77 out of 10GreatSchools

Christian Sorensen Elementary School

Whittier, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 493


Christian Sorensen Elementary School
11493 East Rosehedge Drive
Whittier, CA 90606
(562) 789-3220
Christian Sorensen Elementary School is located in Whittier, CA and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 7 out of 10
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Reviews9 Reviews

My child attended Kindergarten at this school. Campus is outdated, children in Kindergarten are all cram out in a very small playground area, limited space to run and and significantly small backyard play set area to share with other students. For the older kids they have an open space area that looks like an abandoned parking lot. If your child is attending Kindergarten high chances is that they may have to use the restroom outside their classroom without adult supervision. Academically, staff is very nice, courteous and friendly. They are very easy to approach and always have time to listen to any concern you may have. Staff Nurse is also very nice and attentive. Their PTA is very committed and organized. Overall, is a good school that needs more funding to improve their campus and create a better school experience for the children. Teachers and Staff are Fantastic!!
Since my daughter has been at Sorensen, I have seen nothing but improvements and my child loves it here. I think all the teachers and staff are very helpful and great at their jobs, especially the principal. She is truly an amazing principal and so dedicated to all the students and staff. I honestly do believe that when parents are involved in their child's education, it shows. Unfortunately it is usually those parents that complain about anything or everything, are those that are not actively involved in any school activities or volunteering with the school. The school does more than enough communication with parents thru letters, flyers, and the Tele-parent on a weekly basis.
School is good unless your son or daughter has a learning disability then the teachers are to remain quiet unless the parent request an evaluation. The school knows the students with disabilities may take away from their budget so it is an unwritten policy not to recommend these students for evaluation.
How do you as a parent find the new common core standards that are now set and implemented satisfactory to our children? How will the common core benefit our children? Just want feedback.
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