This school is horrible. The faculty I think may be high on drugs most of the time. They have a policy of not rewarding overachieving students, so as not to make the underachievers "feel bad" The teachers qualifications meet the bare minimum, and the only positive program they have is the Gifted program, which is administered by an outside teacher. I really wish I had the money to put my child into a private school so that she does not have to suffer through another 2 years of inadequate learning an education. The curriculum is way behind what they should be learning. This school is HORRIBLE.
This is a great schol with a dedicated faculty and staff and supportive administration. There are high expectations for students to succeed and parental participation is on the rise. There are many positive behavior incentives as well. Bayou Lacombe is a small, community school that is doing a great job.
This a school with great teachers and staff, active parents and wonderful students. It has a low student-teacher ratio; my son was one of 12 in his class this year and had a great experience. The school is a great reflection of the small, diverse, close-knit community that it's in. They offer a wonderful after school program, there are gifted classes, music programs, and counseling for students who need it, just to name a few benefits of the school. They go above and beyond to meet the needs of every student. The principal is very open and easy to contact.