This school is wonderful! the learning environment is essentially the foundation of success as well as the quality of the teachers which sba knows all a bout..the school is in a great neighborhood and it is very clean. My two boys are in the 4th and 1st grade and they love it here.the only down side is they don't have transitional pre k classes which is inconvenient for my 3rd little fella who won't get to go to school with his big brothers.overall I'm highly satisfied with the educational drive shown by sba!
Susan B. Anthony Elementary School is a public elementary school in Colma. The principal of Susan B. Anthony Elementary School is Gay Gardner-Berk, who can be contacted at email@example.com. 523 students go to Susan B. Anthony Elementary School and identify as Hispanic; Unspecified; and White, non-Hispanic. 59% of the Susan B. Anthony Elementary School students have "limited English proficiency." 65% of the 523 students here get reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Susan B. Anthony Elementary School is 20:1. John F. Kennedy Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
- P.E. classes
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||3%||%|
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0.2%||0.8%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||65%||50%|
|Limited English proficiency||59%||35%|
I have two children at this school and we are really happy with the program. Teachers are commited to excellence and go the extra mile to help their students succeed. The school is beautiful and the grounds are immaculate. There are many special programs and tutoring opportunities. The principal is visible and involved with parents and students. This is a fantastic school it feels like a private school!
This school rocks. Let's start withthe principal -fabulous leader with vision and direction. The teachers are knowledgeable and work hard to help all children learn and succeed. The secretary is friendly and helpful. This school has lots of services and programs like reading intervention after-school tutoring small group assistance and daily English Language Development. Against all the challenges SBA shines and should be reconized for its ability to educate all children. No wonder there is always a waiting list it is worth it if you can get in here.
This school is a great public school. The facilities are up to date the principal and teachers are great. My daughter is now in the third grade and her kindergarten - 2nd grade teachers continue their relationship with her. The speech and after school programs are lovingly cared for and managed. All in all SBA has been a great school for the last four years and the test scores are improving!
My son goes to SBA and he loves it. His teacher pushes them to try harder and to give there best. He has learned so much I thought he was not going to be able to capture so much knowledge. The teacher is very interactive with the parents and informative with the children's progress. I'll sending my daughter SBA next year also.
I have two daughters that attend 1st and 2nd grade at SBA. I think it is a GREAT school. The principal and the teachers that my daughters have had are wonderful. Not only have they learned so much academicaly but thier behavior has improved. I highly recommend Susan B. Anthony to any parent!
SBA has a wonderfully dedicated principal and a kind hardworking knowledgeable staff. The students have a wonderful sense of community and enjoy coming to school.
OK School. This school was previously only 5th and 6th grade. This school year (2004-2005) thay changed to k-5 with the closure of Colma Elementry. The downside to that is larger class sizes.
I think Susan B. Anthony school is the best school for your children because they have alot of great activities. Your child(ren) in 5th grade can go to Outdoor Education. They have great staff and teachers. I love my teacher because she pushes us to learn. My teacher has a pink slip and so does alot of teachers and staff at that school so help Susan B. Anthony by going to the board meetings at Fernado Rivera Middle School. My parents and I love Susan B. Anthony and that's why your child should go there.