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Joshua Elementary

Lancaster, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 541


Joshua Elementary
43926 North Second Street, East
Lancaster, CA 93535
(661) 948-0743
Joshua Elementary is located in Lancaster, CA and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 2 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native American
Two or more races

Reviews6 Reviews

I'm a very proud parent of 2 students that attend Joshua Elementary School. I love the school, teachers and staff. Continue to keep up the good work!!
My daughter have been going to Joshua since preschool and her teachers been good. My problem is administration lacking knowledge of situations that occur. I have been to her school more this year about different problems or concerns and they never give me straight answers. She is now in the 5th grade and I had to pull her out because there has been too many problems.
I LOVE MS. UPAH!!! my son is in her Kindergarden class, and he is very hyper child. She is SO patient and kind, challenges him educationally, and we keep in total contact as to his development, and work together to help him. She is AMAAAZING! a TOTAL dream come true for a teacher! I ONLY wish that we could just have her forever!!! The Principal of this school is SO AWESOME also!! she's a totally dedicated, totally hands on principal! I often see ser walkng around to check on things, she is ALWAYS polite and remembers us, and you can tell that she loves her job, and does is so happily and SO well! She's doesn't play all these non-sense political games with the parents, and doesn't have a power trip, you can tell that at this school it's ALL ABOUT THE KIDS! I've had the same feeling from the principal, as with the teacher! everyone is SO wonderful, SO dedicated, and strice SO hard to give the children an amazing experience and education.
As a student here(i am currently in highschool AVHS) I was not unhappy looking at how well I did.I was an average student but my teachers were there nearly 97 percent of the time.As I reached 5th grade I noticed that many of the encouraging teachers seem to be disappearing.Now, from what I learn, the students are not tuaght disciple(important during this time! ) and is it become a problem! This effects all! Where are the proper and caring teachers and administration now? Where?! It begins here! Think about their futures!
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