88 out of 10GreatSchools

Peabody (George) Elementary School

San Francisco, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 271


Peabody (George) Elementary School
251 Sixth Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94118
(415) 750-8480
Peabody (George) Elementary School is located in San Francisco, CA and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 8 out of 10
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We feel immensely lucky to be a part of this school and community. I know others at other elementary schools who barely know the community - how sad. I think the value in knowing people, forming relationships with the staff and parents here is what makes a school stronger. I feel that I can reach out to teachers any time I have a question or concern. And I feel like my kids are supported in their learning. They are happy and want to come to school. I have a child who needs more help in math and attends morning math club; as well as an after school enrichment program that offers a free math club option. There is also an online math program that the kids use in addition to classroom and written homework sheets so I feel like they are getting a pretty solid opportunity to learn, practice and improve.
Average at best. My son had two great teachers but not so lucky in the past two years. Often I found my kid struggling on the homework assignment because the teacher failed to cover the topics in class. I feel my kid is falling behind compare to kids of his age attending other schools. I am also very disappointed that this school focus so little on Math. With the money the PTA raised, I expect better.
Wonderful school! Peabody's social-emotional curriculum as well as its academics are superb. Its enthusiastic principal is great with the children and collaborative with the parents. Peabody has an active inclusive community. Lots of extras funded by the PTA, which raises over $400,000 each year to provide extra faculty, programming, and support, smaller class size, community building events, extra resources and training for the teachers, etc. Only downside is it's quite difficult to get into under the school district's lottery system.
We have have/had two daughters attended Peabody. Our older daughter completed K-5 and our younger daughter is currently in 2nd grade. Our younger daughter has an IEP and receives a lot of special education services (though she is integrated in a normal classroom). The teachers, counselors, and principal Vreough have continually advocated for our daughter. It's been a wonderful experience. The community is amazing, the teachers are committed and caring, and the pricinpal is very engaged and active. I love the school and not a day goes by that I don't feel blessed my children had the opportunity to attend such a great public school.
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