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  • Brandon Elementary School10

    Atlanta, GA | Fulton County

    June 22, 2014

    The previous Principal was horrible. The teachers are not all that good except a chosen few. I agree with the previous parent, Mrs. Leathers is absolutely amzing. My son had her last year and she was amazing. There not too many great teachers like her. If your child is not a "typical learner", this is definitely not the school for you. teachers are not going to go above and beyond to ensure your child is learning. They teach to the test ( CRCT)not to ensure the child is learning. If you are not apart of that in crowd you are treated like an outsider. They ate getting a new Principal so hopefully things will change. It is very political and some of the room parents worry more about giving the teachers enormous gifts rather than holding them accountable.

    Submitted by a parent

    April 29, 2014

    My son (grade 2) and daughter (grade 3) attend Brandon. We moved from LA mid-year and transferred after the holiday break. My kids' teachers were so warm and accommodating in helping them get acclimated to their new school. Ms. Leathers, Ms. Bass, Ms Guttery, truly amazing teachers - simply the best! I love the academic pace of the school. Keeps the kiddos on their toes but in a way that's fun. Lots of school spirit here and great parent involvement. No tolerance for bullies either, by the kids, teachers or parents which I adore. Everyone looks out for each other. The carpool system is so well organized. Mr. Featherstone and other grown ups who help with carpool really go above and beyond. Its a happy place for a kid to be!

    Submitted by a parent

    October 22, 2013

    I sent my child to Morris Brandon Primary Center for grades 1 and 2,and my 9 year old for 3rd grade at the main campus. I did not particularly like the teachers or the principals there, but I thought the principal at the Primary Center was a good one.I recently took my children out and I sent them to Pace Academy which I thing is a better fit for them. Overall I don't recommend this school to parents looking to send their children to a good elementary school.

    Submitted by a parent

    August 22, 2013

    Morris Brandon is an awesome school! Sadly this is my son's last year. If you are looking for a dynamic educational foundation this is the school!!

    Submitted by a parent

    April 8, 2013

    Great school, big though so parents should stay involved to know whats join on around the school and classroom.

    June 6, 2012

    Morris Brandon is absolutely fantastic! Our kids have loved the school, and have thrived in this very kid-focused, achievement oriented environment. The teachers do a great job of connecting with each child and sparking intellectual curiosity based on that child's individual interests and talents, in spite of the large classroom sizes noted elsewhere in the reviews. We really couldn't be any happier, and feel as though our kids are geting a better-than-private school education without the private school expense.

    Submitted by a parent

    November 29, 2011

    I love this school as miss it now as had to move to another state but I can dare say if you are not here you are missing a lot...my special thanks to miss Washington...she is a amazing teacher...

    Submitted by a parent

    September 23, 2011

    I moved to an apartment in this neighborhood for my son to attend Morrirs Brandon, I love this school and the educational aspects but its hard to fit in with all the mega rich families in the neighborhood. The downfall of this school is the large classroom sizes, my son's first grade class has 24 students! I know it's an issue with all public schools, so I have learned to deal with it.

    Submitted by a parent

    March 15, 2011

    They better fence off this property as their own and STOP stealing public education funding! A mob of connections ripping off public school system to benefit a select few. Many teachers are not even able to speak or communicate properly. They are watching their back as they try to defend the principal. Full of fund raising and so called PTA activities to fill the void of their empty lives. Education and learning are just their excuse to show off. Principal is out of touch and often hides in rich friends' house as "meet the principal" hours! They label their program IB but are in contradiction with IB principles from the very foundations.

    Submitted by a parent

    October 8, 2008

    Morris Brandon is a top notch school due to the extremely high parental involvement (70 assorted PTA committees), dedicated teachers who challenge and provide additional assistance to students when needed, and a surrounding community that actively supports the school (including business sponsorships). Test score results are very important and the school's culture is VERY ACHIEVEMENT driven. Students, teachers, administration, and parents know very well the high standards expected. In spite of the rigourous academic standards, it is also a nurturing and friendly environment. It surprises me how well the staff can remember everyone's name, siblings, etc. For a public school, you can't do any better!

    Submitted by a parent

    September 10, 2008

    Morris Brandon has often been called a private school in a public school building. The involvement of parents, teachers , PTA and the local community is the principal reason for this school's success. There is no magic formula. The building is full to bursting and the Atlanta Public School system is typically challenged, but it is the individual involvement of parents and high expectations for children which propel this fine school to exceptional results in all categories year after year. A quick check of Georgia CRCT scores and other standardized measures will reveal objective testimony to the performance of this elementary.

    Submitted by a parent

    September 20, 2007

    Morris Brandon staff is dedicated to the children ensuring that they reach their full potential. The school is surrounding by a housing community which speaks a lot about parent dedication to the success of the school. The afterschool programs are slim but the ones they do have are fulfilling and enriching to both parent and child. French is the second of choice for the school. Parent involvement will lets just say if the parents had to do an annual performance review the principal would not questions that across the board the parents should get a raise. You get suburban style commitment in a city environment. The best of both worlds at your door step. I am glad I moved to the school area to give my child the best education I can afford. Can I say the same to you? I challenge America to adapt this school ways for the children.

    Submitted by a parent

    September 10, 2007

    this school has a lot of wonderful teachers. My children feel safe and welcome. one area of concern is that the ESL program is not very strong. I highly recommend the school

    Submitted by a parent

    October 19, 2006

    Morris Brandon is in the middle of Buckheads bedroom community. All the surrounding neighborhood kids attend the school and all the parents are proactively involved. The school's academic reputation, curriculum and facilities are second to none. Rated #1 in Atlanta!

    Submitted by a parent

    April 22, 2006

    Morris Brandon is A+++ all the way Parent Involement is 200%. Lots of Fund raising, to which all proceeds go to the enhancement of our school. My first grader reads at a fifth grade level, and our first graders rank #1 in the nation for First in Math. It has exceeded my expectations. Our kids take French and other enrichment classes. They also offer free after school tutoring, piano lessons, etc. In my eyes, there is no better school. Other schools can take their cue from Morris Brandon Principal, Teachers, Parents and staff. A++++++

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