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Reed Elementary School

Tiburon, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-2
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  • Enrollment: 363


Reed Elementary School
1199 Tiburon Boulevard
Tiburon, CA 94920
(415) 435-7841
Reed Elementary School is located in Tiburon, CA and serves grades K-2.
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Student Diversity



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Reviews8 Reviews

We feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to send our children to this school. I wish there was a bit more diversity ( most children/ families are white) but that is the only downside. Having gone to infant/ toddler and preschool programs in SF, I think that better diversity there was a big advantage, but the school is excellent.
We feel so incredibly fortunate and grateful to live in Tiburon and have access to this amazing school. I tell other Reed parents who only know Reed, that they have no idea how good it really is. We came from another highly regarded public school in Marin, which I thought was good, but compared to Reed it barely measures up. Reed feels like a private school - the campus is beautiful, the included programs (thanks to the Reed Foundation) are plentiful, the teachers are dedicated, the front office team could not be nicer, the parent volunteer involvement is like nothing I've ever seen. Honestly, we don't have one complaint with this school, super happy.
We find Reed Elementry to be an incredible school! Our daughter is in 1st grade, so it is our second year in the school, and we couldn't be happier. She loves her school and teachers. The teachers are AMAZING: talented, motivational and experienced. They are truly passionate about teaching! Top-notch administration, helpful stuff and beautiful facility.
Parental involvement is often of the pretentious and parentally self-promotional sort. The administration is most interested in looking good and avoiding liability rather than performing well, raising resilient, honest, and hard-working students. The homework is a joke. Teachers are good (a lot are the best paid in the county) but pander to the PTA and focus on their PTA parent students. Thinking outside of the box is encouraged only so much as Marin is diverse (think all white and wealthy). Bubbles don't always pop.
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