I went to this school and this school is bad. They teachers are okay but the staff that is suppose to help you with a situation dont help at all. The pick sides and then talk about you to others. D O N O T S E N D Y O U C H I L D T O V I L L A G E A C A D E M Y
Village Academy is a public middle school. The principal of Village Academy is MS. DORIS LEE and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 275 children attend Village Academy and identify primarily as Black, non-Hispanic; Asian; and White, non-Hispanic. 15% of the Village Academy students are "limited in English proficiency." 76% of the 275 students here get reduced lunch prices. Ms 53 Brian Piccolo is one of the nearest middle schools.
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0%||0.6%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0%||%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||76%||78%|
|Limited English proficiency||15%||10%|
Extremely low student achievement and high turnover rate for teachers. No teacher wants to stay at this school because of the culture that is established which is one of dictatorship. Less than 20% of all students are meeting proficiency. Sad to say but the principal intimidates teachers with U ratings; teachers are expected to forget about their entire lives and live solely for the school. Instead of focusing on instruction more attention is placed on bulletin boards and school events.
I LOVE MY SCHOOL VILLAGE ACADEMY ( IM A 8TH GRADER IN 802 ) & I FEEL AS IF MRS.LEE MAKES US FEEL SAFE WHEN WE WALK THROUGH THOSE DOORS SHE MAKES SURE THAT WE ARE BEING RESPECTFUL RESPONSIBLE & EXCELLENT AT ALL TIMES .. SHE LOVES US . & I ALSO LOVE ALL OF THE TEACHERS .. EVERY STUDENT SHOULD ATTEND TO VILLAGE ACADEMY !! )
LOve ms.lee 605 m.w and allllll the teachers chiao andd there are not lots of fights but the 8th grade tend to pick on 6th and 7th
Stay away from the school both teachers and parents. Do not send your child here. Lots of fights in the school and the principal has no idea of running a school. She spends her time micromanaging and making the teachers' lives miserable instead of trying to find ways to improve her school. Send her back to the principal's academy.