great place to send your kids. The parents, staff, school district and local business community have really stepped up and are supporting McClure students more than ever before. Financial support has increased dramatically - helping fund all new students computers and many other student and classroom needs. The student leadership program is the best in the district, the library and librarian are top notch, focus on science, math, language arts, video production, choir, band, orchestra, and exploratory classes just gets better and better. Many more parents are volunteering than ever before, jumping right in starting in 6th grade, no longer "waiting" but stepping right up and joining our committed, growing community focused on building the best little middle school in the district. A couple 7th grade teachers may be (past) due for retirement, but overall the staff is outstanding and focused on educational excellence and encouraging kind, thoughtful behavior and learning in and outside the classrooms. The new principal is an outstanding communicator and absolutely focused on improving academics & community.

- submitted by a parent
April 19, 2014
McClure is definitely a school of contrasts. My 7th grader is very smart, sensitive, and doesn't have any behavioral issues. He prefers to be a teachers assistant when he can. I trust his reports to me about significant numbers of students in his classes who don't care about learning or rules and who act out every day in ways I can't even imagine being tolerated. The teachers, while well meaning and dedicated, seem to have no tools at their disposal to cope with these ridiculous behavioral issues. This suggests to me that they either lack the training or commitment from the administration or both. I am not sure which it is. I myself am an educator and have an advanced degree and I am appalled at the low level of instruction he receives. They seem to be stuck on simple topics for weeks and with classes often being disrupted by the behaviorally challenged students, I have seen little substantive learning take place. I worry that he will have difficulties when he goes to high school (unless the high school is just as challenged). The teachers seem to hold back, designing their instructional choices to lowest level in the class instead of seeking high achievement. Very disappointing.

- submitted by a parent
April 18, 2014
I am an eighth grade student at McClure, and I can say that the past three years have been awful, I am a disruptive student in general, but that is only due to the fact that in the classroom the teachers have no power, or don't care. The only reason I wanted to go to McClure is because of all my friends, and next year I am going to ballard and I am worried that I will fail AP classes because of the learning at McClure.

- submitted by a community member
April 27, 2013
The review below mine is contradictory stating that "student behavior issues...are profound and inumerous [sic]" and that "kids are mostly well-behaved". Which is it? I believe this reviewer's grammar and spelling speaks volumes. McClure, Seattle's smallest middle school, is excellent and the best school at which I've taught. Students receive more attention than those at larger middle schools, some of which house nearly a thousand students. Teachers know their student and families. The PTA is very active and helpful, raising tens of thousands of dollars to support student learning. McClure uses first-rate curriculum with fidelity. Language arts classes use reading and writing workshop, a highly effective curriculum that promotes authentic literacy. Math, science, and social studies also have strong curriculum. Dedicated teachers work together closely to help students. These are the most polite, respectful, and talented students with whom I've ever worked. Many produce high-school-level writing. When behavior issues arise, which is inevitable in any middle school, administration responds quickly and appropriately. If I had children, they would attend McClure Middle School.

- submitted by a teacher
February 06, 2013
Yes, the school sits in a wealthy neighborhood, but that doesn't mean that the school is necesarily successful. This school is run poorly, and has a Principal & Counseling/Student Discipline staff that are not proficient in curbing student behavior issues--which are profound and inumerous!. As a substitute-teacher, I have worked all Seattle Schools. Take my word for it, don't send your child to this one. Some great teachers, but dealing w/the admin. will only give you and child headaches and a distasteful experience. School has great potential--kids are mostly well-behaved, but until admin. is removed, no progress can be made!

- submitted by a teacher
January 25, 2013
My son has gone to McClure for two years and is currently in 7th Grade. I agree with a previous poster who thought that there were some really good teachers intermixed with alot of mediocre teachers. I'm not sure if it's burnout, or inadequate teaching/organization skills, but some of these teachers are very frustrating! My son turns in papers to several of his teachers who then can't find the assignments! It's not ALL his teachers, it's the same two. It is really frustrating. My son doesn't really complain; he just mentions how confusing and disorganized some of his teachers are. My personal standard is, if something isn't working, change the way you do it! It just seems it is easier to blame the students and not admit their system may not be working. On a positive, the new language arts teacher ROCKS!

