33 out of 10GreatSchools

David A. Brown Middle School

Wildomar, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades 6-8
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  • Enrollment: 963


David A. Brown Middle School
21861 Grand Avenue
Wildomar, CA 92595
(951) 253-7430
David A. Brown Middle School is located in Wildomar, CA and serves grades 6-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 3 out of 10
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Reviews24 Reviews

The previous posters have no clue about what is really happening at DAB-MS. Academically, the school has been on a steady rise since Miss Mills has arrived. The administrative staff is professional, courteous and very involved with students' welfare and activities. Much is done for their moral in an attempt to keep them intrested in the learning process. Involved parents know the value of 'House' competition. If the staff has a bad 'rap' it is due to individuals that feel they know more about running the system than those that have been appointed to do so. I truly feel my child's education is the number one priority of those running the school, as it should be.
Love it. Even the morning drop off is great now with the new light. My kids actually like middle school. They have lots of good friends and are able to excel academically at DAB.
Bad, horrible. Haunts me to this very day. Students are not disciplined for bullying. Victims are put down and made to feel very uncomfortable for coming forward. Teachers do not enforce students privacy and will gladly announce students business to the entire classroom. I had to pull my child out of this school. Was horribly depressed and felt ugly, dumb and upset everyday. We now attend a charter school. Things are much better but the bullies have followed us and continue to taunt and put down my child on a daily basis through social media. The words that are said are disgusting and my child struggles with self worth everyday. All this from David A Brown Middle School. So sad that there is nothing that can be done. I don’t understand this hate
I am a former employee who worked at DAB about a year ago and had a horrible experience. I'm certain the school hasn't changed, especially if the same two principals are still working there. There are some nice staff members ( namely the office and many of the teachers) but the principals and the special-needs department is unprofessional and lacking. Take it from somebody who worked there and then quit, DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILD HERE IF THEY ARE IN SPECIAL NEEDS!!! You're better off finding a school that's much more passionate and not interested in their own self-image.
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