School 15-Children's School of Rochester (The)
Rochester, NY 14607
About This School
In 2011, School 15-Children's School of Rochester (The) had 10 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New York average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Subsidized Lunch (2011)
District Spending (2010)
Grade 3 Math Performance
School 15-Children's School of Rochester (The) Reviews
Good public school. Very organized and protective of its students.
Students learn not only math and science but to respect each other and each other's views. Staff don't miss opportunities to meet with parents and they're very attentive to students' and parents' needs and concerns. They create briefings and host international dinner to gather families and students.
This school was recommended to me by my friend who was working as a bus driver for Rochester School District and I have no regrets that I enrolled my kid. Now my second child is in 5th grade and doing very well there. I also want mention the front desk staff. It's always a pleasure to speak to them. Always helpful and professional.
As all public schools, it has limitations and obstacles, but the best support is a parent support. Pay attention to your kid's education and "go to school" with your kid. Don't blame school; blame yourself if you have done nothing and do not know what your kid is studying in school. Leave school alone and it not the school's fault your child is behind.
I love this school and its vibe.
This school is phenomenal – dedicated staff, diverse student body, and aspiring mission and vision. You feel good vibes the minute you enter the building. Students graduate with a global vision of the world and a high degree of cultural competency. Check it out.
This is an innovative and progressive model. although it is not right nor every student, many of the students thrive in this school. There is flexible grouping of children. There is an emphasis on appreciating the diversity in the school while maintaining a high goals for the students. It truly is "A World in a School." One of the best features is their Briefing 3 times per week where all the students, teachers, and staff come together as a school family to celebrate one another's accomplishments, gifts and talents as well as host guest performers.
What a bad school idea. I hear many complaints!