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K-12|Private
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I was a graduate of this school, and had gone there for 10 years. To say this school fosters fear, sexism, and discrimination is an understatement. Dress code rules are restrictive and at the discretion of any particular educator without review. Corporal punishment is frequently used on children, and detention punishment results in loss of a meal, which is greatly detrimental to brain function. More importantly than all of that, is the fact that students are not properly educated at this school. Teachers have absolutely no teaching credentials, and some have not even finished college level higher education. The curriculum does not teach fact-based science, nor does the level of any of the courses prepare students for the rigor of undergraduate education. In fact, the rate of graduation from higher education among CedarWood graduates is tragically low. If you are thinking of placing your child in a faith-based school, you would be better served by just about any other parochial school in the city. If you want your child to become a missionary who can barely perform math, read literature or engage in critical thinking, this place is for you. But then again, if that's your goal, you're likely better off removing your child from any schooling all together. This place is a tragic excuse for a school.

Handles bullying effectively: Strongly disagree


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Bullying happens often and is not dealt with. Even when bullying is reported, students committing it are not given proper disciplinary action if they are full/regularly paying customers.


Supports LD students: Strongly disagree


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This school is thoroughly ill prepared for students with any kind of learning difference, often encouraging parents & students to pray for miracles instead of finding useful strategies for growth.

Effective school leaders: Strongly disagree


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Leadership at the school is nepotistic with only children of the founding family in leadership positions the entirety of the time they attended. Leadership positions are given to students based on allegiance, not on critical thought.

Develops character: Strongly disagree


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This school teaches you to respect god-fearing white Americans, and to shun and curse everyone else.


Teacher effectiveness: Strongly disagree


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Teachers are not qualified, nor in some cases even educated.



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I am a graduate of this school that is filled with teachers that have a passion for excellence. I have been challenged to find teachers in other schools that would dedicate the heart as much to a student, which involves sweat and tears, as much as Cedarwood has they have established my mind and I accredit my will today and also my success to the foundation the was poured thick for me at Cedarwood Christian Academy.

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This is a great school for anyone who wants his/her child to grow in the Lord and be used by Him. The teachers are awesome and the school is home away from home. My sons attend here and we have been a part of the school family for ten years. I would recommend this school to any parent that wants a balance for their children spiritually, academically, physically, and socially.


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I love CedarWood, it is the best school ever. There discipline and worship is great to. I hope the Lord continues to lift the hearts of the teachers and the students



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This school is incredible. Between worship every morning to strong academics, this is a great school. This is a safe and accepting school. Every student is encouraged in physical activity and their musical abilities. There is a P. E. class twice a week in elementary and everyday for grades 7-12. Orchestra is twice a week and everyone is in the school choir. This is an all around great school. The discipline here is wonderful, there is order and issues are dealt with quickly and justly. I love it here at CedarWood

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