Resource: Seven Arrows Elementary School (Pacific Palisades, CA)
Website: Seven Arrows Elementary School (Pacific Palisades, CA)
Description: The school offers a multicultural arts and education program. They currently enroll approximately 100 students with a total teaching staff of 19 including specialists in drama, Spanish, music, karate, dance, physical education and art.

Comments: Contributed by: Parent on 4/8/2008
Aside from some of the critiques made here about Seven Arrows, it can’t be denied that it attracts a superior cadre of teachers. Even during times of turnover, when as parents we have worried about whether or not our children (son and daughter) will have missed the chance of working with a talented, departing instructor, the incoming faculty member always proves to be just as intelligent, curious, fiercely dedicated, and loving. We roll with some of the school’s growing pains knowing our kids are being taught by some of the best in the field.

Contributed by: Parent on 11/17/2007
We have found this school to be very well suited for our son. They show him a lot of personal attention and the staff is extremely dedicated. The director is fully focused on each students' experience. I have observed that families enjoy good communication with the staff. In addition the graduating students are moving on to great schools. We really like that they have a great academic program as well as cultural and community activities that I view as important to a well rounded education. They are using the latest in learning programs and incorporate subjects such as art and music to teach other subjects such as math.

Contributed by: Parent on 10/24/2007
This school provides academic excellence, and my gifted child's needs have been reassessed and met each year with specifically-tailored programs that have inspired his further growth. Also important, the school doesn't only address the academic needs of the child, it supports and teaches artistic expression and ethical leadership as well.

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