This school is exceptional not only in the area of regular academics, but special needs. I have an ASD Teen who struggles with focusing besides. Although bright, with a 128M; 132V IQ, he would lose all in the public school plus deals with social cue and situational comprehension struggles. This school has a wonderful special needs computer learning area that does not "dumb down" content for bright students with unique needs. Plus, all the teachers uplift each child to help him or her fit in and help explain when he says accidentally offensive comments. Now, on computer his work gets done and he can't lose anything. Subsequently, he is working on par with his grade and intelligence quotient. He does not get downgraded because of ramifications from a condition he can't help and this school's special staff is sensitive enough to include some pragmatics (social skills training) as needed too. I can't say enough positives about this school and each staff member. The teachers work in a team fashion to love,educate,uplift each child as a blessing from God in a quality fashion. They get an A+ in my book.
Warner is an excellent school full of teachers that genuinely care about their students. The teachers and administrators go above and beyond their job description, with virtually every teacher being willing to do whatever it takes to create an environment that is best suited for learning. Our son has attended Warner's preschool since he was two, and this year, he'll be starting Kindergarten. We couldn't be happier. Once students get into middle school and high school, they have the opportunity to participate in Warner's award-winning band program or one of the many full-fledged Varsity and Junior Varsity sports programs (football, volleyball, baseball, basketball, soccer, and weightlifting just to name a few). However, Warner's greatest strength is the sense of community and purpose that's created both inside and outside the classroom.
Outstanding school! Excellent sports opportunities as well! Wide variety for a relatively small school. My son has attended since 2005 and I would match his smarts against any student in public school system. No regrets!!
My son has been going to Warner now for 2 years & I am very pleased with the school. When he started there as a first grader his reading was not that great, within 3 weeks he was reading exceptional. My son was in public school for kindergarten and the size of his class was enormous, as Warner the classes are small & one on one with my child is very important to me!