I have 3 children who have attended the school. I am proud that my children are exposed to people from different countries. We have had good and bad experiences. Like many schools, it has its ups and downs. After speaking with friends who live in more affluent neighborhoods, I have come to realize that every school has issues.
The best part of school is the teachers and staff. Many of them go above and beyond to assist parents and students. Many parents don't understand the constraints that the teachers are under within the school district. Many parents have a mindset that they are sending their child to a private school because it is a (was) a Charter School, when in fact it is a Clayton County Public School. The parents who have children with special needs have a high expectations of the teachers and staff when those expectations aren't held in their own household. I am looking forward to the new school year (2017) with a new principal and a better relationship with the district.
this school if very effective because now that the that there is a elementary school and a middle school our children can learn as much Spanish as possibly to succeed in life. have both languages just gives them a upper hand as if they were only speaking English he wouldn't have the full affect of speaking Spanish. the school is under better management and is getting more teacher that help the parents better understand what is going on. my child loves it here
This is AWFUL! The teachers are not equipped to teach Common Core. The communication is poor. The teachers do not provide appropriate communication to parents when grades or behavior in the classroom has changed. No one never knows anything and it takes the teachers and the Principle four days to respond to concerns posed by the parent. The concept is great, but your child will suffer in the end without the proper foundation.