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Carrollwood Day School Overview

1515 W Bearss Ave, Tampa, FL 33613 , Tel: +1 (813) 920-2288
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    Type: Private School
    Grades: PK-12
  • 1030

    Students

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Carrollwood Day School Ratings & Reviews

January 22, 2020 Submitted by a community member
Unfortunately we had to pull our fifth grader out today due to an extremely rude, disrespectful, and disruptive problem student. Administration does nothing to rectify situation as student is the son of a billionaire who has donated $4million to the schools expansion project. Carrollwood Day School cares more about your donations than they do your child and their education.
February 16, 2019 Submitted by a parent
My kids were at this school for 3 years. This school is significantly academically weak in comparison to any of the schools my kids had attended previously, which includes both private and public schools across different states. Its very difficult for me to understand how they got the IB accreditation. In our experience, they don’t meet the criteria. The school environment can be very passive aggresive, and the students can be very disrespectful. The school slogan is “where caring is common” and there is nothing further from the reality of it. Bullying, racial slurs, and rude speech towards women is common among the students, and when trying to complain to the counselor they don’t take you seriously and often ignore your concerns. Also, the school is highly politicized. The teachers were all the time sharing their private political opinions with the students in class. Most of the teachers were intolerant with views that were different from theirs. One of the history teachers told my student’s class that he believed Trump was comparable to Jesus and explained why. They tell the students to talk about their beliefs, but if a student thinks in a different way than they do they are often singled out or not given the opportunity to speak anymore. The school is highly money orientated and the rules/discipline are just for some of the students. The students that come from families that donate a lot of money don’t have to follow the rules.
June 02, 2017 Submitted by a student
So I am a student in the high school and I have been here since 6th grade. Overall, this is a really great school that I know hundreds would do anything for the ability to be in this standard of education. The IB diploma helps. The teachers all really care about me, and I can say that every single one does. They are not only your teachers, they go beyond the material covered in class, and they challenge us to think deeper, why this, but why does this affect this, and so on. We develop an understanding of not just how the material is taught, but how it affects other events. If this makes any sense. There is absolutely no bullying that I know of. Yes, there is some teasing, but there always will be with immature teens. Now, for the negatives. International IB school? No. Maybe it is IB, but please don't put international into one of the school titles. At the moment, the dominant demographic is rich white people. About half don't even understand the privileges they have to be able to go to the school. Almost all do not have an internationally cultured mind. The school offers trips like service missions to Nicaragua and Dominican Republic in 11th and 12th grade. But what about 9th grade? Cocoa beach trip? Please. This does not tie in with any of the curriculum. The amount of opportunities are limited, with a summer Spain trip, but it is run by one of the Spanish teachers that made a Muslim friend of mine to pray in class. No joke. Oh, almost forgot to mention the 10th grade Boston trip moved to a trip to the farm. I mean, come on. They said it was related to too much demand but instead they took the easy way out, and for paying ~20.000 a year, I would expect nothing less than the administration's best work.With the questions with fundraising benefits, of course you are going to FEEL like a child of a fundraiser is favoured. But come on. If your child is working hard, and seeking all the help, no teachers are denying students help if they have an interest and desire to learn, which is half-absent from the school as about a quarter are too snobby rich to even study.
March 03, 2017 Submitted by a parent
My two children, who are respectively in 8th and 11th grade, have been attending this school since 3rd grade. As a parent, I truly feel they've been getting the best possible education a child could get. While the question around donations is legitimate, my 7-year experience with the school has never led me to believe that the staff would favor children of donors vs. others. As a matter of fact, my wife and I have never donated a penny to the school nor volunteered to assist in any way shape or form. Personally, this is the dream school I would have loved to attend as a child...
May 27, 2016 Submitted by a parent
My concerns are focused on the fact that CDS would not promote our child to the first grade stating perceived immaturity although he is academically ready. The school has been unwilling to hear me out although I have extensive evidence to support the fact that a perceived lack of maturity is not a suitable reason for retention when a child is otherwise academically capable. I shared with them my experience in school in Finland, where students are not expected to read or write before age 7, and where until then they are expected to learn through play. As is well known, Finland has the world leading educational system and CDS advertises their IB model to be consistent with this European model. However, the administrators of CDS have dismissed my concerns and shown no willingness to work with us as parents to help our child in this regard. I feel that this is inexcusable given that the school charges a very high tuition and they make promises about individual attention given to children and good customer service given to parents. I feel that the promises made prior to us enrolling our children were made to earn our tuition payments but not made in good faith and with intentions to follow through with what was promised. This is misleading and represents unethical admissions practices. I further think that the retention policies of CDS support the financial gain of the school rather than the educational needs of the children. By having our child repeating the kindergarten, the school will earn additional tuition revenue. The cost of this is not only financial to us as parents but damaged self-esteem of our child. Extensive research exists to warn about retaining children at kindergarten age and the potential damage of these practices to the children’s well-being including their self-esteem. There is categorically no evidence to support that retained children would be any better off academically than those who are promoted by the 3rd year of elementary school. Significant amount of evidence supports the fact that children reach maturity at different ages and that academically they catch up, and are even benefiting from being among older children when promoted. Retaining a child under our circumstances is totally unwarranted and unreasonable, and unacceptable. It is not supported by known research which CDS administrators are not willing to listen and acknowledge.
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Apartments and homes for rent near Carrollwood Day 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 Carrollwood Day 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 Carrollwood Day School, and that should not be hard as you can currently choose from 163 apartments for rent available in this part of Tampa. Not familiar with rent prices in the area? The cheapest apartment near Carrollwood Day School is currently at Oak Chase II, renting for $649 per month, but if $2,578 is still within your budget, check out the more luxurious offers at Tapestry Lake Park. 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 Carrollwood Day School

Before you start packing, make sure Carrollwood Day School is really the best option for your child. To recap, Carrollwood Day School is a well-known private PK-12 school in Tampa. It is located at 1515 W Bearss Ave, Tampa, FL 33613 and it is the second home of 1030 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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