44 out of 10GreatSchools

Willis Jepson Middle School

Vacaville, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades 7-8
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  • Enrollment: 934


Willis Jepson Middle School
580 Elder Street
Vacaville, CA 95688
(707) 453-6280
Willis Jepson Middle School is located in Vacaville, CA and serves grades 7-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 4 out of 10
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Reviews15 Reviews

So far it hasn’t been all that great. The communication with staff is great through schoolloop but as far as making up some missing work I have had to email them after my son has told me he asked them and one teacher said “ well you should’ve emailed” so then I emailed. I expected her to want him to come face to face instead of the mother emailing but each is own I guess. I don’t know if my son will be back next year.
The staff is terrible. The staff seems to bully certain kids. Students constantly get in fights. There has been a case where a student has knocked out another child.
My son loved elementary school and I am so pleased that so far he loves middle school. The staff is so caring and supportive. My son feels safe at school. He has made lots of new friends. He has been challenged in the classroom and he likes his teachers. Thank you Willis Jepson!
I have done everything I can on my end, as a parent, to make sure that my student is doing all of his work on time. I make sure he is taught respect and all that too. I am SO disappointed with this school! The teachers give 'due dates' but don't enforce them, so even if the kids turn in work a month late they still get full credit - its very much so an 'eh... if you wanna go ahead, if not, thats ok too' attitude there from the teachers. PLUS my student has gone off campus to the creek located on the other side of the fence before, and no one at the school had any clue until I caught him and reported him to the school. I am outraged at how poorly this school is doing in educating our children both with curriculum and teaching them life lessons! We are supposed to work as a team to help our students, so why is it that every time I do my part and look for support my legs are cut out from under me!
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