66 out of 10GreatSchools

William H. Frazier Elementary School

Fallbrook, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-6
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  • Enrollment: 561

Overview

William H. Frazier Elementary School
1835 Gum Tree Lane
Fallbrook, CA 92028
(760) 731-4340
William H. Frazier Elementary School is located in Fallbrook, CA and serves grades K-6.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Asian
1%
Pacific Islander
1%
Two or more races
1%
Filipino
1%
Black
2%
White
23%
Hispanic
71%

Reviews3 Reviews

5.0
parent
This was our first year in public school and my boys both excelled and felt comfortable and cared for this year. We had no communication issues, teachers were both prompt and efficient with their responses. Administration was visible to all students before, during and after school. I asked my boys if they wanted to go back where they were and they both said no... They love it at Frazier.
parent
My child attends this school and am very happy with the teachers, principal & rest of the staff. The Pre-K program at the school is great, it really helped my child feel more confident & also improved on the social skills. There has always been great communication with all of my child's teachers for the past 3 years.
parent
When we first entered the FUESD program in 2009 it was because we suspected our child (just over 3 years old at the time) might be on the Autism spectrum. Our suspicions were confirmed through a series of intake assessments. If I had know then what I know now I would have fought very hard to get him into a different district. Prior to the recent administrative staffing changes, services and programs throughout FUESD were a total joke-no, they were a nightmare! I spent years battling with principals and the Director of Special Education. The teachers and DIS providers were trying their very best to provide an appropriate education, but the resources, training, staff, and programs were extremely limited and ill- conceived. Thankfully, when the new Superintendent came into the district in 2012 she really cleaned house. With a new Director of Special Ed, Program Specialist, and properly trained teachers, and support staff FUESD has made a complete turn-around. I honestly can't say enough how much the changes have meant to my son and our family. I am so grateful he finally has an appropriate placement in which he is thriving and making vast improvements in nearly every area. Way to go!