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  • Apartment
    2045 Village Park Way, Encinitas, CA 92024
    $2,026 - $2,107
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Gaines Investment Trust
    Available Today! Last updated 10 Jul 2020
    (844) 321-5808
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    309 N. Solana Hills Drive, Solana Beach, CA 92075
    $1,915 - $2,840
    • Studio-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Urschel Development Corp
    Available Today! Last updated 10 Jul 2020
    (858) 684-1004
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    3402 Calle Odessa, Carlsbad, CA 92009
    $1,782 - $3,750
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Available Today! Last updated 10 Jul 2020
    (844) 811-7484
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    1320 Via Terrassa, Encinitas, CA 92024
    $2,139 - $3,001
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Urschel Development Corp
    Available Today! Last updated 10 Jul 2020
    (760) 944-1800

The Rhoades School Overview

141 South Rancho Santa Fe Road, Encinitas, CA 92024 , Tel: +1 (760) 436-1102

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The Rhoades School Ratings & Reviews

March 25, 2020 Submitted by a community member
You know a solid 2.5/10 but only because I wasn’t murdered while at this school. Kids trying to take their own lives and such, but I mean at least nobody did the job for us.
September 14, 2018 Submitted by a parent
Our Sons attended this school for 3 years and initially my husband and I were thrilled with this school as we believed it would academically challenge our Sons; however, we were soon disappointed. Little of what was touted during the recruitment actually manifested at the school.Lack of Teacher Supervision. As Professors, my Husband and I are accustomed to our peers reviewing our teaching. This is done to ensure that students are receiving the best education. At The Rhoades School there is no teacher reviews and consequently, there is little cohesion between teachers and growth of teaching methods.Teachers are not Participating in Yearly Trainings. Our knowledge about teaching is growing and training programs share new teaching methods to inspire students to learn. During our time at The Rhoades School, none of my Sons teachers took any trainings, resulting in outdated and archaic teaching methodologies. Bullying. Bullying is a big problem at The Rhoades School and little to nothing is done to address this. Discipline. The Rhoades School uses disciplinary methods that have been repeatedly shown to cause distress in students. Time out chairs and sending kids out in the hallway has been shown to cause anxiety in the student being reprimanded and the other students in the classroom.Gossiping. Teachers and parents gossip about the students at this school. One of the 4th grade teachers spoke about the negative behaviors of her students with another parent, who in turn told all the other parents about such negative behaviors. Student behaviors should only be discussed between the student and his/her parent.Unqualified to Teach. Teaching gifted and bright students is challenging and in my 3 years there, not a single teacher was qualified to teach bright and gifted children. I heard teachers yelling at students, sending them out to the hallway, and telling parents to hire a tutor. My purpose of writing this review, is to inform the public that The Rhoades School is ill equipped to handle gifted or bright children. Since pulling our Sons from this school, their academic performance has soared and they are 2 - 3 grades ahead in all their subjects. So if you are seriously considering sending your children to The Rhoades School, do your research as this may not be the best fit for your child.
May 22, 2017 Submitted by a community member
I'm am so disappointed in the schools in this area in general. We were having issues with our local public school, They were just unable to adjust and handle the different needs of the children in the class. We needed a specialized school for my daughter and this school has a really beautiful campus. But with is also comes a bit of a snobbishness of what you would expect at a private school in New York. It did put us off but we were willing to look past that annoyance to get the right fit for my daughter. This school however is different to other gifted schools I have researched in the US, because they they don't require you to get proper IQ testing such as the Stanford-Binet or the Wechsler Intelligence Scales. They make you take a test which also happens to be the same tests that private schools in NY like to give their pupils, the ERB AABL. Its not a real IQ test, and I can't believe a real gifted school would give this test to kids and judge them by that. It seems they are more aimed at the kids that do well in a traditional school set up and that are smart but not necessarily gifted. They don't seem to know much about gifted kids, such as the fact that not all gifted children learn to read at 3. You can be gifted and read late for many reasons. And this information is everywhere and not at all a phenomena. So its a red flag that they like to advertise themselves as a gifted school but they do not want any of the quirks that come with a child that is gifted. So I come to reason they want smart children and not gifted children.Secondly they don't allow for a child to advance at their own pace, you can't do first and second grade in one year for example. This again is not in line with what you would expect from a school that caters to the needs of gifted children. Down the road at Pacific Academy they allow for a much better curriculum for gifted children, but they unfortunately don't have a cool campus like Rhoades. Also they have quite a large teacher to Student ratio which is I think 1:18. Gifted children differ from one another, and its a bit of a high ratio to meet the differing levels that gifted children would have. I'm just disappointed that this gifted school can't be of help to my gifted daughter, they are a for show school, using the term gifted not knowing what it really is. This might mean for us a move to another State entirely.
March 10, 2017 Submitted by a parent
"We transferred our daughter to the Rhoades School to complete her Kindergarten Year. She was enrolled in public school for the first few month of the school year, but we quickly realized it was not a good fit for her. We shared our concerns with some friends whose children go to Rhoades and they recommended that we tour the school as another option. Boy am I glad we did!!! Our daughter is doing so well at Rhoades! My husband and I are very excited to see how quickly and comfortably she has adjusted to her new school. It is an understatement to say that she is happier now. She loves Mrs. Ruppi (and Mrs. Sugarman “Shuggi"") and her new friends at Rhoades. She comes home every day enthusiastically telling us about what she has learned and her attitude/behavior has noticeably improved at home. Transferring our daughter to Rhoades was by and large the best decision we could have made for her social and academic development and well-being!!! On top of that, the staff and parents at Rhoades are so nurturing and have made our family feel so welcome. It really is a special community and we feel blessed to be part of it."
March 25, 2016 Submitted by a parent
Both of my daughters (6th & 3rd grade) attend The Rhoades School. My older daughter transferred last year from public because she needed a more challenging and stimulating educational experience, and it has been exactly what we had hoped for--and more. She went from dreading school to chattering away about the exciting things she is doing and learning. We were so impressed by Rhoades that we decided to enroll our younger daughter this year. She is also far more stimulated and has benefited from the smaller class sizes and outstanding learning environment, where the children are well-adjusted, kind, and intellectually curious. I only regret not sending both of my children there sooner! Particularly when compared with other private schools, I think the cost is quite fair, considering the quality of the education, the wonderful parent community, and the sense of belonging that the children experience.
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Apartments and homes for rent near The Rhoades School

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