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PK-8
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Shoreline, WA
Students enrolled: 450
Before care: Yes
After care: Yes

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15201 Meridian Avenue North
Shoreline, WA 98133

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(206) 364-2650
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June 14, 2014
We have two kids in Evergreen. We chose it despite great options closer to home because of the focus on social and emotional intelligence, the expansive campus, and the general sense of humility and warmth from faculty and staff. Truth be told, It didn't hurt that some very prominent families with unlimited choices made the same decision. As for areas for improvement, I do wish they had a high school offering and I have heard that the amount of homework could be increased (though the students seem very bright and well ahead of where I was as a young chap).

- submitted by a parent
January 27, 2014
Our son is in middle school at Evergreen and we have been very pleased with the new administrators and teachers at Evergreen. The direction that the school is taking currently builds on the strengths of the past and seeks to improve on any weaknesses - whether real or perceived. We are very pleased with the academics, as well as the social and emotional component at the school. The diversity challenges of the past within the parent community (not the school) seem to have improved dramatically within recent years. We highly recommend the Evergreen School for the highly capable student.

- submitted by a parent
May 08, 2013
My son has been at Evergreen since kindergarten, and I have to say that despite the many changes that have occurred in the last few years it has all been for the greater good. We now have a fantastic new school head, a wonderful new primary division head, new teachers that have replaced those who were ready to retire, and overall, a new, positive energy that translates to the kids. My son's intellectual growth has been stimulated, he is learning how to learn, how to ask questions, how to think critically, but as important, his social and emotional growth has been nurtured. I have to say, that with a couple of exceptions, the kids are kind, warm-hearted and accepting. I really think it's due to the emphasis placed on empathy and awareness of the many differences among families. If you want a school where kids are taught how to think and how to become good, solid people, Evergreen is the place.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2013
We're in our first year but are so pleased with the care and concern staff have shown towards our student and our family. We feel welcomed and we are confident our son is learning in a way that is fun and exciting. If you can swing it, this is an amazing school where children are loved and valued. If he can't be with me, this is the next best place for him.

- submitted by a parent
March 24, 2013
Our son has been at Evergreen for 2 years and our other son is about to enroll next year. All we can say is he has really blossomed there and they've brought out his talents to a really amazing level while keeping him grounded, emotionally and socially confident, and passionate about his unique interests. I can't say for sure that's all because of Evergreen but I can say he loves it there, we love his teachers, we love their campus, and his classmates are all brilliant yet friendly, sincere, and fun loving. I've gone to some very fancy schools back east in my day and wish I had gone to Evergreen. Highly Recommend this place!

- submitted by a parent
July 15, 2012
Global Study Program is one of the best activities school offers. My concern is that they go to the areas that have malaria. Nobody gets seriously sick usually and very high chances that it is a thrilling experience for students. Though most kids do go through abdominal problems once they are on the trip. Evergreen school might be ahead of other schools with globalization of student's experience, attention to what is going on in the world, self reflection and awareness. I just do not understand why to do this through exposure students to the dangers such malaria, enteroviruses and parasitic diseases. Mostly nobody knows much about the depths of all dangers of the Asian lands, nobody seems to want to think much about it. All preparation to the trip concentrates on what teachers know well, like teaching students about history, language and culture. Most parents are comfortable to sign their kids to go "to see more" since in the previous years it all went fine. Kids in some way are put in the situation to "follow the crowd" since all 8th grade goes. If you are uncomfortable letting your child go, the child will be in the position of white crow, an outcast.

- submitted by a parent
June 26, 2012
This has been a painfully disappointing finish for us. The other children and some of the math teachers are the last redeeming qualities. The school seems to have lost focus, become only moderately demanding, at best, and somewhat dropped the ball in communication. When our first child was there it was clearly a school for gifted children, but the staff doesn't seem to have kept up on their research. In two years our second child has done very little writing and has received no meaningful feedback on the little that has been assigned. The bright spot is an energetic math teacher who actually enjoys children. The PE program is a bit like Lord of the Flies. Parents of sensitive children should beware.

