Looks like one parent (or someone) went on a 5 star rating rampage. I can’t believe Great Schools didn’t flag this. Anyway, I came here to tell anyone willing to read this, there is a reason this school is consistently rated low/below average-and people can keep telling themselves it’s because of the bilingual education but they’re wrong. Plenty of schools have kids learning multiple languages and do just fine, this is a school/community issue. In true charter school fashion, rich white people with money came together with an idea to start a school, and can you guess who this school caters most to? That’s right, rich white people. CLIC scores the lowest in supporting their underserved kids academically, the teaching staff is unqualified, the office staff is rude and they never know who my kids are even though we’ve been there for years. If it weren’t for my co-parenting situation, I would take my child out, but I’m prevented from doing so. One of my kids graduated from here and couldn’t test into any middle schools that required an academic entrance exam, there’s no plan for a bilingual middle/high school-which defeats the purpose of immersion. When we finally got into a decent middle school, we discovered they are completely unprepared academically. According to our middle school administration this is common with kids from CLIC and this isn’t isolated to my child. Several former CLIC parents discovered this once their kids graduated and saw their child compared to their peers from other schools. They are AT LEAST an entire grade level behind. And these are kids with resources, tutors, after school care etc. so the low income students have no chance if they go here. You may like the community of parents if you are one of the few who get welcomed into the clique, but you will be sacrificing your child’s education and you will pay for it in middle/high school.