Although the teachers are good they have lost perspective of what a child on grade level should be able to accomplish. Students are bullied constantly. Lots of remedial help but not enough emphasis on science and social studies because there are too many students who are below grade level. Not a school for the advanced student to attend.
Weir Preparatory Academy is a public middle school. The principal of Weir Preparatory Academy is Martha Lacy-Meeks, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 645 children attend Weir Preparatory Academy and identify as Hispanic, Multiracial, and Filipino. 25% of the Weir Preparatory Academy students are "limited in English proficiency." 92% of the 645 students here get reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Weir Preparatory Academy is 12:1. Solano Christian Academy is one of the nearest middle schools.
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||1%||21431%|
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0.7%||0.9%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||92%||49%|
|Limited English proficiency||25%||18%|
My two boys have attended David Weir over the past 5 years & have been very happy. They have had amazing teachers who care about all of the students and do everything it takes to appropriately challenge each student. I have seen them intervene and assist struggling students to help them grow by leaps and bounds while challenging the brightest students to continue to grow. I have never seen harder working teachers! The school's College Ready focus is amazing. It adds excitement throughout the school while setting a greater purpose for the students rather than just focusing on the current & next grade. I have been very pleased with DAW!
David Weir Preparatory Academy has excellent teachers. They really love their students. The college bound focus is great for the students. There are a lot of wonderful kids that attend this school.
I am a teacher at this school and never have I worked with such a great group of teachers staff members and principal! We all truly care about the students and look out for their best interest at ALL times. I look forward to many successful years ahead!
Excellent teachers great mission and vision. Ever-Increasing student achievement. Fantastic community. Great technology in every classroom.
I attended this school back in the 70's when my dad was stationed in the area as part of his military service. This school was the arm pit of the public school system back then and the single worst school I ever attended. This school is single handedly responsible for my total disdain of the public school system.
I have 4 daughter that go to this school and we have struggled a lot but the staff and mostly the teacher have made like another family for my daughters so thanks david a weir 4 everything
this school is better and my child is making straight a's and is on honor roll thank you for everything you did to help her because before she made C's and D's but look at her now
My daughter has attended this school for 2 years. I see a lot of fights and she has been picked on a couple of times. However the teachers at the school seem fine.
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