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Phoenix, AZ
Students enrolled: 700
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3102 N. 56th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85016

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(602) 263-7997
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August 19, 2014
Veritas is a shadow of what it once was. The school once had the creme of the crop as far as administration and teachers. The schools sports programs are more or less what other schools refer to as intramural. The school hangs it hat on the volleyball program that is more or less a travel team with the travel coach. The school last year was in the news several times for less than good circumstances. The school has fallen in it standardized testing which is evident by its current scores. you need to ask yourself why over twenty teachers and administrators left this past year. Why the turn over rate is so high? why the school does not have cheer leaders, why the school has no student body. The school appears to be run with disregard to the students desires. The few dances the school has, the administration tells the children the theme. i was told the school was an all honors program yet the majority of instate colleges do not accept the weighted GPA s from the school. As well the high schools in the valley do not accept the weighted grades. In the end always follow the money and ask yourself why the money is taken from the children? Why no senior trip next year?

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2014
Veritas Prep Academy - Phoenix is a fantastic school which offers both an excellent classical education along with sports, clubs and other activities that our kids want to be part of. Frankly, our students who've attended for 3 years now are easily well ahead academically of their friends and peers attending other local public schools and major name Arcadia area private schools.

- submitted by a parent
August 03, 2014
Amazing school experience. We are continually amazed with the way this program is run. The focus on teaching students to be well rounded students and respectful citizens is something you dont' see at too many schools. We love Veritas!

- submitted by a parent
April 16, 2014
I toured the school recently and popped into some classes. One class was reading line by line through Dante and debating whether a certain punishment represented poetic justice. Another class was engaged in a Greek text and debating the relative merits of different forms of government. We wandered into a French class to watch a lightning conversation that this former student of the language could barely follow. The school is a lot of work and the discipline is strict. Some of my fellow parents don't seem to appreciate that some of the rules that seem arbitrary are being used by the staff to shape the culture of the school. The academics and focus on character development is outstanding. It's not everyone's cup of tea but if your child is up for the challenge they will be richly rewarded with an incredible education.

- submitted by a parent
January 05, 2014
We cannot say enough good things about the Great Hearts program, in particular our experience with Veritas. We have an autistic son and were nervous he would get swallowed up due to the rigorous academics and have found the opposite. We have had the most open door communication with our IEP from teachers, school therapist (Mrs Gordon), speech, tutors...every single person has gone way above and beyond anything we had experienced in our past school. Our son still struggles, but he has a team of teachers that have supported him more than we could have ever imagined. There has been zero tollerance for bullying and our son has a place he feels safe and is developing the skills to be successful on his own. We could not ask for anything more in a school than one that focuses more on EDUCATING our kids and less on the politics of EDUCATION. We love Veritas!

- submitted by a parent
January 05, 2014
A school that focuses on creating well rounded independent thinkers. Students are taught to think and discuss (socratic method) not be taught at. If you are interested in having a "honor" student and grades are important, this may not be the school for you. The standards with earning an A are much higher than most schools, so your child may end up as a C student. I have learned that C students at Veritas are worlds beyond an A student in a mainstream school. The focus is on learning and developing scholars, not grades. We have been very impressed.

- submitted by a parent
November 10, 2013
Veritas is a great school. My daughter has attended through her middle school years, after transferring fromScottsdale Prep, another Great Hearts Prep school due to location. She has taken excellent study habits, confidence, and respect from this school experience. It is very hard, however, to keep her from wanting the high school that several friends will be attending since it has more of the activities she is looking for. As for another comment, about teaching catholicism at the school.. our family does not approve of religious teaching, but this is only exposure to music and history pertaining to different time periods. There was a time in history when only the clergy were taught to read, write poetry and compose music. It is ignorant to assume this is catholic education when all religions eventually come into play. If you want a well rounded student, you do not shut them away from learning about culture. Reading about the Quran and from it has been included too, does that mean they are an islamic education?? Get a grip.

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November 08, 2013
If your child is interested in fads, clothes and what popularity-this is not the school for them. If they are interested in the best education and teachers...they will be right at home.

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2013
My son attended Veritas school briefly. He would have been very happy there, but I discovered they were teaching Catholic liturgy in the music class. I spoke to the principal, explaining that for religious reasons he could not participate. I said it would be fine if he missed the class, even if it meant getting a grade of zero in music. The principal said that he could either participate in the music class or leave the school. I checked with a regulatory agency, and although the school observes the letter of the law, they said the principal was "acting like a jerk". I had no choice but to transfer him out of the school mid semester due to the obduracy of the princpal. If you are looking for a Catholic education, this school is a good choice. Personally, I feel a publicly funded institution should be more inclusive.

