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Posted October 12, 2011
- a parent
Midwest was our last hope of finding a school where our daughter could learn and thrive in an environment dedicated to teaching & learning. The head of school and the teachers are exceptional. The small classroom sizes and one-on-one teaching, when needed, is the key to this school. Our daughter has gone from D's & F's in the public schools to A's and B's at Midwest. Her self-esteem has skyrocketed and we've seen her become a self-confident, intelligent young lady. Thank you Midwest!
My son attends here. He got lost academically in public school but was with the "in" crowd socially. Still, his public school experience was not good due to indifferent teachers and large classes with little control. He has made a dramatic turnaround academically at Midwest due to teachers that really want to teach and a different style of teaching. They also know how to deal with ADD, Aspbergers and such if you have a student with that.
This school has made such a difference in our lives! After everything we had to go through trying to get the public school system to accommodate his learning disabilities, with this school's curriculum we can just sit back and relax now. He is not only learning, our son is thriving in the positive learning environment which Midwest Academy provides. He has grown leaps and bounds, not only academically, but socially as well. I highly recommend Midwest Academy.