88 out of 10GreatSchools

Majestic Way Elementary School

San Jose, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 518

Overview

Majestic Way Elementary School
1855 Majestic Way
San Jose, CA 95132
(408) 923-1925
Majestic Way 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

Pacific Islander
1%
Black
2%
White
6%
Two or more races
6%
Filipino
8%
Hispanic
24%
Asian
55%

Reviews9 Reviews

4.0
parent
I have nothing but good to say about Majestic Way staff and the principal. This is my son’s second year at this school and the teachers and support staff have been wonderful. Unfortunately, for such a great school, I wish there was much more involvement and support from parents. The school really suffers from the lack of parental involvement. Cudos to the few members of the PTA who actually go beyond and the wonderful staff who make this school a great place for our kids.
parent
it is great school for a small kid to student in this school
parent
Now I have my third child attending Majestic Way School as a parent the school and staff has given me the opportunity to learn how to work with teachers in the academic education of my children, there is a good environment for children, very safe and organized, thanks to PTA for their great work in the school, especially i want to thank Mrs. Anderson first grade teacher for being the beginning and guidance to support my son with asperguer's (ASD), now my son is in fourth grade with great academic success. Remember, as parents we have to have a good role in the education and safety of our children, always work with teachers and school staff. For your little loved ones You are the most important person and support in their life.
parent
First, let me say I sung the praises of Majestic Way for years...Until my kid was bullied and the principal did nothing about it. Another boy used racially offensive language and nothing was addressed, it was ignored. The school counselor thought having the kids sit together would solve the problem. In other words, my kid had to endure name calling daily. In fact, this school doesn't have any anti-bullying programs in place at all. My kid learned to ignore the other kids...and some of these kids use rough language and can be down right mean. I am writing now because we have since moved our child out of the district and can see a huge difference. Zero tolerance at the new school and zero issues! This school needs to update their policies on bullying and get some consistent counselling in place for kids who need it.
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