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Heritage Elementary – West Campus Review

Heritage Elementary opened their West Campus in 2001 for students in pre-kindergarten through 8th grades in Glendale. The school caters to students to prepare them for their school years while using traditional early childhood learning methods as well as gifted. Special education is also available for students with speech, language, and certain learning disabilities. The campus offers a gym, library, computers, cafeteria, and has access to sports fields.

Along with the traditional core subjects, West Campus also offers extra curricular activities including music, band, choir, basketball, football, baseball, track, cross country, and volleyball.

There are quite a few mixed reviews at the school with some parents very excited the school and pleased with the achievement of their children. On the side of the coin, a few parents expressed their concern over parents and students that were disrespectable to staff, teachers, as well as other children and parents. This may not be a reflection on the school, however, when the issue was presented to the principle nothing changed with this behavior. The majority of parents and students are very happy with Heritage Elementary along with the teachers and staff. It would be in your best interest to talk with other parents since a few are having issues with the school, however, when you look at the test scores of the school it seems that teachers are doing every well providing students with the knowledge and education they need to aspire.

3rd graders passed or exceeded the AIMS series of tests with a higher percentage than the state average in reading, writing, and math. 4th graders also showed higher percentages including Science which is only required to students in 4th, 8th, and 10th grades. 5th graders did not do as well in reading with 8% less than the state average passing, in writing 18% less than the state average, and 12% less in math than the state average. 6th graders did well in reading with above average percentages, but were lower in writing and math. 7th graders were equal to the state average in reading and just a bit higher in writing and math. 8th graders were higher in reading, math, and writing, but lower in science.

Heritage Elementary – West Campus
13419 W. Ocotillo Road
Glendale, AZ 85307


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