The schooling was why I was there in the first place. I graduated in 1990 and was Valley Victorian of five other girls who also graduated the high school there. I learned with excellent teachers there and helped out with setting up new courses with the principal at that time.
I put neutral only because I myself, graduated the program and graduated the school in 1990. As for the other girls that attended school there, I do not know what happened for them. I just know what happened when I attended the school there. In my opinion the school helped me in every way possible.
The teachers in the school system that taught there wanted to teach the students with every effort for you to learn. If you had a problem, they were there to help in any way possible. They were always learning new ways for the girls to learn the subjects.
i went from 2009-10 and the schooling was fine, if you worked with the teacher and didn't mess around like most other did when i was there. have to take things seriously there and don't get distracted from what's being taught. when i was there though, there were some teachers that just had a bad day or something and brought it into the classroom and 'take it out' on the students. i hope that's better now though. other treatment there is the same thing, you have to work with it if you expect to get anything out of it. and taking it like a joke could be a huge mistake later down the line in your life if you don't take what you can from being there. when i was there there was a lot of people being laid off though :/ hope things are better now.