This school has good intentions, yet has food the students don't eat or like and I personally think it should just have one teacher for each subject; for the 6-8th grade. Other than that, the school is great.
New Heights Charter is a great school . It's great because the teachers and administrative team are knowledgeable and caring. My granddaughter is learning to read, uses the IPad, and has made lots of friends.
This school don't have all the programs they say the kids from prek to second grades don't have a nice place for there lunch the food is bad the most of the kids don't eat the food is cool and fruits are spoil parents have to be takeing food . They say they want healthier food and they aloud parents to take mc Donalds for there kids and they don't let loud my kid eat a cookie so what is more healthy?
My son goes here & I honestly don't like the school! !!! They say they have so many programs but not for the youngers kids.. Kinder-2nd grade.. They teachers can't handle the students because they have no help. With a class full of over 20 kids they need to at lease have a teacher aid.. My son was already advance coming to this school in kinder now he's in first grade it seem like he's behind. If it wasn't for us teaching him at home he would be behind. . He would definitely not attend in the 2nd grade!!!! They don't do student of the month, don't issue out perfect attendance awards or nothing...
It's a nice and kind place for kids. However no school is perfect it's small but growing has a beautful extension program where students improve their comprehension and develop a love of reading,increase vocabulary and can't over look the math department it is small but therefore it delivers when it comes to that geometry. Moreover please look at the overall program you may like what you see as for as the extra activites the school offers. About the staff they are wonderful.
Every school has challenges with student discipline, but this school has a different approach. They are really trying to build students' skills so that they can solve their own problems and learn how to control themselves.