88 out of 10GreatSchools

Ps 58 School Of Heroes

Queens, NY
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-6
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  • Enrollment: 1029


Ps 58 School Of Heroes
72-24 Grand Avenue
Queens, NY 11378
(718) 533-6712
Ps 58 School Of Heroes is located in Queens, NY and serves grades PK-6.It received a GreatSchool rating of 8 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Two or more races
Native American

Reviews21 Reviews

If not for some of the sweetest and most talented teachers this school would fall to its knees. I still feel that this school needs a principle that is involved with the students, PTA and teachers on a positive level. Me and my children never met her in all the 3 years they attended that school When a family reaches out to the principal they should not be met with punishment!
My children are happy in P.S.58. They look forward going to school everyday. This school provides music, Italian, dance, drama, art classes. The Leader In Me Program is great. I really love that school has finally decided no summer homework for students. Lots of students are in the Gifted & Talented program or Special Progress program in I.S.119 and I.S.73. Thanks for the teachers preparing them so well to middle school. Principal Tripoli, all the teachers and staff are so kind. I feel like it's a big family here.
My main problem is the air conditioner. I know it’s broken again but, why? Every year it is broken. Today will be close to 90 and it will be hot and muggy and with the sun hitting the classroom directly it will be much worst. Why can’t they focus on having an environment where kids can learn comfortably ? I am just tired of hearing the air conditioner is broken yet the hallways and the main office has air conditioner. I feel like just keeping my child home than worry that the kids that are sick will get my child sick. There are kids that are sick and with a hot muggy room it is just a matter of time before kids get it. School, please, turn the AC on and help our kids to learn in a comfortable environment.
I had to take time out to agree with the last comment. I picked up the kids on Friday when it was hot and the kids came out complaining how miserable they were. They came home very tired and they just said it was miserable in school because it was just very uncomfortable for them. Please get the air conditioners working before we get those hot uncomfortable days again which will be coming soon. I heard some of their friends had headaches in school and one kid just felt like they were going to vomit. If there is a warning about the air quality why does the school let them out in the yard for lunch?
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