Spruce Street is an incredible gem of a school. Everything positive said here I completely agree with and more! They do accept more "kids with challenges" than other private schools (meaning they accept a few maybe one or less per class) but this only serves to add an element of diversity that all kids benefit from and opportunities to learn and develop social skills for a diverse world community. While my kid isn't considered "challenging " I've only heard positive things from those with challenging kids and have seen a lot of individual attention and planning directed to those kids. My only complaint would be around dealings with lice we have gotten it from school more times than friends I know at other schools and the school doesn't do much in the way of curtailing it--they only rarely even report its existence when notified. A once or twice annual school-wide check easily and cheaply conducted by a local lice removal company would do the trick.
About This School
Spruce St. School is a private elementary school in Seattle. The principal of Spruce St. School is Briel M Schmitz. 98 students go to Spruce St. School and are mostly Black, non-Hispanic; Multiracial; and Asian. The student to teacher ratio at Spruce St. School is 9:1. Queen Anne Community School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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