66 out of 10GreatSchools

Anderson Elementary School

Garden Grove, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-6
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  • Enrollment: 558

Overview

Anderson Elementary School
8902 Hewitt Place
Garden Grove, CA 92844
(714) 894-7201
Anderson Elementary School is located in Garden Grove, CA and serves grades K-6.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Black
0%
Two or more races
0%
Filipino
0%
Pacific Islander
1%
White
6%
Hispanic
44%
Asian
49%

Reviews10 Reviews

3.0
parent
If parents would help out! there are so many kids but !NO! parents helping out, funny because they are the ones who complain the most. If you want your child to be the best that he/she can be then be there for your kids school It's not that hard! The school can only do so much. I love the school I would hate seeing it go down but it's sad to say the Westminster school district is lazy on doing their jobs and has been for quite sometime now. So if you don't like the school then how about you helping out?!
other
My school is great.Now Mrs. Sneathen leads the school. Gloria Moore is wonderful and she can also be fun. Mrs. Moore tells us students many things which are funny too. Some how the principle [Dr. Rodgers] left. No one knows why but this school is great.
parent
This school is terrible look like a swam meet. Unprofessional teachers and uncaring staff at this school, this is my first time in my life i saw the teachers don't even care who pick up there son/daughter. Why do i have to said that? Because, that place is crown it, too many parents try to pushing each other to pick up there son/daughter, I think parents need to learned what is call "Stay in line", but the teacher didn't care much, the teacher's release the child who ever tell her that is my son/daughter. You know now this day missing child a lots. PARENTS DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILDREN TO ANDERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL UNLESS THEY CARE FOR YOUR CHILD.
other
I was a former student at Anderson Elementary School about 3 years ago and during that time our principal was Dr. Rodgers. Now Mrs. Sneathen the current principle has made many changes to the school such as: buying better school supplies, helping out students who need help, making friends with the students to get them to open up and smile during school days.
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