Isaac E Imes School

(2.6/5)

(623) 237 - 4000

6625 North 56th Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85301

City: Glendale
State:AZ
Zip code: 85301

Grades: PK-8 & Ungraded

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 600 - 620

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 93%

Students per Class: 20

White: 87%, Black: 2%, Hispanic: 5%, Asian: 2%, Other: 4%

Isaac E Imes School

(2.6/5)

(623) 237 - 4000

6625 North 56th Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85301

City: Glendale
State: AZ
Zip code: 85301

Grades: PK-8 & Ungraded

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 600 - 620

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 93%

Students per Class: 20

White: 87%, Black: 2%, Hispanic: 5%, Asian: 2%, Other: 4%

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Timmy Hullaby
2023-01-06T08:05:02Z
(1/5)
Timmy Hullaby
2023-01-06T08:05:02Z
(1/5)

It was a mistake to send our sons here. My oldest has a disability and it took 6 months and 17 referrals to accommodate him--by then school was out. The staff said they would help, but all we got were lies. Grades dropped, and our youngest begged to change schools for the following year. Even the math teacher didn't understand his disability, though if action had been taken sooner, their experience may have been different. If your kids are good students or have any sort of disability this is not the school for them--run! Charter schools in the area will bus your children; our daughter goes there with no issues and is on honor roll for the 2nd time this year. The teachers should care about their students as much as they care about raises!

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wicked reality
2023-01-05T17:40:02Z
(2/5)
wicked reality
2023-01-05T17:40:02Z
(2/5)

I had my kids in this school from kindergarten to fourth grade, but they didn't learn as much as I'd hoped. They couldn't spell, tell time nor do basic math. The afterschool program was a joke – all they did was read and color with no help with homework or tutoring on subjects they needed help with during school hours. There were times when my children would go one to two weeks without homework because "the printer was broken" and communication with teachers was also an issue; emails, calls and appointments often went without response. It seemed that the same work packets were used over and over again all year long. All that seemed to happen in class is coloring and playing! I've recently moved them both to another school where they are completely lost! I'm working alongside their new teachers to get them back on track – 2 stars for this school only because the teachers were nice, but not very good at teaching skills. If you have the option of sending your child somewhere else other than IMES, then it is recommended that you do so!

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Esteban Rodriguez
2016-02-29T03:41:43Z
(5/5)
Esteban Rodriguez
2016-02-29T03:41:43Z
(5/5)

I attended a school prior to this one, and the new one I am at is not up to par. For example, we learned multiplication in 6th grade at my previous school, but here they teach it in 3rd grade. This has helped me progress quickly.

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Jack Frosty
2015-12-14T07:26:03Z
(2/5)
Jack Frosty
2015-12-14T07:26:03Z
(2/5)

I was beside myself when the principal told my daughter that no school has had a bully-free year, and even this year some kid is swinging at her. They won't do anything until she gets hit, so good luck. The school isn't great.

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Flor Quinonez
2015-02-03T00:43:43Z
(3/5)
Flor Quinonez
2015-02-03T00:43:43Z
(3/5)

Its ok but atlest its very big ˜

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