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Club Boulevard Elementary
400 West Club Boulevard
Durham, NC 27704
(919) 560-3918
public | K-5
County: Durham


  Class SizeGradeYear
  School Head OfficialYear
Teresa James2012
  Students Getting Free LunchYear
10/17/2010parentThe teachers are fantastic-- caring, engaged, innovative, creative. And the magnet theme allows integration of arts and movements into the academic areas. My kids are very happy and learning a lot!
10/14/2010parentThe teachers are engaged and always looking for new ways and opportunities to teach the students. Parents are committed to working together and provide a strong sense of community along with the teachers and students. We appreciate the classes in music, dance, fine art and spanish, and the different art performances that are brought in for the students throughout the year. Additonally, we are looking forward to the completion of the teaching pond and edible garden!
10/14/2010parentStrong integration of humanities into the curriculum. Great at helping struggling students move forward while also challenging more advanced kids
10/14/2010parentGreat teachers! Diverse. A good education!
10/14/2010parentClub has the most amazing teachers ever. My daughters have had very challenging and stimulating learning experiences there!
10/13/2010parentDiversity and community. I always feel part of a community and strong partnership with parents and teachers to help all children meet their goals. The diversity makes for a very rich community experience for all families.
11/30/2008parentMy daughter has been at Club for 5 years, and it has been an excellent experience. The staff is eager and the students are encouraged to think outside the box. There are several activities that keep the children stimulated and involved. Club is a great place for learning.
1/24/2008parentI have 2 children at 'club' very happy with the teachers and the PTA is very active and tried hard to involve all families
4/10/2006parentOur son attends Club Boulevard Elementary School, which is a humanities magnet for the whole city of Durham. There is always a waiting list. There is also a walk zone: if you live within a certain radius of the school your children have automatic entrance. The teachers are good, and the emphasis on humanities means that the kids learn about different regions of the world, have the opportunity to learn Spanish, and have lots of exposure to literature and culture. They also cover the normal math and science curriculum. There is a nice mix of ethnicities and races, and the extracurriculars (such as yoga, soccer, and cooking classes) and field trips (such as theater and museums) are great. It's welcoming school with a lot going on, and our son is very happy and stimulated.

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