This school is not where I would send my kids they dont offer alot of help for students with needs and the staff and administration just dont care some of them yes but the majority no the atmosphere no the kids there are ruthless if you ever move in this school's zone please send your child to a school worth going.
Cleveland Elementary School is a public elementary school in Spartanburg. The principal of Cleveland Elementary School is Audrey Grant and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 451 students attend Cleveland Elementary School and are mostly Black, non-Hispanic; White, non-Hispanic; and Hispanic. 84% of the 451 students here get reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Cleveland Elementary School is 13:1. St Paul The Apostle Catholic School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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It has great teachers parents and teachers.
I honestly have nothing negative to save about Cleveland. My children attended this school for 4 years. Once I transferred them to another school I realized one thing the love that the teachers at Cleveland have for their students are incredible. Which had me realize there's no school I'd rather have my children attend than Cleveland the staff their really cares about the children!
Altho my children no longer go to Cleveland Elementary in Spartanburg (due to relocating) they have fond memeories of the short time (2 years) they were there. Going into the school to register them that first time I honestly did not think I would like the school. No before you jump to the conclusion that I am prejudice against blacks I am not. I wondered while I was registering them how they would feel since they were getting ready to step into an environment where they would now be the minority. (my children are white). They were a little apprehensive that first day of their new school yet within the first week they had made new friends felt more welcome in that school that they had their previous school and did not worry about being the minority. I have fond memories also and love the school and staff.