66 out of 10GreatSchools

Bagby Elementary School

San Jose, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 511


Bagby Elementary School
1840 Harris Avenue
San Jose, CA 95124
(408) 377-3882
Bagby Elementary School is located in San Jose, CA and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native American
Pacific Islander
Two or more races

Reviews9 Reviews

Wonderful school ! Both kids have had a positive experience here and were prepped for middle school both socially and academically. Teachers are wonderful and so positive and the Bagby families are amazing. Both make this school a wonderful place to raise a confident , socially aware, intelligent child
A 10! It has been a great school. We had debated private school for our kids - but heard such wonderful things - we are glad we chose Bagby!
Love it. It's one of this school where parents are very involved and volunteer, raise money for programs like music, computers, and art. Great, safe community. I personally love the diversity. A great mix of ethnicities.
Great so far. Our son has attended K and 1st grade here, and has really thrived in this environment. We have really liked his teachers, who have been very open and communicative with us - both send out regular updates via email and make themselves available via mobile. His 1st grade teacher even has a closed Instragram group in which she shares pictures and photos of interesting things they're doing in class, which has been a great way for us to know what our little guy has been up to :)Principle White has also been great, and has done a marvelous job of making herself available to parents and listening to feedback. The transition to bringing Steindorf online was handled well by both the district and our school, so kudos to both. Our school board member will also attend our "Home and School Club" meetings (like the PTA), so access is good all around.Academics are still a TBD since we are talking about 1st grade, after all. That said, I have liked what I've seen so far. Our son is already reading quite comfortably, and the math also fits my expectations.There is a great community of people that really care about the school and volunteer time to help out. The facilities are a bit dated, but do not feel dilapidated. The teachers almost all seem content and engaged. Given the overall funding situation in CA, the school is making the best of things with what they have, and I can only imagine better things if the situation ever turns around.
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