We love Miraloma! Our two kids are thriving at this great school with wonderfully caring teachers staff and principal. The teachers and principal really care that the students are learning with their whole minds and bodies - lots of attention placed on physical and social/emotional learning not just straight academics (which are also top notch). The school community is very warm and inclusive bringing families together to play learn and support the kids in every way possible. It's a school where there's a lot of parent & community financial/volunteer support too which enables the kids to experience a much wider range of activities. We feel very lucky and you will too!
Miraloma Elementary School is a public elementary school in San Francisco. The principal of Miraloma Elementary School is Ronnie Machado, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 364 students attend Miraloma Elementary School and identify primarily as Black, non-Hispanic; Unspecified; and Multiracial. 7% of the Miraloma Elementary School students are "limited in English proficiency." 16% of the 364 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at Miraloma Elementary School is 17:1. St. Brendan Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
- Ceramics sculpture
- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
- Theater drama
- Video film production
- Martial arts self defense
- P.E. classes
- Rock climbing
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Miraloma is a great school with fantastic teachers and a history of strong principals which is being upheld with our new principal Sam Bass. We love the inclusive community of parents who work together to support all of our students both through fund-raising for wonderful enrichments and services (class size reduction art and music programs garden program organic snacks daily for the whole school school social worker etc) and through creating a cohesive community which recognizes the concept of "it takes a village to raise a child". I consider myself a shy person but I have found the community to be extremely welcoming to anyone interested in participating in the school at whatever level. We feel fortunate that our children have Miraloma as their elementary school experience.
We truly won the lottery when my son got into Miraloma 5 years ago. This is everything we were looking for in a school. The teachers are amazing and I can't say enough positive things about the leadership. The old principal (Mr. Machado) was beloved so many were a little nervous about getting a new principal. Mr. Bass has risin to the challenge and has taken over the reins of the school without missing a beat despite the added challenge of a school under construction. And the best part of the school is the warm and open community. Each grade goes on an annual grade-wide camping trip which means you really get to know not just the kids in class but their families as well. Miraloma is truly a special place.
Miraloma is such a wonderful community of student faculty staff and parents. You really can feel the positive energy even as you just walk the halls and it comes from a lot of people putting in a lot of hard work to make it that way. Miraloma really is one of the gems in SFUSD.
I would have to say this is a great school not only do they do focus on getting the children at the expected level but also get them involved in a community that is almost impossible to not become part of. On the downside if you are not to chatty there are "groups" of parents that are their own "gang" and gather around after school which reminds me of high school days when each person joined a group and often times did not accept newbies. Parents do get to gather/speak with who ever is accepted to their "groups." That would be the only thing I dislike about Miraloma not feeling welcomed. Academic wise... I can't complain they've made a huge progress on my child's learning. Also another downside for those who rely on public transportation -- IT IS UP ON A HILL! So even driving there gets a bit crazy I find myself getting to school at least 25 minutes early to avoid the traffic and find parking. On my daily routine I get to grab some coffee from Starbucks right on Portola before heading there to make my morning smoother! GOOD LUCK!
This school fosters community -- among the students and parents alike. While it's not a small school per se (360 kids) it feels like it. Class sizes are low teachers take great care to get to know the students and families.
One kid just graduated (with a passion for Shakespeare because of a stellar 5th grade teacher) and one is still there (and developed a love of reading from a warm and motivational 2nd grade teacher). Miraloma is a happy friendly and engaging place. The principal teachers and support staff try to meet the needs of every student. The parent community is active at all levels. There are always parents around helping in the class rooms or the snack program. The PTA is well organized and fund raising is effective so the school offers ceramics poetry drama dance PE and reading intervention. The after school programs are wonderful. You can't go wrong sending your kids here.
My son attends Miraloma entering the 1rst grade. So far our experience has been great. Miraloma has a very strong community with parents that are very involved and create an environment for success. The teachers and faculty our great. The PTA raises a decent amount of money to fund extra programs including PE arts literacy and math experts and lower class room sizes.
Fantastic school! It is everything that an elementary school should be... art music poetry dedicated teachers and principal etc...
I intend to visit the school soon to inspect in order to compare and select the best school for my children.
The parent-teacher community is wonderful. The school itself is a bright happy place - my spirits lift just walking in the doors. Everyone is always smiling. The principal is very accessible he walks the halls and yards every day and knows every child by name. It's a special place.
Miraloma Elementary is an amazing school! Our oldest daughter is on her 3rd year and our youngest is about to enter kindergarten. The teachers staff and parents here at Miraloma help provide an eductional environment where our children learn to thrive intellectually and socially. I would recommend Miraloma to anyone!
The school has all the elements that a good school should; Caring teaches and principal involved parents and good children.
Miraloma has a supportive inclusive environment. I have loved all my daughter's teachers the principal is amazing parents are welcomed and encouraged to volunteer in the classrooms or in many other capacities. I can't wait until my son starts.
this is a wonderful elementary school with great teachers a fantastic principal and a very involved parent community.
The Teachers are compassionate commited and invested in the kids. The principle does a great job building this school into a tight community. The parents are active and involved.
A community of people dedicated to the best interests of the children.
A sunny place full of energetic kids volunteer parents dedicated teachers and an inspiring principal. Colorful art and crafts are created along a spectrum of subjects that include singing dance gardening ceramics and poetry. Children are active participants from 'runathons' to 'readathons' - all in all a great place to be a kid!
Most amazingly compassionate inclusive smart and action-oriented community I've ever been part of from teachers to principal to parents to kids. Child-centered and teacher-centered learning environment at its best.
Excellent Principle devoted teachers progressive student inclusion and conflict resolution programs
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