- submitted by a parent
September 09, 2013
Veritas Prep is a wonderful school. I have watched my child learn so much, just in a few weeks of school. They have very high expectations, not only of school work but of the student as a whole. They have exemplary teachers and staff and I feel very fortunate to have my child attend this school.

- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2013
Veritas Prep Academy is a remarkable and highly successful school. The academics are excellent, the teachers and administrators are dedicated and highly qualified, and the facilities are excellent. We have been very impressed by the results of the Classical curriculum in terms of both the intellectual attainment of our three children (one now about to graduate from a highly selective liberal arts college where she has had a great experience), but also in terms of their moral development -- something the school takes seriously. Veritas is clearly not for every child (or parent), but if you are interested in providing an excellent academic education for your child, as well as providing for their moral development in a healthy school atmosphere, it may be for you (as it has been for our children) an unimaginable gift and blessing.

- submitted by a parent
March 18, 2013
Sending my daughter to this school was the worst mistake I have ever made. The girls were cruel to each other and the teachers enjoyed the competitve cut throat atmosphere.

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2012
I have had a child at Veritas for 3 years, and another began 6th grade this year. There will be growing pains while the staff and students adjust to the new school, but to date it has been relatively painless. I received an immediate response via email from two teachers regarding a potential conflict in scheduling with my 6th grader, and they were most accomodating and assuring me that there would be no problems. I have found the office staff and the faculty to be caring and thoughtful. Both of my children are excited about the new campus, and we are hopeful that the excitement continues throughout the year.

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2012
I am saddened that a parent at our school is so unhappy (see review below). Like any other school, our school is not perfect, but it is by far the best one out there...ranked among the best in the world! If the parent below is so unhappy it would be best for him/her to find another school for their child and allow one of the 100+ kids on the waiting list to have their student's spot. Life is too short to be unhappy and unhappy parents are not good for our school!

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2012
The review dated August 22, 2012, is listed under Veritas Prep which is a school for 6th - 12th grade and her daughter is a 3rd grader! It is a shame that she has posted a one star review for a school that isn't involved in her dispute. Veritas Prep and Archway Veritas (K-5) are two different schools under separate charters and separate Headmasters. I would hope she corrects her mistake and is more careful in the future.

- submitted by a parent
June 12, 2012
Our daughter started at Veritas this year, having moved from a private school. The teachers she had this year were all top notch. What struck me the most, though, was their sincere desire for the students to understand the material and enjoy what s/he was learning, and it is evident the teachers actually LIKE what they teach - what a novel concept! Tutoring is available if needed or desired and teachers are readily available and willing to discuss any issues, although there aren't many. The homework load was not ridiculous and I appreciated how self-directed and organized our daughter became, having had her hand held at her previous school. The expectations were clear, discipline enforced with grace and dignity. I believe the move to their new campus next year will only continue to foster a sense of community amongst the teachers and families. We are very happy with our decision to join the Great Hearts family.

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no rating November 01, 2010
When I pick up my children after school the students at Veritas seems happy and talkative. I know children complain about school; however they don't seem to want to leave at the end of the day.

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October 02, 2010
My daughter is a student at Veritas and in her second year. I am very pleased with the education she is receiving. The quality of the teachers is outstanding. There are comments made about lack of electives, but it doesn't bother me. I'm pleased that there is a High School expectation of 4 years: Humane Letters (History and Lit), Language, Science, Math. So far, Veritas has exceeded my expections. Pluse, the friends my daughter has made are wonderful!

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2010
My daughter started Veritas this year and has had an absolutely wonderful year. She has learned so much and the depth of the knowledge is incredible. The teachers are professional and helpful in every way. They will come before school or help after school if needed. My daughter is involved in many extracurricular activities and still does very well at Veritas. It was the best choice to attend!

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no rating March 14, 2010
I attended Veritas Prep for 2 years. I regret leaving and heading off to public school. Learning as much as I did at Veritas has put me so far ahead of the game so now, even in the honors classes, I am not being challenged. I know while I attended, I hated the school, but looking back now, I love it. The only bad part is that there is not a great support system with the teachers as well as most public schools. My brother has been in public school since day one, and his support was better than mine at Veritas when I needed it.

