I received high grades but was academically unprepared for public high school when it was time to move on. However, I did learn valuable lessons in charm class such as 'do not wear mini skirts or men will not be able to control themselves'. If you want to protect your children from a poorly rated public school, please look elsewhere for a solution. I am usually not an advocate for home schooling, but there are groups to join so that your child can meet other students and participate in activities. Avoid a school that takes field trips to Denny's. I truly feel sorry for any student who is stuck there and wish them the best of luck once they graduate and realize there is a whole world out there that they know nothing about. Give your children some real opportunities.
This is a wonderful school that really cares about the welfare of the children. The classes are kept usually less than 20 children, so the teacher can spend more time with each student and help in any area that the student may need a little extra instruction. The teachers and staff are readily available to help, and they welcome input and help from the parents. The have an intramural sports program during school hours, so the children can play an organized sport without having to worry when they can get a ride to practice, or if they will have time to finish their homework. They also have a bus service, before-and-after school care, and offer extra curricular activities. The tuition cost is very affordable making this school a fantastic choice for many working families.
I think that Bible Baptist School is one of the best schools in town. The teachers are great and friendly, and so is all of the other staff. They do alot with their students and allow the parents to be involved. The teachers keep the parents updated on their childs academics, and will work with your child if they need extra help. I would not send my children to any other school.