66 out of 10GreatSchools

Tulsa Street Elementary School

Granada Hills, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 472


Tulsa Street Elementary School
10900 Hayvenhurst Avenue
Granada Hills, CA 91344
(818) 363-5061
Tulsa Street Elementary School is located in Granada Hills, CA and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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Reviews18 Reviews

A genuinely committed principal. A very effective SAS program. The office staff are friendly and accommodating. It's not a big school which is a plus 'cuz it creates an atmosphere where everybody knows everybody even just by face hence parents get the sense of safety & security for their children. When you know that the faculty has been in this school for years, you get the sense that they know what they're doing thus concern for incompetence is not an issue, and "old school" is not the word for these cool, young at heart, well-experienced mentors of young minds. We can say that they have the best interest for your child when they really are standing up against bullying and they don't take sides 'cuz they really investigate, and the principal have zero tolerance to it. The bully gets warned, and nothing worse follows after an issue is brought up. Nobody gets vilified. Nobody is counted out and nobody gets preferential treatment. It's a really great school, and we think this school should get a 10 out of 10 and not the atrocious 6/10 it got which is a surprisingly a point lower rating than the school we transferred our child from. The teachers in this school do not practice partiality according to what each has in skin color unlike that other school which heavily favors a certain ethnic group just because most of the faculty are of the same ethnic group. The teachers here grades your child accordingly & accurately to their behavioral performance & academic achievement irregardless of skin color...And they're not plastic but truly authentic in their mentorship.
Principal is amazing. Teachers have been warm and dedicated to student success. One thing I would critique - advanced programs for above avg learners is non-existent. Lots of programs to help kids that are falling behind grade level, but nothing at all available to propel the higher achieving students to truly excel.
school is great but office is VERY RUDE and disrepectful. Feel that they don't belong dealing with public, Rude tho parents,relative ETC. Pretty soon the district will find out about this
Great school my son has improved so much, sense he has been going there. I only have 1 bad thing to, say and it is about the secretary at the frunt desk they are not helpful and they are very rude.
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