44 out of 10GreatSchools

Glen View Elementary School

Gilroy, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 517


Glen View Elementary School
600 Eighth Street
Gilroy, CA 95020
(669) 205-4400
Glen View Elementary School is located in Gilroy, CA and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 4 out of 10
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Student Diversity



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Native American

Reviews2 Reviews

Glen View Elementary School provides the greatest opportunity for our students to succeed. Glen View Elementary has been awarded academic achievement awards and a Santa Clara County teacher of the year award. Students are engaged using Common Core standards to facilitate 21st Century learning skills. As a teacher employed with Gilroy Unified, I choose to send my children to this great school. Teachers are given support through curriculum, collaboration and mentoring. Leadership at Glen View is impeccable and committed to your child. My children feel supported academically and emotionally. Students are challenged in English language skills, Mathematics and Science through innovative classroom techniques and technology mastered through computer skills. Students have access to Google Classroom through the use of Chrome Books (laptops) and other devices to challenge and prepare them for the future. When you arrive on campus at Glen View Elementary, be prepared for the welcoming and encouraging attitude that permeates the corridors. Principal Sapien will be there to welcome you and your children to school. You'll find that the teachers have the greatest respect and care for you kids. You will recognize that Glen View commits to the development of your children. Glen View promotes learning, respect, compassion and thoughtfulness all of which are qualities needed for great citizens. This school is committed to develop your child as a positive and productive member of our society. This is Glen View Elementary.
I am not at all satisfied with this school. My son has been attending since Kindergarten and he is now in first grade. The teachers didn't communicate well with me. I was not informed when my son got an award for being a reader of the month. I was very disappointed because I would want to go to the award assembly and be there for him. I have a long list of complaints, but not going to type them all here. I am working on finding a way to transfer him.