- submitted by a student
January 07, 2010
I am a parent of my boy who went to veritas. Veritas is the worst school in the worls my kid come's home from school everyday and say's to me 'Dad why di u put me in that school I hate it I absolutley hate it'. Evreyday that happens. He struggles everyday with homework spends three hours doing it and he still get's D's and C's. All veritas teaaches you is some socartic method which i think is useless. There is no tech. what so ever and the extracurricular activities are a joke. Very Very Poor.

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January 22, 2009
I have a son at Veritas and he has been able to keep up w/ the rigorous work and does several sports and music outside school. The teachers for the most part are very dedicated and caring. Great parent support and a great group of kids overall. The issues that we found is that the curriculum is too restrictive, there are no electives. Not every child has the talent to sing/act and choir/drama are required. This affects their GPA. The other problem is the facility itself, the classrooms walls are bare due to the restrictions imposed by the church they rent from. The 'lunchroom' is extremely crowded and only will get worst as the grades get more students in them. This is an excellent school especially in literature, math and language. For the lack of equipment/labs, if your child is interested in the sciences you might have to look elsewhere.

- submitted by a parent
October 14, 2008
I graduated from Veritas in 2008, and though only a short time has passed since then, it is easy for me to recognize just how valuable my years there were. You don't learn what to think at Veritas - you learn how to think and why you should think deeply and seriously about the world around you. At Veritas, my teachers were more like parents who were required by law to refrain from showing parental sentiment toward their children, yet still were as internally dedicated to their children's success as any other parent. In essence, I didn't have teachers - I had true mentors who wanted to make sure I loved what I was learning because, in reality, it is what allows us to truly love life. I doubt any other school could have given me this confidence of my own mind's ability.

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April 09, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2008
I have two children attending this school. Both began in middle school and have continued on into the high school years. There are high expectations for students but there is also much support. Because class size is small, and the school itself is very small by comparison to it's typical public counterparts, teachers really know their students well enough to teach difficult material effectively to students with different strengths. I can't imagine a better middle school/high school experience for my children. They work very hard and have a significant amount of homework, but they have maintained their extracurricular activities (about 15 hours/week) and they see the benefit of what they've learned far beyond the letter grade and evaluation that comes home to mom and dad; they feel they are being prepared to live full and satisfying lives. Veritas has been a great place for my children.

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January 03, 2008
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- submitted by a student
December 15, 2007
This school is indeed a superior school--as far as academics goes. Unfortunately, all my son did was study. He never had time to practice a musical instrument or go to youth group meetings at church. And forget about playing any sports. The love of learning is so important, but I believe a 12 year old child should also make time for music or sports activities. This school didn't even make time to say The Pledge of Allegience in the morning. We're looking at other options for high school.

- submitted by a parent
November 28, 2007
We have a daughter who has attended Veritas for the past four years and we (and she) have been extremely satisfied with her experience. Veritas is characterized by dedicated teachers and administrators, by students who bring with them (or who have developed upon their arrival) an enthusiasm for learning, and by the active support of parents. Its academic curriculum is, admittedly, demanding, but it is not beyond the ability of the average student. While there is adequate opportunity for students to become involved in a variety of clubs, sports and social activities, these do not lie at the heart of the school's ethos. (And if that troubles you, look elsewhere -- there are plenty of socially and athletically-oriented schools, public and private, out there.) This is a school where learning -- and learning how to think -- are emphasized, alongside significant amounts of fun, laughter and accomplishment. Bravo Veritas!

- submitted by a parent
September 25, 2007
This school is about learning and respect. Unfortunately, the public school system has abandoned both of those ideals. This school is bringing them back. I have seen more intellectual growth in my son in 1 year than in any other school over 6 years. Every public school in Arizona should be watching the Great Hearts Academies to learn what school is about.

- submitted by a parent
September 24, 2007
In some ways, Veritas discipline is overly strict. When do these kids ever have fun? Not during the school day, that's for sure. Some of the teachers, although they appear to be highly qualified in their fields, do not 'teach.' Children are expected to read the chapter, answer the questions in the book, and take tests.

- submitted by a parent
September 02, 2007
Honestly, this is a very good school academically, I had a son that went there. There are also many negative aspects however, the major one being that the children at this school miss out on the social aspects of highschool.

