Stanley Hupfeld Academy is a wonderful school with excellent staff dedicated to educating each student to the highest standards and giving them a safe secure and loving environment to learn in.
Stanley Hupfeld Academy at Western Village is a charter elementary school in The Village. The principal of Stanley Hupfeld Academy at Western Village is Ruthie Rayner and can be contacted at email@example.com. 330 students attend Stanley Hupfeld Academy at Western Village and identify as Black, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and White, non-Hispanic. 82% of the 330 students here get reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Stanley Hupfeld Academy at Western Village is 14:1. Casady School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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There are so many programs in place to help kids academically and otherwise. The staff really works together to provide all they can for kids.
SHA is a great school! Teachers truly care about the students and their education. There are numerous programs in place for tutoring specialized interests etc. The class size is consistently 22 (give or take 1) and paraprofessionals are plentiful.
Stanley Hupfeld Academy puts their students first! Our students love coming to school and learning! We are preparing them for a bright future! It is an honor to be a part of such an amazing place for students!
Hi I have a daughters thats 3 will be 4 in Nov.. Will she be able to start pre-k?
"Shocking!!!!!" a 5 completely unacceptable. Staff there have an imperious belief that they are superior to the community and the children they serve which transcends into the teaching faculty and resultss into this horrendous score for a school touted to be one of the best in OKC.
Because it is a great school for the children in our neighborhood!
This school is great if you have a child with discipline problems but for those who don't your child will get lost in the mess and then have to flip cards just to make trouble. Kids who want to learn get lost and it is up to the parent to keep them on track. Teacher's are to busy with disciplining to teach kids.
I taught at WVA for 4 years and loved it! The staff was very supportive of each other and teamwork was key! Western Village continues to improve in every area. They have made great strides to provide the best educational experience for their students. Small class sizes with the help of paraprofessionals is just one of the benefits at WVA.
Although Western Village is a charter school (which allows them to accept students from anywhere in Oklahoma City) they only except students from the surrounding neighborhood in open enrollment. Other students can enroll later if there are any openings. However if your child is accepted into the school from outside the neighborhood they will not be allowed to stay in the school through the 5th grade. They constantly talk about how important it is to keep your child in the same school yet they are contributing to the problem by making out of neighborhood kids reapply every year. When Oklahoma City Public Schools grant a transfer it is for the duration of time the child will attend that school (through 5th for elementary 6-8 for middle school etc). Western Village does not adhere to this same policy which hurts both the student and the school (in terms of test scores etc.)