- submitted by a parent
May 17, 2012
We love everything about this school. Our daughter loves school and doesn't want to miss a moment of it. Excellent academics with wonderful attention to social emotional learning. This school successfully nurtures kindness and comraderie among kids. Fantastic, dedicated teachers and staff. Leadership of school is consistently excellent. Diversity is truly valued and celebrated here.

- submitted by a parent
May 14, 2012
As a student that attended Evergreen, I have to say it was one of the best experiences in my life. There is a huge emphasis on community and social-emotional development. The school, (when I first started in 2nd grade in 2005,) was incredible. Now however, the director of admissions has left, there is a new principal, and a lot of the best teachers are gone. I would definitely recommend Evergreen though. They also put a LARGE emphasis on saving the environment. Your child will become a very earth-friendly person. I must say, even thought tuition is through-the-roof. It is WELL worth it. And the technology? Incredible. Every student 4th-8th grade gets a high tech touch screen laptop. There are 5 technology specialists. And the school has solar panels. It is a very modern, earth friendly, expensive school; but it is INCREDIBLE. I would DEFINITELY send my child there.

- submitted by a community member
March 08, 2012
Best decision ever. Though it's only been one year since my son(2nd grade) joined the school, he wakes up every morning wanting to go to school and that speaks a lot for me about the school. Staff are excellent and very supportive. Sense of community is very strong with parents & staff and you feel very welcome & inclusive.

- submitted by a parent
November 17, 2011
I LOVE The Evergreen School. it is the best school for any kid my daughter and son go there and have no problems with any kids in their grade or above. I recommend this school to any one and their children!

- submitted by a parent
November 17, 2011
I am a current student at The Evergreen School, and I cannot say how much I love it. I have so many amazing teachers who not only see me through the process of learning all of the academic aspects of school, but nurture me and help me out with everything as I go. I am not ashamed to say that my teachers are some of my good friends, and I know I can trust them with anything. Every teacher at the school will find a way to make every student learn in the best possible environment, and they will make every allowance for the learning curve of everyone. Should I be struggling with a certain concept, my math teacher will take time out of her day to sit down and teach it to me a different way. I know all the other teachers at the school would do the same if I needed it. I feel safe at the school. I love it there.

- submitted by a community member
October 22, 2011
I am a more than satisfied Evergreen alum. Out of my 8th grade class of ~24, there were 9 National Merit Semi-finalists. Furthermore, 3 kids went on to Yale, 1 went on to Princeton, and 1 went on to Stanford. With its advanced math and science curriculum, Evergreen expertly prepared me for both graduate and medical school.

- submitted by a community member
September 18, 2011
With each year we're away from Seattle and Evergreen, our respect and appreciation for Evergreen, and what it did for our children, grows. This school is amazing, and those involved are fortunate to be a part of it. What Evergreen does (and it's so rare in our education system) is encourages and supports kids in running with their passions. If you really care about preparing your child to do well in the twenty-first Century, Evergreen provides an outstanding educational experience.

- submitted by a parent
July 01, 2011
Deeply disappointing. The Evergreen experience set our bright, 'gifted' son on a path of "hating school" which we're still struggling to reverse. Despite a terrific student-teacher ratio, we never had a teacher who "got" out son and appreciated him. One bright spot was the parent community. We (and our child) have made long-time friendships from the years he attended. But, the classroom experience left a lot to be desired.

- submitted by a parent
November 28, 2010
My children spent 4 years at Evergreen. The language and humanities programs were good. However, for the price tag you should seriously consider the APP program in Seattle first. Evergreen does not offer anything as challenging as APP. Also, the math and science are below standard. If your child tests into the APP program save your money. Also, be prepared to see serious behavior problems at Evergreen. The staff seems unable or unwilling to remove bullies or enforce acceptable classroom behavior.

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2010
Evergreen is a nurturing community where the focus is on students' social and emotional development as well as academic excellence. The school uses positive discipline to foster great communication and problem solving, and the staff really knows each child and their family. Our child is thriving there!

