7 Parent Reviews for Pleasant Hill Christian School
I am a parent and volunteer at Pleasant Hill Christian School. We are now on our third child going to PHCS. We love the school for its small size, personalized education and family atmosphere. The three teachers have been at the school for more than 20 years. Parents and teachers have a close relationship
... Read more and the school thrives on family participation. It has the benefits of a private school or homeschool, but is large enough to give our kids a "school" atmosphere. Each mixed-grade classroom also allows the younger and older kids to mingle and help each other. It is able to provide special programs that the public schools cannot offer, like National History Day for the 4th-6th grades, as well as a lot of public speaking, performance and community outreach. If you don't want your child in a 30-student classroom and treated like a test-score, take a look at PHCS! Read less
Posted by a parent on 08/07/13
This school is amazing! Experienced and dedicated teachers who care, active parent participation, and an awesome well-rounded curriculum - they still teach the 'extras' most other schools have cut, i.e. Spanish, PE, art, and computer studies. This year two of their 5th graders won the State competition
... Read more for History Day down in LA (also pulling in a win with Best Poster), and their 6th graders received a special award for their presentation. Not bad for a small school who beat the odds - shows the something is being done very right at the school! Take a moment to check out Pleasant Hill - it'll be worth your time, I promise! Read less
Posted by a parent on 04/29/12
AMAZING - WONDERFUL - IN EVERY WAY! PHCS has changed my daughter from being a shy child to a self confident, social being! She shows her confidence in every aspect of her life. The teachers and administration connect and care about each child. I cannot say enough wonderful things about the school socially
... Read more - small but powerful. The academics are also top notch. My daughter started 3rd grade behind in Math. Before the 1st half of school ended she caught up and was doing advance work. Here teacher figured out what made her tick and adjusted the learning to her style. AMAZING AND WONDERFUL!! Read less
Posted by a parent on 06/07/10
Pleasant Hill Christian School has Changed My Child's Views about School. This traditional, 100+ year-old school house maintains a strong academic foundation, loving teachers and a strong sense of community. My child was sad that school had to end this year, which was a complete change from his experience
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Posted by a parent on 06/02/10
I can not begin to tell you how gratetful we are as parents to have had our daughter attend this school. We are fortunate to have had her start in kindergarten and she will soon be graduating. We will miss this school and all the wonderful, strong teachers, as well as family and friends we have made
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Posted by a parent on 03/29/10
This K-6 school is a real gem in its community. It 'only' has 50+ students, so class sizes are small, with three main teachers (1/2, 3/4, 5/6) and a whole bunch of tireless and talented parent volunteers. We did public school for Kindergarten and homeschooled via CAVA/K-12 for first. What drew us to
... Read more PHCS was its proximity to our house, its values-based education and its small atmosphere. It has the family-feel of home schooling but the resources of a larger school. The teachers and staff are all loving and have been doing this for decades, so have real compassion and experience. The facility is just right for this size student body. Its in a 100-year-old schoolhouse. I only wish it went all the way to 8th grade. It is very affordable for the instruction the kids get. Read less
Posted by a parent on 04/03/09
This is a great school and has challenged my children academically and allowed them to grow spiritually and socially
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Sebastopol schools — Pleasant Hill Christian School is located at 1782 Pleasant Hill Rd, Sebastopol CA 95472. 1782 Pleasant Hill Rd is in the 95472 ZIP code in Sebastopol, CA Pleasant Hill Christian School is a Private school that serves grade levels K - 6.
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