Seven Bridges School is the Best. MY son Nick graduate from there and is very successful in College. He attends SJRSC and has complete 45 credit 3.2 GPA. According to the school's in Clay County he was place in the EMH and would only graduate with a certificate. Can you image what Nick life would be like if I believed them. Seven Bridges School gave my son a chance to learn and grow into the smart young man that he is today. I will be forever grateful to Nancy Alberts for establishing a school for all children who learn differently and she find their true potential through testing. To Cindy and all the teachers at Seven Bridges School a huge thank you and I love you all. Awesome Awesome teachers and school. A little advice for parents don't ever give up and remember your child education is not only at school but at home too. A partnership with teachers will benefit your Child. Seven Bridges School will be one of the best things you can ever do for a child.
I just love them all.. Nick has a 3.2 GPA in college and I give him all the credit for his success but if it wasn't for the teachers Nick had from 7 grade to 12th, I believe he may not be where he is today. They provide Nick with an awesome education, prepared him for college, taught him determination, persistence, and to never give up. Thank you to all that work at this school.
Homework enforces what your child has learned today. I know Nick didn't like having homework but its very important for learning and it also gives parent a chance to see what your child is learning at school. Homework is never a bad thing. It is merely a tool teacher use for your child to develop self learning and reviewing what material is need to achieve their goals.
All the children are held accountable for the actions and behavior. The teachers all share a common core values: Honesty, Integrity, and Respect for all students and as well as teachers. This environment provides fairness to all in this school.
seven bridges school I would be very cautious especially if you want your student prepared for college. Curriculum is lacking and expectations are low. Lots of promises are made and very few ever happen.