While the updated school looks great on the outside it's not a pleasant experience for children who do not learn in traditional fashion. My son has learning disabilities & for 3 years I fought to get him help. Instead of offering any type of support the staff continued to label my child as a bad student & would call me weekly to pick him up because they couldn't handle him. He is now excelling at a different school that tested him & found help & resources to promote his learning. He finally is confident in his abilities & not once have I been called regarding his behavior in the last 2 years. He is a well behaved, bright individual. He always was but when Mallet staff were continually telling him different he believed it to be true. It's really a shame that a school can wreck a child's spirit like that.
Mallett is a great school, sure it's not perfect but what school is? My daughter is going into the 3rd grade and has been attending Mallett since Kindergarten. The teachers and staff are wonderful to work with too.