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no rating August 23, 2007
My yougest child achieved the highest test scores of her academic career after completing her second year at Veritas. Furthermore, her student generated work revealed real intellectual growth. At her previous school faculty and administration seemed to think that standardized testing 'said it all' and they saw my child as average because that's what her test scores indicated. At Veritas the students are encouraged to dig for deeper meaning below the easily accessed 'right answer'. This extraordinary commitment to learning over testing resulted in my average child moving into the upper percentiles of nationally normed testing. Veritas is education at its best.

- submitted by a parent
July 28, 2007
Our child informed us that in spite of obtaining A's throughout her academic career in math, she didn't really 'get it.' At Veritas, the seventh grade math teacher made sure that she 'got it'. She had high expectations and, as she told the students, wanted them to know the 'why' of math, not just the 'how'. Excellent school.

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2007
My child earned the highest AIMS scores in seventh grade at Veritas that she has ever earned in her academic year. Hard work and caring teachers really paid off.

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July 18, 2007
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- submitted by a student
July 17, 2007
I am currently a student at Veritas, and I am so glad that I chose this school. I love all of our classroom discussions. It is always challenging and the teachers make you want to live up to their demands. The teachers really know the students and not just their names. Veritas is a demanding school, it demands all of its students to work hard. If you are willing to work hard and participate in the class discussions then this school is the right school for you. Hard work is not just about achieving a good grade but understanding the material and being able to make use of it.

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June 07, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2007
Parents are definitely involved, sometimes I think a bit too much. The academic programs are unrivaled. There are after-school sports year round. I would like to see more extracurricular activities in the middle school. Overall, our family is very happy at Veritas.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2007
Our children are thriving in an environment where pursuit of academic excellence is shared by teachers and students. Plato's Republic, Shakespeare, The Iliad...there's no other school like it in town.

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- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2007
Veritas is the Latin word meaning truth. The truth about this school is that it has high ideals, an excellent curriculum, and many excellent teachers. If your child wants to receive a quality education, look at Veritas.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2007
This school is not for the remedial student, but for students who are excited about learning and are willing to work hard, this school is incredible. The teachers have high expectations, academically and behaviorally. The textbooks for middle school students are probably written at the post-high school reading level. The pre-algebra contains a lot of math my older child did not see before high school. My child has been intellectually challenged for the first time in her life. Fantastic school!

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May 22, 2007
The work at the high school level at Veritas is similar to that which my oldest child received in college. My son just finished presenting a senior project in which he read and compared various pieces of literature based on a thesis of his creation. He then defended his thesis in front of a board of teachers who questioned him for over an hour. He has learned more Calculus at Veritas than my oldest child learned in a Calculus class at ASU. The teachers care about the students and it shows.

- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2007
At Veritas, my daughter is challenged intellectually on a daily basis. She is motivated to do her best and works hard to perform in a school where academics are prized as highly as athletics. Moving to Veritas in seventh grade from the Madison School district, she was at first apprehensive. The encouragement by the Veritas staff put her at ease. She as especially benefitted from her English and Math teachers, who, unfortunately, will not be returning to Veritas next year. Great school!

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- submitted by a parent
May 08, 2007
This school is good, the education is better than most but is not comparable to that of brophy college preparatory. I myself have met some students at this school and they seemed to lack some social skills that would be gained through social interaction at a better school...

- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2007
I honestly think that children that attend this school miss out on a lot socially. The school's actuall ciriculum is descent however, it is not as challenging as it is made out to be. I would rather have a child attend brophy college preparatory.

- submitted by a student
April 27, 2007
There is very little not to like about this school. Our children receive the absolute best education available in the state and we don't even have to pay tuition! The kids are involved in all kinds of sport and extracurricular activites - I couldn't expect any more from a school.

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April 21, 2007
My oldest child is attending Veritas this year. Although adjusting to the rigorous course work took a while, he now loves the school. He has made friends and is involved in the sports teams. He especially likes the challenge he encounters in his math club. Our family is looking forward to having our younger students join Veritas and receive the fine liberal arts education offered by the school.

- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2007
The seventh grade education at Veritas is exceptional. My son speaks Latin at the dinner table and discusses music theory with a depth of knowledge that's amazing. He loves his math class and has enjoyed playing football and running track on the school team. We're very glad we chose Veritas.