- submitted by a parent
June 10, 2010
Our appreciation of Evergreen has grown immensely over our seven years of involvement. Our highly capable son had struggled to build friendships in the very good public school he had previously attended. His teachers at Evergreen immediately went to work on building his self confidence while engaging and challenging him intellectually. Today, my son races to school where he happily interacts with his many friends and enthusiastically embraces the rigorous curriculum. The parent group is wonderfully intelligent and diverse. This is a school that does many things well and continually pushes itself to improve.

- submitted by a parent
May 28, 2010
Evergreen has a 50 year history of gifted education. As a parent and former student I have watched it grow and improve. Among the many things it does well is provide individualized education is areas where student achievement can be variable (like math), and create a rich and stimulating environment. Every student studies a language. Every student participates in drama and music. The students really love school. Sometimes I wish it was more "hardcore." My 4th grader doesn't have homework every night! But then I realize these are the professional educators and probably are better than me at finding the right balance that won't burn my kid out in elementary school. Even thought I am an alum, we looked at the other comparable schools -- UCDS, Seattle Country Day, etc. We are very, very satisfied.

- submitted by a parent
May 23, 2010
excellent school. loving, filled with accepting gifted children and a very in-depth curricculum. The middle school is the best part, however, with an amazing art program and fantastic teachers. Not too small, not too big. Will get your kids started for highschool and beyond. In 8th grade, the grade goes on a month long trip to a third world country, usaully vietnam, doing charity work and exploring. What a fantastic experience! The Evergreen school is also a green school, having won a Green Globe award for thier enviormental stewardship merits. Students will learn, through hard work and experience, how to be enviormentally conscious, successful, and much more.

- submitted by a community member
March 28, 2010
We've been at Evergreen for years & have the last of 3 kids finishing up there now. While we have mostly been happy, it is definitely not the school that it was. The school has grown (overall a good thing) but but the teaching staff has diminished in recent years: increasing homogeneity, smugness & professional blandness, esp. in the lower (5th & lower) grades. The teachers with passion & quirks are retiring or being eased out. The math & science programs have been weak. The Global Studies program & attention to other cultures are great, as is the community & the after school program. They've worked to increase diversity (good) but it has been accompanied by a similar increase in getting, retaining relatively 'easy' kids -ones who will test well,sit patiently. These days the emphasis on the child (vs the institution) has declined.

- submitted by a parent
November 18, 2009
My family has had wonderful experiences here the last four years. It's a fallacy to think that all highly capable children learn the same way and at the same pace so I wonder about the expectations some of these parents who've submitted negative reviews had coming into the school? No school is perfect but I know that my children love going to school, are progressing at or above their grade level, and are learning about themselves and the world around them in unique and varied ways. The teachers are dedicated and skilled. The narrative assessments we receive twice a year are detailed and informative. We are not a wealthy family and have made sacrifices to send our children here without regret. Rather than rely on anonymous reviews, however, that can sometimes be skewed with sour grapes schedule a visit and see for yourself. I've found it a wonderful place.

- submitted by a parent
November 11, 2009
Two of our children attended the Evergreen School from Pre-K through 4th Grade. Our experience was uniformly excellent. We especially liked the emphasis on individual learning styles, critical thinking skills, and social/emotional development. The school's strong focus on sustainability and global studies were also important to our family. My wife and I both did a lot of volunteering at the school, and this did a lot to enhance our understanding and appreciation of Evergreen's unique and abiding strengths.

- submitted by a parent
November 11, 2009
Our family is in our second year at Evergreen School and have had a wonderful experience thus far. We started at another school and had difficult mornings of stomach-aches and not wanting to go to school. At Evergreen, these issues dissolved and our child is thriving socially and intellectually. We feel lucky to be a part of this community.

