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Pine View School Overview

1 Python Path, Osprey, FL 34229 , Tel: +1 (941) 486-2001 Sarasota

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Pine View School Ratings & Reviews

October 13, 2017 Submitted by a community member
I moved here from Island Village Montessori School in eighth grade and it was horrible, I had to move back after three weeks I could not stand it. All they do is give you busy work. At my age, you can't make friends and nobody cares about you unless you've been there for a while. For half my classes I was in portable classrooms, which for a school that has been around for 60 years is unacceptable. And on top of everything when I was there I was taking one high school credit course and am currently taking four... That's doesn't seem right for a "gifted" school. Also, the majority of the kids aren't gifted at all, they are mostly rich kids whose parents paid them in and have them tutored by their teachers. As well as, the staff is horrendous. I wanted to be in Spanish 1 so my mother called the school to get me put in, I have taken Spanish classes in the past so I figured it was fair. The person on the phone said and I quote "If she's willing to work hard we'll put her in 7th grade Spanish and she needs to do a textbook over the summer." I am in 8th grade why do they make it sound so crazy for me to be in Spanish 1 or even 7th grade Spanish? So I walk into 7th grade Spanish on my first day and my teacher Mrs. Pauling says to me and a few other new kids "Why are so many new kids in my class? You were all supposed to be in 6th grade Spanish. We'll have you tested but you will probably be moved into the other class, this is advanced." She then sends us into a conference room for the rest of class... Is there some confidential information? No, it's Spanish class!!!! This is absolutely inappropriate! There is no reason I can't at least sit in the class! So overall, Pineview is awful and is not as "gifted" as they say, it is really just a bunch of rich kids and those who are smart get put in lower classes than they should be so they can keep their reputation.
September 03, 2017 Submitted by a parent
As a professor in education my family had high hopes that our children would have great success at Pine View. We were very disappointed with Pine View School. There was no support for new students and the administration was rude when we asked for assistance. Pine View expects the children to be in college in 6th grade. The curriculum is based on teaching the test without any creativity or imagination. The teachers test almost everyday from the beginning of the year until the end. Most of the teachers offer tutoring, which creates obvious favoritism. Many of the students are not truly gifted they were allowed to take the IQ test multiple times. The students are stressed out. No one smiles. I talked to many of the students at Pine View who felt like it was being run like a prison. There is an over all problem with depression and anxiety. The morals and values are nonexistent. The teachers can become mean and condescending if the students ask questions. It is so sad that this school has changed so much in a short period of time. It's rating is clearly from teaching these children to test well. It is not what it appears to be.
August 04, 2017 Submitted by a parent
We love Pine View! We have kids in elem, middle, and high and it is the perfect place for our kids!
April 03, 2017 Submitted by a parent
Our daughter has been at Pine View for almost 4 years now. Academically, she does excel. The learning atmosphere as well as the campus are outstanding. It is nothing in comparison to the prison-like schools in other places in Florida. While I agree that there are great teachers as well as bad ones at Pine View -like at any other school- the average staff is still way better than at several other schools we know in Florida and up north. Pine View is a school for gifted children. One problem is that many parents seem to push their kids into Pine View, even though they clearly do not belong there. Parents hear about the school's reputation, and do whatever they can to get their kids "tested in" by friendly psychologists. Later down the road, they fight tooth to nail to keep them in the school even if the students cannot keep up with the strict curriculum. Being pushed by overzealous parents, these students clearly suffer at Pine View. End results are a bunch of derogatory comments about the school and the supposedly inept Pine View teachers. Truth is, if your child is in Pine View and brings home consistently bad grades, he/she probably does not belong in there. A school can not make your kid gifted! Do your child a favor: end the suffering and register the student a school that fits the child's needs, instead of bashing the school. The proof is in the pudding. Look where Pine View High and Middle School stand in comparison to other schools in the country. If a High School consistently ranks in the top 20 in the country can it really be as bad as some reviews in here suggest.
June 15, 2016 Submitted by a parent
The school is great. The proof is the rankings, test scores, and for me, my child is happy. She has been there 3 years and her grades are good and she has adapted to the school's agenda. If making a decision on this school, look at the facts, and visit the school. If it is the right fit for your child, they will succeed and be happy. All the nay sayers are the ones that like to write negative responses, and it is probably because their child did not succeed at Pine View. The school is exceptional. The people that are happy with the school usually are busy, and don't take time to do reviews. I just ran across this and thought, this is very skewed. Reading these reviews should not be the factors weighing in on sending your child to Pine View. Go by the facts, the visit, and if your child is truly gifted, they will succeed.
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Osprey, FL Education Statistics

  • No High School2%
  • Some High School24%
  • Some College20%
  • Associate Degree6%
  • Bachelor Degree26%
  • Graduate Degree22%

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