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April 14, 2007
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March 27, 2007
This school offers the best middle school education I've seen in the Valley, and I've had children in parochial, private and charter schools. Veritas combines high academic standards with teachers who love their subject matter. Discipline is strict and respect of self and others is expected. Tutoring in every subject is offered to help those students who need it. Overall, I could not ask for a better school for my daughter.

- submitted by a parent
November 22, 2006
Veritas is living proof of the fact that you get what you expect. If you seek and demand academic excellence, you are much more likely to get it.

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June 21, 2006
Our daughter has finished her first year at Veritas. She was overwhelmed by the increased expectations of the teachers at first, but settled in during the second quarter. She told me yesterday that she learned more in her seventh grade year than she learned in all of elementary school combined. She feels that her opinions are respected, and in fact, sought after, by the teachers. She has found the extracurricular activities to be plenty, and has made many new friends.

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- submitted by a parent
February 16, 2006
Excellent program that includes an honors academic program with several clubs (robotics, debate team) and sports. The sports programs are held at a church close to the Biltmore area. School is small and personal with lots of one on one contact with the students.

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November 08, 2005
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- submitted by a student
November 03, 2005
As a student, I love Veritas. I'm learning to think critically and defend my opinions. How many 11th graders have read Crime and Punishment, The Illiad, John Locke, Plato's Dialogs, or Utopia? How many are in their 2nd year of Physics and their 3rd year of Latin? And this is the standard course of study for all students, not AP classes for just a few. The teachers are highly involved and dedicated. I highly recommend Veritas!

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September 16, 2005
My child is in her second year at Veritas and has never been happier in a school setting. She is challenged on a daily basis. The quality of instruction is higher than either of her two previous public schools or her earlier charter school. The curriculum is classical liberal arts and the students read original source materials. Classroom instruction is in the Socratic tradition and is similar to graduate seminars. Extracurriculars, while not as extensive as at some large schools, are inclusive and encourage all who are interested to participate. This builds community in a way that more competitive programs do not. Parents are encouraged to participate in the school in whatever way best suits them, from volunteering as coaches and on campus assistants to fund-raising or serving on the board. All help is welcomed by the faculty, staff and board.

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2005
Our child is in his third year at Veritas. We are very please and our child loves the school. Unlike other schools are child has never expressed that he is bored in class. The teachers are truly excellent, they are extremely personable, caring and intelligent. The standards are high, no easy A's or even B's. But these grades are also not unattainable by doing the homework and studying. If your child wants do be involved in sports but is not a great athlete this school is great because everyone can play and there is wonderful comraderie among the players. Many students are actually very fine athletes. Compared to public middle schools and high schools (even the best ones) this school provides is as close to an expensive private education as is available in Maricopa County.

- submitted by a parent
August 20, 2005
It seems the person who made the first comment about sports and extracurricular activities completely missed the point of the school. This is a very academically oriented school, and is a huge improvement over the supposed 'best' the public schools had to offer. It has a strong learning atmosphere, doesn't have all the distractions of gangs and violence and trashy clothes, the curriculum is demanding and not watered down like the public schools, and doesn't cater to mediocrity like the public schools do. It has some bugs to work out, but it's doing great for being in existence for such a short time. I very highly recommend it.

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- submitted by a student
July 17, 2005
Poor sports programs. Poor extra curricular programs. Overall horrible School.

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February 04, 2005
This school is very academic.the students here have a lot of homework. If your child wants the basics and not a lot of extracurricular activities this school is great.

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- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2004
Our son is attending his second year at Veritas and we could not be happier about the experience. This school has an incredible philosophy towards learning not found elsewhere and a strong classical curriculum. Very academic, providing a strong foundation for college. The honor and dress codes are wonderful. There are small class sizes and very supportive teachers and administration available before and after school to students and parents. Our headmaster has great vision and has been capable of motivating students, teachers and parents to form an academic yet warm and supportive community. Very involved parent base.

- submitted by a parent
August 05, 2004
We are very happy with this school. They have a demanding curriculum and work ethic, but are genuinely interested in the success of all students. For a start-up year, we were surprised by how smoothly it ran. Parental Involvement is high. There are always areas for improvement and it seems that the Board is very interested in soliciting parent ideas to help the school improve.

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Great Hearts Academies - Veritas Prep
3102 N. 56th St., Phoenix, AZ  85016
(602) 263-1128
Last modified Great Hearts Academies - Veritas Prep is a Charter school that serves grades 6-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 9 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Great Hearts Academies - Veritas Prep Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 97 reviews. Top