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2012
I am currently a student at McClure and I love it. The school is really small (approximately 450 kids total) which allows everyone to know everyone. They are extremely disorganized though, class sizes are uneven, at the beginning of the 2012-2013 year, one algebra class had 48 kids while another had only 18 kids; at least 75% of the students received schedules that had a missing class period and two of the same class. Counselors and office staff are very unresponsive and none of the staff have the same views on ANYTHING. Some teachers are downright horrible, parents and students signed a petition to get her kicked out but nothing happened & technology is very slow. Otherwise, the school is friendly and had lots of nice art and sport programs and programs for advanced learning.

- submitted by a community member
September 01, 2012
Our child goes to McClure and likes the school. There are some excellent teachers there who are enthusiastic about their subjects, who take an interest in each child and do a great job. Some teachers are better than others; the quality of the experience for each class really depends on how good the teacher is, and how much he or she cares. The math and english teachers have been especially good. The principal's doing a good job and we've had good experiences whenever we've spoken with her about our child. It's a fine neighborhood school and we've been pleased with the whole experience.

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2012
McClure is a mediocre school in a great neighborhood. It has been "up and coming" for over 10 years, but never gets any better. The problem is the leadership, particularly the principal. The principal has no leadership and blames every problem on somebody else, and does little to improve the school. Class sizes are huge and very unevenly distributed. excuse: district didn't fund us. (It's funded exactly like every other school in Seattle, and sits in a neighborhood which richly supports ALL the other schools.) Discipline is terrible and incredibly inequitable. Large class sizes make that worse. Bullying is rampant, as are suspensions. excuse: We have to do it that way. Teacher turn over is tremendous, it lost nearly half it's teachers last year. excuse: Teachers are bad. Really? Even the ones hired by the principal? Arts have been all but eliminated in favor of things like computer literacy. Many teachers are actually very good. There are also quite a few duds. In some classes kids do next to nothing at all, even in core subjects. But the teacher turnover isn't getting rid of the weak teachers, it simply is churning through good ones leaving instability behind.

- submitted by a parent
September 16, 2011
Everyone knows that teachers need smaller classes and more time with students but McClure really shows it, in the 2011-2012 school year they only had 1 teacher of each core class for each grade. While the majority of the teachers are very good at what they do, they lack the time and energy to do it. The schools bullying policy is atrocious with problems going unnoticed unless someone reports it to the councilors, and even then very little is likely to be done.

- submitted by a teacher
September 16, 2011
There were some excellent teachers at McClure and some frankly atrocious teachers. Most teachers seemed overwhelmed with their workload and seemed to view parent communications as an inconvenience. The biggest problem with Mc Clure is the lack of leadership on the part of the Principal. Bullying was a big problem. Large problems were ignored and there was an overreaction to small conflicts between students. Overall if we could do it again we would not have sent our student to McClure. Hopefully they will get their act together, the community is counting on it.

- submitted by a parent
July 28, 2011
There are many teachers at McClure who are just wonderful! (Though a few who are OK) The music program is excellent with a very good teacher. For transitoning the new 6th graders they have a very good program called WEB (where everybody belongs). It teaches the kids many new skills, getting comfortable with the school, and the 8th grade WEB leaders become their first middle school buddies.

- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2011
Our family attended the open house event on March 24, 2011. We live on Queen Anne and have a 4th grader at John Hay School so we were learning about and touring McClure School for the first time. Overall the school seemed just OK and I worry about 3 mediocre years there. The competent and engaging Language Arts teacher was the highlight. The Science teacher was enthusiastic and hands-on. The other teachers we saw were just OK. The principal's response to a parent's question about PTA involvement and fund-raising was disappointing because she seemed to be saying that students don't really want their parents to be involved much any more (sigh..this may be true), and beyond purchasing a some specific equipment items (her example was music stands), the school was doing alright and she understands how growing teens will consume more of a family's funds. I wonder if she realizes that Hay & Coe parents tend to have the time, funds and interest to make their child's public school the best it can be. This is a huge opportunity for community relationship building with the QA neighborhood, as well as improving the vibe and atmosphere of the school. Hopefully she'll think big!

