44 out of 10GreatSchools

New Hope Elementary School

Thornton, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-8
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  • Enrollment: 201

Overview

New Hope Elementary School
26675 North Sacramento Boulevard
Thornton, CA 95686
(209) 794-2376
New Hope Elementary School is located in Thornton, CA and serves grades K-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 4 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Filipino
1%
Pacific Islander
2%
Black
2%
Two or more races
3%
White
9%
Hispanic
85%

Reviews6 Reviews

2.0
parent
Bullying where the teachers and the principle doesn't care, food that came from the dump, and was forced to move schools and bring my child to therapy. Do not come to this school if your child develops differently than any other children.
parent
I totally agree with the parent who talked about the necessity of music and art class. However, I am very happy that my boy is having a PE everyday. We are new to New Hope school but are there any special clubs like music band, art and sports after school? When I became 5th grade, each student had to choose one club and also in middle school and high school. Does this school have PTA?
other
This school needs a lot of help! The food kids eat here is terrible. The food is something you would find in a homeless shelter. There is no help if students are not caught up with material. Not all but most of the teachers do not care about the students. I am so upset that this school offers no music program when the majority of schools offer music class. It saddens me that these students are robbed of quality education. Also, why is art not allowed?! So if my child has an artistic talent, she can't practice it?! I grew up with art class, music class, library time twice per week, computer class.....and so much more. It's horrible that just because I live near Thornton, my child has to attend this school.
parent
needs improvement!!!!!!!!!!! and a new principal. its okay could be better needs more outings and more activities for the different age groups. the older 6th-8th graders need things like school dances and things like that
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