My son was bullied in public school so badly I was worried for his safety. In 7thgrade he transferred to Eas. He struggled academically. But the staff helped him become not only a good student but a good person. It was a struggle to pay tuition but everyone there helped in any way needed. My son graduated from there with a sense of community, life long friends and a thirst for knowledge... I am forever grateful to Eas for helping my boy become a man.
Principal does not care about students that are not outgoing or things like that, especially if he finds out you can't afford to go to his school and have to leave. The only real way I can describe him is a bully to the kids who "don't fit in" as far as not being wealthy, don't play sports, etc. I was bullied all day everyday years there and he said that I just needed to deal with it. The music teacher there is actually worse than him though, if you aren't part of the wealthy group of people she will make your self esteem go way down by saying you are terrible at music and trying to embarass you in front of the class.
Wonderful School! Outstanding teachers and principal! By far, the best school in El Dorado County! The teachers are competent, professional, kind and genuinely enjoy what they do. The principal is amazing as well. Great staff and students!!
I have had 2 children graduate and 2 currently enrolled at EAS. This school has been one of the greatest blessings God has given our family. The parents, staff, and church are all a big reason I am so happy with my kids at this school. Thank you EAS!