Yes they strive for all of these thing and you can see it in the scholars in how they do there homework they are so determine to get it right with persistence and grit and stand on what they have learned.
This school teacher work one on one with there scholar before school start to help them if they need help and give them the confidence they need to master that subject that they need help in this is not to get a paycheck this showing that they care about there scholars and they future
If you are looking for a good school for your child/children this is not it. The class sizes are too big and the teachers don't seem concerned about the students education. Graded homework and classwork is rarely sent home so if your child in struggling in a subject or needs extra help you won't know untill grades come out and it's too late, but if there is a $2 dress down day coming up or you own school fees you would know all about it. This school doesn't focus on any subjects but reading & math in order to get students prepared for the Map testing and other various test they have throughout the year, so they know nothing about science or history unless it's given as a project and that's becomes their grade for the subject. Don't bother calling the Principle or CEO because your concerns and complaints will be unheard.
If you are looking for a quality education for your child with a staff that actually cares for them DO NOT send your child/children to the Romano Butler campus. Initially the school was great, as the staff changed the school has went down hill. The communication is horrendous. I find myself on the phone with the staff at least once a week trying to help them calculate my daughters grades. The teachers are sloppy with the education. They don't take time to properly prepare for report cards as my daughter and son had the exact same reviews verbatim. Its overall a mess and the CEO doesn't respond to your complaints.