ALL SCHOOL REVIEWS AND RATINGS NEAR 85028

Total: 19 Schools

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BASIS Phoenix

(3/5)

(602) 542 - 5393

11850 North 32nd Street Phoenix, AZ 85028

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 700 - 720

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 50%

Students per Class: 15

White: 44%, Black: 4%, Hispanic: 44%, Asian: 1%, Other: 7%

H C

(1/5)

Update The Art teacher Erica Brown is one of the teachers who needs to be talked to you She is unfair in the way she treats studentsnnI am thinking of withdrawing my daughter from this school Even my friends have voiced more ...

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Mercury Mine Elementary School

(602) 449 - 2000

9640 North 28th Street Phoenix, AZ 85028

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 550 - 570

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 15%

Students per Class: 20

White: 71%, Black: 3%, Hispanic: 19%, Asian: 1%, Other: 6%

No reviews

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Shadow Mountain High School

(2.8/5)

(602) 449 - 2000

2902 East Shea Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85028

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 35%

Students per Class: 20

White: 54%, Black: 6%, Hispanic: 30%, Asian: 2%, Other: 8%

Nicole Scrivo

(5/5)

I teach at a charter and feel the teachers my son has had and currently have are better than hes had at the Great Hearts Academymany of the teachers are inexperienced or do not have a teaching degree and at the same leve more ...

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Shea Middle School

(3/5)

(602) 449 - 2000

2728 East Shea Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85028

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 630 - 650

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 45%

Students per Class: 15

White: 56%, Black: 5%, Hispanic: 30%, Asian: 2%, Other: 7%

Jayden Wise

(5/5)

Awesome Teachers are wonderful do not allow bullying The teachers will take time just to talk to a student Teachers are very understanding they make learning fun Overall teachers are great New principal Scott Lawrence is more ...

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Desert Cove Elementary School

(4.8/5)

(602) 449 - 2000

11020 North 28th Street Phoenix, AZ 85028

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 470 - 490

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 40%

Students per Class: 15

White: 62%, Black: 4%, Hispanic: 26%, Asian: 1%, Other: 7%

Alistair May

(5/5)

Great school this is where I went my nieces and nephews went and is where my kids go This school has worked very hard to make sure the staff and parents work well together You know its a good school when teachers I ha more ...