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9 out of 10

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Overview

R. Dan Nolan Middle School

6615 Greenbrook Boulevard
Bradenton, FL, 34202
(941) 751-8200

R. Dan Nolan Middle School, located in Bradenton, FL, serves grades 6-8 in the R. Dan Nolan Middle School. It received a GreatSchool Rating of 9 out of 10

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Student Diversity

Asian
2%
Hispanic
15%
Multiracial
2%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
0%
White, non-Hispanic
79%
Black, non-Hispanic
2%
Native American or Native Alaskan
0%

Reviews

4.0
(23 Reviews)

Nolan has been pretty good insofar as middle schools go in general. Our child's been there all 3years. Not too many behavior problems student body wise but that changes from year to year.The principal is just "eh" and we aren't too jazzed about him.
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Giving this school two stars is very generous, while most of the teachers are nice and caring, there are some staff members that don't care about the students.
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While some instructional staff are wonderful and many front office staff are very helpful, there are a few teachers at this school who do NOT teach at all, but rather sit at their desk (playing on Facebook) while the kids pass the unstructured time away playing on their phones or computers.
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There is a lot of arrogance within the instructional staff, and they seem to have a (God Complex) and a high tolerance for bullying within the student ranks. In fact, some of the instructional staff behave like bullies if you have the nerve to ask for a parent-teacher conference.
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There is a tremendous amount of bullying at Nolan. If you aren't one of the cool or popular kids or run with that pack, you'll be bullied. It starts with teachers and administration that look the other way, there is no leadership.
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