About This School
In 2010, La Jolla Country Day School had 10 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The California average is 24 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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La Jolla Country Day School Reviews
I am so dissatisfied.. After many years of paying 26k+ in tuition the majority of students went to average schools that public students go to.
When I approached the school to find out about the success of college placement with students that graduated they " didn't have that kind of data" many of my students friends were in Mesa college by year two..
What kind of college prep is this? I struggle to pay this tuition and it doesn't make a difference for anyone in the long run so I'm yanking my kids.
The good: Beautiful/state-of-the-art, very safe campus. Challenging academics. Well-organized. Mostly happy kids, teachers and admin. Not religious (although the Jewish presence is very prominent). Good, no-cut sports programs. For girls, the volleyball and basketball squads are better than most college teams. The bad: Expensive. A few brats and "plastic" parents (but not as many as you would think). Conclusion: If you can afford it, this is the "gold standard" of college prep schools in San Diego.
This school is the most awesome school you could ever go to! The teachers are very nice and so are the students.