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770 NE Rogahn Street, Hillsboro, OR 97124 , Tel: +1 (503) 844-7766
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    Type: Private Elementary School
    Grades: K-6
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Carden Cascade Academy Ratings & Reviews

November 03, 2016 Submitted by a parent
I love this school! This is my 5th year there and I have two children there. The focus is on perseverance, good manners and kind behavior. Academics are very strong and each child gets to learn at her own pace. I love the fact that they have PE and Mandarin three times a week and have superb music and art teachers. My children love to go to school every day which is certainly not what my husband and I remember from our school days!I especially appreciate the year round calendar and the extended care. These are very convenient for working parents. The extended care has many actives like yoga, soccer, taekwondo, chess and dance.There were some issues with the administration in the past but those have been resolved. The school is also bottom heavy with fewer children in the higher grades. This can be a good thing or a bad thing depending on one's child I think. It is a very joyful and happy place and I feel very privileged to be able to send my children there.
June 06, 2014 Submitted by a parent
Excellent academics, AWESOME teachers. 18 kids in class, one lead and one assistant teacher. - Good arts, music, PE, Mandarin program. My child excitedly talks abt work of great artists that he learns in arts class. - summer school. ext care open during many holidays - Extended care teachers come up with very interesting projects/arts, my kids are upset if I pick them early! seriously! School made some changes as they went from 10 kids to 100 kids in 3 years, and they have hired more staff to streamline management. I have many times walked into directors office to discuss my concern or find out why certain action was taken. I personally get very clear reasons/explanations from director on any action she takes, and have found them necessary to maintain high standard of the school I have been with this school for over 4 years when my older child started at carden, and have not had negative experiences like some other reviewers, and makes me believe those might be one off incidences. My younger one is now enrolled here too. I tour other elementary school in this area every other year before re-enrolling and am repeatedly convinced that this is the best option for my children.
June 04, 2014 Submitted by a parent
My firstborn started going to CCA in 2009-2010 school year. He was in Jr.K. Over the last 4 years I have seen my child blossom these past years. The teachers are great, invested, and unlike someone mentioned below are not family members of the director. The school focuses on great values - discipline, respect, and perseverance. And they do this with adequate encouragement. Children participate in many presentation exercises, School plays and many more cultural activities that provide all round development. As a working parent, the fact that they are open all year, is a big advantage. They do have over 200 school days. They provide daycare during some holiday weeks.(~35days). They have consistently come within the top 15 % in Stanford Achievement tests. I have also compared the school Math/English and Science content against syllabus in some CBSE schools in India. They are at par or advanced. The school did go through some growing pains. I don t deny that. The school has grown 6x over 4 years. So some pricing and policy changes were made accordingly. I was always able to valid answers to my concerns. As of last year, I have enrolled my younger child too.
June 04, 2014 Submitted by a parent
We have been at CCA for four years, and while we felt good about the school at the beginning, we are frustrated with the leadership of the school. Communication about decisions and policies is generally absent. The director goes on extended vacations during the school year w/o notifying the parents or explaining who is in charge. There is much micromanaging and meddling in what we feed our kids, but not a word about the fact that our mixed-grade classroom was being supervised for a large part of the year by the director's family member having no apparent teaching qualifications. Science in higher grades is weak. The teachers we have encountered (esp. kindergarten) are dedicated and my kids have loved them. The art program is especially strong. For us, by now, the good of the staff and strengths of the curriculum are no longer enough to overcome the atmosphere created by the director.
June 04, 2014 Submitted by a parent
Our kid is enrolled in the Junior Kindergarten class at Carden Cascade this September. Normally, I wouldn't write a review yet, but since some other reviews are from parents whose kids aren't even enrolled, I figure I might have some things to add. Carden may not be for everyone, but it looks to be perfect for us. We were looking for a private school that stresses academics over athletics. We wanted a year-round school that is a small in total school size as well as class size. We believe in early reading, handwriting, and foreign language skills. And we believe that extra-curricular activities should foster cooperation more than competition. Carden Cascade does all this. We are very excited that printing the alphabet and Mandarin Chinese language learning begins in Junior Kindergarten, and cursive writing begins in first grade. We are thrilled at at class size (7-10 students). The teachers we talked to are very enthusiastic and clearly happy in their jobs. The classrooms were joyful. We both think our kid will thrive there. We encourage other parents to look into Carden Cascade for themselves. We need more manners, civility, and the stress on academics Carden Cascade offers.
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    Before you start packing, make sure Carden Cascade Academy is really the best option for your child. To recap, Carden Cascade Academy is a well-known private K-6 school in Hillsboro. It is located at 770 NE Rogahn Street, Hillsboro, OR 97124 and it is the second home of 80 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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