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Brian & Teri Cram Middle School Overview

1900 West Deer Springs Way, North Las Vegas, NV 89084 , Tel: +1 (702) 799-7020 Clark County School District
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    Type: Public Middle School
    Grades: 6-8
  • 1495

    Students

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Brian & Teri Cram Middle School Ratings & Reviews

June 14, 2019 Submitted by a student
I spent my whole middle school career at Cram, from 2016-2019, and I definitely rate it a 10 out of 10. Going into middle school I was an average As and Bs student, no honor roll, no passions, nothing special. Just counting down the days until high-school graduation. However, by my second year of middle school, I was already thriving in all accelerated classes, and I couldn't shut up about how much I loved all of my teachers and courses. I actually loved going to school! Cram offers a HUGE variety of after-school and early-bird classes. And they're even upgrading to an academy for technology and the arts starting the school year of 2019-2020. The school has devoted teachers trained to teach special needs classes. And even have an after-school club dedicated to kindhearted students spending their free time making friends with special needs students, who are usually made fun of and treated as outcasts. The staff is mostly friendly, I say mostly because as with most schools, there are a few grumpy teachers. I mean I would be grumpy if I had their job too though. One thing I will say though is that the cafeteria food leaves a lot to be desired, but that's an American public school system problem, and not just a Brian and Terri Cram Middle School problem. Sadly, it isn't like Europe where they feed the students five-star meals.By the time that you're reading this you've probably read a couple of discouraging one-star reviews, either that or you're about to. But try to keep this one in mind. Especially considering that I have actually attended this school and have observed the pros and the cons that come with it. With the cons centralizing over mal-mannered, disrespectful students that every public school in America has. You know, the ones that only show up to school because it's a requirement. And disrespect the teacher when they get there because who cares about some old dude named Thomas Jefferson. And, let's be real here, these students picked up those bad character skills at home way before they arrived on campus. While the pros focus on determined staff members. I have actually witnessed all of this, unlike the parents leaving one-star reviews, who probably haven't even stepped foot on campus and are writing reviews purely based off of what their child, who probably hates school as much as the average stereotypical American teenager, tells them.
August 23, 2018 Submitted by a parent
I would rate this school a 0. The staff and teachers do not care about the students education. Instead they worry about if a child is carrying a cell in their pockets in class even if it’s not being used or a distraction. Half the children don’t even know the meaning to simple words. The principal has a nasty attitude as well as some of the staff. If you can help it please do not let your children attend this school. You will be highly disappointed. It’s one of the worst schools in North Las Vegas.
June 08, 2017 Submitted by a parent
"This school is extremely inept at academic standards. My stepson was getting very poor grades (some failing), then- in more than one class- he suddenly had extra credit which amounted too 400%+ of the highest grade in the class, then... of course... bombed the final exams. He ended up with all B's today. You may think ""what's bad about that?"" Everything. THIS IS NOT HOW KIDS LEARN. This is how they learn to cheat, skate through without effort, rely on fake scores & then get pushed through into the next grade... to make the SCHOOL LOOK GOOD. Unacceptable. I'd never, ever, send my child there if I had a choice in the matter. (FYI, all schools in that area also suffer from ""padding grades"") I am absolutely going to complain to the district, the state, as high as I can go."
December 18, 2014 Submitted by a parent
This school lacks the basic necessities that takes place in the conventional schools. I have been told by my child that the school has a deficiency of nutrition in the school lunch, completely enveloped in highly-processed, genetically modified foods that are not even expedient of being served for provisions in the population of this schools. I have also been told that teachers are incompetent, and that the learning environment is equivocal to totalitarian countries with industrialized education, such as America, but even in such a poor state the school system is, their is still room for exhibiting a decent quality school that helps children with mental stimulation and unfortunately this schools is not quite up to par with any other state schools, i'd advise you to get a zone variance if possible.
December 08, 2014 Submitted by a parent
My child is in the last year to attend this horrible nigh mare school. The teachers don't care about the child .everything is about the Internet . If they have a problem with school work r missing papers it's look on the Internet . They why r they getting paid if my child is learning by a lap top. Teacher love to nit pick and fail your child. Run run run from this school. Please save your child.
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Average Rent in North Las Vegas, NV

  • North Las Vegas, NV Average Rental Price, February 2020 $1,116 /mo

    North Las Vegas, NV Apartment Rent Ranges

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