77 out of 10GreatSchools

Ardenwood Elementary School

Fremont, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-6
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  • Enrollment: 963


Ardenwood Elementary School
33955 Emilia Lane
Fremont, CA 94555
(510) 794-0392
Ardenwood Elementary School is located in Fremont, CA and serves grades K-6.It received a GreatSchool rating of 7 out of 10
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Reviews18 Reviews

Both of my kids went here, We’ve volunteered for all field trips, we’ve met all teachers, students in our kids classes, everything is top notch, the under achievers may dislike or complain due to being lazy to study or help their own children. The teachers with 35 students can only do so much, it’s the parents responsibility to help their kids. All the teachers my children had were all caring and know how to teach, how to relate to students, they’re all A+ IMHO.
I have kids in Kindergarten, 4th and 6th grade. Great teachers!
I had my child attending Ardenwood. My son's experience in his class was not easy my son was struggling in class, he would come home everyday stressed out with frustration he was always overwhelmed with his 4th grade teacher because she would not help him when he asked for help, she would tell him to complete it even if you can't understand it, and at times she would tell him have your parents help you at home. This school is only great for kids who are advanced academically but if your child is behind in certain subject you better not rely on Ardenwood to help him catch up because they simply don't care and won't help a struggling student. I had to take him for outside tutoring. All the kids attending this school are mostly Asians and if you are not Asian the teachers dont care to focus on that student. I have a friend who has her child attending here and she also has experienced segregation. I made many attempts to email his teacher and several appointments with principal Elie Wasserand let me tell you it was complete nightmare dealing with Elie Wasserland- he is never on task or updated with anything. Like i said this school is great for Asian's and students who are not struggling academically bur if you're not Asian, you'll most likely feel segregated by the way Ardenwood staff's treat you along with the fact that a struggling student will not succeed at this school.
Yard duty should include lunch supervision as well
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