- submitted by a parent
November 11, 2009
Our daughter has been at the Evergreen School since 2005 and we have totally loved it. The teachers stand out as an incredible asset; the school does a great job attracting and retaining incredibly talented teachers, in part by setting high standards but also giving teachers freedom in the classroom within the performance expectations. The school's focus on social and emotional growth as a key complement to academics has shown through as unique among independent schools in Seattle (multiple full time counselors on staff who run friendship circles and contribute to the curriculum across the board. On the practical side, the after care program is second to none in it flexibility -- a no fuss approach to supporting families with after school care needs. And the after school activities at school are so terrific, it makes it hard not to over-schedule the little munchkins.

- submitted by a parent
November 10, 2009
This is an amazing school that served both of my children well even though they have very different learning styles. The program was excellent at preparing my eldest child for high school at Lakeside both in terms of academic rigor and organizational skills. In fact the Evergreen program allowed for placement (through testing at Lakeside) into higher level classes in language and math as a 9th grader. The arts and academic programs are a perfect fit for my youngest child - all in a safe and nurturing social environment. The teachers are excellent and in touch with the needs of each child. They work hard at, and succeed at, providing academic challenge, while helping the children develop the organizational skills needed in high school and college. I can't say enough great things about Evergreen. It is a wonderful place to learn and to grow.

- submitted by a parent
November 10, 2009
Our middle schooler has been at The Evergreen School since kindergarten, and the school may just be one of the best things that s ever happened to her. As an unusually bright, sensitive child and an extreme perfectionist, she is easily bored by insufficiently challenging academics and tends to place unreasonable demands upon herself. After decades of experience with gifted children with similar intellectual appetites and emotional quirks, this school gets her completely. The faculty have been quick to evaluate her scholastic needs and have kept her challenged and engaged. As a result she is working years ahead of grade level in math and has writing and presentation skills beyond those of many college students. What s marvelous though, is that the faculty has accomplished this by harnessing her own drive and enthusiasm, rather than subjecting her to stressful, competitive performance pressure.

- submitted by a parent
November 10, 2009
Evergreen has been a wonderful fit for our family! Our kids have consistently loved going to school and are challenged without feeling pushed. Evergreen is very nurturing and puts a high premium on the emotional development of the kids. The teachers are caring and creative and the community is wonderful.

- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2009
Evergreen is a school that has their values in the right place. They value the whole child and consider social development and emotional well-being to be critical to academic success. They do not focus on performance and outcomes (though I have been very impressed with the work my children have produced there) but on encouraging children to be intrinsically motivated and to love learning. Parents who want to see their kids working many grade-levels ahead will be disappointed. Most kids work one or two grade levels ahead, but more emphasis is placed on breadth and depth of study. This means that kids get more out of each grade level. The program is also very rich in terms of specialists: 3 world languages are offered starting in kindergarten; child-centered music program, fine arts, environmental stewardship, many levels of diversity, some of it obvious by looking at their staff and students, world culture...

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 09, 2009
My daughter is in her 5th year at Evergreen and started in their pre-school program. She absolutely loves it there and truly has a love and curiosity for learning. They approach the 'whole child' with an emphasis on social and emotional development in addition to a well-rounded and elastic curriculum. She is challenged and exposed to many cultures, languages and perspectives to nurture and become a citizen-of-the-world. As a parent, I've felt the parent body, teachers and administrators to be very inclusive--It's not about socio-economic status. Each of my daughter's teachers over the years are so connected with my daughter--it's as if they know her heartbeat--and that's helped with her educational and social development. We will probably stay there thru 8th grade.

- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2009
About 5 years ago, Evergreen made a questionable hire for the head of their primary division. This may explain some people's negative experiences in communicating with the administration. That person is gone and a great replacement has been in for a few years. We have experienced many wonderful examples of newer teachers (2-4 years at Evergreen). I think the school has done a good job in recent years of letting go of the 'duds' and keeping the gems. Overall, the teacher turnover is low and there are many gifted teachers at this school! The teachers understand the kids on many levels. The few teachers we have had problems with are gone. The school is always working to improve what they can without losing what is working!

- submitted by a parent
November 03, 2009
Focused on learning about the world not just America. Small class sizes. Engaged teachers that bring out the kids' potential. Our son is loving math and science!

