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Core Knowledge Charter School Overview

1161 North Pine Drive, Parker, CO 80138 , Tel: +1 (303) 840-7070 Douglas County Re 1 School District

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Core Knowledge Charter School Ratings & Reviews

November 21, 2019 Submitted by a student
"Education is of the utmost importance in our family and we considered our options carefully in Parker. Having moved from Boulder, Colorado where the public schools are phenomenal, we had high expectations. Considering we were looking at preschools for our young child, it was important that while the curriculum was ""play based,"" there was still an emphasis on teaching core skills and fundamentals. Additionally, we believe socialization to be exceedingly important. It was with these requirements in mind that we set forth to consider our options. Happily, I can report that PCK Preschool checked every single one of these boxes. Our child is THRIVING at PCK and we have enjoyed every interaction with all his teachers, the director, and the other families at PCK. In fact, we have been so pleased, that we plan on sending our second child to PCK, as well. If you are searching for a loving, caring, educational environment for your child, I cannot recommend the PCK preschool enough."
November 21, 2019 Submitted by a parent
"I am a parent of a Pre-K student who is in her second year at PCK. I also have an older child at another Parker area charter school so I feel like I have a good comparison point. Our older child also attended 2 other Parker area preschools prior to Kindergarten. All that being said, here is my review on the preschool/pre-k program. I do not know enough about the k-8 program to comment, but my limited experience with it thus far has been positive. As for the preschool/pre-k:My daughter has thrived in the enriching environment and I have grown to really love all of the teachers she has had or who have assisted in the classroom. They are VERY open to parent opinion, input, participation, and being on the same page at school/home (through Love & Logic). This is such an important time for 3-4yr. olds to start learning about their social/emotion world through play and structure and the PCK preschool programs NAIL this area! I wish our older child would have had this experience as well. They are also doing a wonderful job teaching my little one HOW to learn and why is it such an exciting process. I am a fan.I am also a fan of the parent education nights the school puts on. I did not get any of this info with our older child and I am beyond grateful to feel such a part of the process as I do when attending these events. I will say, it is very hard to get into K-8 so we have mostly planned on not attending. If, by some miracle we get in, we will go with it... but I keep the expectations low. I am just happy to have the groundwork set for a successful life of learning for my child.I have read some comments about the director and I have never had anything but good/positive interactions with her. I assume she has a lot to balance, but she does a great job of always making the children (learning and safety) the #1 priority. She has a very ""team-player"" mentality with her team/admin/teachers and it shown through their staff development opportunity outcomes as they try new things in the classroom. Bottom line: Great school for early learners, friendly experience, in-the-loop parent interaction, and a happy/safe for kiddos to begin to flourish."
July 09, 2019 Submitted by a parent
"A Late review from a 2016 parent.My son attends PCK preschool. He has a developmental delay. The director while helpful and nice, began with the attitude of ""if he doesn't fit the PCK mold he shouldn't be there"". Continually pointing out, that they could not provide any extra special Ed support to meet his needs. She mainly focused on what they couldn't do. I still sent him there due to the high test rankings that PCK K-8 has and with hopes he would benefit and be eligible for the junior preschool lottery. His results were mediocre according to their checkbox style test. (While he did make good progress in another non-pck program.)After a few months of attendance, I felt that push out the door again via continually discouraging me to reenroll him and restating that they could not provide any extra support for his needs. She again mainly focused on what they couldn't do and questioned if my child could meet the advanced expectations. I believe based on our experience that PCK Preschool's agenda is not to do what's best for my child's needs but instead to not ""tarnish"" their performance metrics. They strongly discourage those that do not fit their ideal of an advanced child, leaving my developmentally delayed child out. It was clear to me that her job was to ensure that children that won't ""cut it"" in their environment will be nicely pushed out with a smile. Only the strongest should move on in their program. I considered re-enrolling him there in spite of their exclusive attitude but there are plenty of schools that want my child there, root for him and meet him where he is and help him succeed. That's where I'll take my child."
June 07, 2019 Submitted by a parent
I've heard many positive things about the PCK school and the test score which obviously makes every parent a dream school to put in their kids. There is no way you get into this school unless there is another sibling, one of the parent is a full time staff, Or if you've registered when your kid is less than 1 month old. I'm one of those hundreds of parents who doesn't belong to any of these category. Still i managed to find one way to get a better chance for my kid to enter into PCK - The PCK preschool. The preschool will give you an experience which will make you to hate the school you loved and dreamed so far. The director has a fake smile on her face always through which she tries to cover up the person she actually is. Her words and actions tells more about her. It's either her way or no way. Completely not friendly and when she decides that a 3 year or year old is not suitable for PCK she tarnishes the kid's and parents feelings and will push the kid out or create a situation where the parents will dis-enroll the kid thinking that being loved and respected in better school is far better than getting educated in this distinguished blue ribbon school.
May 27, 2019 Submitted by a parent
Nothing less than spectacular for our kids, and we don't say that about many programs- we're truly beyond impressed, frequently awed and left with a sense of wonder, and simply counting our lucky stars still. If you have a chance to be a part of this school, do it! The academic growth of students goes without saying (just look at scores year after year, and ask any parent), but there's far more to praise at this school, and the laundry list is much too long to give here-but at top of the list is students who are respectful, responsible, caring of their peers, positive and optimistic, truly proud of their school, goal-oriented with high standards, helpful and giving, appreciative, enthusiastic about learning, and very well-rounded. This school is simply a gift, and we wish every kid could receive it- but since they can't, maybe they need to begin teaching other schools how to get it RIGHT!
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Apartments and homes for rent near Core Knowledge Charter School

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 Core Knowledge Charter School, 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 Core Knowledge Charter School, and that should not be hard as you can currently choose from 253 apartments for rent available in this part of Parker. Not familiar with rent prices in the area? The cheapest apartment near Core Knowledge Charter School is currently at Windsor at Meridian, renting for $1,200 per month, but if $5,314 is still within your budget, check out the more luxurious offers at Peak83. 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 Core Knowledge Charter School

Before you start packing, make sure Core Knowledge Charter School is really the best option for your child. To recap, Core Knowledge Charter School is a well-known charter K-8 school in Parker. It is located at 1161 North Pine Drive, Parker, CO 80138 and it is the second home of 703 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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