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Gulliver Preparatory School 5

Posted April 22, 2014
- a community member
If you are looking for a great high school prep education, this is it. I am now a college sophomore at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA and the transition was not difficult at all from the AP and Honors work at Gulliver to here. You need to make the most of your education at Gulliver; if you can place into a higher class, do it because it pays off in the long run. I am also a Division I athlete and Gulliver has one of the finest athletic high school programs in the country. I am not sure what the reviews are talking about regarding administration harassing individuals. The administration while I was there never gave me too much of an issue, ever. If you go to class, are polite, respectful, and get good enough grades, no one is going to bother you. It is pretty much the same in life.

Gulliver Preparatory School 1

Posted November 11, 2013
- a community member
I was at Gulliver from August 2011 to December 2012. Quite frankly, the environment was quite nice, the people were pleasant, many teachers were very professional, and the food was good, however the administrators constantly find unreasonable justifications to pick on students, especially after their parents stop giving the school donations, and hold personal grudges against students for no justifiable reason. Students are harassed, constantly searched, prohibited at times from calling their parents during questioning by the administration, and they constantly find excuses to invade students' personal lives. They are self entitled, ruthless, and unfair, and seem to be on a power trip, or taking out anger caused by their personal problems on the students. I think it is worth mentioning that the counselor I was assigned is a backstabber. The fact that Gulliver is a private school does not help, as one essentially signs away his/her rights upon enrollment, and there is nothing one can do, other than ensure that their parents provide the school with a generous donation every year. And all of this for only $30,000! Your time will most likely be better spent in a different school.


Gulliver Preparatory School 1

Posted November 11, 2013
- a parent
My kids were constantly harassed by the school's administrators, until the point that I had to withdraw them. If you want the best for your children, you should not send them to this school.

Gulliver Preparatory School 5

Posted March 29, 2011
- a parent
My daughter has never been so happy in a school until she transfered to Gulliver. There is a wonderful student-teacher relationship and the teachers as well as students are excellent!!

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Gulliver Preparatory School
6575 N Kendall Dr, Pinecrest, FL  33156
(305) 666-7937
Last modified Gulliver Preparatory School is a Private school that serves grades 9-12
Gulliver Preparatory School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 4 reviews. Top