77 out of 10GreatSchools

Creekside Middle School

Port Orange, FL
  • Public
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  • Grades 6-8
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  • Enrollment: 1200

Overview

Creekside Middle School
6801 Airport Road
Port Orange, FL 32128
(386) 304-5500
Creekside Middle School is located in Port Orange, FL and serves grades 6-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 7 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Two or more races
3%
Asian
4%
Hispanic
5%
Black
6%
White
82%

Reviews11 Reviews

4.0
parent
Bullying is a major problem not addressed at this school.
parent
My experience with this school is less then satisfactory. Therefore, I rate it very poorly.
teacher
As an educator, I wouldn't send my own children to Creekside. The main reason being the administration. I know nothing of the teachers but I can tell you that the administration is arrogant and condescending. They insulted me for teaching at a private school and insinuated that I would be unable to teach math at their higher level. However, when asked on the spot to demonstrate an entire math unit, I was able to easily do so, tying in learning objectives and common core standards. I was considering this school for employment based on the positive things I had heard. I immediately contacted the county HR and asked that my name be removed from this school as I would never consider working for this school if this is what their leaders are like. And on a side note, my child transferred into public middle school this year for 7th grade. He is not behind in math and just finished his Algebra 1 Honors class and passed the EOC. This is a high school level class. I don't see any deficiencies with his math education! Perhaps the administration needs to take a PD class on manners and professionalism and receive a little reminder that they were once teachers AND students.
other
The only reason why you guys are hearing that people are getting C's and D's in Creekside but A's and B's in Silversands, is because Creekside is set up for more advanced students, while Silversands is for more average students.
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