Morgan Stanley
Welcome Morgan Stanley employees, thank you for participating in 2022 Global Volunteer Month!

Review your school!

A parent at Noah Webster Academy in Orem, UT said:

"Our daughter ... has made leaps and bounds academically, and socially. She is safe, appreciated by her teachers and peers, and feels that all the kids are equals"

Share your story

Recent reviews



Posted March 30, 2022
- a Parent / Guardian
Been associated to this school for 4 plus weeks and so far great experience. I have nothing to complain about .
A review for Kids R Kids Of Richardson in Richardson, TX


Posted March 30, 2022
- a Parent / Guardian
would be better if obama was here
A review for Edna Batey Elementary School in Elk Grove, CA


Posted March 30, 2022
- a Parent / Guardian
The school itself is ok the teachers as well are fine , the support staff and office person are friendly, the issue is leadership current GIS is passive and lacks empathy, principal is timid and does not stand ground, together they allow behavior to go unchecked and allow bullying to continue. Rather then have conversations and call out the bad behavior they dismiss and sweep it under a rug
A review for Cole Elementary School in Clovis, CA


Posted March 30, 2022
- a Parent / Guardian
I was a student here for ten years, and I can confidently say that Saint Agnes has prepared me in the best ways possible to succeed academically and morally. Saint Agnes has opened a gateway to new opportunities for me that have helped me succeed. The teachers at Saint Agnes are wonderful and the academics are especially challenging in upper school. Upper school is very homework heavy with hours of homework each night. The homework given then is more than the average high schooler gets. However, this prepared me well for high school as now I feel like I have no homework. Saint Agnes prepared me with great study skills and tips I still used to this day. The teachers here are very dedicated to their work and help your child to the best of their ability to succeed. However, there are certain staff who I found biased or gave people unfair advantages. While this was not everyone on the staff, their were a few. Even though there were teachers I necessarily found unfair or are unprofessional, a majority of the staff has left long lasting memories on me me to last a lifetime, teaching me a lot of life lessons. The Resources here are okay, their is the resource room with staff readily available to help. However, when it comes to learning differences, they are not good at advocating and helping everyone. If your kid has ADHD, Dyslexia, or any learning difference where they need a good amount of assistance, I would not recommend Saint Agnes. Also, they are not very strict on no bullying. During my time there, I saw numerous accounts of bullying, some that teachers even saw, and did nothing. They did nothing to step in, even though they say they have “zero tolerance” for bullying. However, the community here is wonderful and they feel as if they are my second family. I hope all families looking into Saint Agnes give their kids this opportunity to have their kids grow and strive to be the best versions of themselves at Saint Agnes.
A review for St Agnes School in Arlington, VA


Posted March 30, 2022
- a Parent / Guardian
Mr Foster is the New Principal 2021/2022. His excellent very professional. His doing everything in his power to get this school to the top. Teachers have to work more & teach simple & efficient. Specifically some more then others. I believe they should be evaluated every year to keep their position. Some definitely don’t belong in teaching that’s the only reason I don’t give this school a 5 star. I have 3 children so I have had different experiences & some good some not. Also needs more counselors & fresh faces for the front office. Over all a way better school then previous administration. Way to Go Mr Foster.
A review for Savannah Lakes Elementary School in Rosharon, TX


Posted March 30, 2022
- a Other (school staff, family member, recent alum, etc)
I was a student at this school for 10 years and received a strong foundation of education, but this school lacks good leadership and inclusion. Many of the teachers especially in the math department are weak as well as science. This school has corrupted under Principal Clay's leadership, as many of the good teachers have left after her hiring. This school is very small and lacks diversity. Clay has made plans of renovating the school for the past 5 years and hasn't taken any actions to further them. She is a corrupt principal. She even struggles to hire teachers because nobody wants to work with her. When thinking of where to send your child to school, think twice before sending your child to St. Peter's.
A review for St. Peter School in Washington, DC


Posted March 30, 2022
- a Parent / Guardian
Horrible! The teachers are RACST and disrespectful and don’t even care.
A review for Dalton Elementary School in Aurora, CO


