Camelot Elementary School
Orlando, FL 32828
About This School
In 2011, Camelot Elementary School had 15 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Camelot Elementary School Reviews
Caring, Motivated and Dedicated Staff
We love our school! My daughters love their teachers and look forward to every school day, which makes for one very happy mom. My kids have made great progress and I feel that they are being well prepared for the upper grades. Their confidence level is high, and I give their great teachers the credit for that.
This is the worst elementary school in the whole of Orange county district, some of teachers are self absorbing, unprofessional and do not care about the students, neither do they even have the right early childhood teaching skills. The methods of discipline in this school is scary and parents need to be cautious. Especially the VPK program being funded by tax payers monies, this is nothing but a joke, the teachers of this program are nothing but glorified baby sitters, with unethical and unprofessional approach to early childhood learning and discipline. As a parent I could not put up with this anymore I had to withdraw my child from this school, no regrets at all because he is in a better school where the teachers and principal know what it is to teach and educate. (Edited for content by Education.com staff.)
My kids love this school and their teachers. They are very caring and both of my children are doing great. They have been very blessed by having the best teachers. They both are advanced in math, spelling and reading. Keep doing a great job.
The teacher to student ratio is good and the school is in good shape and seems to be run efficiently. The teachers I have encountered however are terrible. My son is currently in 1st grade and has two teachers for 12 students and yet they still can't find the time to actually teach them to read. They give them 4 sight words a week and then complain that at the end of the week the students can't read a 90 word short story that's full of words they haven't been taught. The teacher has not even taught the students what vowels are or any of the instrumental things that go along with learning to read all they do is make them memorize certain words. They don't even teach spelling and their school test scores reflect this with a rating of 4 out of ten. I would advise not sending your student here if at all possible