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Camellia Elementary School - Sacramento, CA

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School NameAddressPhoneGradesCountyTypeDistrict Name
Camellia Elementary School6600 Cougar Drive
Sacramento, CA 95828
(916) 382-5980K-6SacramentopublicSacramento City Unified

Class SizeGradeYear
22 2008

Ethnic BackgroundPercentYear
White, non-Hispanic10.522009
Black, non-Hispanic13.522009
Hispanic20.822009
Asian52.362009
Pacific Islander0.642009
Native American or Native Alaskan0.862009
Unspecified0.212009
Filipino1.072009

Students per TeacherYear
20.32009

School Head OfficialYear
Kathleen Kingsbury2011

EmailYear
kingsbuk@sac-city.k12.ca.us2011

Students Getting Free LunchYear
68%2009

DateWhoComments
9/1/2011otherI am a grandmother of 2 who attend this school. I can say the school is great, the teachers are very helpful not only to their students but also when I have had a question or two.
9/8/2009parenti have one child that completed all 7 years at camellia and he is doing great. my other one has just started intermediate classes. the teachers are very supportive and want the parents to be involved.
7/31/2007parentAcademics are tougher than any other schools I ever sent my child to....a lot of homework, prepares them well, but could be too much for some kids to have five to eight assignments of homework each night, it takes some used to! I love the school, teachers ares strict and wonderful!
7/10/2006parentThis is the best public school I know of! If you can send your child(ren)her do it!
3/22/2006parentI am a parent of 2 student who went to Camellia. Camellia is a wonderful learning environment for students. The students are taught the basics of reading, writing and math as well as to always act in an acceptable manner,be responible for their actions by accepting consequences for improper behavior/actions and always be respectful of others. Students are taught how important school is, and it shows by the high state API score that it has recieved yearly, and all the other awards the school has earned. The students are proud of their school and their accomplishments. This school proves that a school with a large amount of disadventaged and ELL students can be high performing school.


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