About This School
In 2011, Barbara and Hank Greenspun Middle School had 24 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Nevada average is 20 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Barbara and Hank Greenspun Middle School Reviews
Students bulling other new students, counselors ignoring parent's complaints who come to them for help to stop the bullying of their children!!!
I love Greenspun! I would most definitely recommend this school. The teachers care and let you stay after school to catch up, the students there are well behaved, they have an excellent selection of electives and club, and they reward good grades/behavior. If you want to have a good learning experience, then attend Greenspun Junior High! Go Dolphins!
Administration very lax on disciplining students who bully other students, do not like parents who are advocates for their children. Very arrogant when it comes to listening to parent's complaints who come to them for help to stop the bullying of their children!!!
Barbara and Hank Greenspun Middle School is a really good school with a great band and very good teachers. go dolphins!
Limited accelerated classes, English and Math only for 6th and 7th grade. Not at all up to par with Bob Miller or Del Webb. Have actually compared the course curriculum at Greenspum with Bob Miller and Del Webb's accelerated classes. Greenspun is at a much slower pace, resulting in areas of the curriculum that are not even covered. Not a good academic experience for an advanced above grade level student. I would not recommend Greenspun Middle School. Unfortunately, Greenspun students will not be ready for honors or advanced placement courses in high school. It truly is a shame. I understand that at one time this was one of the top, if not the top rated middle schools in the valley.
The library looks like a REAL library, not just a school library. I can't wait for the first day!
I love this school.