88 out of 10GreatSchools

Cedar Park Middle School

Cedar Park, TX
  • Public
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  • Grades 6-8
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  • Enrollment: 1357


Cedar Park Middle School
2100 Sun Chase Boulevard
Cedar Park, TX 78613
(512) 570-3100
Cedar Park Middle School is located in Cedar Park, TX and serves grades 6-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 8 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
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Reviews9 Reviews

Not a good one, I'm glad it is over.
I have been going to this school for almost 3 years now and my experience has been great. The flipped classroom in math everyone was talking about works well if your child does it correctly. If they have questions they should ask the teacher in class the next day. The teachers do not "bully" students. They may talk about your student to other teachers to try and get their opinion on how to help your child learn better. The only teacher i can see being a problem is one of the Girls Athletics coaches because she is sexist and wont allow girls to play football with the guys. Mrs. Frizzell is amazing!!!!!
Teacher bullying: This year we've had a teacher discuss our child's behavioral issues with the other teachers to the point that the other teachers have commented to our child: "Why do you give "Teacher X" such a hard time?" and the like. "Teacher X" also verbally abuses the children in her classroom with comments like "There are too many boys in this class" and "I go home and cry after school". The flip math program: Students watch recorded instructional video at home and the classroom time is used for questions. Not every child learns via an "online education" method. One of my children did ok in this program, the others have not, and there isn't any other option available to students who learn best by live classroom instruction. You'll be looking at Kumon or the like to help your child catch up. During two prior "start of the school year" orientations, the staff also made several derogatory comments in regards to the high school next door (CPHS), such as "We do things differently here than the school next door" when talking about their approach to teaching. I felt it was unprofessional each time it happened and it speaks to a leadership issue at this school.
We ended up pulling our daughter out of this school b/c of two teachers bullying her (along with a couple of other kids). While the VP tried to address/resolve the issue, the principal turned a blind eye.
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