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14140 West Mcdowell Rd, Goodyear, AZ 85395 , Tel: +1 (623) 414-4883 Trivium Preparatory Academy
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    Type: Charter Middle School
    Grades: 6-9
  • 332

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Great Hearts Academies - Trivium Prep Ratings & Reviews

February 01, 2018 Submitted by a parent
Our first year was great, our second year was an eye opener. It became apparent the principal had no idea what was going on in the classrooms, when she did learn teachers were not following the curriculum, she had no followup. When other parents brought the same complaints to her, she would lie and say she had no prior knowledge of the issues. Their "program" consists of throwing information at students and hoping it sticks. They don't actually teach your kids, they leave that up to the parents to do at home. There is no reward system to make the children realize hard work pays off. Six different parents told me (separately), our son's teacher was sucking the desire to learn out of their child. In contrast, they expect parents to reward their staff all the time, with teacher appreciation day quarterly. The teachers talk down to the children regularly. They don't have a library with many books that kids can check out books. Honestly, the school is a sham. I'm so disappointed I wasted two years of my son's life at this school. I feel bad for other parents who fell for Trivium's marketing pitch like I did. The reality is they have 1100 students waiting to take your child's spot, and therefore, the cashflow is guaranteed into their school. The state gives Trivium $6900 for each pupil (public schools get $7500 per pupil), they complain that it isn't enough and they need your donations to make up the difference but they don't offer anywhere near the services that a public school does such as bus, books, hot lunch, true reading specialists, gifted and LD classes/testing so why do they need more money? They aren't using it for the library, that's bare. And in response to the teacher/ parent who said bad reviews of this school came from parents whose children were not performing well, that is a complete lie. My child was in the top 5% of his class and continues to be in the top 5% at his new public school (in a different state). When my daughter got to her new school, she got most improved her first quarter because she was so far behind the other students and she continues to flourish. So, its not the student, it's Trivium. Arizona has a poor public education system but the fact is Trivium fails just as badly.
January 24, 2018 Submitted by a parent
I would have to search far and wide for a school experience worse that trivium prep.
November 29, 2017 Submitted by a teacher
The lack of diversity at this school is extremely unfortunate. As the only African American teacher at this school I felt extremely bullied and ostracized by the leadership and Director of College Counseling. Several times I was even called aggressive by the the Headmaster, which is highly inaccurate and offensive. ItΓÇÖs sad that minority students donΓÇÖt truly see themselves in the faculty. If your student is a minority, good luck. I say this having seen disturbing things with for myself. I read several reviews online about the HIGH turnover, but choose to ignore it. This was a huge mistake. TheyΓÇÖll never be this high performing school they boost about because every year there are new teachers. There is no consistency for students. At some point the leadership has to take a real look at why so many teachers leave each and every year. I think there are some great teachers and students at this school, but overall deeply rooted issues need to be fixed. If this school had their transcripts audited theyΓÇÖd be in some serious trouble.
November 09, 2017 Submitted by a parent
This school has provided a great experience for my child. It's a great sign when your child comes home excited and wants to pursue learning more about something that was discussed in school. Some may say that the homework load is too much; however, I have found that homework is only too much when my child is leaving the homework to the last minute. This is not a problem with the school, but with how my child approaches the homework. Learning effective time management can solve many issues regarding the time it takes to complete homework. This is a great opportunity for kids to learn real life skills that will help them in college and beyond.The teachers are great and inspire a love of learning.Overall, it is a great experience. If your child is having difficulty, there are a myriad of support opportunities available to them. It's a great school and great community.
September 29, 2017 Submitted by a parent
Generally those whose students are excelling here will give great reviews and those whose children are overwhelmed academically will give low reviews. Its a challenging curriculum and not every student can handle it. Getting straight A's in the public school does not mean students will get straight A's here. New students are generally not accepted in 11th or 12th grade because they are too far behind to keep up. The work is hard and the homework is long at times. But the students are incredibly prepared for college. I'm amazed at the reviews that denigrate the culture and policies of the school as they are well laid-out prior to attending. If you want pop culture, phone use in the classroom, funny socks and shoes, blue hair, etc. this is not the school for you. Discipline is also taken very seriously. Bullying is not tolerated. My kids have been at the school since the day it opened. It is a free charter school, but since it only receives 75% of what public schools receive, they ask for donations. Every parent should feel privileged to help provide for their child's education. The wait list here for students to get in is over 1000 long. They are doing something right. I am a parent of two Trivium students as well as a teacher.
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Before you start packing, make sure Great Hearts Academies - Trivium Prep is really the best option for your child. To recap, Great Hearts Academies - Trivium Prep is a well-known charter 6-9 school in Goodyear. It is located at 14140 West Mcdowell Rd, Goodyear, AZ 85395 and it is the second home of 332 students. Please note that available apartments near a given school are filtered by proximity, not by attendance zone. We advise parents to visit the schools in person and contact the admissions offices for further information on school performance and attendance zones before making a final decision.

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