32 Parent Reviews for Crescent Heights Boulevard Elementary School
The staff at Crescent Heights is very dedicated to the nurturing and success of the students. The increasing score on their overall report card reflects their interest and dedication. Keep up the good work Crescent Heights!
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Posted by a other on 10/09/13
I Love this school. My child started from Kinder and is currently in fifth grade. I have been through a few principles. However Mr.Lowery has and continue to be the Best. Our principle has taken this school in a very positive direction. Parent involvement is up and kids are learning. It goes back to
... Read more a very old sane It takes a village to raise a child Great Job teacher & Staff Read less
Posted by a parent on 03/31/13
I have been at Crescent Heights since 2005 my son culminated from there and now I have my 2 daughters that attend Crescent Heights. one is in kindergarten and the other is in 5th grade. I must say that ever since Mr. Lowry is the Principal, things have changed so much to make it an excellent school.
... Read more Mr Lowry is very approachable and knows mostly all the kids by name and not to mention the parents.My kids and I feel very welcomed at this school. Academically my kids are doing very good thanks to the excellent teachers they have. Ms. Simms is amazing at first she can be very intimidating but once you get to know her she is a sweetheart, my daughter cried for about 3 weeks when she first started kindergarten and now she loves her teacher, she even wants to invite her over to our home,and not to mention Ms. Anderson she is an amazing teacher, my daughter feels so comfortable in her class and loves her so much. My daughter has learn so much with this teachers that she is advanced in math. I am so thankful to have found this school. I would recommend this school to anyone :) Read less
Posted by a parent on 03/30/13
I am soo impressed with Ms. Jones who teaches Kindergarten.She has such patience with her students.My son loves her and looks forward to school everyday.She is soft spoken but yet firm.I think its very important that my son get started on a positive note with a teacher who shows that school is a place
... Read more where he can feel confident in learning .I think she has to offer what parents would want for their little ones. Read less
Posted by a parent on 09/21/12
Im very fortunate to have my kids attend Crescent Heights El. My daughter has excelled and I credit the teacher(Ms Owens,Mr.Linley and now Ms.Dunlap) their positive attitude and skill are the reason i believe my daughter is advanced.I have also notice the principal bring positive changes to the school.I've
... Read more seen how involved and dedicated he is to the school which leads me to believe the future is bright for Crescent Heights. With all do respect STOP bashing our teachers instead meet with them and find a way to better our kids academically. It STARTS at home Read less
Posted by a parent on 09/15/12
Crescent Heights is continuing to help our children thrive academically, socially and personally. My kids and I have been a part of the Crescent Heights family for 4 years now and we continue to see a strong team of passionate teachers, dedicated parents and committed staff on campus. Every year my
... Read more kids are challenged and encouraged to excel. The teachers welcome parent involvement and encourage open dialog. The new Principal is on a positive mission to continue inspiring students and teachers. He has also introduced a Morning Laps program that the children absolutely love! It motivates parents, students and teachers to arrive early and exercise together before the morning bell. This year is off to another great start! Ps... Everyone (should) know that the first day of school is always a little hectic. My kids had both Kinder teachers and they are excellent! I talk with them often and I'm amazed at how they help mold those little tots into future scholars! Read less
Posted by a parent on 09/14/12
Crescent Heights is a great school, even though its going trough some changes right now we have commited teachers, staff and Parents. In order to make a school Great, There needs to be communication, I am very pleased to have my child in this school, but most important my son Loves his school and teachers.
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Posted by a parent on 09/12/12
I am shocked and very disappointed to find parents belittling teachers. I am not saying that things are perfect. However have you done your part as a parent? I have you offer you support? Are did you get on this site and complain. Crescent Height is really a good school. My child is currently in the
... Read more 5th grade and son has attended Crescent height from kindergarten to present. What I have found is it continues to take a village to raise a child. I feel that the Principal, Teacher, Staff and Parent are very committed to making our children successful. Mrs.Jones, Mrs.Blanco, Mrs. Lee & Mrs. Proctor are excellent Teachers. I have had the pleasure of working with all of them and they all strive to give our children a good education. Before judging a book by it cover. Join in and help. Again I am a proud parent of a child that attends Crescent Height SJM. Read less
Posted by a parent on 09/12/12
Today was the first day of school and I am not pleased. My daughter is in kindergarten and both teachers need to retire. Last year there was a third class with an amazing teacher full of warmth and energy and a desire to reach every child. School is supposed to be fun and welcoming and you will not
... Read more get that here in kindergarten. The new principal seems overwhelmed and I hope he can bring the school around. Getting fresh blood and energy in kindergarten will be a great start. I am looking for private schools right now. Read less
Posted by a parent on 08/14/12
I understand your concerns, but Mrs. Banks needs to go. I don't care about your experience but I care about mine. Mrs. Banks is a space out teacher that doesn't need to be there. Doesn't smile, holler and yell at kids and just a disgrace to the school. The school is going down competely away.It needs
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Los Angeles schools — Crescent Heights Boulevard Elementary School is located at 1661 S Crescent Heights Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90035. 1661 S Crescent Heights Blvd is in the 90035 ZIP code in Los Angeles, CA The school district for Crescent Heights Boulevard Elementary School is the Los Angeles Unified School District. Crescent Heights Boulevard Elementary School is a Public school that serves grade levels K - 5.
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