88 out of 10GreatSchools

Temecula Middle School

Temecula, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades 6-8
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  • Enrollment: 1255


Temecula Middle School
42075 Meadows Parkway
Temecula, CA 92592
(951) 302-5151
Temecula Middle School is located in Temecula, CA and serves grades 6-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 8 out of 10
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Reviews11 Reviews

My daughter is in 6th grade and so far I am happy with the school. I do wish they offered more rigorous academics for gifted students though. There are no honors courses or magnet programs...
Band and is great. Some teachers are amazing. Really amazing! Some teachers literally are openly racist and bigoted and bully the students.Its 2020 why are public teachers promoting Christianity in the classroom and telling the kids being gay isnt real?
I have 2 kids at TMS right now and they both love it. Over the years I have had various teachers reach out to me when my son was having difficulties in class and we have worked together to help him succeed. The band program is amazing! Both my kids have participated in band and have had wonderful experiences. Mr. Aviles is amazing! My daughter is in ASB. She loves participating and planning school events. My only complaint is that there are no school dances. Minor I know but they would be fun!
My son loves school and enjoys attending TMS. I have great conversations with my son regarding his school experience and his teachers. My son works hard and I believe his teachers recognize that. I will admit my son is not a behavior problem. A lot of the reviews I've read here seem to be complaints from parents about homework, calls/emails not being returned, individual behavior issues, etc,. Sometimes I feel that some parents are way too needy and entitled. I send my son to school knowing that there will be a few "bad" kids, different kinds of teachers, and students with different levels of learning abilities. With that being said, my job is to teach my son how to respond to different situations and how to advocate for himself. If my son isn't doing his homework I will know, and I will deal with him. What does my son not doing his homework have to do with his teachers? Teachers at the middle school level usually have 6-7 periods, with one prep period. That means a teacher sees between 150-180 students per day! I don't expect them to respond to your every email, especially when a lot of the issues that students have at school stem from home anyway. Remember, teachers have contract/work hours and also have their own lives. Another parent mentioned too many subs being on campus. Maybe the teacher was attending an IEP, a school-related meeting, sick, or whatever. Now, if a sub is being used for a long period of time without having an official teacher of record now that's a district issue and needs to be addressed. I will be interested to see how high school and college go for some of you. Remember at some point, usually the end of elementary, we stop doing our children's school projects.
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