- submitted by a parent
March 25, 2011
I agree the school does little to communicate what needs to be done. Especially for 6th graders that are transitioning. Some of the teachers are even mean. I do not recommend this school. They actually suggested that my young daughter take the Metro bus alone. I am appalled. I will try to get my child in private school next year. She was at the top of her class last year and this year is just awful so far.

- submitted by a parent
March 25, 2011
The grade 6 class entering this school for 2011 is amazing. I just see tons of parent evolvement that is going to enable change and improvements especially with the new school plan in place. McClure is a queen anne school very local and convenient, safe surroundings. We met with the Math teacher and are very impressed. Our kid is doing excellent in math and I am not at all worried about the level of education he can achieve at McClure. See you all next year!!!

- submitted by a parent
March 25, 2011
I keep hearing really great things about McClure and am so excited about how many of my son s friends from Coe will be attending next year. The level of parent involvement at Coe elementary is outstanding, and with so many students from Coe s 5th grade class attending McClure next year, the school can only get better. The open house for incoming 6th graders was very informative and I was really impressed by the principal and all of the teachers I met. My neighbor s son is an 8th grader at McClure and she s very happy with their ability to provide academic challenge to her son whose IQ is off the charts. I m looking forward to seeing even more positive changes in this school and am glad my son will be a part of it.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 14, 2010
The school gets a disproportionate number of students who travel from the Central District and thus gets proportionately less parental involvement from those parents because of distance and transportation issues. The school can use all the support it can get.

- submitted by a parent
December 03, 2009
I am a student at BHS currently and had my last year at McClure Last year. Coming from John Hay the transition was quick easy and painless i met great people and had great grades. But after reading through all of these reviews im a little appalled and actually laughing at alot of the bad review, McClure (as with all middle schools) is what you make of it. People are bussed in all throughout the city making it amazingly diverse and multicultural. In my graduating class from this school i do not know one person who actually tried to get good grades who didn't get the grades. The teachers are amazing i had a great experience being a t.a. for a year for the autism teacher (great program look into it!). Ms.Pritchett Is Fabulous and all of the other administrators are too! Don't listen to the bad rep this school gets!

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September 24, 2009
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June 19, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
January 19, 2009
We have a daughter in her last year at McClure, and a son who will be in 6th grade at this school next year. Our daughter has had a very good experience at McClure and has benefited tremendously from the variety of students that attend there. We have always felt that she is in a safe and secure environment. We also believe that she has progressed very well from a social and academic standpoint. She is very ready high school. The vast majority of the staff seem very enthusiastic, sincere, and engaging. The new principal, Sarah Pritchett has really stepped up to the challenge and displays a great deal of energy. I have witnessed Sarah as she deals with the various students and she exhibits a natural ability to relate to the youth, and also displays a sensitivity to the differences between the various levels/grades of the students.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 19, 2009
We love McClure. We were at first skeptical of the school and had heard negative reviews. We decided after meeting the new principal and the rest of the McClure team, we would give it a try. We can see the changes and improvements being made, and the community/parents are helping to do this. Our son comes home everyday saying what a great day it was at school. I am glad we made the choice to support our neighborhood school.

- submitted by a parent
January 18, 2009
The teachers are dedicated, the student body is racially and economically diverse and there seems to be burgeoning support from the parents. I'd say McClure is a rising star. We've been pleasantly surprised with the experience of our 6th grader this year. Sure middle schools have their problems, but the leadership here -- especially the new principal and vice principal -- is taking care of business. We think McClure is only going to get better.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 18, 2009
We had heard negative comments about McClure, but none were from people who were connected with the school. They were from parents of other schools, who typically would say, 'Oh, I heard that McClure is (such and such...)' The positive comments were not only from the teachers themselves, but from external organizations that worked with the school -- and that spoke volumes to us. We were happy to find the educators committed, engaging and enthusiastic about teaching. It isn't without its problems. Low parental involvement and funding keep it from becoming the top-notch school it could easily become like its neighboring grade schools. But, the good news is there's strong momentum going forward and we're proud to be part of it.

