California School For The Deaf-Fremont
- FREMONT, CA
California School For The Deaf-Fremont Reviews
Rating 4.33 out of 5 6 reviews
While I attended CSDF I was enrolled in the high school grade. I had an okay experience at this school. The learning resource education was the excellent accessible. The teachers did a good job with showing you things. However, here's what I Didn't like at all. From what I remember when I join the WRP Program after the graduation of May 2019, they said that our work readiness program does full support and placing you with volunteer job and sucks school paycheck system only give out late date usually on 15th in every month. But here I'm in the April since has passed the eight month. I learn at nothing! They keep repeating themselves about the newspaper and less education in real world vague. Amy and Ruth are lying teachers, just they only want babysitting you. It's been very frustrating. I don't feel like I have gotten any support with helping me find a potential skills. All they really care about is making sure that you enroll into one of WRP program and doesn't care about your future
I loved being around my deaf peers and I loved that we all knew each other and acted like a family when we really are. Blood or not, we became a family and our bridges got built.
I joined this school 6th grade which I was from mainstream school, I was having terrible grades and quiet person before I transfer to this school. This school gave me new life and made me know who am I and I joined several sports and also I join some club, leadership organization, also they taught me well about American Sign Language. I traveled so many place for multi- reason as represent this school. It was greatest experience and challenging that I ever have. I would recommend this school for many deaf children including preschool to 12th.
I enrolled here at the fourth grade and here I am now, a senior. This school is 100% deaf accessible. I use both American Sign Language and English here. My experience here is so remarkable that I would recommend every deaf student to attend here. If my child is deaf too, I would put all of my priorities behind to make sure my child is there.
Awesome community that determine to have your kids learn, experience, and thrive. Deaf centered and American Sign Language place that maximize the communication around the campus for bright future students and very encouraging teachers. Also the community means the parents are very supportive in academically, sports, and clubs or organizations.