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Lighthouse Christian School-Mandarin

Private | 1-12

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Situated in a suburban neighborhood. The median home value is $145,000. The average monthly rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $1,030.

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Posted January 16, 2013

This school does not put up with anything from the students. When the kids try to get away with stuff the teachers keep them on track, I've seen parents get mad because their child can't get their way. If the parents listen to the school, the kids will do great. It's not always easy, but the school makes a place that kids can learn the way they learn not how everyone else learn


Posted March 11, 2011

My daughter went to this school for sixth grade, and several month in her seventh grade year. The first year starting off it seemed all was fine. They were providing her with the education any parent would expect. Several, months into school I noticed my daughter becoming a stranger to me. She would tell me everyday at pick up that she was not happy at the school. I tried give it some time, and talk to your teachers about anything going on that is happening in the school. Finally, I decided that it was time for me to see what was going on. I have always been a parent who is very involved in my children's education. Its up to us to see they are getting the education needed to be a success. I began bringing my daughter lunch and observing the classmates, teachers, directors, and surroundings. I was shocked! The lack of respect shown to these kids by the staff was something I have never seen. The goal was simple for this school. Get through the day. Education was not a priority! No Respect in the school. Teachers handled the kids by mostly raising their voice to them. My daughter was pulled Mid Nov. after many meetings, and getting no where. NEVER would RECOMMEND to anyone!
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  • David Eure
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  • (904) 637-0638

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3423 Loretto Rd
Jacksonville, FL 32223
Phone: (904) 637-0637

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