- submitted by a parent
January 17, 2009
This is my daughter's third year at McClure. I will have a sixth grader next year. I have found many of the teachers to be exceptional esp. Language Arts/Social Studies. Teachers and counselors are great communicators and seem to genuinally care about my daughter despite her cranky, teen-age attitide. This is the librarian's ( Ms. Gale) third year. She is fabulous and has transformed the library to become truly the heart of the school. We have met kids from all over the city and the world. The school is small so staff really know the kids. A small army of parents, staff and kids have rejuvenated the school with paint and lots of elbow grease! The principle is involved and comitted. I urge people to give McClure a chance. It breaks my heart that people who live in QA/Magnolia don't sent their kids there.

- submitted by a parent
January 16, 2009
This is our second year at McClure. Our first year was good, but this year seems to have great energy and a wonderful momentum. My child has thrived at this school and thoroughly enjoys going to school. Communications from the teachers has been good (I appreciate how they respond to my emails quickly). The PTSA seems strong and energetic.

- submitted by a parent
January 16, 2009
Fabulous school for any arts-minded students. Great diversity in a small inner-city school. My daughter came from an elementary school where she was falling through the cracks and now she is full of confidence, attaining higher grades and learning to make better choices. She loves McClure!

- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2009
We were against this school. It was really our last choice. However, after deciding that staying in the neighborhood and supporting this school would be a great option for our child, we decided to go for it! Our son loves going to school and it is not very different from elementary school because there are so many neighborhood kids enrolled there. There is a good representation of Hay and Coe graduates, as well as surrounding neighborhoods. The 6th grade transition has been so smooth because there is not much to transition into. He gets to walk to school and see friends from elementary school and make new ones from other schools. The principal has definetely been a force in getting the students, parents and community involved.

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2009
McClure middle school, is a horrible school, the staff do not help my child when he needs it i always either have to call or personally ask. My child was doing very well in elementary school A's and B's since going to McClure it seems his want for knowledge has dropped dramatically. I would never recommend this school

- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2009
Do not send your child to McClure. My daughter has been attending since sixth grade, and the school has only worsened over the years. She is in eighth grade and many of the teachers are sub-par at best. The new principal is very dissapointing, trying in vain to place 'positive discipline' into the school. The only difference is that there is no longer a reward system in place. Also, they are intoducing a new form of discipline known as 'speeding tickets' where kids get detention if they are caught rushing to class. Normally this makes sense, but the eighth graders have to go from one end of the building, grab their stuff, WALK up a staircase and cross the whole length of the building again to get to class-in 5 minutes. Lastly, this school looks like a prison-from the cottage cheese columns to the mystery meat lunch and unfriendly staff.

- submitted by a parent
November 14, 2008
McClure is disappointing. Currently, we can't find few parents from local elementary schools who want their kids to attend. The principal is green and has difficulty relating to parents. The kids are are fairly normal middle schoolers: a bit out of control and rebelling against a system of uneven punishment that the superintendent and school board promotes.

- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2008
My daughter is a 6th grader at McClure. We did not sign-up for the school and were nervous about going there. We heard bad things about the Math/Science teacher. When school started we found out that teacher is no longer there and was replaced by a great teacher who is now my daughter's favorite. At such a critical juncture for girls in Math and Science we are so pleased that she is having a positive experience. Additionally, the teachers seem to work together so there is a cooperative feeling. The school is much smaller than many other middle schools in the area. At my son's 6th grade conferences at Washington Middle School were given 5 minutes with each teacher after waiting in a long line. At McClure we had the opportunity to have a 20-minute conference with both her LA/History teacher and Math/Science teacher.

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 07, 2008
I'm a student at mcclure middle school and I think this school is a really great school and also a really challenging school as well. I'm an honors student and enjoy being here. This school I think from my point of view will help any student that goes here become successful in their future.GO MAVERICKS!

