22 out of 10GreatSchools

Glassbrook Elementary School

Hayward, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-6
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  • Enrollment: 515


Glassbrook Elementary School
975 Schafer Road
Hayward, CA 94544
(510) 723-3835
Glassbrook Elementary School is located in Hayward, CA and serves grades K-6.It received a GreatSchool rating of 2 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native American
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Pacific Islander

Reviews4 Reviews

This is by far the worst school any of my children ever had ( I have 4 children). The worst school principal ever, Mrs. Sebedra. Very unprofessional and never dealt with school bulling issues in a professional way. All she would say is, I know those kids are trouble. Two of my children were there for two long years, because of distance. I had no choice, until I finally got them out and moved them to the best Middle School ever. This two schools were like day and night. Mr. Sabedra appears nice at first, but she is fake. She has the worst Front Office Manager, who is just the rudest, and with no people skills. If you love your children don't send them here. Any where but here. Run as fast as you can!! Is no wonder they score a 1, and that is because zero is not an option. :-(
This school is amazing i ask all of the students to rate this school from 1 to 10 all of them say 10 .Although this school needs a little remodale .but im proud to be here im am a MADE IN HAYWARD student .GO TIGERS !!!!!!!! By joshua
We are a Tk-6th grade public school. We have great staff members who are committed to providing students with an education that will prepare them for the 21st century. We have students who take pride in their school by picking up trash during the school day and during our schools monthly Saturday clean-up day. We have a new school principal who has a great vision to improve the our school's physical environment. However, being a public school, all of our money goes towards necessary consumables such as paper (for the xerox machine) and other vital school supplies (pencils, crayons, rulers, glue sticks ). Our principal would love to have enough money to purchase picnic tables so that our students will no longer have to sit on the concrete floor as they eat their snacks during recess time.
Worst School ever..no extra curricular activities, arts and performances, field trips, fundraisers, or tutoring resources for english speking students. the principal caters to his own kind and let them get away with more than the other children. He suspends children of other ethnic background for the same thing that's the hispanic group do not get suspended for. I do not recommend this school for anyone. They may as well close it down. Were new to the school district and its a very bad experience. We definitely will not be returning