About This School
In 2010, The Crenshaw School had 7 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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The Crenshaw School Reviews
Do not put your child here
Nobody has a clue what they are doing at that school. No sports, no activities, no clubs, no tutoring or staying after school for help. Just bad teachers and a bad principal.
Excellent education and environment
The quality of an education is not based on the location or the look and style of a brick and mortar building but the proven academic track record and results. The Stanford Achievement Test (SAT) scores for Crenshaw students speak for themselves. It is used to measure academic knowledge and conducted methodically on an annual basis by The Crenshaw School to ensure that students are provided a quality education and are reaching their full academic potential. As the saying goes, "the proof is in the pudding." Simply inquire as to the school's overall standardized scores - that has the greatest standing and substance. The proof is our eldest daughter's SAT scores in applying to some of the top universities in the country. The Crenshaw School has exceeded our academic expectations. Simply look at some the universities that graduates from Crenshaw have or are attending. There is no other school that is up to the challenge for our family in our high expectations.
Crenshaw is a great school
Crenshaw has great academics and a small friendly environment.My kids are very happy here.
Excellent school with small classes and dedicated teachers.
My child is having a positive experience for middle school and has improved academically and become an independent student. We are happy with the teachers and principals communication and always been able to get issues resolved in a timely manner. The other children are very nice to my child.
As a past parent in this school, I cannot recommend this school.