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May 11, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
November 26, 2007
My child has done very well this year being in honors. The new principle is excellent and is working quickly and hard to change the perception of this school. It is diverse, small and operates like a microcosim of the world. The learning is excellent and not at all sheltered like other schools. The effort is up to the child and families. Seeing the kids here learn and develop has been very rewarding. They are not fueled by money or fortune but great hearts.

- submitted by a parent
November 21, 2007
I like McClure a lot, and I am getting challenged enough and the teachers are very good. I think that some teachers and substitutes could discipline children a little bit better and more, especially when it comes to referrals, I think teachers just keep giving 'warning' but never really do anything drastic. Overall, though, I really like it.

- submitted by a student
no rating November 17, 2007
If I had known what I know now about McClure, I would never have sent my child there. My child is in the 8th grade, and there are numerous kids who are disciplinary problems in the classroom and hallways. So far she's learned lots of new words, none of which are repeatable in respectable society. The school fails to deal with problem children, who take up much of classroom time, and bully others. Discipline is extremely lax, nearly nonexistent. Academically, my child has gotten further behind since going to McClure, and has lost motivation.

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September 12, 2007
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March 23, 2007
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March 11, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2007
I am a student at mcclure and I think it is ok... I feel I am relearning things. It is very annoying. I would like to be in honors, but it is full. I turned in a packet so that I would be able to at least have harder work, but that never happened. My teacher never took care of that. It can be annoying.

- submitted by a student
March 09, 2007
If your kid needs to dampen their motivation and gain an appreciation for the darker side of humanity, this is your school. McClure is lack luster at best and frightening at its worst. A couple of the teachers are excellent, and the rest seem to have a motivation on par with their out of control students. Actually, the school has a pretty good representation of troubled kids of every creed.

- submitted by a parent
October 06, 2006
How impressed I was at curriculum night. The Acting principal (can we keep her) is a leader with excellent communication skills and a savvy use of the in-house technology. 7th and 8th grade special ed kids are integrated with mainstreamed kids in LA/SS and Math/Science. With the addition of their resource room teacher in these 4 periods, the kids have a fighting chance to thrive and grow as learners. The positive discipline model is excellent and indeed is teaching life-skills at a time when hormones tend to overtake common sense. How refreshing. This is the school that I picked. So, what a difference true leadership makes...

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2006
Our experience with McClure has been rather inconsistent. Several teachers have been stellar (6th grade especially), while our 7th grade experience was definitely disappointing, due to the core teachers my child had. 8th grade is looking promising. Compared to our experience in the elementary school our child attended, the teachers seem less happy and the academic standards seem lower. Our child's scores on standardized tests have dropped while at McClure. I can't say whether that is McClure's fault or hormones, but my child has become much less motivated to achieve since at McClure. The after school programs have been great for our child, due to the Seattle City Parks & Recreation Grant. I would describe the parent involvement as excellent. I have not experienced the parent volunteers as exclusionary at all, but there are certain parents who seem to be involved in everything (bless them!).

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August 13, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2006
My child was much more challenged at her elementary school. In addition, she reports that the classes are loud and unruly. It's not a particularly bad school, just one of the mediocre schools we've come to settle for.

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December 28, 2005
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- submitted by a former student
October 12, 2005
McClure has an excellent reputation this year with a strong principal. My friends daughter graduated from 8th grade two years and highly recommended it, even though it wasn't convenient to their North Shore home.

- submitted by a parent
September 25, 2005
We are new to McClure this year. Our student is in the 8th grade. We have found the principal and vice principal to be very helpful in getting us acclimated to the school. Our student approached the school counselor after school started to change her elective course. She was given the opportunity to explain why and then was able to change to a class more fitting to her interests. We feel they are making every effort to make her learning experience the best it can be.

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September 11, 2005
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- submitted by a student
April 06, 2005
The quality of academic programs are good, although they do vary with different teachers. In art and extracurricular activities they fall short. The parent involvement seems to be a core group of parents that don't seem to be very inclusive.

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Mcclure Middle School
1915 1 Av West, Seattle, WA  98119
(206) 252-1900
Last modified Mcclure Middle School is a Public school that serves grades 6-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 8 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Mcclure Middle School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 60 reviews. Top