Again, this is subjective. School is what YOU make of it more often than not. The teachers are on the whole good teachers. Think of them as a resource or an instrument of learning. It's just as much the student's/parent's job to effectively utilize a teacher's services as it is a teacher's to job to serve. The relationship is a two-way street.
I didn't always feel the amount was right, BUT the amount of homework a child receives and their ability to handle it depends on the child and the teacher. It changes from year to year and even school to school. That's a life lesson your child must learn to deal with!! In the future your boss will not mollycoddle you about your workload!!
Students are taught to think BEFORE they act. In the event it is too late and a student has already done something wrong or hurtful they are taught to really think about their actions and then are held accountable in a manor that is fair to both parties.
Small school with a big heart. Certainly it's not for everyone, but then again no one school is all things to all people. All my children passed through the halls of this mighty little school. They have gone on to do quite well in their education. My children and I agree that they received a solid foundation from this school. Not only did they learn their ABC's and the three R's, but they learned about respect, perseverance, and kindness. Again, any school experience is what you make of it.
Large turnover rate for such a small school. This should tell you teachers with degrees leave. Teachers are not allowed to speak in conferences, I want to hear from my child's teacher what is going on. The administration just sugarcoat everything.