So glad we left this sub-standard school, my children were not being challenged and my oldest child immediately needed a tutor at our new school, his teacher told me "steps were missed". Steps were missed? With Rosarian boasting about low student to teacher ratios? How can that be? Because having more teachers just means it costs more. And the level of teaching is low. The children who attend Rosarian will do well no matter what school they go to, because their parents care about their education, as do I. But Rosarian was such a disappointment, the teachers were below average and the curriculum was way below average. Wouldn't go back if it was free.
We have three children at Rosarian Academy and couldn't be happier. Our children are not only learning to excel in the classroom but also to be strong young boys and girls who are compassionate and supportive of their fellow classmates.
Rosarian Academy is an excellent school. My children have flourished there and my son, now in high school, is more than prepared. Rosarian also produces confident, enriched, motivated students who are leaders in and out of school. Go to any area high school and you will certainly find that the students who came from Rosarian are now leaders in their high school.