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Tucson Country Day School Review

Tucson Country Day School opened in 2000 offering as a charter school providing an alternative education for students in kindergarten through 8th grades. The school has a structured and safe learning environment with caring teachers that work diligently to prepare students for their high school years.

In the beginning, the school opened in 1968 as a private school for students in preschool through 6th grades. In 2000, the school became a public charter school for students in kindergarten through 3rd grade. The administration began adding a new grade level each year until 2005 when they reached 8th grade. Students start school in kindergarten and can attend the same school until entering high school, which helps provide a better environment where students can gain life long friendships and a family like atmosphere.

Along with core subjects the school offers extra curricular activities, sports and student clubs including drama, painting, chorus, computer arts, basketball, cheerleading, football, physical education classes, soccer, volleyball, yearbook, science & technology, and student government.

The majority of parents are truly pleased with the Tucson Country Day School. They state their children are learning and enjoying going to school. The small class size and dedicated teachers are one reason the school is a huge success. One parent did have a few complaints including bullies at school, students receiving detention for small infractions, students in lower grades not allowed to use library for schoolwork, and detention is actually working in the garden. Other parents never mentioned any of these complaints and are very happy with the school, staff, and curriculum.

The percentage of students that passed the AIMS exams were above average in all grades and all core subjects. Since most of the comments were positive and the tests scores were quite a bit above state average the school is providing an excellent education. Of course, it would still be in your best interest to make sure it is a good fit for your child before enrolling.

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Tucson Country Day School
9239 E. Wrightstown Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85715
Phone: 520-296-0883


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