NEA COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER SCHOOL

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1900 3RD ST
ALAMEDA, CA 94501
School Information
  • School Rating: 3
  • Educational Climate: Average
  • Technology Measure: Not Reported
  • Type: Public
  • Grades: Kindergarten - 12th Grade
  • District: Alameda City Unified School District
  • Students/Teacher: 21:1
  • Students/Grade: 40
  • Number Students: 520
  • Number Teachers: 22
  • Instructional Expense/Pupil: 5097
  • Poverty Level: 6 - 15.9 PERCENT
  • Principal: Ms Annalisa Moore
  • CHARTER SCHOOL
  • GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAMS
  • ESL
  • SPECIAL EDUCATION
  • ADVANCED PLACEMENT
  • BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS
  • ALTERNATIVE PROGRAMS
  • YEAR ROUND CLASSES
  • VOC-TECH
  • ADULT EDUCATION
  • NCLB SCHOOL
  • BLUE RIBBON SCHOOL
  • AYP SCHOOL
  • INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE
  • MAGNET SCHOOL
School Ratings & Reviews

School Ratings (479 ratings)
Maximum Rating: 5




    School Reviews (16 Reviews)
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    Topic: Overall Experience | Rating:
    Posted 2017-07-01
    "Nea gave me everything it could to have me prepared for college, but it wasn't spoon-fed at all. It revolves around teamwork and project-based assignments yes, but if you want to succeed to the best of your ability then it's all on you. You have to be in charge of signing yourself up for community college classes if you want to boost up your gpa and look impressive on your college apps, I liked this because it pushed me to be more responsible and diligent because it was my future at stake. I think I'm making this sound way more dramatic then it really is because there will always be people willing to help you, you just have to ask. Whether it's your history facilitator, your PE coach, or an administrator you say hello to in the halls, they are ready to support you as soon as you inform them of what's wrong and it is amazing! No two people are the same at Nea, but we all just fit and I couldn't imagine myself going anywhere else."
    Topic: Overall Experience | Rating:
    Posted 2017-06-01
    "Nea has been great for our quirky, curious kid. Project-based learning has helped him explore his interests while meeting benchmarks. Nea s culture is unique. The learners support each other and the staff has strong expectations for respectful behavior. The small environment teaches kids to work well with others and respect differences. Nea s administration is extremely committed. Leadership in curriculum and the development of school and staff culture is strong. Our child had the same innovative, excellent teacher for grades K/1. Unfortunately, we have had numerous teachers since. The quality of teachers varies, though the administration has improved teacher coaching. Campus safety is a concern. Nea is completely open. The school district (Nea's charter authorizer) is doing little to facilitate the addition of gates. We've loved being part of the Nea community. Our child has been inspired to learn and is prepared for the years to come."
    Topic: Overall Experience | Rating:
    Posted 2017-02-01
    "Hello, I am currently a Junior at Nea Community Learning Center. I have been at Nea for 8 years, since 4th grade. The school is has a project based learning curriculum. This school has taught me to manage my time, since it gives me choices in my schedule to have time for free periods to complete my homework at school. This school has a small high school of about 100+, but this school is very diverse. I have met all different types of people, this has taught me to be better at empathizing and understanding my peers. Since the school is project based, I also work with everyone for projects in my classes, which teaches me how to be a better teammate."
    Topic: Overall Experience | Rating:
    Posted 2016-12-01
    "Learners who struggle do not receive the support they need. Rather they are threatened with the D/F list if they do not improve their grades. Ninja star cards are given to learners for behavior they are already expected to exhibit at school. For example, not chewing gum on campus grants a learner a ninja star card. Doing homework also grants a ninja star card. The Tree used to be a place where learners could be independent and learn how to manage their time wisely. Now in the Tree you must do your homework and you cannot socialize or play cards until you have completed your work."
    Topic: Teachers | Rating:
    Posted 2016-09-01
    "Bad and lazy teachers just don't last here. You have to be a special kind of teacher to work at Nea. Most schools in CA hand teachers a textbook and a copy of the CA standards and say, "Here, teach this." Nea hands them the CA standards and tells them, "Teach this in a way that 90% will remember what they did in your class 10 years from now and why it taught them what you wanted them to learn." Nea is the school that all new teachers imagine when they have stars in their eyes and say, "I want to Teach!" But not all teachers are prepared for the effort that it takes to work at Nea and we do have a few that drop by the wayside. Fortunately, our administration are very good at figuring out what it takes to be a good teacher at Nea and supporting those who need more assistance. Our teachers are of amazing quality. The classes are small enough that the teachers get to know the students very well. In fact, my 12th grader is having the same teacher for English this year (English 12AP) that she had last year and for 9th grade. She also has a math teacher that previously taught her physics since he is dual-credentialed. They all know her and they all know me. This makes communication very easy."
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