Circle Cross Ranch K8 School
Queen Creek, AZ 85232
About This School
In 2011, Circle Cross Ranch K8 School had 21 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Arizona average is 21 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Circle Cross Ranch K8 School Reviews
I am a 7th grader attending CCR, and love it here! The teachers are really great-not 'she let's me off the hook for a lot of things, so she's cool' kind of teachers, but the 'she helps me to understand my assigned work more clearly, and she judges fairly throughout the entire classroom' kind of teacher. As a student here, I would recommend this school for a lot of kids. When I first came here, I had a low 60% in math, and now I'm up to an 84%, with a goal of at least 90%. As for the Aleks program, that must have improved a lot, also. It has helped me improve my math grade(as you can see)a lot. As for the other subjects, I have came from a mid 80% to a 90%. The other kids here are also quite amazing. Everyone is so friendly and welcoming, it's a nice environment to go through middle school in. I don't feel as much peer pressure as I did at my old school, and that's coming from someone who went to a uniform prepatory school. I hope that anyone considering sending there child to CCR does, because it's a safe environment to put them into.
I am a student at this school and there are some ups and downs about it! I'm going into the 8th grade and from what happened in 6th and 7th its an O.K. school. Some teachers are really helpful and there are some who take the time too set a time too tutor you wether it's early in the morning or afterschool!
Hello, I am a parent of two students in circle cross ranch they been in this school for about two months now, I feel that this school is missing a lot of things, for example my daughter strugles in math and we were told she needs to go to this special class aleks, well I have asked her what she learned , she said not much cuz this class is just sitting in front of a computer and click click click I taught a real teacher was going to help this kids to understand better math.. most of the time they don't even know were kids are suposse to be either after school program or aleks or bus, they just can't answer a simple question there is no organization but what can I expect is a public school one day I will afford a private school and the story will be different, a teacher that can take the time to explain step by step not just go non stop until the bell rings and thats it. give 8 pages of homework and if they didn't organize homework right ,(even tho it was done) the kid has to stay a full day, I can't wait for my contract to be over so I can take my kids out of this school.
I am absolutely appalled that my son was told by his teacher that there is no Santa! The belief systems that I practice in my house hold may not be important to the school but they are important to me and my choice as a parent. If I wanted my son to think that Santa didn't exist I would have told him myself!