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Bayview Elementary School

Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 590


Bayview Elementary School
1175 Middle River Drive
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
(754) 322-5400
Bayview Elementary School is located in Fort Lauderdale, FL and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 10 out of 10
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My son loves Bayview. So far we had a great experience.
My kids have been going here for years: the front office is set up to solely run the after-school profit center, non-"camp" attendees are secondary! The first impression is terrible when you walk in. Not sure how long Ms. Frost has been Principal, but I've never seen her. At least the previous Principal greeted the students in the morning......I guess this one leaves it to Mr. Todd! The atmosphere is prison-like, but as long as you're comfortable dropping the kids off, then picking them up, they'll turn out alright. As Florida schools go, this is one of the best.......as Florida schools go! Not tough to do when you are drawing kids from an elite neighborhood!
My daughter has been going to school for 3 years now and I could not ask for a better group. Teachers are very involved with students and parents. They try to give every student the best education possible.
It would be a 5-star school if it weren't for having people like it appears the last poster would be doing, who think they have the "privilege" to falsely enroll their children in Bayview. For those who follow the rules and THE LAW, they are not privileged, nor are they disgusting...they have worked hard and have sacrificed a lot to live where they do so their children can properly attend Bayview, and it's parents like them, along with staff, who have made it the school it is. Even with open enrollment, there has to be room at a school....after those that properly live within the boundaries have enrolled.. Yes, there are other ways to send your children to Bayview without living in the boundaries, and they are stated in the school district's policies. The past issues have been with people not following the policies, outright falsifying information, and believing they have a "right" to enroll their children at Bayview, to the detriment of those who truly do have, and deserve, that right.
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