About This School
Charter schools are public schools, but differ from traditional public schools in that they are independent and are operated by educators, parents, community leaders, educational entrepreneurs, or others. Funding for charter schools is based on designated local or state educational organizations. Those organizations are responsible for monitoring and assessing the quality and effectiveness of education, but permit the schools to operate outside of the traditional public school education system. See Sugar Creek Charter School's test results to learn more about school performance.
In 2011, Sugar Creek Charter School had 18 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The North Carolina average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Sugar Creek Charter School Reviews
Love this school
Going into 7th grade, I love this school. Never bored, always exited. Best school ever
I find it disheartening and totally incompetent when the school administrators at Sugar Creek Charter School wait until the day your child starts school to tell you that, "Oh she's not old enough...we didn't see that she won't be 5 until October." Well this is what just happened to my granddaughter today. My daughter-in-law didn't realize there was problem because all of her paperwork was approved and she had met with staff. Now my granddaughter is very upset and they can offer no assistance.
my grandchild and i truly like scs it is real worth your time to put your child in to this school
I love Sugar Creek Charter. I have 3 children that attend the school. It is great and I love the teachers and staff. My kids have learned so much at this school. The teachers take their time with each student to make sure they are learning. I also like the fact that they have many family activities they we all can enjoy. My kids love it also. My 8yr. old is a A honor roll student and the other two are A/B honor roll students. I couldn't ask for anything better. Love it, love it, love it.
My son has attended Sugar Creek Charter for 3 years and I'm here to say that I love this school and the staff.
This is a good school, defintely much different than CMS schools. My son has been there since 1st grade and has had an enjoyable time since. He loves the fact that he has had the same students in each grade since the beginning, but I love the fact that he is excelling in every class, and he stays challenged. I would like to school to focus more on making sure parents are made aware of kids not progressing well, and put less emphasis on the dress code. Otherwise I love it!
this is the best school i have ever attended. the teachers are extremely nice, and the classrooms are always under control so that the children can have a nice peaceful place to learn. thank goodness they have expanded the school to make room for newcomers.
This school bis amazing!!! i've been here for 6 years and i am taking algebra 1 in the 8th grade. im taking a 9TH GRADE CLASS! So they are very intellegent. the teachers are amazing. this note is to karen. we might not have a cafeteria now but we will have one starting january 2010. and plus its way betta than any other school. what school gives u a ipod touch if u get double 4s on the EOG? US!!!!! SO THATS SOMETHING YOU NEED TO THINK ABOUT!
i think this is a wondreful school to send your childi feel thay would get more out of coming to this school because of the kind of teaching the students are geting here, i think thay should build another school like this one.
I really love the school I have a son who graduated from the Sugar Creek l in 2009. I feel that the school is very unique with there style of teaching and the students are able to excel were in other schools I have seen the children sit in the class in be bored because the teachers are not challenging them. At Sugar Creek the children are challenged on an daily basic. I applaude the being a school like this. I proud to say that I still have three children who still attend "The Creek".
It bothers me when experienced professionals in any field know little about what they are doing. The people (Administrators, teachers, assistants, and probably the bus drivers too) are simply CLUELESS! Even worse, whenever you ask any staff a question(s) about what's going on in the classrooms, they look like "Deer caught in the Headlight!" Then it seems like they say something rehearsed and "TRY" to appear intelligent! NOT....! AND WHERE IS THE CAFETERIA? Sugar Creek has been around too long for those students to still have to eat in the CLASSROOM!
absolutely horrible in every way.