- submitted by a parent
May 26, 2009
Disappointing. We've had many discussions with our child's teachers and have met nothing but resistance when we've asked for instruction and work at our child's skill level. As a result, our child does work that she could do literally years ago and has become increasingly upset about going to school. The teachers we've encountered seem to believe that no changes need to be made and that work a year ahead of grade level is sufficient for everyone. We've also been surprised at how wild the students often are. We've seen no attempt to teach children the courtesy of being quiet in the hall so as not to disturb other classes. Severely disruptive children are allowed to continue on at the school year after year, making it difficult for both teachers and other

- submitted by a parent
April 04, 2009
This school is very strong, but uneven. The best teachers have left, and other really good ones are nearing retirment. There are still some exceptional teachers, and if your child has them you cannot ask for more. However, there are other teachers that are very mediocre and then it is a collosal waste of family financial resources. The way to 'game the system' is to know who the good teachers are and make sure your child gets them. Although there are many very bright students at this school, there are also plenty of students that do not seem gifted at all. I guess they are all bright enough. THe middle school is the best part of the school. It develops the child socially, as well as academically. With monthly middle school social activities, everyone who wants to be is socially included.

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2009
Having been at Evergreen for years, I endorse the comment that many of the best teachers are now gone and the replacements have been mixed. The administration is unresponsive to many parents concerns and has failed to fix the long-standing inadequacy of the math program at all levels. I would not send a child there now.

- submitted by a parent
March 25, 2009
After looking at numerous public and private schools in the Seattle area - both for highly capable students and otherwise I feel very fortunate that my son is going to Evergreen. The school is nurturing and supportive. The children appeared to be 'stretched' academically not 'stressed' and from what I understand are well prepared for schools like Lakeside. I was attracted to the school's approach to learning - learning as 'fun'. Students in my son's classroom have different strengths - some students are working up two grade levels above in math while others are working grade levels above in reading. All appear to be challenged by course work at their level. I was also interested in my son honing is social skills. The school is accomplishing both and is open to suggests and discussions on how to tweak things as well for the specific needs of a student.

- submitted by a parent
March 07, 2009
We are happy to be part of this incredible community. My daughters have very different learning styles, yet each has thrived here. The teachers are exceptionally talented and dedicated. They really KNOW my kids and stretch each to learn in her own way. Along with outstanding academic education, there is a big focus on social and emotional development, with an atmosphere of mutual respect, curiosity, and inquiry among students, teachers, staff, and parents. The school community is supportive and inclusive. There is economic, racial, family-structure, and other diversity, along with a strong emphasis to increase diversity even more. Before- and after-care programs and summer programs are great. Expansive, safe campus. Big emphasis on each person's place in and responsibility for the world, especially regarding the environment, other countries, and how we treat each other every day. The school is thriving, and so are we, in large part because of it.

- submitted by a parent
December 05, 2008
We had high hopes for Evergreen. The school talks a good talk about meeting the needs of different kids. The reality has played out somewhat differently. I now understand first-hand why some families of exceptionally gifted children have left the school. Evergreen does a passable job with the less gifted kids, which is a majority of their population. They do not seem willing to make any accommodations for kids who are achieving years beyond their grade level, however, regardless of how much the child herself may ask for it. Our daughter is really frustrated that the teacher 'won't let' her learn anything. When we requested that the teacher separate the class into groups to be able to give her and some other kids more appropriate work, the teacher refused. What's the point of 15 kids in a class if they're all doing the same thing regardless of level?

- submitted by a parent
November 19, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
November 16, 2008
Evergreen has been a wonderful school for my daughter and has met most things on my checklist. There is a huge commitment to diversity. The teachers go above and beyond what we were hoping for. The Global Studies program is really in-depth. My daughter 'lucked into' a great class of smart, friendly, compassionate kids and we will be very sad when Graduation day rolls around. However, if your kid needs any sort of extended education (acceleration, harder material, etc.) be aware that some teachers are more ready to try this than others. Also, there is no sort of behavior and special ed program, but there are some excellent counselors on hand. All in all, two minor blips on an otherwise fantastic school. (And did I mention the beautiful campus and huge environmental awareness program?)

