Spreckels Elementary School is one of three elementary schools bound to University City and the UTC area. School boundaries are reviewed every year and are subject to change.
Ms. Cazary has been Spreckels Elementary School’s principal for the last five years, she has created a fantastic culture and is very involved at the school. Spreckels has been part of a significant overhaul in the past few years to overcome improve the school’s reputation; all the hard work has paid off, Spreckels is now a Premier school, to the point where there is a waiting list, however, if you live within Spreckels boundaries your kid automatically goes to Spreckels.
Spreckels is a Magnet school, what does that mean? It means that the school has a specialization, Spreckels specialization is Spanish, it is an enrichment program that exposes kids to Spanish 3-4 times a week for 30 minutes, all the classes are taught in English. Being a magnet school also means that kids from outside of the neighborhood boundaries can opt in to go to Spreckels. Magnet schools are designed to be diverse. If you want to know the other magnet schools in San Diego County, click here.
After my discussion with Ms. Cazary, please do not look at school scores, most of the time, they are outdated, and it takes some time to reflect the real results. If you have questions, the best course of action is to contact the principal, Ms. Cazary, and she will be able to address all your questions and/or concerns about the school.
Ms. Cazary is a passionate woman that genuinely cares for the success of the children attending Spreckels Elementary School.
What is best, if your kid is accepted at Spreckels Elementary School, they can continue their education at Standley Middle School and eventually, which is in close proximity to Spreckels, and when the time comes, it will also reserve a spot for them at University City High School.
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