Posted March 30, 2022
- a Parent / Guardian
Walden is fantastic and we couldn't have found a better place for our daughter to attend elementary school. The school lives its progressive and developmental mission and goals through daily practice. It provides an environment filled with challenge, support, warmth and humor while opening children's minds and hearts to the world and each other. We watched our child become more inquisitive, more confident, more inspired and wiser while there. The only thing to caution you about is that it will be hard to find a middle-school that lives up to the Walden experience! Now in middle-school, we often hear how impressed our daughter’s teachers are with the quality of her intellectual contributions, confidence and work ethic, and we have Walden to thank for getting her ready for this next phase of her education and life.
A review for Walden School in Pasadena, CA


Posted March 30, 2022
- a Parent / Guardian
It’s possible that this school has a bad reputation among many without any comparison to a broader range of educational experiences. I can absolutely say that compared to a “decent” school in California, RPBH is in a class above. Is it perfect? No, but my son doesn’t come home complaining about it and is broadening his experiences and getting good grades in honors classes that seem to be challenging. I also believe that great school ratings are bogus and the true measure of success is primarily based on the academic interest and effort of the individual student bolstered by the support and involvement they receive from home.
A review for Royal Palm Beach High School in ROYAL PALM BEACH, FL


Posted March 30, 2022
- a Other (school staff, family member, recent alum, etc)
The Principal should retire. Has no credibility as she focuses on Teachers that brown nose her style of Administration. Teacher turnover is outlandish
A review for St. Thomas More Catholic Elementary School in Alhambra, CA


Posted March 30, 2022
- a Parent / Guardian
We are so glad that we found The Chestnut Hill Academy school last year! The school helped my daughter to grow as an independent thinker and to be comfortable with other. The teachers are amazing and supportive. Great memories of her first Ski season this year too. Excellent academic program, strong school-family partnership, delicious lunches and many other things create kind and supportive atmosphere each day. Phenomenal Head of School who meets and greets us each morning. This school helps to raise the Leader inside each kid. There are lots of great resources with regard to music, art, computer science, lego class and they pay attention to social/emotional learning. And the classrooms are beautiful too.
A review for Chestnut Hill Academy in Bellevue, WA


Posted March 30, 2022
- a Parent / Guardian
The environment is good and the students seem to enjoy it. However, the academic standards are low. My son went to this school for 7th and 8th grade and is struggling with writing in high school because there was no focus on writing mechanics such as outlines and essay development. Lots of coloring in “main lesson” books but that doesn’t provide any actual value toward true academic achievement. The school is great for a social environment but academic rigor is lacking. My son needed structure and this school did not offer that. I truly believe this school made my son think that under achievement is acceptable. My daughter attended this school for 4th thru 6th grades and I think she got out just in time to go to a real school to prepare for high school before any serious damage could be done. The school used to be better rated which is what attracted us to it; however, I should have trusted my instincts on Waldorf education and enrolled my kids in the lower rated middle school.
A review for Monterey Bay Charter School in Pacific Grove, CA


Posted March 30, 2022
- a Parent / Guardian
I have 2 kids going to this school ever since they were in K and they enjoyed their teachers and staff very much. Almost all of the teachers know their names and siblings. I have a 1st grader and she enjoyed her teacher (Mrs. K) very much that she never wanted to miss one day of school. This give me hopes for the future :)
A review for Oak Heights Elementary School in Lynnwood, WA

no rating

Posted March 30, 2022
- a Current student
I have been a student at gem prep online for most of my academic career. Through those years, I have grown extremely grateful for what this school has done for me. I have had several amazing teachers throughout the years, and every single one of my teachers have been understanding and supportive. I have never felt like I couldn’t reach out to them when I have a question about my schooling. Overall, I believe that gem prep online has prepared me for my future in both an academic and personal success.
A review for Gem Prep: Online School in Deary, ID


Posted March 30, 2022
- a Parent / Guardian
so far I have one kid went to this school and so far it's been go good despite Covid pandemic. The teachers and counselor are approachable via email. I am glad that they responded to emails and responded to my concerns.
A review for Alderwood Middle School in Lynnwood, WA
Top