66 out of 10GreatSchools

Jersey Avenue Elementary School

Santa Fe Springs, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 442

Overview

Jersey Avenue Elementary School
9400 Jersey Avenue
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
(562) 948-3772
Jersey Avenue Elementary School is located in Santa Fe Springs, CA and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Two or more races
1%
Filipino
1%
Black
1%
Asian
1%
White
4%
Hispanic
93%

Reviews13 Reviews

4.5
parent
We our very pleased with Jersey. The office staff, volunteers, teachers and Principal are all friendly and easy to talk to. Jersey feels like a family not school. I always feel welcomed to volunteer, or ask questions. Both our children have loved their time at Jersey and have succeeded there.
other
Our experience with Jersey has been wonderful. The environment at Jersey is welcoming and supportive. The teachers go above and beyond to help their students succeed. The Principal is actively engaged in all that goes on at Jersey. He knows the students by name and truly wants to see them succeed. There are so many parent volunteers as well. Jersey was recently named a California Distinguished School, an award that is hard to qualify for, let alone earn. This speaks volumes about the school, the teachers, the staff and the Administrator. Jersey is a wonderful school!
parent
It has been the worst experience I've had so far. When I tried to reach out to the principal about the bullying he didn't do much. He pretended to listen (he jotted some lines on an old notepad and nodded) but the bullying persisted. Then I tried the district and they seemed more interested in protecting the principal and themselves. Then I asked for a permit so I could take my kids to a better district and they held my kids hostage by denying them the permit. So, I had to literally move cities so I could get out of this horrible district.
parent
Horrible. I have never felt so disrespected by a principal, staff, or volunteer. Many adults that represent the school (as staff or volunteers) are so juvenile they are an embarrassment
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