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Marian Bergeson Elementary School

Laguna Niguel, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 643

Overview

Marian Bergeson Elementary School
25302 Rancho Niguel Road
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
(949) 643-1540
Marian Bergeson Elementary School is located in Laguna Niguel, CA and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Native American
0%
Pacific Islander
1%
Black
1%
Filipino
2%
Two or more races
16%
Hispanic
19%
Asian
22%
White
38%
Other
1%

Reviews20 Reviews

3.5
parent
We have been here for three years. It has really gone downhill. The Mandarin program gets all the attention. English gets none. Very run down and unappealing campus. Was supposed to be updated years ago. The D rating fir this is sadly accurate. We are keeping our daughter home for virtual schooling then transferring
parent
Loud, crowded classes discourage the brightest students.
parent
We have really enjoyed our child’s time in the mandarin dual immersion program at Bergeson. The teachers are very caring and teach with high caliber. As with any immersion program, the pace is fast and homework load will be more than most traditional programs so it is not a program for everyone. My child is really enjoying learning Mandarin Chinese and has made great friends. What I love about the school is that there are 3 programs on campus - traditional English program, dual immersion chinese program and the autistic program. The kids get to play together at recess and are accepting of each other. We love the principal who always makes time out for every concern whether big or small. The campus itself needs a facelift as it is 30 years old. The parents at the school are all very friendly and involved in the different organizations on site. We love our experience at Bergeson!
parent
The only positive is dual language immersion program. Average to below average for basic academics (English, Science, Social Studies, Math). Sadly, we have to pour time and money to educate our above average children since school doesn't support their learning. But the worst is the principal.
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