Worst school my daughter has ever gone to. My daughter was there for two years when I finally pulled her out and sent her to a private because we couldn't get a transfer to go somewhere else. Teachers were terrible My daughter didn't get the help she needed or the education they promised us.
Goldsmith Elementary School is a public elementary school in Louisville. 677 children attend Goldsmith Elementary School and are mostly Asian; Black, non-Hispanic; and White, non-Hispanic. 81% of the 677 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at Goldsmith Elementary School is 16:1. St Martha Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0.3%||0%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0.1%||0%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||81%||59%|
Goldsmith is an awesome school! I actually started my child at a traditional school. Jumped through hoops to do so. Wasn't happy with level of support he got...so...I moved him to goldsmith. That was in 1st grade. We're now moving away and he is 5th. I'm really sad about it. The school has been incredible. Many activities and things are done with the best interest of the child. Ex. Recently a child was almost hit that was a walker. Immediately they changed the rules! Walkers released last this to prevent all the cars in the car pull lines. I thought this was a great move on their part..especially with my child being a walker. Also great job with extra activities. My son has been very involved in the past few years. Can't go wrong with this truly neighborhood school. Thanks Goldsmith!! The Allemang Family!
Great school I learned alot...
Goldsmith is a wonderful school and I'm very proud to have been a student. Teachers took care of disruptive students quickly and you learned from caring teachers. Everyone is so friendly and it felt like one big family.
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