Frank Borman School

(3.8/5)

(623) 691 - 4000

3637 North 55th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85031

City: Phoenix
State:AZ
Zip code: 85031

Grades: PK-8

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 86%

Students per Class: 20

White: 89%, Black: 2%, Hispanic: 4%, Asian: 1%, Other: 4%

Frank Borman School

(3.8/5)

(623) 691 - 4000

3637 North 55th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85031

City: Phoenix
State: AZ
Zip code: 85031

Grades: PK-8

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 86%

Students per Class: 20

White: 89%, Black: 2%, Hispanic: 4%, Asian: 1%, Other: 4%

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Beatriz Ingles
2023-01-13T13:35:01Z
(5/5)
Beatriz Ingles
2023-01-13T13:35:01Z
(5/5)

The principal and office staff are very kind, and the teachers care for their students. I have much respect for Mr Payton, a 7th grade teacher who effectively manages his students so they don't get into trouble. Unfortunately, there are some exceptions that criticize parents more than students, causing bullying among them instead of encouraging them to do well academically. From my experience as a parent years ago, I can say this is generally a good school that strives to improve every year; it has made me a better parent in the end. Therefore, I highly recommend this school to other parents.

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bianca gonzales
2018-05-11T01:04:12Z
(1/5)
bianca gonzales
2018-05-11T01:04:12Z
(1/5)

I had to remove my son from Frank Borman after he was bullied, coming home with ripped shirts, bruises, and a pencil stab wound. Every time I tried to talk to the principal she just suggested therapy for him because he was scared to tell her what had happened. When I transferred him to a new school they informed me that he was far behind academically. It's been a few months since he's been there, and he has grown more content in his learning environment as well as developing so much more knowledge.

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Kevin Mcclintock
2015-07-04T16:51:43Z
(4/5)
Kevin Mcclintock
2015-07-04T16:51:43Z
(4/5)

My experiences at Frank Borman Jr. High in the mid-70s have shaped me into who I am today. Back then, it was only a junior high school, but now I see it has morphed into an elementary and middle school-- times sure have changed! Nonetheless, I will always be grateful for the teachers who taught me there. Thank you!

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Sammys World
2015-05-07T00:03:44Z
(5/5)
Sammys World
2015-05-07T00:03:44Z
(5/5)

Frank Borman was an amazing school i loved it i will give it 5 stars i wish i still went there!!!

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Ruben Martinez
2015-02-14T06:34:29Z
(4/5)
Ruben Martinez
2015-02-14T06:34:29Z
(4/5)

The school was pleasant, yet the administrators and staff seemed to put more emphasis on creating a nice atmosphere than meeting our educational needs.

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