99 out of 10GreatSchools

Olympus Junior High School

Roseville, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades 7-8
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  • Enrollment: 458


Olympus Junior High School
2625 La Croix Drive
Roseville, CA 95661
(916) 782-1667
Olympus Junior High School is located in Roseville, CA and serves grades 7-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 9 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native American
Two or more races

Reviews12 Reviews

We chose to move into this attendance area after extensive research. Middle school is a challenging time, but Olympus has provided an excellent experience for my child thus far. Right now schools are out because of the pandemic, but I am incredibly thankful for the district and school’s prepared response with an organized distance learning plan that has helped my children continue their learning with as much of a sense of normalcy as possible!
My experience was in overall a positive one, but man this one teacher makes me want to scream my head off. Looking back, he scared me to the point of crying, but as a high schooler now, I would have stood my ground and fought for my problem. All in all... add clocks to the outside of classes and buildings... not just the inside.
It's a great staff and teachers do care they want the best for the children. Not so much the front office they are lazy not helpful any information they sigh with can't you find it. Really need to retire you can tell they are bitter and old waiting for retirement .
This school has some good teachers. I have had to pull my daughter from there because she was bullied by the boys. She is smart and creative. One of the boys spread terrible rumors about her, having sex with him, and she is only 12.My daughter cried every single night. It became so much on her, she developed panic attacks. The administration tries to run your life. They called the cops and cps when she was home with pneumonia. The Principal is not qualified to run a school. There are fights, violence, and bullying. He did not advocate for my daughter at all. I was fortunate enough to go to private schools. Avoid our mistake. Avoid this school. They are intrusive,petty, and unprofessional. The Principal needs to go back to school and learn how to appropriately handle situations that can be devastating, especially at this time in a child's life. I will be filing a complaint with the Superintendents office.So glad to move on. I have spoken to students that graduated from there. Same things happened to them. The school wants uninvolved and compliant parents. If for any reason you need accommodations, they are not your school. No leadership is failed leadership.
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