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    Default Albany Creek State School

    Anyone have any reviews on Albany Creek State School?

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    anyone? bump.

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    I know my friends sister is sending her little girl there ( she doesn't start for 2 years I think). She preferred it over Albany Hills school though ( which is just up the road from ACSS)

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    thanks for your reply! good to see you back on here! hehe. i had actually liked the look of albany hills funny enough, and then a couple of ppl told me that albany creek is great too!.

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    I lived in AC a few years ago and to be honest both schools had good reviews. guess it's up to individual opinions. I liked how Albany hills was nice and leafy!

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    I noticed it was nice and leafy!! albany creek has an open day wednesday, so i'll definately be going. i've already seen albany hills and was pretty impressed so far... I used to go to the high school, and never heard bad about any of the primary schools to be honest.

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    yeah i know the high school has a good rep so I imagine both Albany creek schools would be decent I'm sure after wednesday you will get a feeling which one suits !

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    definately for sure! i'll just go by my gut feeling i suppose!

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    when i first enrolled my kid into albany hills there had been the usual bumps when settling into a "big kid class" for the first time but her prep teacher was fantastic. he saw the kids as individuals and altered accordingly. i was really impressed. then the last few years have been a total landslide which was really disappointing. every year i go , no thats it ive had enough and im going to enroll in the other school which i had heard fantastic things about. even the people at nearby shops had told me that albany hill had its faults and parents were taking their kids out. so unfortunately ive found this school to have a "blanket education".

    but in saying that this is what has happened to us , it may not happen to you and i look forward to finding suitable education that suits my child for next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by betteroutlook View Post
    when i first enrolled my kid into albany hills there had been the usual bumps when settling into a "big kid class" for the first time but her prep teacher was fantastic. he saw the kids as individuals and altered accordingly. i was really impressed. then the last few years have been a total landslide which was really disappointing. every year i go , no thats it ive had enough and im going to enroll in the other school which i had heard fantastic things about. even the people at nearby shops had told me that albany hill had its faults and parents were taking their kids out. so unfortunately ive found this school to have a "blanket education".

    but in saying that this is what has happened to us , it may not happen to you and i look forward to finding suitable education that suits my child for next year.
    Hi there, thanks for your reply... wow, that's interesting to hear! We have friends sending their kids there next year, and we managed to get into a small private school so will be bypassing Albany Hills thank god. lol.


 

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