Let me first start by saying the reason I am only giving the school 4 stars is because of my son's teacher. While he seems to like her, she seems a bit "out there" for me. My son is 5 years old and is autistic. He is extremely intelligent, but just has some social issues. He is doing GREAT at Pa'a! The classes are smalls so the kids get individual attention. All of the teachers and staff know the kids, the school truly feels like a family. The school is new, it is just in it's second year,. It started with K-3rd grade, but this year it added 4th and 5th grade. I have to say I am very happy with the school and my son's success at this school. I'm so glad I decided to send him to Pa'a instead of sending him to the local school which, while it is considered a great school, it is huge and the kids get very little personal attention.
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