My school is really cheap, cant even afford a nurse, and the kids are really bad, with a bad neighborhood gang around called G-13 aka Gardena 13. The kids have a playground and many kids already hurt themselves playing on the playground some broke their arms, others broke their legs,etc.
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March 16, 2014
This is a lovely school, in a brand new facility, with caring teachers, and active administrators. The curriculum is challenging but the homework is reasonable and it is properly tailored to learning outcomes (not merely busy work). The trimester benchmark examinations are a veritable feat of multidisciplinary engagement; parents are encouraged to attend and watch their kids solve complicated problems that challenge their math, science, history, and language arts skills all at the same time. Students are polite and the discipline system serves up natural consequences while focusing on the value of communication. My daughter is very happy here--and we drive from a "Blue Ribbon Distinguished" school district to make sure that she continues to be a happy, challenged, and engaged student.
Our rigorous academic program prepares students for a college-prep high school, places an emphasis on social responsibility, and incorporates field trips and interdisciplinary projects. We connect academics to real-world tasks and integrate social-emotional learning and the arts.