Carmel Middle School
Colorado Springs, CO 80910
About This School
In 2011, Carmel Middle School had 11 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Colorado average is 17 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Carmel Middle School Reviews
This school has undergone dramatic change both the physical classroom as well as teachers. They are dedicated to achievement for all students. There is a homework zone as well as teachers who are willing to meet and offer tutoring after school. They make every opportunity to meet with parents and go over areas students could use additional help in for parents willing to put time into their child's educational life. Carmel makes use of many community resources for activities not currently offered at the school at this time such as the Y and the conservatory for those who are musically inclined. There is a plethora of additional activities offered in the last period of the day to include computer programing, step, cheer leading, as well as the traditional sport activities of basketball, soccer, and tae-kwon-do just to name a few. The school may not be perfect, but they are doing every thing they can to see our students achieve.
Carmel has Performing Arts and Visual Arts currently as well as Chinese and Technology. The teachers are great and the after school activities are truly amazing!
I think I may be taking my son out of this school. Not even half the students are proficient. Just because we are a low income neighborhood doesnt make it ok for our students not to even make half of what the state requires. SHAME on Carmel staff and the administrators that allow this non productive school to stay this way with out becoming a charter that would require excellence or the school loses their student dollars or even closes down!!
This school has NO fine arts offered. You would think that in a Century 21 school that there would be band or choir or drama or visual arts or perhaps dance. How short-sighted it is to not include these important subjects for this age-level of students.
this school is very dramatic