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Imagine School at Rosefield Review

Imagine School at Rosefield opened in 2005 in Surprise for students in kindergarten through 6th grades. The school normally has 850 students enrolled each year. Along with the core subjects the school offers a variety of other activities that students can enjoy and interact with their peers including band, computer arts, sculpture, dance, chorus, drama, painting, along with sports such as basketball, football, cheerleading, track, tennis, kickball, volleyball, softball, physical classes, tennis, sports baseball, golf, cross country, soccer, ultimate Frisbee, and martial arts. Students can also join clubs including newspaper, yearbook, debate, student council, and science and technology.

Parents express their concerns about the way the school is going downhill. In the first few years after the school opened, it was a friendly caring environment but recently teachers are not staying, administration is not guiding the staff in the right direction and students do not feel the encouragement they did before. Parents are very pleased with the teachers that have stayed that are caring and help students achieving their goals. The lack of guidance from administration is the disappointing factor for most parents.

If you pay attention to the AIMS testing scores, 3rd graders did well in reading and writing with the same score in reading as the state average and were above average in writing. Math scores were just a bit lower than the state average. 4th graders scored higher than state average in reading, science, and math, but below state average in writing. 5th graders were above average in reading and writing, but below average in math. 6th graders did not fair well being lower in reading and math, but just above average in writing.

Imagine School at Rosefield
12050 North Bullard Avenue
Surprise, AZ 85379


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