Solano is the worst school i had ever put my child in. It is very hard for the staff to control all of the bullying that goes on everyday before, during and after school. I would witness a fight at least 3 days a week. Too many children and not enough staff. My child was given the wrong classes and
... Read more was just passed along. I have since removed my child from this school. I wouldn't recommend this school to anyone. Read less
Posted by a parent on 08/30/12
Solano is one of the best schools my child has ever been to. They have won numerous awards. Such as, they have one best Bay Area Middle School. They beat Vallejo Middle School, Springstown Middle School, and they beat American Canyon Middle School! Their test scores are great!! They have beat American
... Read more Canyon Middle School numerous times! Your child will be happy and safe in this school. If you live in vallejo or america canyon transfer your child to this school! This is a straight A+ school. If you want your child to have great grades come to this school. They have uniforms for fights. Now, there are no more fights and bullying. Every student is safe and secure from and any harm. Read less
Posted by a parent on 09/23/11
This school 10x better than American Middle School. So much bullies there. This is a great school. No fights, and just peaceful and no harm! If your child goes ACMS, get them out of there. This is a great school. The people at ACMS are cruel!
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Posted by a parent on 09/23/11
My hats off to Sheila Quintana (principal) & to all the teachers of Solano Middle School! You made me a very proud mom of your 'Highest GPA Student of Class 2008'! My son will miss you all! Thank you for everything! THUMBS UP TO: Ms, Napier, you're the best! & Mr Rossmoor(custodian) for keeping
... Read more the school clean always! The Washington Trip was the best educational field trip ever--my son had the best time! Hopefully you can retain this program yearly for the 8th graders. PTO(Parent Teacher Organization) is an important tool & great source for school's activities & events. May more parents get involve with the fundraising and input in more fundraising ideas! Marching Band & Color Guard--keep up the fantastic job! Band boosters--good job! Overall, the academic level was excellently achieved this school year! Best of luck again this coming school year! From: Sheila C. Dizon, PTO Treasurer Read less
Posted by a parent on 07/24/08
I am so happy with this school. My child transferred a few months into the year from VMS, which was a horrendous experience. The Principal, staff and teachers took my child from wanting to drop out of school all together and from suffering from such depression that he could not sleep, to enjoying school
... Read more and feeling hopeful enough to talk about college again. This school cares. Read less
Posted by a parent on 06/21/07
I think that solano is a great school. Last year they weren't oh so good mainly because of the students and their behavior. This year they are relly shaping up. They're getting more strict with the rules when the bell rings, you see no one in the hallway. Its one of the schoold that I can really trust
... Read more with education. All thanks to mr. Clark and mr. Kelly and the wonderful staff ( teachers,janitor,ect..) Thanks! Read less
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Vallejo schools — Solano Middle School is located at 1025 Corcoran Ave, Vallejo CA 94589. 1025 Corcoran Ave is in the 94589 ZIP code in Vallejo, CA The school district for Solano Middle School is the Vallejo City Unified School District. Solano Middle School is a Public school that serves grade levels 6 - 8.
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