This school was a lifesaver for my son who was not thriving at his previous school (considered a top private elementary school on the westside). At Mirman he fit in both socially and academically - the opportunity for him to be with his peers, to be celebrated for who he is, and not pressured to conform, was transformational. Now he is a confident and mature teen (at a private high school) who has retained his love of learning and is an involved member of his school community.
We haven't experienced any bullying personally. There have been a few students over the years who've been asked to leave as a result of causing harm to others. moat folks have been relieved that these students were disciplined appropriately.
The Head of School is leading Mirman in an incredibly strong direction. He understands the important needs of the students that attend the school. He also has high expectations for their character. He's enthusiastic about sports, the arts, academics, and fun.
Other administrators are also strong and passionate. Mirman has an incredibly strong future.