About This School
In 2010, Azalea Park Baptist School had 12 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Azalea Park Baptist School Reviews
Wonderful Christian School! Professional, creative, caring staff!
I have been associated with Azalea Park Baptist School for almost 20 years, both as a parent, and an educator. I believe the solid educational base combined with experiential-hands on learning experiences (such as labs, butterfly garden, UCF student volunteer involvement, National Park Services involvement, athletics, music, and more) creates an environment for learning that students are engaged in through out their school years. This school is SAFE! Your child will be well cared for during the school day, as well as before/after school care in a loving Christian atmosphere. What a comfort to know while you are at work, your child is learning, growing, and becoming a responsible person. I encourage you to stop by for a visit to understand how APBS has successfully educated children for 53 years!
My daughter's years at Azalea Park Baptist School prepared her for the success she achieved later on in her school career. The teachers are professional, creative and loving. The curriculum is adaptable, yet challenging and engaging. We loved the family atmosphere within the richly diverse student population. I would highly recommend the school to any family.
I have two children that currently attend and one that just graduated from this school. We all LOVE this school! The staff at the school are caring, loving, supportive, and smart. My children enjoy the different fundraisers they have and look forward to them. My children beg me to return back to the school each year....
While the school may be an older building, you won't find a more loving and caring staff ANYWHERE! The education they provide is wonderful and the atmosphere is positive and God loving. True, they have fun little ways to raise money for field trips or special projects like pajama day, silly hat day or selling treats ect. But it isn't mandatory that everyone participate, is $2 really too much to ask for??? If yes... don't wear pajamas or a silly hat!!! What's the difference between that and other schools selling candy and gift items or having car washes every weekend FREE EDUCATION??? If it were free wouldn't there be a lot more students in each class? There are quite a few scholarship oppertunities out there for ANYONE to see if they qualify. Nothing in life is free. Tuition costs change according to grade everyone is treated equally. I'm pretty sure they have spanish, music, art, computer, christian living... I'm maybe forgetting something. They've had a soccer and volleyball team for several years now and even basketball.
This school is a fantastic place for your children to grow up. So many former students have come back to enroll their children, obviously the experience they had at A.P.B.S. has made an unforgetable impression on their lives. The staff here has brought so many children to Christ and made a difference in sooo many lives... God is in this place!!!!!
Azalea Park Baptist is a dirty, run-down school with no real educational programs or activities to speak of. They nickle and dime the parents for everything. The teachers care about the kids, but with so many kids getting free educations, the cost for the paying kids is higher. No real art, science, sports, creative outlets, etc. If you think you're saving money on a private school, think again. Your child deserves better.
I have taught elementary music at Azalea Park Baptist School for 40 years. Through the years the school has continually maintained a high standard of excellence in all scholastic areas. Our teachers are - and always have been - loving, caring and supportive. This is clearly evidenced by the fact that they possess a strong love for their Lord and Savior - Jesus Christ. APBS has a smaller enrollment, as compared to other schools, but this only allows for a stronger "family" atmosphere in the classroom. Our school goes "overboard" to work with each student individually to make certain that they remain on the right path -- scholastically and spiritually. I remain extremely proud to be an Azalea Park Baptist School Crusader.