If you need assistance, please call 704-333-8905

Grand Oak Elementary10

Huntersville, NC | Mecklenburg County

Quality
Principal
Teachers
Parents

March 29, 2015


It a beautiful school,however,they cater to the masses. Its all about your status as to the treatment and services you receive. The staff is in agreement to petty behaviors and lack knowledge in how to handle incidents. Most of the teachers are new and it shows in their response and teaching methods!

Submitted by a parent

March 23, 2015


My child has special needs and we have had a terrible experience at this school. They have not taken a very individualized approach and we have been very disappointed. I would not recommend.

Submitted by a parent

September 3, 2014


Very Nice School and friendly atmosphere. My son goes to the first grade and he loves the schools so much. The Principal and the teaches are excellent. Regards.

Submitted by a parent

August 24, 2014


This is an outstanding school with a caring staff and administration who have a genuine passion for children and giving them the best education. I turned down charter school spots to be here. The curriculum is aggressive yet well balanced, technology is utilized well and respect and character is practiced as it is preached. Mr. Giovanelli is a gifted leader able to generate an atmosphere that lends to excitement for learning and student accountability. A true example of how our children should be treated and educated!!!

Submitted by a parent

August 18, 2014


Both my son and I love this school! Great principle! Great teachers! And a lot of parents involvements!

Submitted by a parent

May 13, 2014


This school is an amazing school. Very cutting edge with Technology, and a learning environment that fosters teamwork as well as independent thinking. It has a strong sense of community, and the support staff is always will to help! GREAT SCHOOL!

Submitted by a parent

May 13, 2014


This school is AMAZING! Strong leadership that focuses on character development as well as academics. Lots of technology integration and data-driven learning, without the usual hoopla surrounding testing. My daughter absolutely loves this school, the environment, her teachers and administration.

Submitted by a parent

March 12, 2014


This is a wonderful community school that serves 600 students in Huntersville NC. The vision of our school is to Collaborate. Innovate. Achieve and we try to find new ways to do that for both staff and students. Children have access to a variety of technology and they are taught how to create and use tools to explain their learning.

Submitted by a teacher

School data provided by
GreatSchools