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    11124 Cedar Glen View, Colorado Springs, CO 80921
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    (719) 666-3896
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    1330 Kelly Johnson Boulevard, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
    $1,368 - $1,810
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    (720) 909-8120
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    8175 Summerset Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
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    Coughlin Property Mgmt LLC
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    9403 Cadmium View, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
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The Classical Academy Charter Overview

975 Stout Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80921 , Tel: +1 (719) 484-0081 Academy 20 School District
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    Type: Charter Elementary School
    Grades: K-6
  • 2152

    Students

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The Classical Academy Charter Ratings & Reviews

August 09, 2018 Submitted by a community member
I had lost all faith in TCA, when I had witnessed children group together as the school Outcasts. You knew these children were on their radar. They asked us in private not to play or associate with these children; or, the administration would penalized your Children. These Children were struggling Children or Who, needed the Specialist in learning disabilities or behavioral issues. (See the school public record for disabilities) In my opinion, they were chasing them out. Reason, for school rankings. Otherwise, this School would be looked at as any other “Average” Public School. Latter, a private practice Behavioral Modification Specialist with a Dr. confirmed my experience. Her clients were being chased out of TCA. All at the expense of these children, who have Federal rights. All public funded school are required to provide services- Charter Schools included. But TCA’s business model or/and leadership would mislead you to believe different- in knowing your rights. Just ask?! Cover story is no funding. With %50 percent more funding this year and private family funding? Maybe they are having a rention or Financial issue.... This kind of School in most states, would be out of business. This year, a Thornton Charter School was sued for this kind of business model, discrimination and limiting Disabilities services. Not above the Fed’s. -I feel mislead by TCA academic rankings and most of all, I’m outraged how they treat and discriminate Children in this modern day and age.... With all the modern education, neuroscience research and techniques on Behavioral and Learning Disabilities we have today! Especially with the rise of Mental Health issues vs. lack of services? Which, Newsweekly had done back in 2017 on this School Suicides. There should be a social awareness about this School business model inhumane ways towards Children that need services. -I am encouraged by other New Completing Charter Schools setting the example of transparency, Federal guidelines, and embracing Teaching in this modern day.
June 12, 2018 Submitted by a parent
I have three children who attend TCA, and it has been a great fit for our family. We appreciate the experienced and caring teachers, the strong sense of community among families, and the effective school leadership. The curriculum is full of rich learning opportunities such as living history days, poetry, and a strong commitment to the basics of math and literacy.
May 11, 2018 Submitted by a community member
If you have neurotypical kids, they may get a decent education. If you have children with special needs, run far, far away. They will do everything within their power to bully your kids to the point of a breakdown to get them OUT THE DOOR -- all so that they can maintain falsely-inflated test scores.
February 23, 2018 Submitted by a parent
I've put three students through TCA K-6. I'll start off with the most striking thing: For the first time in 12 years, they have posters leaving the school asking parents to recruit for them. "Tell your friends." They have NEVER had to do that before and have always had long wait lists.The Good: THERE IS NO PERFECT SCHOOL. The best way to think about TCA is that it is "the least worst option". Many K-6 schools in D20/D38 are train wrecks. Lookin' at you DaVinci, Palmer Lake, and Antelope. I like the uniform policy, emphasis on character education, and the facilities are good. They make the most of the teachers despite high turnover. My youngest had 3 different teachers in 5th grade last year, and I think either 2 or three different teachers in 4th grade. Lots of reasons for this, but the basic message is that you might finish the year with a different teacher than who you started with. I know a lot of TCA parents. The happiest TEND to be the ones who are down at the school "volunteering" (helicoptering) 3-4 days a week or have a parent who does not work outside the home.The Bad: The writing curriculum is terrible. The children are given rubrics which emphasize decorative writing (lots of adjects/adverbs/clauses), but with zero emphases on content. Your child could write complete gibberish as long as it is 5 paragraphs in length and contains each of the 30-40 (no joke) rubric items. Your child could write a wonderful paper with great structure and compelling ideas...and get a C- because she used 10 adverbs instead of the required 15 adverbs. The math program (5-6 book is called Envision Math) is awful. The book is awful. I am a math teacher for K-12 students and I am not exaggerating. When I met with the TCA curriculum folks, they told me it was the book that their staff "hated the least". In addition to all the goofy CCS stuff, it is organized like somebody took a math book, scattered the pages, and reassembled them at random. Almost no emphasis on core arithmetic skills development. They dumped Saxon Math (which is actually pretty good) for Envision. My first two students (Saxon) were well prepared for pre-algebra in 7th. My third student's math skills have been wrecked by Envision, and she is struggling in pre-al.Do not go to parent conferences expecting much to change. High student attrition appears to have them worried.
August 24, 2017 Submitted by a community member
I attended this school for 6th grade only and my experience was so terrible that it negatively affected me for the rest of my time in middle and highschool. I was bullied to no end and when it was brought to the principal's attention she suspended me based on rumors the students that were bullying me made up. This school is made to create little robots that can't think for themselves and simply do as their told because all the creativity and uniquness has been sucked out of them. If you so much as wear the wrong belt or pair of shoes you will be punished even as a young child.
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    Apartments and homes for rent near The Classical Academy Charter

    Your child’s education is your top priority. We know that because—well, you’re looking at this page, aren’t you? If you think your kid would feel right at home at The Classical Academy Charter, and you are contemplating moving closer so the little rascal will never miss a class, we have some good news for you and your family. Commute will never be an issue if you pick an apartment within 5 miles of The Classical Academy Charter, and that should not be hard as you can currently choose from 43 apartments for rent available in this part of Colorado Springs. Not familiar with rent prices in the area? The cheapest apartment near The Classical Academy Charter is currently at The Parc at Briargate, renting for $1,101 per month, but if $1,810 is still within your budget, check out the more luxurious offers at One330. Or just do what most other parents do and go for the middle ground—that’s where you get the best value for money most of the time.

    Things you should know about The Classical Academy Charter

    Before you start packing, make sure The Classical Academy Charter is really the best option for your child. To recap, The Classical Academy Charter is a well-known charter K-6 school in Colorado Springs. It is located at 975 Stout Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80921 and it is the second home of 2152 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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