About This School
A school's Academic Performance Index (API) is a scale that ranges from 200 to 1000 and is calculated from the school's performance in the Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Program. The state has set 800 as the API target for all schools to meet.
Cherry Chase Elementary School had an API growth score of 955 in 2012. California uses the Academic Performance Index (API) to measure annual school performance and year-to-year improvement. Cherry Chase Elementary School's 2012 base score was 966, however the school did meet its 2012 school-wide growth target.
In 2010, Cherry Chase Elementary School had 21 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The California average is 24 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Cherry Chase Elementary School Reviews
Wonderful school. #1 Sunnyvale public school. Parents try to get their children into this school, where in-school/after-school opportunities surpass most private paid institutions (there are over 14 after school opportunities). Wonderful teaching staff, communication is open and parent participation is the life blood of the school.
I grew up in the Cherry Chase neighborhood and went to Cherry Chase School 3-6th grades. Now I teach there. It's an incredible place with focused students and fabulous family. The neighborhood is still like the good ol' days. I love you Cherry Chase!
Cherry Chase is a great school. I have two children attending (K and 3rd). I don't know what this other person by "difficult area and coming back from hard times". CC is located in a wonderful part of Sunnyvale. It's the number 1 rated school in the Sunnyvale School District. Cumberland is awesome as well. We have great homes, great parents, super kids and fantastic teachers.
Cherry Chase is a nice school. I love the teachers and special music programs and computer class.
Cherry Chase Elementary school is in a difficult area and coming back from some very hard times. Our students here are no different than anywhere else. They are good kids. They lack a little motivation sometimes but they are wonderful young men and women. They strive to be the best they can be and we are making great strides in that direction.
Cherry Chase is a lovely elementary school. The teachers teach my kids a lot of things and I feel they're receiving a good education.
My children are just starting out in Fraser and so far we've been more than happy with the school and have loved all the teachers.
Foothill Adventist School has excellent teachers and staff who work tirelessly to make sure that they are teaching the whole student, and not just subjects. As a parent, I know that my children are excited to go to school every morning; especially my older child who is in the 5th grade. Her teacher has a reward system that allows her accumulate points for both being early or on time attendance and completing her work on time. I know for my child that a healthy reward system motivates her, so the morning hazzle has been eliminated by the teacher's healthy reward system. My younger children like the fact that their teacher is smart, gentle, kind and yet firm with them. She holds them accountable for their behaviours. My children also love their teachers and their school principal and the rest of the staff and volunteers, because they know we are all working as a team on their behalf. The school has a great PTO who listen to the parents, teachers and students' concerns and make sure they are directed to the appropriate people and addressed. The school make sure that there are fun activities that help motivate the kids in learning. Appart from the great classroom curriculum and field trips, there are also great extra-curricular activities like; spanish, chinese, drama, voice choir, bell choir, and basketball. They have an anual science fair that is spectacular. If you are looking for private school where you know you are part of the solution of any issues that may arise by talking to teachers, principal, staff, school board and even other parents, to make sure the right solution is being applied to all the students, then join Foothill Adventist School in Milpitas. For me, when my kids are happy to learn, then, they learn happily.
My son went through Cherry Chase Elementary and is now in the high school. Parent and teacher communication is very open. When concerns surfaced, the teachers did an excellent job to open the classroom to listen and give advice.