88 out of 10GreatSchools

Graystone Elementary School

San Jose, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 571

Overview

Graystone Elementary School
6982 Shearwater Drive
San Jose, CA 95120
(408) 535-6317
Graystone Elementary School is located in San Jose, CA and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 8 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Native American
1%
Black
1%
Filipino
3%
Two or more races
9%
Hispanic
12%
White
28%
Asian
48%

Reviews8 Reviews

4.0
parent
The Principal, Ms. Shumway, is wonderful - caring, energetic, involved and gets to know the students, helpful to new families, and she has a great team under her, including awesome teachers! The recent test scores reflect the great job that the teachers are doing! The students overall seem happy and caring, and there is a nice sense of community among the parents. 2 after-school programs on site for working parents until 6 pm - Math Enrichment and CDC, plus many offerings for extra curricular activities immediately after school.
parent
LOVE GRAYSTONE!! The teachers are great the principle is always outside and involved! homework is effective and not too over the top! love the mindfulness and science programs! Also plenty after school programs to choose from!!
parent
The school has so much to offer, yes it has its faults, but overall a solid school with a great foundation.
other
The principal is wonderful, and the majority of the teachers alright, but the "yard duties" are complete idiots. They do not respond to student complaints, and are very ignorant. The school can do very little to curve bullying, which is seemingly everywhere in the school. A sizable portion of the school's mentally disabled are in mainstream classrooms, and do not succeed academically or socially in their classes, most are ostracized and bullied to depression (same with much of the schools mainstream population). The parent community their is very ignorant and do not care about the bullying (in fact, the school's cornerstone program's parent members usually have children who bully, thus only worsening the situation..
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