- submitted by a parent
November 07, 2008
We have been very happy with the quality of education at Evergreen. They focus on global responsibilty, and have found a way to be leaders in our community. My son is thriving and getting so much out of his education. They do an excellent job at focusing on the child's individual qualties and needs. I really like their World Language progam, and am seeing a lot of improvement in arts and music too.

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
April 22, 2008
Great teachers and lots of opportunities to broaden the minds of kids growing up in a global world. We love the focus on international studies, and languages other than English. A very diverse community and not just for those in the very high income bracket.

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no rating December 03, 2007
Good afterschool programs and great families. As for academics we thought it was overrated. It was difficult to measure any progress with our kids since they don't give traditional grades and don't believe in standardized testing (except to get in). The school has experienced growing pains and may have lost their way but overral it is still a good school. As long as you don't set you expectations too high you won't be dissapointed.

- submitted by a parent
September 07, 2007
This is a great school for gifted students. Our daughter was nurtured by some fantastic teachers in the younger grades and then invigorated and challenged by a rigorous program and energetic teachers in the upper grades. The school gradually increases expectations and responsibilities as they children get older, and the ability of my child to be an independent worker, to be proud of her achievements and tolerant of her mistakes is amazing. She is a good team worker, loves to learn, and is ready to confidently enter the world. The music and sports programs have improved immensely, especially after the school built a gym and small theater. Exceptional after-school program, especially chess. The campus is beautiful, and there is a good focus on being environmentally responsible. Wonderful parent body - diverse, tolerant, fun people committed to helping make the school great.

- submitted by a parent
April 18, 2007
I find the school a center of excellence in the greater Seattle area. My children receive an excellent education tailored to their abilities and learning styles. You get what you pay for, and with Evergreen you get that and more!

- submitted by a parent
August 07, 2006
Public image of the school and quality of education is overrated. Some good teachers retired, left, or were even encouraged to leave. School is lacking core of great teachers.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2006
Very disappointed with this school... I don't find this school to be a school for 'gifted' children. Some are struggling with academics and have behavior problems. Some of the teachers are incompetent and emotionally hurtful to children. Many of the teachers seem burnt out. Surprisingly, the administration did nothing about some of these teachers for over 10 years even though the parents complained year after year. One thing they do offer is good extracurricular activities.

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2006
I had two children that went to Evergreen from Preschool through 6th grade. Overall I think the quality of the academic programs in the early elementary grades was very strong. I was much less impressed with the middle school. In my opinion there are some really amazing teachers, and there are some real duds. I also feel it's well known who the duds are, but not much is done to get rid of them. We loved the community feel of the school. There is lots of parental involvement and lots of different ways to be involved. Our main reason for leaving was finacial. We have a third child, and we could not afford to enroll them, so we decided to move everyone to public school. We are very happy with that decision. The arts at Evergreen are excellent. Afterschool sports opportunities are much better at public school.

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December 02, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
October 06, 2005
We were recommended to this school by Dr. Fred Provenzano after he evaluated our first grader. We are extremely happy with the school. It requires a bit more of parent involvement than most, but worth it.

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March 29, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
July 07, 2004
Evergreen is a good academic school for gifted children, but our experience was that it lacked attention to the social interactions of the children and that caused some very hurtful and problematic situations. In particular for our child, there were others who shunned the newcomer and much exclusion that the teacher and staff did not deal with at all. It was well into the year when we discovered this as our child did not say anything about it, and we had to pressure the school to do anything to try to remedy the situation, or apologize in a meaningful way. I belive it left a very lasting impact on this young person. I would be very careful to check this school out before sending a student here; perhaps they're paying more attention to this now.

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The Evergreen School
15201 Meridian Avenue North, Shoreline, WA  98133
(206) 364-2650
Last modified The Evergreen School is a Private school that serves grades PK-8
The Evergreen School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 53 reviews. Top