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Camp Creek Middle School

Atlanta, GA
  • Public
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  • Grades 6-8
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  • Enrollment: 888


Camp Creek Middle School
4345 Welcome All Rd Sw
Atlanta, GA 30349
(404) 669-8030
Camp Creek Middle School is located in Atlanta, GA and serves grades 6-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 1 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Black, non-Hispanic

Reviews24 Reviews

Ms. Reddick and Ms. Edmond took away my child's lunch and made him eat a sandwich and grapes
As a former student 1996-1999 I 'll say the following. The school itself was ok some the student were clueless and yes there were times I was not challenged. (however, I attended a private elementary school so I was slightly ahead) I was an I-Mat 1 student and I felt that my teachers were encouraging . It would have been easier if there were recess and more diversity in the school.
im actually not a parent i am a student im going to 8th grade this year. ccms is a almost great school . my friends and i only come for the fun and the connections. these teachers dont teach right and if we tell them that they made a mistake they get mad see i come from a home where you have to respect your elders and peers and this is not what a 13 yr old wants to come to school and get cursed at by staff and teachers but other than that kids at my school come for the fights and the drama and the gossip so if you want your child living and breathing in a educational environment i reccomend charters schools or private school.
I started this year off trying to be more laid back in my approach with the teachers and staff of this school. I saw the efforts by the principal to make better learning environment for students so that they would want to take pride in learning; however, as of this date and I am AGAIN very concerned and frustrated with this school. Despite the efforts of the principal the teachers have made no effort to produce a better learning environment for students. Students are allowed to come to class and do nothing. Teachers fail to monitor students in class to ensure that the assignments that they assign are actually completed. Report cards are derived off of few then 9 grades which is against county policy that says that teachers should have at least nine grades per quarter. Teachers do not show their grades online although the county invested in a website specifically so that parents could stay involved in their child's education and progress. Every attempt made on my part to be involved as an active participant in my child's education is discouraged on the end of the teachers. More structure needs to be given to grading and monitoring students as well as communicating with parents.
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